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THE ENDOWKD SCHOOLS Aers AMENDMENT…

EXCESS OF -YEIL.

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I THE GENEVA AWARD _BILL._I

ITHE BISHOP OF LINCOLN ONI…

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I IllJI'l'lt'l'Al-I'r JUDGMENT…

DEATH OTF LORD DALHOUSIE.I

FRANCE AND SPAIN. I

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I THE LAND OF PEACHES.I

FORGERIES IN GERMANY.I

A CRUSADE ON CORSETS.I

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A CRUSADE ON CORSETS. Somewhat more than two months ago, cays the Brooklyn Argus, a number of Brooklyn ladies- many of them prominent in soohllife-organised for a war against corsets, garters, and high-heeloi shoes, false hair, and the numerous other artifi- cialties which are generally supposed to adorn beauty and in j ure health. The ?nsade on raw not :r ;dj:hthe;hTadi:a::dnt pluck the mote from the feminine eye before at, tempting to remove the beam from the optics of their brothers. The ladies most prominent in the corset crusade were Mrs. Dr. Everett, well known in Brooklyn as a lecturer, Mrs. Dr. Theodore L. Cuyler, Mrs. E. N. Taft, Mrs. Homer B. Sprajus, IIIrs. G. P. Scott, Mrs. Henry Chatfield, Mrs. Dr. De La Vergne, Mrs. G. F. Hall, Mrs. William Baire, and half a score of others, who entered into the movement heartily. A fund was established, a library obtained, weekly meetings were held, and the work has progressed steadily. Now the ladies baveintroduced into theircanstitutionthis articles- No person shall be eligible to office in this society who wears a corset, or who does not wear her clothes suspended from her shoulders, and who does not live hygienically. And the end is not yet,

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1UMTI1 LOCAL (Jt)AIW. I

THE RECENT ACCIDENT ATI MERTHYR,

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UNIONISM IN SOUTH WALES. I

I THE RHONDDA VALLEY SINKERS.

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CASTING OUT DEVILS. I

SWANSEA COUNTY COURT,I YESTERDAY.

I A SUCCESSOR TO THE SEA SERPENT.