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  2. W[?] BRIGHTER SIDE.

    Mr Julian Ralph, in giving us the history of "The Friend," the paper run by the war correspondents at the front, has had to contend with several difficulties. ...

    Article : 1,580 words
  3. IN FAR CHINA.

    Mr George Lynch, who appears to hold a Chinese brief, writes as follows in the "Westminster Gazette" of 17th May anent the doings in China:— ...

    Article : 1,841 words
  4. ON A SOUTH AFRICAN FARM.

    Towards the end of last year, when Griqualand West and other parts of Cape Colony were in the hands of the rebels (says "Prester" in the "Field"), ...

    Article : 1,363 words
  5. NEWS FROM [?] [?]ES

    In anticipation of a famine in hotel accommodation at Buffalo, New York, owing to the Pan-American Exhibition, a syndicate of capitalists built an immense hotel, ...

    Article : 1,142 words
  6. LOVES OF FRANCIS RODNEY.

    It happened during a visit to Ludovici Gardens. A more wildly romantic young gentleman—slight, curly-haired and ...

    Article : 2,070 words
  7. DESPERATE LYING.

    The "Daily Mail" representative in the Lobby of the House of Commons writes:—I have seen Mr Winston Churchill in ...

    Article : 614 words
  8. ESCAPED FROM GAOL.

    One of the hundreds of prisoners temporarily under detention at Holloway Gaol awaiting trial on a charge of burglary recently made his escape in a very ...

    Article : 547 words
  9. MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.

    At West London the other day Colonel Reginald Dalgety, C.B., who bears a distinguished record, notably in the Soudan, was summoned for assaulting ...

    Article : 453 words
  10. THE PASSIONATE DRAMA.

    The "Drame Passionnel," as it is the fashion to call it, is making its way in Paris with a vengeance. A couple of lovers quarrel, a revolver or a knife is ...

    Article : 561 words
  11. HYDROPOBIA.

    Mr AM'Crie, the officiating Deputy Conservator of Forests, Nagpur-Wardha Division, has, the "Times" of India says, been rather severely bitten and ...

    Article : 344 words
  12. A FAMILY CONFESSION

    Some sensation has been created in France (according to the "Telegraph's" correspondent) by a story to the effect that a woman who lately expired at ...

    Article : 240 words
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    The death in a London workhouse of a man who bought Johannesburg for L350 is romantic enough, but it reminds us (according to "St. James's Budget") that ...

    Article : 236 words
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    A writer in the London "Daily Telegraph" describes the thrilling experience of a Norwegian boy sent ashore from a vessel lying off Favessham, to fetch the ...

    Article : 153 words
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