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REVIEWS. The Summer number of "The Graphic was issued on Saturday last, and it is indeed a brilliant number, including 160 or more pages of illustrations and literary matter, comprising the news of the week, and special articles, photographs, drawings, and reproductions of paintings suitable to the season. At one shilling it is a bargain. "THE ROUND TABLE." This quarterly review of the politics of the British Empire (Macmillan and Co., Ltd., price 2s 6d) is to hand. To the thoughtful student of political affairs of the British Empire we know of no publication we can so recommend to him as this. The questions discussed in this issue include "The Navy and the Paci6c Question," Indians in South Africa," The South African Constitution," "The Irish Question," "The Btfdget," and domestic affairs in Canada, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. "THE BAIRNS' MAGAZINE."—This popular pennyworth of interesting reading mattfr for young folk (issued from Stead's Publishing House),will, we are informed, in future be edited by Miss Estello W Stead, a daughter of the late W T Stead. Miss Stead trained under her father, and in many ways was his right-hand in his work. This fact alone is sufficient to guarantee that her endeavours to make The Bairns' Magazine an ideal publication for children in schools and in the home will be backed by ex- perience, energy, and enthusiasm. The July number consists of 32 quarto pages, and the .instructive and attractive letterpress is delight- fully illustrated with a number of charming drawings by capable artists. Those concerned with the education of children, as well as parents who desire to put healthy reading matter in the hands of their young people, can with confidence be recommended to this little magazine-journal, which bids fair to become popblar with all classes. The cover of the book is blue, this being chosen to avoid clashing with the pink cover of the original series of Books for the Bairiis issued by the same firm.

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