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BRITISH BIRDS.

BRITISH BIRDS.

Goldfinch.—The bright colours of the goldfinch, and the ea,se with which he adapts himvilf to cage life, have sadly reduced his numbers. licientific farming has deprived him of feeding grounds, for subsists chiefly on thistle seeds. Recently legislation has stepped in, anitthis
October 12, 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
CHILDREN'S CIRCLE.

CHILDREN'S CIRCLE.

A PRAYER FOR DADDY. God bless and keep tny daddy safe, wherever he may be. And when this dreadful war is done please bring him home to me. He i very brave and kind—he hates to hurt a Bin now he's got to fight, you see, to help our own dear King. And piease, God, send a letter so
October 12, 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
DRAWINGS.

DRAWINGS.

The prizes for drawing and painting tient, in for competition in the "Circle " are awarded as follows: Richard Watson, 17, kV a nd-4reet, Stockton (sketch in black and white). Robert E. Gregg. Browney, Ferry• • bill %water-colour drawing of flowers). , Frank Griffin. 13, Grove-r
October 12, 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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March 9, 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Too Great a Sacrifice.

Too Great a Sacrifice.

For half an hour they had lingered over their good-bye, but he rose at last to go, for he meant it this time. "So sooa, Bobby dear," sighed Beaty. "Couldn't you stay jut a little longer." "I must go, darling, though I would give ten years of my life to stay another hour with you
March 9, 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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March 9, 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
A STORY OF THE QUEUE.

A STORY OF THE QUEUE.

A boy came weeping out of the Maypole shop. " loot the note my Mother gave me," he wailed, "and they won't give me any marga. iinte." A kindly wOrnaq waiting in the ,ineue wrote him a note and sent him in again out of hie turn, lie came out smiling. "Iltxitay he shoute , i. "Tha
March 9, 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
A Waterless Country.

A Waterless Country.

The longest tangent in the world, 330 miles with. out the slightest variation from a straight line, occurs on the railway linking Western —ustralia to the Eastern States, which was formally opened on November 12. In the 1,052 miles of line between Port Augusta and Kalgoorlie the
March 9, 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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October 5, 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England