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The Three Fishers: A Tragedy in Three Verses,

The Three Fishers: A Tragedy in Three Verses,

The oheapneas of man is the tragedy of life. This truth is brougiit once more very vividly to our minds in the recent issue by the Board of Trade of the shippina disaster returns for the year ending June last. The total number of casualties reported to the Board of Trade were 7,
June 14, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
And plunge his fingers in the salad bowl.

And plunge his fingers in the salad bowl.

—Mrs D. Neilson, 44, Campion-street, West Hartle-001.
June 14, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Weather, Work, and Weight.

Weather, Work, and Weight.

Bees dislike wind and rain; they often come to grief in either, and a forty-mile-an-hour wind keeps them indoors. If the morning be flee, five thousand bees agog for work combined with pleasure weigh about one pound; but, supposing it possible for them to remain working all day
June 14, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
FREE SAMPLE OFFER. HANDSOME MEN

FREE SAMPLE OFFER. HANDSOME MEN

June 14, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
BARRETT'S CATS.

BARRETT'S CATS.

The anecdote of two oats, which has been told of many learned men, originated with the painter Barrett. His only pets were a cat aue a kitten. A friend seeing two holes in the hot. tam of his den, asked for what purpose he had made them there. Barrett said it was for cats to go
June 14, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
PUZZLE COMPETITION.

PUZZLE COMPETITION.

The prizes for solving the puzzle of the man sitting on the edge of the boat are awarded as follows: ErxEr. BOWYER. (12), 12, Lilian-ter., Langley Park ELSIE BOWK ER (13), 23, Birk-t., Middlesbrough. WALTER VVARDELL (11), 43, Maynard-st., Carlin How. JOE HEREON (12), 24, Lan,gle
June 14, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
THE SOVEREIGNS OF ENGLAND.

THE SOVEREIGNS OF ENGLAND.

First William, the Norman, then William his son, Henry. Stephen, and Henry, the Rkhard and John; Next Henry the Third, Edward one, two, and three, And again after Richard throe fieriTys we see. Two Edwards, third Richard, if I rightly guess, Two Henrys, sixth Eiward, Queen Mary,
June 14, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
RHAL Peopiz FOR E PeOPLG.

RHAL Peopiz FOR E PeOPLG.

June 14, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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March 22, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
GIPSIES ON THEIR TRAVELS

GIPSIES ON THEIR TRAVELS

NVTalen gips.fie.3. travel, tike pasty that vett) in advance leaves marks at cross.-ratula, In order to gu.icie thoeFe who follow. TLime marka are called "pa...teranks;" there are three patterans Ist common _ _ a is to pluck three large handfuls of grass and to throw them on the
March 22, 1913 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England