She (indignantly): You had no business to kiss me! He: But it wasn't business, It was pleasure. "Most of young Rimer's poetry is pathetic ...Article : 1,127 words
To those who (writes the Westminster Gazette") like the gossipy, personal side of history, a new book by Martin Hume is an event. Mr ...Article : 985 words
We never fail to hear (writes the London "Daily Mail") a great deal about the launch of a big battleship or cruiser when it takes place, but ...Article : 1,280 words
Maitre d'Hotel Carrots.—Trim some of the smallest new carrots that can be obtained, and boll them in salted water. When nearly done, drain off the water ...Article : 647 words
For cramp, colic and other internal pains, the following is an excellent remedy. Dip a flannel cloth in a basin of hot water to which a very few drops of ...Article : 361 words
"X" writes in the "Daily Mail" of 25th November:— I remember, as if it were this morning, my mother taking me into ...Article : 1,667 words
In the Divorce Division of the King's Bench on 2nd December the judge delivered a reserved judgment on Mrs. Maria Josephine Leslie's appeal, which ...Article : 281 words
The New York correspondent of the "Daily Mail" telegraphed on 5th December:— Germany is alarmed over the ...Article : 387 words
Keep a small bottle of tincture of myrrh handy. A few drops added to a tumbler of water makes an excellent mouth wash, and myrrh not only ...Article : 493 words
The "Westminster Gazette" publishes an article in which some particulars are given of some of the marine pests to be found in ...Article : 535 words
One suffering from pimples should eat liberally of watercress. There is no better blood purifier. Watercress is rich in iron, and is very good for those who are ...Article : 374 words
While the cable has just informed us that the Canadian Government is arranging for the Salvation Army to send out 10,000 navvies to the Dominion, a ...Article : 460 words
The concluding stage of the remarkable probate suit heard in Dublin by Mr Justice Andrews and a jury on 30th November was reached when the court set ...Article : 497 words
The Crown Prince of Germany has taken his seat on a stool at a desk In one of the departments of the Ministry of the Interior, and become a junior ...Article : 436 words
From New York on 11th December, the correspondent of the "Daily Mail" wrote:— Saverio di Giovanni, a murderer, was ...Article : 175 words
The badly trained baby, who is given everything for which he cries (says a contemporary) is a terrible nuisance to anyone who is brought to close ...Article : 332 words
The London "Daily Mail" of 12th December writes as follows:— WANTED.—Smart boy as companion to young chimpanzees. Must be active ...Article : 271 words
Mr James Storey Wright, of Spalding, one of the oldest bell-ringers in England, has, according to the "Sunday Strand," been sixty-six years at the ...Article : 123 words
The remarkable case in which two families claimed compensation for the loss of a husband and father in one instance and a father in the other was ...Article : 213 words
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