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WHAT SHALL OUR BOYS DO Sra,—lD the vexing question of " over-pressure of work in our elementary schools," how is it we do not find such complaints made with respect to our industrial schools? The reply doubtless would be, There is no cause; the children there have • great relief
which, being handsomely adorned with fine sculptures, is w o rthy o f notice; the Plaza de Zaragoza, the principal square, with a Government palace, the alameda with fine shade tress, the publio gardens, college, hospital, and amphitheatre, are the principal objects of interest.
our thou stray to that hill side in the county of Kildare, where h t h moment were assembling all that was noble and all that :ne a t the green isle, and a great deal of both from the land of the well? Punchestown was on, and we, alas ! were not ther , ( °r the first time, well,
made to protrude from the centre of the back over the shoulders, and from the belly a trifle behind the pectoral fins. This arrangement neutralise, the objectionable obaraoter of those solid out- standing flange. which often cease the land a fish. The " killer " is all the rage
W. ton Oapt, T. I If. .... Kr R. R. . The Thito76' cup was also competed for on this day, and molted in the victory of Mr Plummer, with a nett yore of 86. This being the second time this gentleman has won the price under the conditions of the pawn. tation, it now bcoomes Ms prope
lOSSLILT C. W. H°aps, T. T. Prime, and J. Bromic.. W. Wheeler, workman. Tee holders of the National Crose-country Championship held their eleventh annual wring athletic meeting at Aston Lower Grounds on Saturday lent. The wind was bitterly cold, consequently the attendance was a