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4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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Sized Him Up. A young man was making fun in a train of a lady’s hat to an elderly gentleman who was seated beside him. “Yes,” said the gentleman, “that is my wife, and I told her, if she wore that bonnet, that some fool w ould be sure to make fun of it.” The young man collapsed.
4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
KIN TO WILLIAM.

KIN TO WILLIAM.

Complete AFTER the dreamy summer, when from weekend to week-end the sun never deigned to show himself, came as rich a harvest as the oldest, of Grassbrook gaffers remembered. One or two declared that their fathers had spoken of the like, but the majority declared that such a won
4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Illustrations by E. H. SHEPARD. Dawncy, and the promise that he had made thr oilier man. The time had come!

Illustrations by E. H. SHEPARD. Dawncy, and the promise that he had made thr oilier man. The time had come!

He must speak oiu. All at once he said to himself I’ll go and see Dawney.” had a longing to talk to this other man ; he was constrained to make a confession to Daw n. of the truth; but luck was against him. Colonel Dawney was not be found. had left (ov,n, though he was expected
4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.

4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 

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4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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Answers to Correspondents. High Heels.”—As you do not give nom-dc-plumc I have invented one, which I hope you will as intended for you. 1 must confess I do not high heels or anything else extreme the "ay dress. You will always notice the very best tuin out people avoid any exagg
4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
STOMACH & KIDNEY DISEASE.

STOMACH & KIDNEY DISEASE.

Read this account of a Housewife’s years of Torture—“l was always in pain—pains in my stomach, sides and back. “I used to feel so done up and help= less, but now my health is simply first-class, thanks to DR. CASSELL’S TABLETS.” Thousands of weary, strengthless women to whom lif
4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
★★ ★ ★ Long Hair.

★★ ★ ★ Long Hair.

In the year 1102, at a council held in London by Bishop Anselm, it was enacted that those who had iong hair should be cropped so as to show part of the ears and the eyes. We may suppose from this that the men of that date wore their hair much as women have done of late, the ears
4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
EMERGENCY CABINET.

EMERGENCY CABINET.

“The W.T.” Emergency Cabinet is = made in real Oak. is made either to stand or hang. is inches high, is inches wide, and 5 inches deep. •board, shelf, and drawer, as shown, ntents are the following; Boric ling wounds and Bruises; Carron Oil for burns and scalds ; Carbolic Oil fo
4 October 1913 - Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England