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  2. THE BUCKET SHOPS

    Question: Who are you? Answer: A Bucket-shop Proprietor. Q.: What is a Bucket-shop Proprietor? A.: One who, not being a member of ...

    Article : 622 words
  3. THE REFORMATION OF JACK DISBLAIR.

    It would have gone hard with Frank Ellerby had it not been for Jack Disblair, for, turning into a quiet street after a September race meeting, he had ...

    Article : 4,822 words
  4. THE SWAZI CHIEFS.

    The five chieftians from Swaziland, who represent 84,000 of their countrymen, realised the cherished ambition of their lives on 25th ...

    Article : 824 words
  5. MOLLY'S MATCH.

    "I think," said Molly viciously, "plain Women ought to know their place." "Which is?" I asked. "Which is that it Is absurd, simply ...

    Article : 858 words
  6. OBJECTED TO BE NURSED.

    Sued at the Bloomsbury County Court on 12th November the Temperance Male Nurses' Co-operation for the sum of L3 14s for nursing ...

    Article : 270 words
  7. MISSING GRAVE DISCOVERED.

    Dr. T. H. Tristram, K.C., Chancellor of the Diocese of London, on 6th December held a special sitting of the Consistory Court of London (says ...

    Article : 260 words
  8. EIGHT-YEAR-OLD CHAIRMAN.

    Master Tom Sellwell, aged eight, occupied the chair at a Wesleyan bazaar at Brentford, England, on 5th December, reports the "Daily Mail," and made ...

    Article : 214 words
  9. PRINCESS AND WORK GIRLS.

    A dozen work-girls of Bermondsey spent a delightful hour with a Princess on 12th December. They sat round her in a comfortable circle (writes the ...

    Article : 320 words
  10. A BERLIN BURGLAR.

    From Berlin, on 10th December, the "Daily Mail' correspondent wrote:— A wedding, which was to have taken place in Berlin next Saturday, has been ...

    Article : 179 words
  11. HARD HIT BY KHAKI.

    The serious effect produced upon a once flourishing industry by the introduction of khaki into the British Army was disclosed by Mr Buckmaster, K.C., ...

    Article : 211 words
  12. CORRUPTION.

    The "Christian World" joins in the protest that Dr Horton has made against the corruption that has crept into literature: ...

    Article : 360 words
  13. THE BROGLIE MARRIAGE.

    The correspondent of the French "Daily Mail" wrote from Paris on the 12th December:— Prince Robert de Broglie has now ...

    Article : 196 words
  14. THE PRICE OF PAPER.

    Is the halfpenny newspaper doomed? The rapid rise in the price of paper has caused a good deal of uneasiness in business quarters. A dozen halfpenny ...

    Article : 337 words
  15. MODERN SUMGGLING.

    A warning has been issued by the Admiralty to the effect that if the practice of smuggling tobacco ashore is not discontinued 't may be necessary to ...

    Article : 211 words
  16. COOL ROBBERS.

    The Paris "Daily Mail" of 12th December reports:— Breaking into the museum at Amiens by climbing on to the roof and lowering ...

    Article : 164 words
  17. CINDERELLA STILL LEADS.

    Once more Cinderella appears to have made good her title to the first place among the pantomimes, a proud position, to which she must be well ...

    Article : 166 words
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