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  2. A CURIOUS CRAZE.

    The Brussels correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" 'tells in that journal of a curious discovery made in the Belgian capital. ...

    Article : 843 words
  3. THE SHANGHAIED BROKER.

    The jekyil and Hyde state of a[?]s— of two entirely different personalities in the same man—is not so uncommon as people suppose. Few men know the ...

    Article : 2,776 words
  4. SHAKESPEARE THE MAN.

    Mr Bernard Shaw's assurance that he has repeatedly surpassed Shakespeare we provisionally accept as blithely as it is given. But what is ...

    Article : 984 words
  5. THE CASTLE OF CRIMSON WINDOWS.

    Was there ever such a toy Had Queen Titania visited me and told of a more enchanting one I could not have believed her. The toy, was big, ...

    Article : 2,225 words
  6. A MUSICAL EVENING.

    The poet was right. Life is by no means "an empty dream." Bits of it are more like a night-mare. You may realise this after attending a musical ...

    Article : 920 words
  7. EXECUTIONS AT CANTON.

    A correspondent of the "Hongkong Daily Press" writes:—"As a result of a pamphlet written by Chev. Z. Volpicelli., the Italian Consul at Hongkong, ...

    Article : 359 words
  8. GULLS AS CARRIERS.

    The notion of converting the seagull into a domesticated, docile "homer" is so startling that at first thought it might be pronounced impossible. But so many ...

    Article : 409 words
  9. INVALID GORILLA.

    "Please, sir," said a small boy, whose finances did not run to the price of admission, "how is Miss Crowther?" and" the kindly clerk, at tile London Zoo, ...

    Article : 250 words
  10. NAN PATTERSON.

    Nan Patterson, the "'Florodora" chorus girl, whose three successive trials and acquittals on a charge of murdering Caesar Young, an English ...

    Article : 239 words
  11. FAITH HEALING.

    A remarkable case of faith healing has occurred at Penydarren, Merthyr, Miss Annie Gri[?]ths having had, it is said, a wonderful recovery from an ...

    Article : 186 words
  12. WORLD'S HIGHEST LAKE.

    It seems likely, according to the London "Daily Mail," that Lake Titicaca, the largest lake in Peru and the highest navigable lake in the world, will shortly ...

    Article : 311 words
  13. MISS ROOSEVELT'S BATH.

    Miss Alice Roosevelt's girlish playfulness occasioned much amusement while the steamship Manchuria, which was conveying Mr Secretary Taft and a ...

    Article : 293 words
  14. IRVING AT THE QUEEN'S.

    Probably one of the quaintest Jibes over levelled at the head of an actor was that directed against the late Sir Henry Irving. It happened that early in 1860, Harry Webb, ...

    Article : 250 words
  15. SHELL IN A DUST CART.

    From time to time dwellers in the City of Westminster and employes of the Council are alarmed by explosions of "live" cartridges and fuses placed ...

    Article : 134 words
  16. GLASGOW TRAGEDY.

    Lewis Klink, the young Jew charged with the murder of Leah Goldberg, and the shooting of her father, was at Glasgow, on 6th September, found guilty of ...

    Article : 317 words
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    P[?]ce: Does she inherit those red cheeks, do you suppose? Patrice: yes, her father was a painter, I believe. We learn that the French ...

    Article : 50 words
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