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  2. IN MERRIE ENGLAND

    An eminent statesman recently said that if God made the country and man the town he was quite sure that the devil is to be held responsible for the ...

    Article : 1,618 words
  3. THE NEW PORTRAITURE

    To have painted more than thirty successful portraits in the past two years is a record which any artist might envy. It has been achieved by Mr H. ...

    Article : 685 words
  4. WIT AND HUMOR.

    Mrs Smith: My husband always says that I am his first thought. Mrs Jones: From all that I hear, he seems to think that second thoughts are best. ...

    Article : 538 words
  5. LADIES' COLUMN.

    Steaks of Fish.—Required: Steaks of cod, half an ounce of butter: salt and cayenne, a piece of lemon, mayonnaise sauce. Have a steak of fish nearly ...

    Article : 743 words
  6. CHEAP CABLES

    Cables at a penny a word. That is the ideal. "Something has already been done towards the reduction of cable rates; but to the monopolist one may ...

    Article : 812 words
  7. CARAVAN DISASTER.

    A terrible accident, by which two persons lost their lives, occurred in the Lake District yesterday afternoon (writes the "Daily News" of 3rd June). ...

    Article : 379 words
  8. A STAGE CAREER.

    Miss Ada Reeve writes to the "Westminster Gazette" of 29th May: "Since I produced "Butterflies at the Apollo Theatre I have received many ...

    Article : 648 words
  9. AN IMPRESSIONIST ARTIST.

    Excitement has been created in French art circles (writes the "Daily Mail" of 18th May) by the action of M. Claude Monet, the leading ...

    Article : 264 words
  10. ALLEGED HUMOR.

    Family Reasons.—"Motor Bicycle; 6 h.p. Matchless; good reasons for selling: L18; or take mail-cart, cot, or bassinette in ...

    Article : 173 words
  11. EUROPE'S ENIGMA.

    There are few more remarkable or enigamatical personalities in Europe than King Edward's latest host his Imperial Majesty the Tsar of all the ...

    Article : 547 words
  12. MR CHAMBERLAIN.

    The reassuring reports of Mr Joseph Chamberlain's health will be received with gratification by his political friends and opponents alike, and it seems more ...

    Article : 451 words
  13. SHOTS AT A CHURCH DOOR.

    Just as the congregation was leaving Clapham Parish Church after morning service yesterday (writes the "Daily Mail" of 18th May) they ...

    Article : 346 words
  14. BOYS AND GIRLS.

    Rev. Cecil Grant, M.A., of the St. George's Co-eduation School, Harpenden, discusses the subject of co-education in the "Spectator." ...

    Article : 744 words
  15. USEFUL HINTS.

    Salt will remove frost from the hardest frozen window pane, if it is put on a cloth and rubbed lightly and briskly. Use salt also for scouring milk cans. ...

    Article : 406 words
  16. CHICAGO'S SALOONS.

    There will be 100 fewer saloons in Chicago this year than last. When the city collector's office closed at midnight (says the "Inter-Ocean" of the 1st May), ...

    Article : 490 words
  17. PRINCE'S TWO DUELS.

    From St. Petersburg on 27th May the correspondent of the "Daily Mail" wrote:— Two duels of an extraordinary ...

    Article : 319 words
  18. LAWYERS AS REPUBLICAN RULERS.

    The visit of M. Fallieres to England, the "Low Journal" points out, had a special interest for the legal profession, for the President is himself a lawyer. ...

    Article : 129 words
  19. CARTHAGE TO-DAY.

    "It has rained all to-day, but in spite of it I have been to Carthage, not in a fitting manner, on horseback, as I had intended, but in a cattle truck train," ...

    Article : 201 words
  20. SELFISH INVALIDS.

    Is physical suffering the cause of moral improvement in its victims? It has long been held to be so, but some modern authorities, according to the "British ...

    Article : 172 words
  21. THE COW-BOY BARONET.

    Sir Genille Cave-Browne-Cave, who has just arrived in England to claim his heritage, is the second and only surviving son of Mr Myles ...

    Article : 333 words
  22. A LOST HAT.

    Miss Elsie M. Cadbury says that it is to be deplored that the old art of story-telling has almost passed away. Most of the knowledge diffused in ...

    Article : 111 words
  23. A FIERY VISITOR.

    In a memorial to the Empress Dowager of China, the Pekin Board of Astronomy (says the "Pekin and Tientsin Times") declared that there were no ...

    Article : 95 words
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