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  2. AN IRISH WAY OF WOOING.

    Terence Carr sat on a log by the door of his cabin. His elbows were on his knees, his face was in his hands, and his pipe was lying in the dirt at his feet. ...

    Article : 2,502 words
  3. DOMESTIC DISCIPLINE.

    W. Pett Ri[?] "Daily Mail" of 7th April. The father placed the rubber ball near to one eye as the ...

    Article : 1,474 words
  4. CLANCY'S "KID."

    Slim Clancy was "out" again, back to the big town and good old Bowery, which Isn't such a dead place when one knows his way around. Six years at "hard," ...

    Article : 2,820 words
  5. THE LENS MINERS.

    The correspondent of the London "Express" wrote on 19th March:—The revolutionary miners of Lens—for the Lens miner calls "Socialist" ...

    Article : 1,282 words
  6. POSTAL STRIKE IN PARIS.

    From Paris, on 11th April, the correspondent of the London "Daily News" wrote:—The strike of 2500 postmen to-day has ...

    Article : 242 words
  7. TSARDOM'S TROUBLES.

    From St. Petersburg on 10th April, the correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" wrote:—During the past few days reports have ...

    Article : 235 words
  8. THE SUPPRESSION OF WAR.

    The war in the Far East, with its attendant horrors, suggested to Dr. J. Riviere, editor of the Paris "Journal et Annales de Physicotherapie," and several ...

    Article : 174 words
  9. RAILWAY MURDER.

    From Avignon, on 10th April, the correspondent of the London "Daily News" wrote:—A sensational affair took place early ...

    Article : 224 words
  10. A PARIS MYSTERY.

    Police officials, writes the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph," are somewhat puzzled by an extraordinary story related by a dressmaker, between ...

    Article : 450 words
  11. STABBED AT A LUNCHEON.

    On 23rd March the correspondent of the "Daily Mall" wrote from Paris:— The gayest of luncheon parties was yesterday taking place in the midst of ...

    Article : 242 words
  12. TOO MUCH ZEAL.

    From Vienna on the 19th March the correspondent of the London "Express" wrote:—The reported recall of the American ...

    Article : 329 words
  13. LIBEL CLAIM FOR L10,000.

    From New York, on 20th March, the correspondent of the London "Daily Mail" wrote:—Mr John Armstrong Chanler, who is ...

    Article : 291 words
  14. THE HEROIC SCIENTIST.

    The "Daily Chronicle" of 11th April writes:—The news from Naples is heartrending. The village of Ottalano, exposed ...

    Article : 189 words
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