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THE first portion of a remarkable
narration of adventure of exploration on the Klondike is printed in Blackwood's Magazine for May. This dramatic chronicle begins with the start ; carries the reader to Finnigan's Point, describes the ascent of the Chilcoot, and the journey from Crater Lake to Linderman ; tells how a boat was unexpectedly purchased on the Yukon ; brings the travelers to Bennett Lake and thence northward. A thrilling tale of unexpected experiences graphically told.
OTHER contributions to the May
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Of Lady Byron. Very little has been published concern
ing the great poet's widow, though a remarkable person.
Of Meissonier. By the celebrated Russian painter Vassili
Verestchagin. Some character-talk of one artist to another;
Of Admiral Sir William Robert Mends. The
naval officer who moved the French and British armies
from Varna to the Crimea in 1854 : organizer and director
Of Balzac. An estimate and an appreciation ; how Rodin
alone has completely understood Balzac; the life of Balzac;
Samoa and its Troubles
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The true story of the latest crisis in Samoa and the events that led to it, by a trained unbiased and careful observer. Mr. John George Leigh, who writes with special authority on Samoa and its people, brings out the important part taken by Chief Justice ChamBERS in the recent difficulty, as well as the responsibility of the American, English and German governments. A timely paper on an important subject. In the May number of