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A POTATO STORY.

A POTATO STORY.

A alergyn - usni - oi Devonshire, alter having endeavourod to explain a difficult text, said: "I knew that oommentators do not agree with me." The next day a farmer in the village brought him a basket of potatoes and said that as his reverence said that "Oonanon taties did not a
19 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Prize Anecdotes. NOT OUT.

Prize Anecdotes. NOT OUT.

At the beginning - of last year some eight or nine thckisand pectatora waited patiently, regardless of the rain and its attendant discomfort, for four hours or so in the hope of witnessing the conclusion of the third test match between the Britishens and the Cornstalks. About ha
19 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Pitcairn Islanders.

Pitcairn Islanders.

The Pitcairn Islands. we learn from a parswaph in the " British Weekly," have all beolnes Seventh Day Baptists. They number 120. The new of thar conversion to a tenet of such singular unimportance is curious. It rather tolls against Mr Richard Whiteing's idyllic picture of the d
19 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
D.P.'S " M AIsTSION " AT MAFEKLNG.

D.P.'S " M AIsTSION " AT MAFEKLNG.

The above is a sketch from an "Illustrated London News" photograph t+f Colonel Baden-Powell's bomb-proof shelter, in which he spends the very brief leisure time which hi can snatch at rare intervals in his vigilant command of the defence of the town. The heavy shelling from the
19 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Children's Parties.

Children's Parties.

Birthday parties, school treats, a homely tea. are all festal days to children, and they look forward to the day, clap tlue:r hands, jump with glee, and grow exeitod with the mere thought Mothers love to give these parties, and are delighted to see both their own children and th
19 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
FASHION NOTES.

FASHION NOTES.

Costs of black oak and cloth are ornamontea with various designs in machine stitohinp of white The lo g evening sacque coat of cloth or silk shows elaborated stitching' of white or colour. Another feature in the fashions of to-day is tho application of straps of silk on cloth, o
19 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
ritESSED LEAVES.

ritESSED LEAVES.

19 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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19 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
COCHINEAL INSECTS.

COCHINEAL INSECTS.

It takes 65,000 cochineal insects to make on pound in weight, and the amount imported into the United States last year was 1,649.842 lbs. Thu annual slaughter of these harmless insects, therefore, to supply carmine for Americaui ladies' toilets, and the various dyes and tints fo
19 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
VARYING WARMTH OF THE BODY.

VARYING WARMTH OF THE BODY.

From researchee communicated to the Roial Sooiety, it appears that healthy beings go regularly through a daily cycle of variable warmth. The maximum heat te reached at 9 a.m., when in persons under twenty-five the temperature of flesh stands at 99deg. Fehr.. and this is maintain
26 May 1900 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England