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TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION AT BARRY.

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VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

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liEViEW OF PUBLICATIONS.

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liEViEW OF PUBLICATIONS. "WELDON'I? LADIES' JOURNAL." July No. (31).—Fitly and appropriate and admirably united to the wants of the many fair ones who wiil cons-ult its pages in search of id ess for general summer and holiday attire are the charming desigus and illustrations, appearing in this issue, which successfully lays itself out to meet the all important demands on its resources Charming Frenchy toilettes for the races, garden parties, or fetes, visiting or seaside wear, ^aro pr«.i £ oa.liy ..ud in.ehj.utlcgly portrayed, while a page of dreams 411 the shape of hats forms a perfect accompaniment to such, to say nothing of smart blouses, fashionable skirts, boleros, sleeves, and collars, and a useful silk morning jacket. Three very popular paper patterns Rre given away a bathing dress, the new cape ruffle, and a dainty blouse of sailor shape for either linen or net, also an artistic plate which presents the season's fashion novelties in charming colours. Lest it should be gathered from the foregoing that frippery and furbelows are the only topics worthy of descanting upon. we proceed to note an interesting article on fireplace decorations, seasonable cookery, treating of fruit preserves and jellies (in the making of which all wise housekeepers will nutn rally new be interested), and without further eulogy or comment, we give the best advice possible, viz.. consult the Coronation oracle, try the pretty Teneriffe lace designs, and read the short stories, after which your opinion will certainly take the form of communicating the same advice to your best friend. "WELDOl:S PRACTICLE NEEDLEWORK SERIES." No. 189 (2d.).—The pretty crochet bags and purses in beads and steel, etc., which we all admire and find so useful in these days of small etceteraH and pocketless dresses, can be easily made by following the ample directions and illnstrations given in this number. "WELDON'S HOME MILLINER." Summer number (Id.).-Wbere is the woman who does not wish to look her best in this month of roses ? To be prettily dressed is almost a duty. Difficulty indeed to please must be the lady who cannot select her millinery from some fifty smart na.s and lancinating bonnets portrayed in this number. This publication is a complete guide to the art of home millinery, and is the only publication of its kind.

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