There are sermons so dry that dust flies out of the pulpit cushion when the preacher pounds it. Cooking utensils lined with silver are being introduced for people who think that contact with copper or iron harms the food, and whose purses can afford the hobby. A preference. —" Do you believe that Dr Holmes was right when he said ' poverty is a cure for dyspepsia?'" "It may be. I'd rather have the dyspepuia." Mr Rockfeller, the American oil king, president of the Stanford Oil Company, gave his daughter on her marriage the other day a cheque for L 200.000. Mr Rockfeller can well afford this tremendous dot, as he is a millionaire many times over. Some of the religious papers at Home are severe ou the flunkeyiam which caused the church bells at Leicester to be rung in honor of H.R.H.'s visit to the local racecourse. The * Baptist' soys that men identified with religious churches in that town were conspicuously to the front on the occasion.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 7925, 5 June 1889
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 7925, 5 June 1889
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