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THE TWO SOLITUDES

THE TWO SOLITUDES

There are two kinds of solitude: the first :isting of insulation in space, the other of isolation of spirit The first is simply separation by distance. When we are seen, touched, heard, by none, we are said to be alone. And all hearts respond to the truth of that saying. This is
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
A Hit" To Hors Dassaummes.

A Hit" To Hors Dassaummes.

A Hit" To Hors Buy one and a half yards of strong lining, and cut out a tight-fitting !Jodi,* to five or six inches 'below the waist-line. Bone and stitch as if for an ordituary dress. Instead of books and eyes sew the fronts Stuff it very firmly with sawdust, shaping the bodice
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
TRAGEDY OF PLAY.

TRAGEDY OF PLAY.

The tragic death of Edward Honeywell. one of the scholars at a Hayward's Heath school, was investigated by the coroner. Honeywell. who was &scribed as highspirited and mischievous, was having fun with other lads ia one of the bedrooms when they said. - Do you want mobbing?" "Con
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
RIDING AND WALKING.

RIDING AND WALKING.

Is an article appearing in the "Electrin Railway Journal" (U.S.A.), some very interesting conclusions were arrived at con• corning the question of the cost of a trait ride. The nickel five cents (a cent equals a halfpenny) surrendered for, say. a threemile ride in a tramcar is,
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
TIIII OYSTIII-CATCRII.

TIIII OYSTIII-CATCRII.

OYSTIII-CATCRII. Gelds. but the ordinary food consists of limpets, musaels and other bivalves, sea-worms. and marine insects. The bill of this bird is well worthy of notice, as it is admirably adapted for procuring the particular food to which its owner is SO partial. It is about
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
School Cases.

School Cases.

Several edaostion owlet wens lone into, but no imposed. James Hinkeroaa, of tho grump, woe In of hi. ehild, Alfred, aged 13, who had atteeded 63 times of a 120. Dofoodent's wits tho boy was ot whilst ob. went out to work, whilst at other ho was too ill to attond. T:io attendasoe
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
QUOITS. :.,WYARD TOWN v. HEREFORD.

QUOITS. :.,WYARD TOWN v. HEREFORD.

QUOITS. :. , WYARD TOWN v. HEREFORD. is Baturd4y week The although a (mud!) , ~ne, tiR aut-rewt (nom , 1!4 , t liro.tlyerd reputettuu, Mod Score : Hare(urd. Itrinuythrol. T Pritebrrd l3 T itriagwater 0 Oreas C Tb 0 M SIP - 13 W -i J H Mason w It I . J Darla
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
The Weather.

The Weather.

Ti() raiafall far 3; iaohas, the greater part falling at the beginning of the mouth. the last ten days of Juliealthough it reined nvery day—the fall was slight, lees L WIAI an alt.agether. Jaly, the of the rainy S.int. is *Venn th• wettest in year, end this week already eentribe
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
HOW WAGS THE WORLD 71 GARDEN GOSSIP. . --...-

HOW WAGS THE WORLD 71 GARDEN GOSSIP. . --...-

The Prussian police are to be provided Show Pelargouinnis.—For a few weeks the with an unusual weapon against street plants should be stood outside in • sugar demonstrators in the form of cameras. Pro.' position after flowering. and then have the will be snap-shotted. and the ph
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
INTERESTING TO FARMERS. North Herefordshire Notes.

INTERESTING TO FARMERS. North Herefordshire Notes.

The question which is new most troubling the farmer is, whether it is better to out his bay now or watt until the weather improves. Upoo this point it is rather difflealt to decide. The time of year has wben we usually are busy is the hayfield. At the time the grass is not over
07 July 1910 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England