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SZAZT NM GOWN OT BLACK MAZQUISZT7II.

SZAZT NM GOWN OT BLACK MAZQUISZT7II.

NM GOWN OT BLACK MAZQUISZT7II. the bodice, the yoke coming down under the arms and being finished at the base of the throat by a knife-pleated frill of white net. The net used for this yoke is embroidered in a rather unusual style, the design being carried out in a mixture of hea
04 June 1910 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
JOHN WESLEY'S MAXIMS.

JOHN WESLEY'S MAXIMS.

I have no time to be in • hurry. The be of all is, God is with us. I look upon the world my parish. God banes his workmen, but continues his ork. I save all I can and give all I can; that is all I have. Loyalty is with me an essential branch of religion. It is a happy thing if w
04 June 1910 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
mattreis.

mattreis.

After washing clothes the hands are generally disagreeably rough. If a little olive oil is rubbed well into the skin and left for tan minutes, then rubbed with a cut lemon and well washed with hot water and soap, the hands will become smooth and white again. To remove grass stai
04 June 1910 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
HEATH HAYED.

HEATH HAYED.

♦ very lag 4pok et the Primitins Methodist evening. 'Aire a sooni ra,theran and well 'ettentied end widow* ear joyed. knee wended over by Mr A. Rowley During the pfooeediaga apportesita wee taken to unite a present to M. A. (bo on the of ber mantras with Mr Hand. The Chairmen de
04 June 1910 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
NOZIPON DANES.

NOZIPON DANES.

Meg about 40 Nodes Clams Mb sod beagle who* d a tal powered and steweedes, Mrs Dame. Allier of ate dolls, ale took tie foray of a modeled by Mama I'. R. Home, P. Moore, J. Moore, sod J. Sword. V. Meer , wee the man of ere wee Mr James Giaweß, vies chairmen I. A . of to the stewa
04 June 1910 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
PRINTIN

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04 June 1910 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
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04 June 1910 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
"THE IMPARTIAL ARBITER."

"THE IMPARTIAL ARBITER."

On the lower plane of party politics wie may be confident that the King neither be the partiaan nor the instrument of any faction, but will prove the impartial arbiter between all. We may be sure that he will avert his countenance from the parasites who from all time have infest
04 June 1910 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
TO PREVENT OFFICIALISM.

TO PREVENT OFFICIALISM.

The official is largely made by his office. Give him impossible tasks and be will achieve almost impossible blunders. Let bids breathe the breath of popular control sod tarest and there is need to fear officialism —Ray. W. W. Wairaus.
04 June 1910 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England