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FIELD AND FARM.

IGARDENING GOSSIP. I

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-NERYIE'S LESSON.

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION".…

THE RED CROSS AT SEA. I

THE MARLBOROUGH GEMS. I

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I THE CATHEDRAL OF NOTRE DAME.

EXPEDITION TO MOUNT KENIA.

BOER NAMES FOR THE BRITISH.…

TICKETS TO MATRIMONY. I

ALIEN IMMIGRATION.

BATH'S HISTORIC HOUSES. I

DEAD OR ALI YE—WHICH ?I

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"I THOUGHT you advertised home fare I" said the summer boarder, indignantly. Wal," replied Farmer Corntossel. That's what you're gettin'- canned peaches, canned tcmattusses, canned corned beef, and condense milk, the same as you're used to.' FRIEND: What style of architecture did you say your house WitS to be?" Ma Selfmade: "Italian reminiscence is what the architect calls it. 'n A SCHEME for erecting artisians' dwellings on Willow Holme, Carlisle, has been approved by the Local Government Board, and it is at present pro- posed to erect 40 two-room and three-room tene- ments two storeys high, divided into two rows, and separated by a 40ft. street, which is to be called Bar- wise Nook. Every row will consist of five blocks, each of which will have a back yard containing two washhouses and water-closets. The back yards of the different blocks will be separated by unclimable iron railings carried upon a low parapet wall. The two-room tenements will be let at 2s. 6d. a week, and the three-room tenements at 3a. 6d. The cost of the buildings is estimated at 95700. .A -¡,

I _THE QUEEN'S LEVEE.7

I _EXPLOSIVES BY POST.

ASCENSION DAY.

FIFTEEN CHILDREN DROWNED.

-BRITISH MUSEUM'S GIFT.

MR. CECIL RHODES, "D. C. L."

GOLD IN A MATTRESS.

THE WRECK OF THE LOCH SLAY.

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