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-UNIFORM RAILWAY FARES.

"THE WALKING PARSON."

ONE FLAG ONE FLEET.

A MILLIONAIRE'S LIMITATIONS.

A TREASURE HUNT.I

HOW WAGS THE WORLD ?

HOME HINTS. .

USEFUL RECIPES.

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THE "CHEER-UP LADY."

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-==::=- TOLD OF A CATTLE QUEEN." A young lady who owns and manages a large cattle ranch in southern Texa« is credited with an amount of courage, ability, and resource that make her conspicuous even in an age of New Women. Miss Caroline Bonnival-for that is her name—is the owner of 20,000 cattle and 2,000 horses and mules, and employs more than a u hundred persons in and about her ranch. The entire management of everything is in her hands, and she can fight as well as work. On one occasion, when several of her horses were stolen by cattle thieves, the placed herself at the head of a body of cow- boys and rode after the raiders, who were overtaken. There were ten of them and they showed fight. In the tussle that followed the plucky girl shot two of the bandits, her followers despatching or putting to flight the remainder. She is said to be exceedingly hospitable, the "Lady Bountiful" of the neighbourhood, and is, moreover, a devout Churcfnvoman.

CUPID AMONGST THE DUTCH.

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THE SPIRIT OF THE RACE.

INJURED WOMAN'S PLIGHT. <

.'''*'*'! MILLIONS FOR PAUPERS.

• VILLAGE TRAGEDY.

-- CURED BY TOBACCO.

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HUMOUR OF THE WEEK

A PROBLEM OF TO-DAY.