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"THE STRAND MAGAZINE." The June number of the Strand Magazine is, like its predecessors, interesting in every part The contents are:—"Pierre and Baptiste," by Beckles Willson, a short story, in which the cha- racters, a head-clerk and a couple of burglars, have a singular adventure with a safe Future Dictates of Fashion," by W. Cade Gall, a pro- phetic co-historic treatment of an important subject, from which the reader will no doubt be pleased to learn the fashions of his great-grand- children — the plate of Spring and Summer Fashions, 1932, is really splendid The Daugh- ter of Lovetski the Lost" is the title of Shafts from an Eastern Quiver, No. 12, by Charles J. Mansford, B.A. The subject of Illustrated Interviews is Mr Harry Furniss, the well-kniown caricaturist, whose dissection at the hands of Mr Harry How will be read with interest. Amongst the other excellent features of the popular serial the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes alwavs occupy a prominent place, and No. 19, "Tne Adventure of the Reigate Squire," fully sustains the inductive celebrity of the clever detective. The illustrations, from photographs, under the head of Beauties are charmingly beautiful. We produce a short story, Pierre and Baptiste," by Beckles Willson, with illustrations by Paul Hardy; which is quite dramatic in its con centrated interest.

PIERRE AND BAPTISTE.

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