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The May issue of the Review of Reviews is one of the most comprehensive and informing- imaginable. It brings one right into the heart of events in the old world and into touch with the great movements which are influencing the life of nations. In view of the forthcoming Hague Convention. which may be expected to have such a wonderful influence upon the destinies of nations, there are two articles of special interest, ‘-'The Kaiser as Peace Emperor.” and “ A .World’s Pilgrimage of Peace.” In these days when the clash of amis mac- sound in our oars at any time, and when a section of the community is fighting bravely to put an end to the brutality of warfare, it is good to read of such movements. Mr (ribbons Cox concludes his interesting series of articles upon “Our Artesian Supplies,” and an interview that will appeal to a good many is that upon the “Cancer Cures of Cardigan.” The Caricatures of the Month are especially good, giving a very excellent idea of the way in which the world’s events move. , A very considerable portion of the issue is -devoted to a review of the world’s magazines, and no better medium can be imagined for giving the reader a comprehensive view of the world’s affair.

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REVIEW OF REVIEWS., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 6, 11 May 1907

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REVIEW OF REVIEWS. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 6, 11 May 1907

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