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BALLOON AND PARACHUTE MISHAPS.

BALLOON AND PARACHUTE MISHAPS.

A balloon ascent was made at Carmarthen Bankholiday sports on Monday by Mr. Gaudron, with Miss Maud Brooks and Miss Ada Mansfield, who were to descend by parachutes. The ascent having been made, the balloon got into strong current, ana was driven towards the sea. Mr. Gaudron ope
June 6, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
LONGING.

LONGING.

Of all the myriad moods of mind That through the (owes thronging, Winch one was o'er no door, so kind So beautiful as Longing? The thing we long for, that we are For one transcendent moment, Before the Present poor and bare Can make it. sneering comment. Still, through our paltr
June 12, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
THOUGHTS ON SUCCESS.

THOUGHTS ON SUCCESS.

The real successful man must combine in himself good stock, physical health, education, mental penetration and concentration, persistency, energy, enthusiasm, cheerfulness of disposition, and politeness of demeanour. Moral qualities are indispensable to true sue. They are import
June 12, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

A man named Robert Robson, living at Wolviston, met with a serious accident whilst cycling down Greatham on Sunday on his way home. Robson, it appears, lost control of his machine and fell heavily, his face and hands being severely bruised. • • • On Monday Mr. Crofton Maynard he
June 12, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
250 MILES AN HO CIL

250 MILES AN HO CIL

Two hundred and fifty ,les an hoar is the speed at whieh we may expect to travel 3001 C day if H. Deck, a French engineer, succeeds in his enterprises. He has been making experiments at Elbeuf, with a new application of the moaorail system denied by him. The speed attained so fa
June 12, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESS: J. A. H ODGSON, WINDOW CLEANING, PAINT WASHING, and CARPET-BEATING CONTRACTOR. LOW DAL E, MIDDLETON-ROAD (Late

NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESS: J. A. H ODGSON, WINDOW CLEANING, PAINT WASHING, and CARPET-BEATING CONTRACTOR. LOW DAL E, MIDDLETON-ROAD (Late

of 80, Scarborough-street.)
June 12, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
LINCOLNSHIRE FARMER'S SUICIDE. A shocking discovery was made at Barrow, Lincs., yesterday, a farmer named Charles Setterington being found dead

LINCOLNSHIRE FARMER'S SUICIDE. A shocking discovery was made at Barrow, Lincs., yesterday, a farmer named Charles Setterington being found dead

in a bean field, about 200 yards from his own house, shot thiough the heart. On Wednesday night he went out, saying he " would just have a look round," but did not return. Yesterday morning his body was found as stated by a neigh. hour named. Richardson. Near it was a revolver,
June 12, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
UTU WOt Aim WNW CHARLTON.--June 10th. at Queen's-terrace, ton Came, the wile of it. it. Charlton, of a WADDINGTON.—On June

UTU WOt Aim WNW CHARLTON.--June 10th. at Queen's-terrace, ton Came, the wile of it. it. Charlton, of a WADDINGTON.—On June

6th, at 9, klestliam-ter race, Mill-lane, the wile of G. C. Waddington. it • daughter. Naniages. ALLISON—CAMBRIDGE.—On the 10th inert, at St. Hilda's Church. Charles, son of R. A. and the late .1. (4. Allison, of West Hartlepool, to EtheL grand-daughter or the late James Cambrid
June 12, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
.7.V.%7C,

.7.V.%7C,

.7 . V . %7C , Maiden& A further instalment of two months' horse accidents his been very carefully compiled by " The Autecar," and appears in the current issue. The enumeration was commenced on August 36th, 1902. at • time when there was • loud outcry against the unreliability an
June 19, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
company _ _ ; crowded zughtly, and mossy am I turned away. n pardbia that lima I •___ London.

company _ _ ; crowded zughtly, and mossy am I turned away. n pardbia that lima I •___ London.

company _ _ ; crowded zughtly, and mossy am I turned away. n pardbia I London. now . play may be to Good critics wh o have it predict an equal meccas for it before a London audience. vvv-c, "Lloyd's." The law has been called an and the "Daily News" has never pretended to understa
June 19, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England