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THE ISHMAELITE.

THE ISHMAELITE.

BT WHITE ENSIGN. To our submarinees this wax have fallen more kicks than ha'pence. True the early days gave them chances in the Heligoland Bight, the Baltic, and the Dardanelles, of relieving the eternal watching and waiting, with action more to their taste. in these latter days
05 October 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Tale of a Cornet.

Tale of a Cornet.

Oh, boys, never, never join a brass band, but listen to my tale of woe, otherwise the tale of a cornet! Like Tom, the piper's son, I learned to wheal was young, but in my case it was a cornet, and of course it became my dearest wish to possess a cornet of my very own, and equall
05 October 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
16, SONGSTERS IN THE SNOW.

16, SONGSTERS IN THE SNOW.

Dear Daddy,--I was just going to write a farewell letter I saw in the "Weekly" Ohat that members could write after they had attained the age of sixteen, in fact Ls long as 'they liked. Every week members are writing to you telling of soldier relatives who are doing their bit, bu
25 March 1916 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Wake Up, John Bull.

Wake Up, John Bull.

(Composcri by a soldier whilst in hospital suffering from gas poisoning.) Are you aware that there is a battle raging far across the foam, Where the Hun and Allies meet in conflict, and bayonet points thrust home? Have you thought for one moment What these heroes say, • Wonderin
25 March 1916 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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25 March 1916 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
"May I ask," said Thornton, his head clearing. •• what the blazes all this is about ?" -Right. But may

"May I ask," said Thornton, his head clearing. •• what the blazes all this is about ?" -Right. But may

I ask how you came to be on the scene?" Thornton explained how he came to be broken down and storm-bound. •• Hum," said the other. "Extraordinarily simple, but who'd have expected it. As for us, we're a cinema producing company. Our idea was to have a Civil War episode; a Purita
25 March 1916 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Oat/ FACE _RAH

Oat/ FACE _RAH

is an ideal Fl:jl4 food, pro7,ared from Oats whic,h revives the natural charm Or the complexion, removes ruutihnoss and soreness, leaves the skin delightfully mit, does not grow hair, and is invaluable preserving the skin from all extremes of teroneraturo.
25 March 1916 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Club Notes.

Club Notes.

—No. 313. No. 566 (Mrs M. \-N., Gan AcAr House, Common. dale, Grosanont. 5.0.), is a new member who would be pleased to have letters from married members of the Club, and wal answer them; and No. 567 (Miss A. W., 26, Moat-street, Stockton), is a young member who wishes to corres
25 March 1916 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
M THE BIRDS.

M THE BIRDS.

"The spring is come, I hear the birds" "That sing from bush to bush." Amid all the pleasant out-of-door pictures which the hand of spring produces not one excels that of a diaisied field, in which is seen the lambs at play. There is such a spring sound about their bleating; it i
25 March 1916 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
A FUNNY QUESTION.

A FUNNY QUESTION.

Tommy: "li - as - llC:bin.so - n -. 6 . 1./s - be -. an acrobat, mother?" Mother: "I don't know. Why?" "Well, this book say. that after be had finished h work he sat down on his chest."—Your loving member, MARJORIE GRA!, 267, iiinthorpc-rd., Middlesbro'.
25 March 1916 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England