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‘Cassell’s Magazine’ for October is interesting. The stories, from comedy to Tragedy (illustrated), the informing articles (illustrated). tho long complete novel by George Rodney, and oilier matter make up a magazine difficult to beat. ‘The New Magazine’ (Casscllsl for October contains an art supplement. ‘Grumpy at the New T imativ.’ and Iho following among otli-.r stories: —‘Tin D.ath Toman ’ (-facuucs Futrellc). ’On 1 tho Telephone ’ {Brit.:-.ley Moore), ‘ Only a ’ Nigger’ (Janies Burk-M.-y), ‘God’s _V;;il_’j (Andrew goman. and ‘ ( ’althorpo’s Lplilt- j ing’ (Frank H. Sltau ). Tin long <.,mplf.te ; inlvel ‘Sally’ is hy Otac- GallahiT. * Samoa, the Fcarl of 1 1, • F;k.Ml'' (a souvenir from New Zcnlninb. hy J. .!■; sfery, with many phniotgrapir'. is a nratly got up, prin leal, and wiitt ei record of an island which has of kite he n T-..(itc-is*!y before tho public. Mr Jrl';rv his arranged bis material in attnntive form, and in tho 52 pages at bis '•oiniiinrsl In has manage'! to toll much of w’hal it, tv.Mlh knowing, to impa.rl informal ion in a , pleasant manner, and to make hie icedcir. long for a return tiio to th ■ pnl.’ndecked islands of the Skitnli rn S-a.

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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