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  2. THE TWOPENNY TUBE.

    In moving the adoption of the report and the declaration of an interim dividend at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, at the half-yearly ...

    Article : 510 words
  3. A FAMOUS ARTIST.

    Our Paris correspondent writes:—James Tissot, the pictorial artist, died in harness, his "Old Testament Scenes and Events" not being terminated, though 350 ...

    Article : 1,237 words
  4. MARRIED BY PHONOGRAPH.

    One is accustomed to reading lucid accounts of strange proceedings across the water from time to time, and these are, perhaps naturally, ...

    Article : 1,456 words
  5. MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Daily News" writes:—The return to France of the chemist Danval, sentenced in 1877 to penal servitude for life for having ...

    Article : 1,080 words
  6. THE CHANNEL SWIM.

    Mr Holbein yesterday abandoned his second attempt. to swim the Channel when midway between the French and English coasts after ...

    Article : 1,234 words
  7. HOW KIPLING MADE A SPEECH.

    Here are my impressions—first impressions, as it happens-of Mr Rudyard Kipling, apostle of 'the gospel of national "fitness," who blossomed forth as an ...

    Article : 1,003 words
  8. ROMANCE OF FERGUS HOME

    Particulars were given ,in these columns (writes Mr T. P. O'Connor in his London weekly, "M.A.P.") of a projected Kate Rorke season in which will ...

    Article : 1,152 words
  9. "BETWEEN OURSELVES."

    Mr Max O'Rell has such a pleasant method of expressing himself that we are ready to forgive him a great deal. We are willing to forgive him his ...

    Article : 461 words
  10. WITHOUT FOOD.

    Zoologists have generally exhibited a lively scorn at the stories of living frogs or toads embedded in rock which find a place in "the columns of the local press." ...

    Article : 415 words
  11. CHICAGO POET PREACHER.

    The name of Dr Frank W. Gunsaulus, "the poet preacher of Chicago," is freely mentioned in connection with the pulpit made famous in two hemispheres by ...

    Article : 595 words
  12. DUKE OF NORFOLK.

    Despite the questionable taste of newspaper representatives' invitations to the Coronation ceremony, they were practically supposed to ...

    Article : 276 words
  13. ENGLISH AND OTHER FEET.

    This week's "Tattler." in its entertaining "Gossip of the Hour," discusses eloquently and learnedly the subject of "character in feet," pointing out that, ...

    Article : 321 words
  14. SUBURBAN TELEGRAPHS.

    The "Daily Mail" says that per- haps the most serious of the many dangers arising, out of the system of conducting the work of the ...

    Article : 219 words
  15. PLAGUE OF TARANTULAS.

    Seville and its neighborhood has been visited with a plague of tarantula spiders. Men, women and children have been bitten, and are suffering cruelly. ...

    Article : 221 words
  16. BABY'S FOOD'

    Startling evidence as to the improper feeding of young children was given at an inquest at St. Pancras Coroner's Court recently on the body ...

    Article : 134 words
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