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EXCITEMENT AT AN EDDIKTRGH FIRE.

EXCITEMENT AT AN EDDIKTRGH FIRE.

Some excitement was created about seven o'clock Weant'Atia V morning by an outbreak of fire in a hairdresser's shop in Deenhaugh Street. Edinburgh. With some difficulty the firemen from Stockbridge Fire Station located the outbreak in the hack premises. The smoke became very den
January 4, 1901 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
Lai.

Lai.

January 4, 1901 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
(From Pick- Mr-('p.)

(From Pick- Mr-('p.)

How (vitro • -Why have you been such a long time drawing the beer,Mary ? "—Mary t loudly): "Phase, sir, I laid to blow the spout. sir !" Asstemt—Vicar's %Vire (to aged parishionorl taking a walk for policy's sake, Mr. Jones ?" —Jones : "Indeed, yes, ma'am. Just been to pay my te
January 4, 1901 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
GREAT FIRE

GREAT FIRE

Messrs SOMAS', SONS & CO.'S, Works, It And t}iwill offerrd at our TEMPORARY PREMISES, No. 80 MILL STREET. Other Lines of other Manufacturers are also being marked down. CYCLES 2& k WEEKLY dye . 1.0 . 4 DEREHAM ROAD CYCLE CO.. Tut: REST KNOWN WHISKY IN THE UNIVERSE 'T'TTE CHALLEN
January 5, 1901 - Alloa Journal - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
CARLYLE'S CAT.

CARLYLE'S CAT.

A letter, hitherto unpublished, written by Mrs. Carlyle to her maid "Jessie," has been sent to the "Glasgow Evening News" by a Thornhill solicitor. It is written from Folkestone, dated August 20, 1865, and warns the maid that Carlyle may return unexpectedly from the north to Che
January 5, 1901 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
BROAD REED MELODEONS

BROAD REED MELODEONS

the Largest Bile of any instrument la the World. Highest Awards-2 Gold Medals sad Grand Dipiiats. Kn. quits's; Marais& &Olin( in Thousands. ~ NO Testimonials. GOOD NEWS Happy Hours for all LABOrni.F4I4II. orrE R. Wl' Ir rp , H% OUR ORAN:I PRI/A MIDALL " GI( " MEIAMION. 6s. pd. t
January 5, 1901 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
lx Till ills iota 'F l'Org/AL LOOK OUT FOR NEXT WEEK'S

lx Till ills iota 'F l'Org/AL LOOK OUT FOR NEXT WEEK'S

lx Till iota 'F l'Org/AL LOOK OUT FOR NEXT WEEK'S ANNOUNCEMENT. L'HUMANITE NOUVELLE. (Revue Internationale ntennuelle, 11luetree), Nnmero : I tr. 30.-15, rug• des Sainte-Puns, Paris. DV lITIIIIIO Lee Cowes et la situation du socialism, croutonporain, par A. Hamon.— Defense social
January 5, 1901 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
WAR NEWS.

WAR NEWS.

"It Burned Brightly." Mr. and Mrs. E. Nurse, of Mill House, Chelmsford, recently received a letter front their son. Trooper Nurse, of the 31st Company, Imperial Yeomanry, written from Bloemfontein, on 10th November. It is printed in the Essex Weekly News." In the course of it he
January 5, 1901 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
The Nom de Plume of " Libertas."

The Nom de Plume of " Libertas."

Editor and Comrade.. Judging from your contributor's paragraphs in the "L.L.," his journalistic reputation is much better than mine, but, at the same time, I thought the accidental use of the same de plume both of us might lead to confusion. I think I should have been the gainer
January 5, 1901 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
READINC IN BED. On the whole it is not a good practice. When a line drawn through the eyes, across

READINC IN BED. On the whole it is not a good practice. When a line drawn through the eyes, across

the bridge d the nose, is parallel with the horizon, you are in the best position for using the eyes. In plain English, when one is sitting or standing, stnught up and down, mid holding his head level, lie sees hest. The reason is, Nature has constructed us on that principle. I
January 5, 1901 - Clarion - London, London, England