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  2. WHAT IS A GASTROSOPH?

    The gastro[?]oph is neither a 'gourmand" nor a "gourmet." He is a person, writes Mr. C. Louis Leipoldt, in "Commonsense Dietetics," ...

    Article : 213 words
  3. MY LIFE.

    As one of the greatest metals known, I am making a very great change in this world of yours. Everybody is aware that more and ...

    Article : 680 words
  4. PANTOMIME.

    Pantomime has travelled very far from the form which it possessed when first introduced to the English stage. ...

    Article : 231 words
  5. WHEN THEY FIRST FLOAT.

    The launch of a ship is a very impressive sight, even to the landsman. To sailors, overladen with superstition as many of them are, the first ...

    Article : 235 words
  6. POULTRY NOTES.

    Among the many varieties of poulto which are worthy of attention on the part of farmers, there is none more highly to be recommended, both ...

    Article : 1,142 words
  7. THE FAILURE OF CONSTABLE.

    My Dear Lockhart,—I have your kind letter. Whenever I heard that Constable had made a "cessio fori," I thought it became me to make ...

    Article : 1,016 words
  8. Applying Agricultural Lime

    Crushed lime consists of quick lime, burnt lime, or lime shells, crushed into a fine powder after it has been burned in a lime kiln, and the ...

    Article : 909 words
  9. KITCHEN RICHES.

    The modern chef who achieves a reputation as a culinary artist of great skill can command as high a salary as a Cabinet Minister. ...

    Article : 705 words
  10. CANADA.

    The derivation of the word Canada is obscure, but it is believed to have its origin in an Italian word "kannatha," meaning a village or ...

    Article : 284 words
  11. WHAT ARE TRUMPS

    When Louis XIV., the "Sun-King," was playing cards with three of his courtiers one of the players was seized with a fit of apoplexy. ...

    Article : 629 words
  12. BALLOONISTS' TERRIBLE FATE

    On December 29, 1910, the balloon Hildebrandt, containing a lawyer named Kohrs, his friend, Herr Keidel, and an experienced aeronaut as ...

    Article : 371 words
  13. VEST-POCKET MACHINERY.

    The watch that you wear in your vest-pocket is one of the most wonderful of machines, quite as wonderful as many a vast engineering work. ...

    Article : 211 words
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