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COULD NOT LIE.

COULD NOT LIE.

Father (severely): Mrs. Grills has been and told mo you've broken four panes of glass in the greenhouse through playing at cricket. "Is it you or Mrs. Grills' boy as done it?" _ _ _ Son (Who ham read about George Washington): Y. father, I did it. I cannot lie." _ rather: No, and
September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
NOT A LAUGHING MAITER.

NOT A LAUGHING MAITER.

They were gliding round the rink to the strains of a soft, dreamy waltz. Suddenly ho tripped and fell sprawling to the floor, carrying away a goodly portion of hie charming partner's gown. Roars of derisive laughter greeted hie contortion, and ruefully he extricated himself from
September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
110 W TO OBTAIN PATTERNS.

110 W TO OBTAIN PATTERNS.

Our paper patterns are specially cut for us from designs expressly prepared for this column, and the cost of each complete pattern is 60, poet free. Address all letters, enclosing stamps for patterns, to " Sylvia," NV hitefriars House, Carmelite Street, London, E.C. Be sure and
September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
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He be hard hit, we said. Well, are a few facts from which we may gudgo how heavily a donation of a pound a year would tell on the ducal purse. Sanguhar is in Dumfriesshire, and the Louise owns mom than a third of the county, from which he draws a revenue of nearly a hundred thou
September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
SHADOWS.

SHADOWS.

I am dreaming, dreaming. In the lonely hours When the moon is gleaming Over fields of flowers, And the curlews' crying On some distant shore Comes from worlds of sighing, I shall hear no more. I am sleeping, sleeping, In the myrtle shade, But my heart is keeping All that Love on
September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
SICK ROOM RECIPES.

SICK ROOM RECIPES.

Oatmeal Jelly.—For making a jelly at least 4 level teaspoonfuls are required. This aboud be added to 1 pint of water and cooked as in preparing oatmeal water. A double boiler is of service to prevent burning. Rice Water.—Rice (well washed) 2 level tablespoonfuls; warm water 1 qu
September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
CHILDREN'S HOUR.

CHILDREN'S HOUR.

DIDN'T WANT Iltll FACE WASHED. This is a story about a little girl who didn't want her face washed. "What did I hear you crying about, just now, Winnie?" asked Aunt Jane, looking up from her book. Winnie put her finger in her mouth and looked ready to cry again. " Come, come, no
September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
CONCERNING THE DIAMOND.

CONCERNING THE DIAMOND.

diamond is still the hardest material known to us, although carbide of silicon, commercially known as " carborundnm," and the metal tantalum now replacing carbon filaments in electric glow-lamps, approach it very closely. The saying "diamond cut diamond" is still, however, as ap
September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
THE MODERN ASOP. THE GILIJIBLEB AND THE BOHAI FLEET.

THE MODERN ASOP. THE GILIJIBLEB AND THE BOHAI FLEET.

THE MODERN ASOP. THE GILIJIBLEB AND THE FLEET. A certain person of innocent aspect, when the Romas. *Meet came on a visit to Metropolissia (which at this time was the capital of the world) turned to a bystander on the pies. to communicate his irrepressible admiration. "This," he
September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
d'MIEMEIII

d'MIEMEIII

September 17, 1909 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England