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  2. SCHOOL BOARD IDYLLS.

    JIM ELLISON used to say, "This yere School Board's the best thing wet ever come up," for Jim ha[?] never been troubled by the visitors, and he was unspeakably proud of ...

    Article : 3,060 words
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  4. OUTRAGES IN THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.

    WE abridge the following from the S. M. Herald's report of the recent cruise of H.M.S. Undine, among the South Sea Islands:—Early on the morning of the 16th August, the Undine ...

    Article : 1,670 words
  5. SOME DOCKYARD REMINISCENCES.

    Two or three years ago I was out of work, and wrote to the chief engineer in one of her Majesty's dockyards, asking him if he could give me employment. I afterwards saw him ...

    Article : 960 words
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  7. THE GOLFER'S PARADISE.

    STUDENTS of the religions of various races have observed that the paradise of one is the inferno of another, and that a Zulu or Bed Indian would get no keen enjoyment ...

    Article : 1,293 words
  8. LOCK-OUT IN THE BOOTMAKING TRADE.

    MATTERS in connection with the threatened look-out in the boomaking trade have reached a climax. The manufacturers have taken a firm stand, and present a united front, and ...

    Article : 1,349 words
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