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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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AMERICAN EFFORTS IN ART-TEACHING.

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AMERICAN EFFORTS IN ART- TEACHING. Drawing throughout Massachusetts has been intro- duced (says the Builder) into all the schools, and there is already what may be termed a native supply of talent. It appears that about 95 per cent. of the school population have been induced to draw. About one-third of the school population continues in the higher classes. The work of the schools has been further assisted by the formation of the nume- rous special schools and art institutes which have sprung up within recent years all over the country. Nearly everv large city has a number of these institu- tions. Boston has possessed, of course, for a long time several important and interesting art institu- tions, the value of which has recently been largely increased by such practical additions as the school of industrial design recently founded by the manu- facturers of the city, a school formed somewhat after the fashion of the Musee Industriel at Mulhouse, to educate native weavers and designers of woollen stuff and cottons. New York is not behind Boston with its Academy of Design and Cooper Institute, and Metropolitan Museum, founded somewhat on the model of our South Kensington Museum. Baltimore has its Society of Decorative Arts and the Peabody Institute Chicago, its Academy of Design but it ia needless to name the numerous art institutions which now exist throughout the States, and all eagerly endeavouring to supply themselves in Europe with specimens of old art to serve as models for the production of a new art, which they feel can alone possess originality in proportion to its acquaint- ance with the works and traditions of the past. Young American painters, sculptors, and architects are crowding ever/artistic centre in Europe and out of all this enthusiasm and energy, out of all the patronage practised, something before long must be produced,

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MUSIC FOR THE PEOPLE.

ARCHBISHOP CROKE ON IRISH…

A SAD CASE OF DROWNING.

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THE GREAT HAMILTON SALE.

WOMEN as INSPECTORS of FACTORIES…