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WEEK BY WEEK.

SAYINGS OF THE WEEK.

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SAYINGS OF THE WEEK. LORD FABER. The gentlemen of to-day want to work four days a week and play golf the rest; but if they can get a good job of six days they should drop the golf and take the job.—At De Keyser's Hotel. BISHOP OF LINCOLN. A little dulness, a little slowness, a little incapacity to take i:1 great opponup;ties- these are characteristics of the British race. —At York. ALDERMAN GARRETT. I Jn oiganised games and school gardens children can obtain a mastery over them- selves.—At Pettaush. BISHOP WELLDON. If there is to be a universal language, it must be English; and the sooner it becomes a universal language the better.—At Bir- mingham. w w MR. ELLIS GRIFFITH, K.C., M.P. To us, "s Celtic people, the life of the mind and of the spirit always has its supreme message.—At Holvhead. LADY FREDERICK CAVENDISH. The home, cared for by father and mother, is a nursery that God has planned.-At Leeds. MISS EVELYN SHARP. If it is difficult to cook well and economi- cally in the homes of the rich—and, judging by many results, it is difficult-it becomes a work of genius and a fine art in the homes of the poor.—In the Manchester Guard- ian." SIR J. PRICHARD JONES. It is stupid of men who have wealth not to see what good they can do whilst thev are alive, instead of leaving it to others after them.—At the Welsh Club.

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