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 - a combination otol t ATeryaliah car has...
a combination otol t ATeryaliah car has recently been designed and the inventor laiiow superintending they construction i of a number which win shortly be introduced ia the larger cities says the Chicago Chronicle It looks like a composite miniature woo - motive and a palace car The two luxuriously cushioned seats are not over three feet from the ground Titers Is - cowcatcher that looks formidable enough to throw an elephant off the track although It would probably come out of an encounter with a cow sadly dismantled because of the lack of weight behind It This novel car which is self - propelled by a small yet powerful gasoline engine is a flyer It cannot approach a lightning express with eight - foot drivers in Which Ist cb pUier MJtv perforated notes come these- tubes the air is exhausted and each pick and fret acts accordingly - The most difficult music can templar with the sameeffectbotlk In time and harmony as performed by irof essionsl banjo Uta Any stringed Instrument that is played with the fingers can be adjusted to this automaton AN ODD SUIT When Archdeacon Farrar was rector of St Margarets Church Westminster he allowed the colors presented by George III to the Westminster Volunteers to be set up in the chancel with a memorial tablet reciting the history of the banners Canon Eyton his successor had the Colors removed on the ground that they cut off tshsm J VTT is rrr jrjjr - j - COMBINED CAR AND LOCOMOTIVE point of actual speed but It can get over the rails at a pace that makes a new rider gasp and hold his hat brim It Is a very pleasant sensation riding In this little flyer that can travel steep grades and swing around sharp curves quicker than a locomotive If a train comes thundering along behind three men can easily lift the motor car clear of the rails until the cars have passed One of these cars has just been turned out by a Kalamazoo firm AN IMPERIAL ARCHITECT Emperor William takes a special interest part of the light of a stained - glass win dow and that as they had been presented to the church he had a right to put them wherever he pleased These reasons he gave In a suit which the officers of the regiment have brought against him In th consistory court of the diocese of London to compel him to restore the colors to their place in the chanceL

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 22 Aug 1896, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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