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TALES THAT ARE TOLD.

TALES THAT ARE TOLD.

A Stirring Adventure. Did you hear of the man who swallowed a teaspoon ?” “No, what happened to him?” “He can’t stir!” ★★ ★ ★ A Common Case. you know," said the successful merchant, pompously, that I started life as a barefoot boy? “Well,” said his clerk, “I wasn’t born with sho
28 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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28 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Mind and Matter.

Mind and Matter.

It is not many years since a distinguished admiral, opposing the grant of executive rank to naval engineers, observed that he had known a mere Lascar run engines very adequately, the presumption being that engineering was not matter calling for the exercise of any intellectual f
28 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
asagsaa, . ■■ Summer Pudding.

asagsaa, . ■■ Summer Pudding.

. ■■ Summer Pudding. Cut some thin slices of bread not too new, an ! have a pudding basin ready ; line it with the bread. See that every part is well covered with bread. may be moistened with a little milk or cream before it is pressed round the mould, so that it adheres closelv
28 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
★★ ★ ★

★★ ★ ★

Flies in the Larder. Creosote is obnoxious to blow flies, and equally so to the smaller house-fly. Of course, creosote has a disagreeable odour, but if only a choice of evils is open to us, the lesser certainly is advised. Milk must not be put in the larder if creosote is placed
28 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 

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HEALTH NOTES.

HEALTH NOTES.

28 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
We are headquarters for the finest Folding Hand Cameras known to the Trade. The Graves 'Surbitou' i-plale Model here ilhistralod

We are headquarters for the finest Folding Hand Cameras known to the Trade. The Graves 'Surbitou' i-plale Model here ilhistralod

will stand comparison with Uie most expensive folding camera you can place beside it. and will give you equal results. Ebonised polished base board, nickellcd fittings, solid leather bellows, solid aluminium cast fitireop shaped lens front, engraved focussing scale from 3 to-5 f
28 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
‘WaOLIWJEID.

‘WaOLIWJEID.

Dr. Child, the famous Inventor, lias discovered preparation to kill ail Corn a. Warts Buniena in hours only. Perfectly harmless; money returned it not satisfied. 1/. post free. BRITISH CHt'MICAb CO., 3, ST., BIBMU,GHA3I. MISCELLANEOUS PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. FREE. -Pocket Rubber
28 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
IRISH TABLE DAMASK. SALE IRISH of LINENS. During July w« el«ar *ll Surplus Stock* *t prices considerably lower than usual

IRISH TABLE DAMASK. SALE IRISH of LINENS. During July w« el«ar *ll Surplus Stock* *t prices considerably lower than usual

BELFAST PRICES. Odd Patterns that we are now Clearinf remarkably low price*:— . Sale Price. CLOTHS, 2x2 yds. each 5/11. CLOTHS. 2x 24 yds. 5/10, 6/ 0, 8/5 NAPKINS, x ins., doz. 6/11, 7/11. 8/11 IRISH LINEN SHEETS. Factory Accumulations, Hundreds of Pairs ready for use:— _ . Sale
28 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Chapter XIX.

Chapter XIX.

DAL'RA had meant to be prudent, diplomatic, ith Iter cousin, regarding the ruby pin ; but Vane had irritated her a point where site had become incapable of caution. She led the elder girl the red room, and shut the door in a marked way which startled Miss Erskine slightly, and p
21 June 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England