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STRPBRSTITIOX AnOUT CATS.

I SUPERSTITIONS FOB MOTHERS.…

THE ASS AND TIIK HORSE COMPARED.I

THE WOES OF AN EDITOR. I

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THE WOES OF AN EDITOR. Human nature and newspaper readers are pretty much the same all the world ov; and the follow- ing, written by a foreign editor, may be taken as representing some of the woes of his brethren in other climes "Editing a newspaper," he says, "is a pleasant business-if you can stand it. If it contains many advertisements a subscriber com- I plains that it takes up too much space. If there is a lack of advertising it is unpopular, and the poeple won't have it. If we attend church regularly they say we go for effect. If we stay away from church they say we are monstrously heathenish, If we accept an invitation to a wedding they say we are only invited to write it up.' If 'We go to the opera-house they sav W* "'1\ tickets. If WO nnhli-1- ■' j, » -.ou me news ot a man who has ought disgrace upon his family, the friends of the family never forgive us. If we, out of goodness of heart, decline to say anything on the subject, the man's enemies are disappointed, and we are branded as white-livered cowards." 0

THIS WILL KILL OR CURE.I

ANIMALS OF THE SAHARA.

I CURRENT TOPICS. I I -I

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County Licensing Committee.

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I IThe Machinery Trust.

I Continuous Policy required…

RED FOR MOURNING. I

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DROLL PROMOTIONS. I

BRIDGES BUILT OF KETTLES.…

The King at Gibraltar I

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Usk Post Office.I

Monk Slloofs kiner.

A Shipping Disaster.

Strikers [Arrested

The King.

The America Cup Trials.

The Veronica Mutiny and Murder.

Captured by the Afghans.

Death of the Hon Mrs Arthur…

The Money Market.

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FACTS AND FANCIES. I

THE CARAT. I

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