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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 354 words
  3. Cleaning the Kaiser's Face.

    Few people can say that they have helped to wash the face of the Kaiser and when it comes to the use of turpentine in , the process, probably the only Englishman ...

    Article : 231 words
  4. The Punishment Made to Fit the Crime.

    New uses are being found for the phonograph. One of the latest of these, as tried in a Western city of the United States, is the employment of the phonograph to ...

    Article : 121 words
  5. Volunteer at Sepenty-One.

    The Earl of Northbourne is a fine example of patriotism. In his seventy-first year he has been gazetted as second lieutenant in the Royal Volunteers ...

    Article : 143 words
  6. Items of Interest.

    Ploughing by dynamite is being carried on very successfully in America. The famous Dupont Company, probably the biggest manufacturers of explosives in the ...

    Article : 138 words
  7. Famous Funds.

    The British Red Crow Fund of £6,030,000 shares with the Prince of Wales Fund the honor of being the biggest sum ever subscribed for charity. ...

    Article : 166 words
  8. Lyons, the Tea King.

    From painting pictures to opening tea-shops seems a far cry. It is an interesting fact, however, that the first ambition of Sir Joseph Lyons, the famous caterer, was ...

    Article : 137 words
  9. The Man in the Moon.

    There is a quaint tradition about how the belief in the Man in the Moon originated. Like so many of these beliefs. it began right back in Bible times. By ...

    Article : 188 words
  10. An Exquisite " Dude.'

    That versatile actor, Mr. G. P. Huntley, has long been recognised as the moot exquisite "dude" on the stage. "G.'P. has been playing since the age of three ...

    Article : 156 words
  11. A Submarine Film.

    Cinema stars who were sent down to Nassau, in the Banamas, to take part in the cinema version of Jules Verne's "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the ...

    Article : 355 words
  12. Britain's National Theatre.

    There are few theatres with a more interesting history than the historic house in Drury-lane. In the first place, the theatre is open without any license from ...

    Article : 371 words
  13. Novelties in Glass.

    The National Museum at Dublin, at a low to find space for its increasing number of Irish treasures, by an ingenious method utilised the large vaults ...

    Article : 288 words
  14. Who Originated Trousers ?

    According to a Berlin newspaper, the Germans were the originators of trousers. This may be true, but at one time they were, anything but proud of their ...

    Article : 231 words
  15. Why We Shave.

    It is difficult, says a writer in a London paper to find any practical reason why male servants should be allowed to grow hair on the cheek, but not on the lip or ...

    Article : 229 words



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