A leading Gorman electrical company has in contemplation the erection of a now plant for the exclusive manufacture of airships ami aeroplanes. Professor E. J. Voyle, a chemist, claims he has made one of the greatest discoveries of the age. It is nothing less than a method of removing “drunk” from whisky, without diminishing its exhilarating powers. Voyle’s recipe takes the kick out of whatever liquid you may imbibe, leaving all the recuperative powers. There is a very topical cartoon in the current issue of Punch, published just as the. press delegatee arrived in London. It represents a fine lion, with a pen behind his ear—the old lion of the British press—welcoming the young lions of the colonial press. The young lions are great dandies, with buttonholes. This conversation ensues:—British Lion: “Welcome, boys! We’ve arranged for you to have a round of dinners, luncheons, garden parties—and conferences.” Chorus of Imperial Quests: ‘‘Splendid !—er—need wf go to the conferences?”
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