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  2. A Christmas Mystery, Or, SNOWED UP IN CANADA.

    "There's something very mysterious about it," said excited Mrs. Seever to her passive husband. "For Augusta to give it out that she was going so far ...

    Article : 2,391 words
  3. Emma's Christmas Dress.

    "What! Four pounds more? Four pounds only for trimmings My mother never spent so much on any dress. And you have the dress. I hate to seem ...

    Article : 1,220 words

    Silent and pure as fresh, untrodden [?] The new year steals upon us in the night ; Across the plain our restless steps must go ...

    Article : 124 words
  5. How Dicky Kept Christmas.

    Dicky lived in a garret with an old woman whom he was told to call "Grannie." She was not a nice, sweet, kind Grannie, but rough and dirty, and ...

    Article : 2,500 words

    "Are you going to hang up your stocking to-night, Maggie ?" "I don't think so, Mrs. John. I've hung it up a couple of Christmas eves and never ...

    Article : 1,101 words

    ORANGE PODDING—Peel eight oranges, cut them in thin slices, lay them in a baking dish, and cover them with one and a half cups of cover powered sugar. Place a ...

    Article : 779 words
  8. WORDS.

    One day a harsh word rashly said, Upon an evil journey sped, And like a sharp and cruel dart, It pierced a fond and loving heart ...

    Article : 168 words

    At the very beginning of the day take a large amount of good nature, and double the quantity of determination to make the best of things, a ...

    Article : 264 words

    Debt is a troublesome factor in human life. It is easier to get into it than it is to got out of it. Wisdom says avoid it; run not into it hastily or suddenly; or, if ...

    Article : 172 words
  11. A Week of Work.

    On Monday we will wash our clothes And hang them up to dry. On Tuesday we will iron them. And mend each hole we spy ...

    Article : 97 words
  12. He Wanted to Know.

    One' day I sat in a railway carriage opposite a pale, careworn lady, who was talking to a little boy. As the little boy was of a very inquiring mind, and ...

    Article : 382 words
  13. Christmas Eve.

    See the children's hoppy faces, Sitting in the firelight bright, As they whisper to each other, Santa Clans ! He comes to-night ...

    Article : 70 words
  14. A Travelling Game.

    Many of our young friends travel at this time of year, and as the journeys are often wearisome to them, a game which can be played en route may help ...

    Article : 199 words
  15. Proverbs in Alphabetical Order.

    A grain of produce is worth a pound of chaff. Boasters are cousins to liars. Confession of a fault makes half amends ...

    Article : 262 words
  16. Santa Claus.

    "Now, children, off to bed. Be who keeps awake keeps away old Santa Claus." "How stupid," said wee Jack, "it is to talk like that. I'll watch the whole night ...

    Article : 180 words
  17. Decorating for Christmas.

    Scatter the germs of the beautiful, By the wayside let them fall, That the rose may spring by the cottage gate ...

    Article : 184 words
  18. "TAK' THE FIRST."

    A man had been entertaining a "brither Scot" at his home. The whisky flowed freely, and at the "wee sma" hoor ayout the twal," the guest staggered to his ...

    Article : 202 words
  19. The Little Drops Ride.

    Some Little drops of water, Whose home was in the sea, To go upon a journey, Once happened to agree. ...

    Article : 110 words
  20. A Selfish Rule.

    Said Mary to Johnny, "oh, dear ! This play is too pokey and slow, There's only one bubble pipe here, " Oh, Johnny, please. I want a blow," ...

    Article : 149 words



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