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  2. TROUBLESOME KURDISTAN.

    "Of course you remember that is 1878, I was a leading feature in the Kurd rising when with 25,000 men, we resisted the power of the Turk, and ...

    Article : 847 words
  3. A SOLDIER'S CAREER.

    The "Times", writes as follows of Lord William Beresford, whose death in last December has been already reported by cable:— ...

    Article : 804 words
  4. LOVE—THE MASTER.

    When the call was made for volunteers for South Africa everybody in Yankatik set Joe Chambers down in his mind as certain to come forward. Joe was a ...

    Article : 7,394 words
  5. KILLED BY ICICLES.

    With frost usually come icicles, and it icicles a new danger to the community at large, inasmuch as they have been the cause of death of numerous ...

    Article : 620 words
  6. A MYSTERY OF PARIS.

    The Paris correspondent of 'Truth" writes as follows under date 20th December:— SIMULTANEOUS DEATHS. ...

    Article : 591 words
  7. UNDER A BARE POLE.

    At a review at Aldershot, in 187S, there happened a curious mischance which is- described in a little book entitled, "The Road to England." Queen Victoria was to ...

    Article : 457 words
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