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DOMESTIC TRAGEDIES. I

DEATH OF A DEVOTED WOMAN.…

ILATEST IN YACHTS. I

COUNTESS'S ROMANCE.J

STRUGGLE WITH A PANTHER. I

I TO FIGHT DISEASE.

HARNESSING THE SUN.

.FRENCH AND ENGLISH WOMEN.

MARK TWAIN AND CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

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MUTINY IN A LONDON GAOL. .

BIG INSURANCE FIGURES. I

STANDARDIZING THE SAUSAGE.…

A HAUNTED NECKLACE.I

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I MAID AND MASSEUR.

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THE SINS OF SOCIETY.

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THE SINS OF SOCIETY. Although Father Vaughan has been preach- ing against the Sins of Society, he is not the first in the field. Mr. G. W. E. Russell tells ua in "Seeing and Hearing" how Mr. Wilkinson, of St. Peter's, Eaton-square, some years ago re- buked the sins of all and sundry, from Duchesses to scullery-maids, Premiers to page- boys, octogenarian rakes to damsels in their teens. Then, as now, Society loved to be scolded, and the more Mr. Wilkinson thundered the more it crowded to his feet. "Pay your bills." "Get up when you are called." "Don't stay till three at a ball, and then say you are too deli- cate for early services." "Eat one dinner a day instead of three, and try to earn that one "Give up champagne for the season, and what you save on your wine merchant's bill send to the mission field. 1 ou are sixty-five years old and have not been confirmed. Never too late to mend. Join a Confirmation Class at once, and try to remedy, by good example now, all the harm you have done your servants or your neighbours by fifty years' indifference." "Sell that diamond cross which you carry with you into the sin-polluted atmosphere of the Opera, give the proceeds to feed the poor, and wear the only real crossâthe cross of self-discipline and self-denial."

AN IMPERIAL OFFICE.

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