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Kaiser as a Musician.

Kaiser as a Musician.

It should not surprise anyone that the Kaiser is able to conduct an orchestra, as he did on board the Hohenzollern off Flushing (says the "Manchester Guardian "). Musical aptitude I is hereditary in his race. The flute of Frederick the Great is a matter of history. Prince Henry
November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
USE FOR TRACTS.

USE FOR TRACTS.

A certain temperance missionary in Glasgow left a few tracts with a young lady one morning. Calling at the some house a few days afterwards, he was rather disconcerted at observing the tracts doing duty as curl papers on the head of the damsel to whom he bad given them. " Weel,
November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
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Mrs. Harduppe: "Oh, John, just think, Mary ia engaged to young Bilyuus." Mr. Harduppe: "Eh, I must object to that." " What! Are you crazy?" "Not at all; if we don't make a bluff al objecting to it his folks will consider us of no account, and call him off." * A recent storm had u
November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
OUR OLDEST CLOWN. .

OUR OLDEST CLOWN. .

OUR OLDEST CLOWN. HE TALKS OF OLD PANTOIIIES. Mr. Alfred Giovannelli, of Roston, ckint to the proud title of the oldest clown in England. Born in England of Italian parents seventy year. ago, he has, with one break only, appeared in pantomime for forty-six consocutivc years. Lost
November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
THE WEEKLY JOURNAL.

THE WEEKLY JOURNAL.

thing. Go there and see for madam, if you have nothing you are afraid dead men should look Into." "I have something else to do," the landlady muttered angrily. 'lt is time we were all abed." _ . "Well. then, I will wish you a good-night. I am not afraid to sleep over the dead me
November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
• with the ladder." So saying he sprang out and dealt the third man who had been standing at the

• with the ladder." So saying he sprang out and dealt the third man who had been standing at the

foot a blow on the head with the butt of his pistol, which tient him reeling backwards until he fell heaviir against the stable door. Colbert in meantime had seized the ladder and, exerting all his fore*, had mut it spinning, hurling the two men upon it into space. They cried ou
November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
ARBITER OF FASHION HOW QUEEN ALEXANDRA DECIDES.

ARBITER OF FASHION HOW QUEEN ALEXANDRA DECIDES.

Until recesitly Queen Alexandra had been wear. Mg black for her father, though her mourning was not exactly the common variefY; et lout, not at Court functione, where she wore elaborately spangled black. Of late the Queen has gone back to her beloved lavender and mauve. Whon a w
November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22a4, lach. FROM THE,' CLRLBBAD TOURNAMENT.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22a4, lach. FROM THE,' CLRLBBAD TOURNAMENT.

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November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
13 food aird firing, for there was neither firing um . food in that bare little house, but whet the

13 food aird firing, for there was neither firing um . food in that bare little house, but whet the

white shivering figure had been laid on the bed (a blanketleas bed, spread smoothly with worn linen, with a Bible where pillows should have been—Mabel knew what bead had rested on that Bible), and when all available and blankets had been heaped on it, Mabel found her hand held f
November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
STATESMEN IN TliE VAN.

STATESMEN IN TliE VAN.

Among the aged, active statesmen are Lord Strathoona, Canadian Hills Commissioner in England, aged eighty-seven: ZIT Charles Tupper. eighty-six; Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, Primo Minister of Great Britain, seventy-one. And Speaker Cannon, travelling about the world, dancing.a
November 22, 1907 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England