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  2. AN INNOCENT DECEPTION

    "What do you suppose that mother of mine has done now, Hastings?" asked Stanley Marston, as he and his friend, Ned Hastings, were riding home ...

    Article : 1,049 words
  3. CHRISTMAS CAROLS.

    Christmas feasting and revelry are customs which we share in common with our heathen ancestors, who celebrated their mid-winter festival ...

    Article : 1,276 words
  4. FARM NOTES.

    Maize meal in some tests in Alabama proved superior as a grain feed for pigs to maize hearts, cowpea meal and maize bran. ...

    Article : 2,326 words
  5. FAMOUS BANK ROBBERIES

    The Ninth Correctional Chamber was crowded to the utmost capacity on February 4th, and when all the standing room at the back of the court had been ...

    Article : 604 words
  6. GHOSTS AND THEIR METHODS

    Mr Harold Begbie writes in the London "Daily Mil":— To prove the existence of ghosts, or in other words the reality of ghost stories, ...

    Article : 1,403 words
  7. IN THE NEW FOREST

    Picture to yourself the head of a secluded valley enclosed in heathery slopes. The valley itself is rich pastureland, and through it rambles a broad ...

    Article : 436 words
  8. TO SAVE THE DRAMA

    A weighty appeal for dramatic reform appears in the February number of the "Fortnightly Review," over the signatures of seventy-two distinguished men ...

    Article : 436 words
  9. THAT IN SOMALILAND

    Regarding the [?]tarily forgotten war in Somaliland, the London "Daily Telegraph" writes on February 12th:— ...

    Article : 670 words
  10. A DEVOTED WIFE

    Whatever may be the world's opinion of Mr Whitaker Wright, no one will say a word against his widow. She embodies in one tall, graceful form all that is most ...

    Article : 392 words
  11. "FARMER SPASMODIC."

    "Throughout the length and breadth of the land the spasmodic farmer is a most familiar individual. All connected with agriculture know him well (writes ...

    Article : 1,124 words
  12. VETERANS MADE YOUNG

    Mme. Medici, the noted American beautifier of face and form, who has now been in London four months, lately revealed a singular feature of her professional ...

    Article : 362 words
  13. CHATSWORTH GLORIES

    To such merry-making as is on foot at Chatsworth for the visit of the King and Queen, Chatsworth has long been accustomed. Many mementoes of Royalty it ...

    Article : 315 words
  14. GAMEKEEPER SHOT

    In a remote part of Lord Falmouth's picturesque estate at Tregothnan. Cornwall, a discovery was made on 24th January which carries with it all the elements ...

    Article : 210 words
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