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CHAPTER 11.

CHAPTER 11.

I walked home with but one thought in my mind. The Archduchess had put into wordsvery plain, blunt words—what as yet I had searcety dared harbour in my mind as a fugitive idea. She had done me in that respect goad service. She had brought to a sudden crisis an issue which , it w
July 28, 1905 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
CHILI CRICKET!

CHILI CRICKET!

A, traveller just returned from Valpa, Chili, tells an amusing story. The crt club there sent to Eng±and for a large )4igntrient of bets and a few stumps. Oa arrival they were liable to a duty of 30 cent.. hut it occurred to the captain that it would be a good move to enter tho
July 28, 1905 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
roomful of philosophers into the next pariah. aniolsmil to pub es • lust. sir; PAWL the hove Ward ge at

roomful of philosophers into the next pariah. aniolsmil to pub es • lust. sir; PAWL the hove Ward ge at

impect many hem Irish mandwaser who wish to hear what my • mind may develop in regard to the only true ptiloamery of "Not in the least, sir" I rejoined. "Over they den't know rut are alive, sod they ore goring." Consternation fell japes that saseenbly eager from s reef. The gent
July 28, 1905 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
TRIFLES.

TRIFLES.

A friend once called on Micheal Angelo. who was finishing a statue. Some time afterwards ho called again. The sculptor was still at hH work. His friend, looking at the figure, . xclaimed. "Have you been idle since I saw you last?" "By no tneans." replied thc. sculptor. "I have t
July 28, 1905 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
The Club Window.

The Club Window.

July 28, 1905 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
• TILE ARGUS BINDERY, IN DOVER-STREET, POrfOCtly Equipped for First-class Work. MAGAZINES AND PERIODICALS BOUND IN ANY DESIRED STYLE, OR

• TILE ARGUS BINDERY, IN DOVER-STREET, POrfOCtly Equipped for First-class Work. MAGAZINES AND PERIODICALS BOUND IN ANY DESIRED STYLE, OR

TO MATCH EXISTING VOLUMES. MUSK , REPAIRED AND BOUND IN PER - FRUMP FLEXIBLE BACKS.
July 28, 1905 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
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THE rj wEEKLy JOURNAL A MAGAZINE FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Literature, Fiction, Art, Topical Articles, Fashions and Humour. Weekly Competitions for Young and OM 4 0 . _ THIS PAPER IS AN INSURANCE FOR 110 AGAINST DEATH THROUGH ACCIDENT FROM ANY CAUSE. BE SURE YOU SIGN THE COUPO
August 18, 1905 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
IiALF-BONE.

IiALF-BONE.

An irritable old gentleman, having bought some meat of a local birchcr, brought it back and, indignantly sail, "Look here, butcher, this meat is half-boae." "You are mistaken, sir. That is good meat," said the butcher. "Do you suppose I don't know bone when I, see it. I say this
August 18, 1905 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
WHAT WIVES WANT.

WHAT WIVES WANT.

A word of praise for a nice dinner or a b.. coming dress. A companion, not merely a supporter, in her husband. A kind word sometimes more than a new set of dishes. An occasional petting. but never in public. To feel that the experience of every justifies her preference for this
August 18, 1905 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England