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FIELD AND FARM. 1 .-I

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OUR SHORT STORY.I

HAMLET'S GRAVE. I

MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT I ALDER8HOT.

CABINETS DUIUN G KECESS. ■

PROSPEROUS FARM LABOURERS.…

CANNIBAL COMMONS. I

THE BROTHERHOOD OF SCIENCE,

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THE BROTHERHOOD OF SCIENCE, MR. BALFOUR'S PIOUS WISH. A second edition of the German varsion of Mr. Balfour's presidential address to the British Association is about to be issued, and the trans- lator, Dr. M. Ernst, has received the following letter from the Prime Minister: My Dear Sir,- I am much gratified to learn that there has been a sufficient demand for the German translation of my address to the British Association to make it worth while to issue a second edition; and all the more because the address touches on a middle region between physical science and philosophy, in which, as a rule, neither men of science nor philosophers are greatly interested. At Cambridge, where the address was delivered, I had the honour of meeting some most distin- guished German men of science, who took an im- portant part in the various discussions with which the British Association busied itself. I would that the disinterested community of aim which thus binds together the scientific men throughout the world into one international brotherhood could ex- tends its healing influence through all classes and all inte,.ests.-I remain, yours faithfully, ÃltTHUJl James BALFOUR." ââââââ

BISHOP'S CURSE.

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