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STORY OF A DOUBLE LIFE.

EXCITING BURGLAR HUNT.

FOR CLERGYMEN'S DAUGHTERS.

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FOR CLERGYMEN'S DAUGHTERS. The Countess de Noailles, whose wills were recently pronounced valid ae the result of an action in the Probate Division of the High Court, has left her estate at East- bourne and two-thirds of her residuary estate to piovide an orphanage for daughters of Church of England clergymen, the chief aim of which is to provide helpers or sisters to nki in the promotion of good works. Religious instruction .in the orphanage 14, be equally far removed from Cal- vinism oh the one hand and from Ritualism and Sacerdotalism on the, other." Book learning is to have only secondary considera- tion, and competitve examinations are for- bidden. No lesson is to be permitted before break- fast nor after 6 p.m.; no child with curva- ture of the spine is to be allowed to write for more than five minutes per day up to thirteen years of age no girl must be punished by loss of recreation for not know- ing her lessons, and all forms of exercise suitable for girls are to be encouraged.

THE KING'S HOLIDAY.

1 THREE MONTHS' MARRIAGE.…

GIRL'S ESCAPADE.

TO CROW HAIR ON A BALD HEAD.

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JOURNALIST'S LIBEL SUIT.

!A LETTER TO THE KING.

CREW'S NARROW ESCAPE.

A NARROW MAJORITY.

FUN AND FANCY. .

I HOME HINTS.

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