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  2. TAKEN ON TRUST.

    The coroner turned to Valentine. What determined the form of his question he could not have said. "I am afraid we must ask you to give us ...

    Article : 5,650 words
  3. PARENTAL CRUELTY EXTRAORDINARY.

    Last mail's paper contains accounts of a dreadful case. At the Cheshire Quarter Sessions D. [?] and Constance Phelan, person of independent ...

    Article : 934 words
  4. A BOXING CELEBRITY.

    Morris Roberts (writes the (London " Sportsman " of 6th November), at one time a celebrated feather-weight pugilist, died at his residence, Kensington Gardens, ...

    Article : 647 words
  5. PLAYS AND PLAYERS.

    The Bush King, an original Australian drama by a young Australian author—Mr W. J. Lincoln—was produced for the first time at the Surrey-Theatre, London, on 6th. ...

    Article : 1,446 words
  6. A CHAMPION SWIMMER.

    The following sketch of Arthur Thomas Kenney, the famous Victorian swimmer, appears in the " New York World ":— Arthur Thomas Kenney, of the University ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 871 words
  7. A Modest Conclusion.

    It seems that England is mistress of the seas only by the sufferance of the United States—at all events, that is the view of the "Daily Inter-Ocean" of Chicago. ...

    Article : 183 words
  8. A New Father Damien.

    Letters from Columbia, lately published in a Turin newspaper, give the following particulars of a visit to Agua de Dios and Don Unia:— ...

    Article : 683 words
  9. At Home.

    There we may ever find rest and forgetting, After the day, Filled with vexations and scheming and fretting; ...

    Article : 158 words
  10. Gambling in the German Army.

    The mail papers received this week contain accounts of scandalous gambling and usury transactions in the German Army, We extract the following :— ...

    Article : 264 words
  11. The Ram in Action.

    Lord Armstrong's recent speech at New castle-on-Tyne has once more revived a discussion on the value of the ram in action, and has produced some interesting criticisms from ...

    Article : 294 words
  12. Druidic Memorials.

    The famous Druidic remains at Stonehenge, England, are being subjected to continual "desecration," and Mr Hugh Harries, of Croydon, tells the ...

    Article : 175 words
  13. An Unlucky Cafe.

    The reign of terror established by the dynamiters in Paris seems to be passing away. Until the other day the Cafe Very, in the Boulevard de Magenta, where Ravachol ...

    Article : 180 words
  14. The Duty of Defence.

    Lord Roberta, in distributing the prizes to the Bristol Artillery Volunteers, said England happily hitherto had been spared the terrible consequences of invasion, thanks to ...

    Article : 190 words
  15. Salons and Saloons.

    M. de Paris—Ah, but you American haf not ze art gallairies, ze salon like it is in la belle France. Young Van York—What, no saloons! ...

    Article : 70 words
  16. A NAME FOR THE BABY.

    Oh, the country's depressed From the east to the west, And still not as poor as it may be; But the issue that's greatest ...

    Article : 70 words
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