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THE WROND CARD.

THE WROND CARD.

As a gentleman was walking down a quiet street he heard a rancous voice say, " Charity! For the love of heaven, charity!" The gentleman. a true philanthropist, turned and saw thin and ragged figure at whose breast hung a card saying, - 1 um blind." gentleman took a coin train hi
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
"THE WEEKLY

"THE WEEKLY

THIS COUPON-INSURANCE - TICKET MUST NOT BE DETACHED WILL be paid by The Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, Limited, Principal Office, Nos. 36 to 44, Moorgate Street, London, E.C,, to the legal personal representative of the bona-fide holder of this Coupon-Insuran4-Ticlict
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
Little Ritneedien. SPRAINS AND BRUISES.

Little Ritneedien. SPRAINS AND BRUISES.

A bandage dipped in a strong solution of warm wilts, and suit should be applied to sprain;. FOR A CUT. Take a quarter of a pint of thick cream and boil it tor a quarter of an hour, keeping it constantly stirred. Let the cream stand till cold, then beat it thoroughly until of a p
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
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11131 Y, 111.11611 23ra, utast lapping, to wind round the line , or pa to di, in • high wind. On a frosty night is especially unwise to allow starched clothes be out all night, as severe frost makes them ittle and liable to tear at • touch. Soap for laundry work should be bought
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
vflIE WEEKIA'

vflIE WEEKIA'

of 75,145, of whom 12,729 were found to be ineligible or imitable for aesietanos under the act. The claases of workpeople most generall affected were those connected with. the building trades and general labourers. The returns show about 30 per skilled and about 70 per cent, lab
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
CONCENTRATION. .

CONCENTRATION. .

The ago is too diffusive. Time and thought Are frittered our, and bring no satisfaction. The way seems. lust to straight, determined action. Like shooting stars. that sigt,rig on their course. We wander from our orbit's pathway; spoil Tho role we're fitted for to fail to twenty;
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
IN ELIZABETH'S DAY.

IN ELIZABETH'S DAY.

Old Mr. Pett, the Sir William White of James time, in his manascript autobiography, has left us a detailed description of the Elitabethan ceremony, which was certainly for finer than the lady and bottle method of the present day. On the day fixed for the launch of a new man-of-w
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
JACK'S CHRISTENINGS.

JACK'S CHRISTENINGS.

With hopreme disregard for classical or foreign pronunciation Jack has simplified to his own satisfaction the more difficult names of the ships in which he has served. Here is a Hit of his private christenings, and no doubt many more will occur to Naval readers Ariadne—Hairy Ann
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
THE WOMAN WHO NAOS.

THE WOMAN WHO NAOS.

Many • woman without being conscious of It. She is often perbhtly well-bred in all other retinae:Si, but she low* her husband aci that she cannot help plying him with questions. The whys and whores and whets and "I told you so" become a daily routine, which eihauste the patience
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
THE ELECTRIC CAR SYSTEM

THE ELECTRIC CAR SYSTEM

of New Orleans is declared by many publicstions to be "the finest in the weld." I cannot say whether this is true or not, but I don't think it is. Yet it is a very efficient system indeed. For five oents—a nickel, or Nd—but not for Ices, you can go a distance of 50 yards. For th
March 23, 1906 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England