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  2. HOLDING THE BREATH.

    How long can you held your breath? This is one of those facts about oneself that one does not as a rule know. Yet it may be literally vital. A tenacious ...

    Article : 932 words
  3. AT THE BUSH INN.

    The country side was sad, grey, depressed, fences and roofs were sodden and dull, and there was no life nor color anywhere, save near the forsaken ...

    Article : 3,551 words
  4. AMUSING EPISODES.

    It was in the secret depths of a dark and narrow passage in the Farringdon Ward Without of the City of London that a representative of the ...

    Article : 695 words
  5. SACRED PLANTS.

    It is invariably found that the Easter. festival of the Church creates an abnormal demand for flower but a secular portion of the community does not allow ...

    Article : 1,986 words
  6. SAVINGS BANK FRAUD.

    A great conspiracy to defraud the Post Office Savings Bank was outlined in a prosecution at Bow street Police Court yesterday (said "Lloyds' Weekly ...

    Article : 651 words
  7. SEARCH FOR A HOMELAND.

    "Tragic . and unexpected" are the words in which Mr Zangwill describes the results of the Jewish Territorial Organisation's expedition to Cyrenaica ...

    Article : 389 words
  8. AURORAL EFFECTS.

    "In the album published by the Royal Society of photographs which were made in the Antarctic during the voyage of the Discovery, there is a special ...

    Article : 323 words
  9. BEER FOR A BABY.

    Astonishing revelations about methods of feeding children," you ("Daily News") write apropos of a child aged four done to death by the ignorance of ...

    Article : 766 words
  10. PARSEE NEW YEAR.

    The vernal equinox (March 21) is the. Parsee New Year's Day, and to celebrate the annual banquet of the community was held on March 27 at the ...

    Article : 427 words
  11. FRENCH NAVY.

    Queer disclosures are coming on about the alleged tremendous waste the navy (said the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" on March 19) ...

    Article : 393 words
  12. WOMAN MAROONED.

    How .Mrs Macleod, the wife of a Scottish crofter, was marooned on a desolate island of the New Hebrides during a severe snowstorm is related in a ...

    Article : 226 words
  13. BERLIN AS A PORT.

    Owing to rapid improvement in the canals and rivers of North Germany, Berlin every year gets a smaller proportion of its food supplies and raw ...

    Article : 156 words
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