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Evening dross, bo the average woman, means a considorshie amourrt of worry and much oalculation. Lit is not so much the actual cost of the gown itself, but its accessories as under-skirts, gloves, shoes, and finishing touches, which, besidee actring considombly to the expense, c
08 October 1904 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
"But We not always easy to think continued Hilda who could always talk better in the darkness than the light.

"But We not always easy to think continued Hilda who could always talk better in the darkness than the light.

"Last night I felt pure Bunting wouldn't get better, but I prayed, and prayed until I fell asleep before I'd finished. But when I awoke urimehow felt so certan Cod had heard Do think he Margie clear ?" "I'm ideeipy," answered Margie, who could no longer keep back her tears, and
08 October 1904 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
DISLAYING KNOWLEDGE.

DISLAYING KNOWLEDGE.

An Irishman, being on a visit to some relatives a little more polished than himwas requested on going to to be careful to extinguish the candle. He was obhged to ask the meaning of the word, when he was told it was to put it out Ile treasured up the term, and one day when he was
08 October 1904 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Daddy's Chat to His Children.

Daddy's Chat to His Children.

The following ehildren's contributions could not be found room for in the pa.ges. —Willie Warner, Elkza Moon, William Reed, George Telford Mary Upton, MaOat and Mary Blower, EMI.ly Jefferson Bertha Avery, Ernest Wardmert, Wi.nnett Lee, Par.sy Spence, H. W. Cuthbertson, Albert Wa
08 October 1904 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Strong Solid Real Silver Watches, 41/6; Gold Gem Rings, Real i i Rubies, Pearls, &c., 5/6; Four-Bottle Cruets, 4/6; Reliablr

Strong Solid Real Silver Watches, 41/6; Gold Gem Rings, Real i i Rubies, Pearls, &c., 5/6; Four-Bottle Cruets, 4/6; Reliablr

Ni el Alarm Clocks, 1.16; H. SAMLIF.L'S world-famed 95/- 'ACME' , Silver Lever, Seven years' warranty. AU latest patent impt.ve- ments. Nearly Two Millions sold. Better than watches costiug 5 0- and more retail. I ‘i NO MONEY CAN BUY THIS UNIQUE BOOK. A It's FRB:ft to you. t! HA
08 October 1904 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
L- . NEWHOUSE &.. C.0•:-. 1.41-es'

L- . NEWHOUSE &.. C.0•:-. 1.41-es'

L- . NEWHOUSE &.. • :-. 1.41-es' J 1 0 ESTABLISHED 1855\ WHITE MUSLiN OVE; from WRITE FOR PATTERNS NEW DRESS lIATERI MADE IN LONGCLOTII wit 4/6 each. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WHITE SKIRTS from I/11k to 21/, Lace SATURDAY, JUNE MADE IN LONGCLOTS, Trimmed Hemstitched Frills, 7/6 each.
07 June 1902 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
fiEW AUTOMATIC KNITTER BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS. 5,0 W Homes Wanted to make ribbed Hosiery, and earn 15s to wt.tkly

fiEW AUTOMATIC KNITTER BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS. 5,0 W Homes Wanted to make ribbed Hosiery, and earn 15s to wt.tkly

4 home. Knits socks (a pair In 38 minutes) and St ock ;Rea, Unclipelothing, Fanoy Goods, etc. Easily leaned. Work supplitsi. Cub, Hire sad Kork Terms Iron. " EEK " Department, 67, So:Anwar:: t. London 49, GILKES-STREET, MIDDLESBROUGH ; Or 53, CLAYTON:STREET, NEWOAST'LE_ • A i _
07 June 1902 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
INVENTED POSTAL STAMP.

INVENTED POSTAL STAMP.

The inventor of the gummed postage stamp was a Scotsman, Mr James Chalmers, of Dundee, who, in 1834, suggested the adoption of the practical system of affixing adhesive squares of paper to envelopes. Mr Chalmers was ridiculed, and, among others, medical men predicted that the co
07 June 1902 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
HE FELT HLS ARM ULU TCFIED FROM BEHIND

HE FELT HLS ARM ULU TCFIED FROM BEHIND

She had taken in everything at a glance. Her eyes, beautiful and fierce, were bent on him with a look of contempt and hatred; her face was white and scornful. "This is your doing!" she asid. "You, of all men! My father—you have killed him, killed him! And I wish that I could kil
07 June 1902 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
A CHAMPION'S FALL.

A CHAMPION'S FALL.

Again, when Sir Charles Dymoke was Champion to James IL, he cut a sorry figure at the Coronation on the 23rd April, 1685. We have unearthed from Pyrme's Diary the particulars of his misfortune. "When Champion Dimmock," says the Rev. Abraham de la Pryme, "let off his horse to kis
07 June 1902 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England