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AN dtor IWhra Corrtspoubeni.

ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN AT BALMORAL.

ICE IN THE ATLANTIC.

THE LABOUR MARKET.

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THE ENGLISH SUNDAY.

PROTECTING INFLUENCE OF VACCINATION.

SIR GARNET WOLSELEY ON CONSCRIPTION.

MODERN DRESS,

MARRIAGE WITH A DECEASED WIFE'S…

A PERPETUAL CLOCK.

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THINGS ONE WOULD WISH TO HAVB EXPRESSED DIFFERENTLY.—Musical Maiden I b P Youth • boring vou playing so much? Enamou '• Oh no r Pray go on 1 I-I d so much sooner hear you play than talk !"—Punch. IDEAL DRBsa —What constitutes ideal dress with what requirements should it comply? What every- body agrees to be wanted, and what nobody can describe, is a mode which can be worn by ladies of all ages, of all styles, and at all times which shall be by alteration of adjustment, as suitable to a girl of fifteen as to a matron, fat, fair, and forty. It should, as we are told, be simple it should give freedom of move- ment, yet afford support; it should be warm in winter, and in summer cool. It should be light, airy, eaHy to wash; imbued with the individual tastes of the weaier comfortable, as well as becoming; sen- sible, as well as graceful. It should not violate the principles of beauty or the laws of health, and should be adaptable to all the incidents of age, position, use, and circumstances It should, in short, do what nothing has ever yet done, suit, fit, and please every- body Warehousemen and Drapers Trade Journal,

AMERICAN EFFORTS IN ART-TEACHING.

DIFFERENT NATIONALITIES IN…

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MUSIC FOR THE PEOPLE.

ARCHBISHOP CROKE ON IRISH…

A SAD CASE OF DROWNING.

ARRIVAL OF "GREAT PAUL" IN…

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"GREAT PAUL'S" ARRIVAL IN…

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THE GREAT HAMILTON SALE.

WOMEN as INSPECTORS of FACTORIES…