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  2. Personalities.

    HIS lordship was once in the famous Buffs, and be served with distinction in the Crimen and in the Zulu wars. His father was a midshipman on the Glasgow ...

    Article : 149 words
  3. Poetry.

    THE Bird of Love hath built his nest Within my breast. Booked on my happy heart he lies, Nor ever flies: ...

    Article : 112 words
  4. A SUGGESTION FOR A RENOVATED BODICE.

    Renovations, as anyone who has attempted dressmaking knows well enough, are fare more difficult to accomplish than the dress out from new material. A blouse ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 192 words
  5. EARL AND COUNTESS OF LICHESTER.

    Lord and Lady Ilchesser, with the view of siding the West London Hospital, recently opened the gardens at Holland House to the public on payment of 5s. ...

    Article : 221 words
  6. OCEAN VOICES.

    WHEN the dusk of evening slowly Falls o'er hill and vale and shore; Sitting lonely, listening sadly, To the ocean's ceaseless roar. ...

    Article : 134 words
  7. OUR BRILLIANT NEW STORY.

    A passenger giving the name of Walter Buckle and the address 32, Edinburgh-terrace, Widdon, whose behaviour immediately after the ...

    Article : 523 words
  8. HORSES: SPRAINED TENDONS.

    Sprained tendons or ligaments are always serious, no matter how slight they may at first appear to be, and there is no other class of injury that is so consistently ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 315 words
  9. DUKE OF SUTHERLAND.

    The late Shah of Persia, when staying at Trentham, the residence of the Dake of Sutherland, was impressed by the wealth and power of its owner. The story goes ...

    Article : 267 words
  10. CHAPTER XI.

    Early on this Saturday morning, Scotland Yard was duly apprised by Manchester that the Bent case was under investigation. And later on, as ...

    Article : 1,436 words
  11. RENOVATING HATS.

    Towards the fag end of a season it is no uncommon thing for hats to require some renovating touches that will enable them to last out, with a fashionable appearance, ...

    Article : 288 words
  12. Ladies' Column.

    DRESS may do much, as we all know, to improve or detract from the appearance, and it is in the power of every woman to make the best of herself by the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 238 words
  13. CYCLAMEN FROM SEED.

    The present is an excellent time for sowing seeds of these charming plants, and a packet of mixed seed will furnish a wealth of bloom next season. About the best ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 321 words
  14. THE BRIDAL HEAD DRESS.

    A point of interest in the attire of brides is the head dress. Orange-blossoms and a veil are, of course, the orthodox dressing, but these are open to variations, in that ...

    Article : 257 words
  15. Farm and Dairy.

    THE cow has a different system of converting her food into human food from that of her relative, the beef steer. The steer converts his food into fat and ...

    Article : 450 words
  16. DAIRY NOTES.

    At this season there is no greater trouble to the average dairymaid than a thundery atmosphere, and unless great precautions are taken it will soon find its way to the ...

    Article : 148 words
  17. CHAPTER XII.

    We will return now to Broadhurst, and deal with the futher events which transpired at Widdon, on the Saturday afternoon and ...

    Article : 911 words
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