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LITERARY EXTRACTS.

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IART AND LITERATURE.

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LEEDS husbands may take heart. There has jus* been established in Leeds an institution the fortr and scope of which we believe to be new in English education. It is to be called the Yorkshire Training School of Housewifery, and ita students will be resi- dent. This very practical establishment is a creation of the Yorkshire Ladies' Council of Education, an organisation which, in existence now for a quarter of 4 century, has immensely helped to keep the educa- tion of women on good lines. The whole1 country was in debt to it for its part in obtaining grants for such work from the Education Department, and is now presented with this clear development. Its principal aim has been to elevate the domestic arts. AN extraordinary record in the matter of sohooi attendance has recently been accomplished by two pupils of the Leeds Southern Higher Grade School. One, Edith A. Wood, completed last midsummer a period of nine and a-half years of continuous perfect attendance, partly at that school, and partly at St. Luke's, Beeston-hill, never having been absent or late I' once during that period. The other, Lionel F. Wilson, had similarly accomplished 10 years of con- tinuous perfect attendance, partly at the Southern Higher Grade, and partly at Huuslet Carr Board School. Each had attended for two years at the School of Science in the Southern Higher Grade School, 'which-Edith Wood had entered as a Leeda County CouncU technical scholar.

THE WOMAN'S WORLD.

IGREATER BRITAIN.

NEW ORGAN AT NORWICH CATHEDRAL.

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