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REVIEWS. BLAKE'S BURDEN," by Harold Bindloss (Ward, Lock and Co., London, 69 nett.) This latest novel from the pen of Harold Bindloss presents another of those graphic descriptions of Canadian life for which be has become so famous. It is an entrancing story be has to tell, of the fine spirit shown by a young officer in one of the Indian frontier "scraps," his self-effacement, his struggles and hardships in Canada, and his final triumph over unscrupulous foes. Inter- woven with these pen pictures of Canadian and English country life, is a love story of absorbing interest, and there is not a dull page in the book. Those who have read and enjoyed the previous nove)s of Mr Bindloss should lose no time in procuring a copy of this, his latest effort. One thing to be said about Mr Bindloss and his books, is that there is a healthy. vigorous tone about them which does one good to read, in preference to the namby-pamby volumes which one meets with everywhere. MUNSEY'S MAGAZINE" for May is a par- ticularly attractive one. The long, complete novel is The White Hope," by P G Wode- house, and is a most readable one and likely to be popular. An article on Alaska: Land of opportunity," is a well-written, and profusely illustrated, and other articles and abort stories abound. Munsey's Magazine is a mammoth sixpenny worth, and a marvel for the money.

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