Nothing has happened'at Home this year more remarkable than the curtailment of the Parliamentary reports in the duly papers. Half or three-quarters of a column is usually the utmost that is allowed to the poor snuffed out debaters in the House of Commons, While the speeches of the hereditary legislators are squeezed up into a half a dozen lines. Society and toe London season have held the field, and of coarse the doings of the Persian monarch are now the leading topics of the hour. Indeed, it seems surprising that a certain morning paper has not established as a standing heading ‘ The Shah Day by Day.’ A man with an artificial faoe has been attracting attention at an English wateringplace. He has an artificial cheek, eye, and palate, fitted upon him by a Bristol surgeon. He eats without difficulty and speaks distinctly.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
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