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MUSIC IN THE GARDEN. There is no need to - creath• the vitiated sir I theatres or concert roams. when

MUSIC IN THE GARDEN. There is no need to - creath• the vitiated sir I theatres or concert roams. when

you can listen to the finest artists and bands of the in your oxo home or garden. Ths Gramophone is heard t•., best adrantane in the open air, s call at Bruce Moore's establishment in York-road will demonri.ts tne beauties of this wonderful instrument.
July 24, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
The Swine to Catch the tar.

The Swine to Catch the tar.

The to Catch the tar. This year the craze has already come mi. A " Leader " representative the other day asked Messrs. Francis, Day, and Hunter's manager what London was going to be cheerfully tortured with this season. The man of music. brought out an Inquisitorial list. of " bi
January 23, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
SALARICS.

SALARICS.

Dr. Davidson's translation to the See of Canterbury will mean an addition of £8,..101) to his income, the salary attached to the Primacy hying that amount in excess of the salary which be drew as Bishop of Winchester. Dr. Ingram receives the same sum for his office as the Archhi
January 23, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
AN APOLOSUIL

AN APOLOSUIL

rotornatson hod,et forth the forma of thins, warmest." Two travellers set out on the same journey, each with a companion of his choosiag. The isampanion of the one wan Fact; the companion of the other Imagination. The way was long, but the end lay straight and clear before them.
January 23, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
3 1. 3:

3 1. 3:

3 1 . 3: Wash IflEton Society. 'The White Set "10, accerdise to an American paper. the latest contribution to a city that professes already to a hundred dushint *oriel cliques. It is made up of those who have the entere to the unoflicial entertainmeats of the Executive Mjaaion. A
January 23, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
STRANGE PIT ACCIDENT.

STRANGE PIT ACCIDENT.

A banksinan named Alfred Hirst. aged 44 year., who lived at Monekton-row, Royston. died on IVednesday afternoon trout injuries caused by being eruslied while working at the New Monekton Pit. Atellow-bariksman named Doughty put out the tallets lot the cage to rest on. when they a
January 23, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
WARWICK & SONS. COAL pRICER 1110ii.NLLY BEST .• •• Piz to. SECONDS .. 20/- P.t TREBLES 1(1 "er

WARWICK & SONS. COAL pRICER 1110ii.NLLY BEST .• •• Piz to. SECONDS .. 20/- P.t TREBLES 1(1 "er

January 23, 1903 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
THE WEEKLY jOURNAL •YRIDAY. FRBRUARY 5. 1904:t

THE WEEKLY jOURNAL •YRIDAY. FRBRUARY 5. 1904:t

eeeevoseeeeesoae?...i,oii).mq,eeg'T.,;'€ 4.:,-.,(t:elpeeesoeeeoseseeegei'oes• • • WILLING TO OBLIGE. SHE COOKED THE DINNER. ••---- - - - ALEXANDER MACDONALD (11j, 7. South-road. West Hartlepool. A Bemerastelaire juty sut on a of obvious suicide. •• Pelo-cle-re. suggested the cor
February 5, 1904 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
WHAT 18 NOWT?

WHAT 18 NOWT?

From MAGGIE HANOVER, MS, Almsstreet, West Hartlepool:. A farmer, who had not omen his brother, who was a schoolmaster, for a considerable time, thought that he would lib, to pay him a visit. ho one day he journeyed to his brother's house, and, finding him out, the farmer made hi
February 5, 1904 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
DIFFERENT WAYS OF HUNTING.

DIFFERENT WAYS OF HUNTING.

There are many ways of shooting crocodiles; but all of them demand the best qualities of the sportsman; patience, vigilance, and instant readiness to seise the occasion when it offers. Some men believe in stalking through the mangrovebushes that line the lagoons, others in waiti
February 5, 1904 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England