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The Mothers' Corner.

The Mothers' Corner.

To Increase the usefulness of column mothers is icvm..l to send questions rtiat!rg to any difficulties encounter in the upbringing and treatment of children, Anich wii e prlnted here, and other readers, who have ..:poi:tnce, are vied to azscrer these The questions answers till:
10 May 1919 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
"Yen, yoa." it nswered; "come, leantst thou on

"Yen, yoa." it nswered; "come, leantst thou on

And I will oomfort thee with bounteous love. A mat, a shelter provide ye I all eatth's troubled souls. Cone, rest thy v.t..as with Mefaileth not.. G. 13. Shaw. -lk-. Requite Thou, 0 Cod. &Med is the hand and its noMe work ended, Chilly and ould dost it lay in the tomb; Art of th
10 May 1919 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Weary the Waiting.

Weary the Waiting.

There's an end to all toiling some day—sweet day, But it'e weary the waiting—weary. There's a harbour somewhere in a peaceful bay, Where the sa.ils will be furled and the ship will stay At anohor, sommhere in the far away, But it's weary the waiting—weary. There's an end to the
10 May 1919 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
When she left at length her mind was made up:,

When she left at length her mind was made up:,

." rye found the culprit," she decided. that remains is to get the proof." -*- 11. The closing of the Gorrington branch that even.ng found Milly, gravely observant, in the shelter of an opposite doorway, When the rest of the staff had dribbled away down the busy thoroughfare the
12 July 1919 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Two Cuttings.

Two Cuttings.

Within one week I clipped from the "Daily Mail" two slips of terrible moaning. The first concerned "50,000 soldiers and sailors who are sufferers from consumption as a result of their war service. Of the 101 per cent. will hospital shortly fully cured. Another 10 percent. are ho
12 July 1919 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
RETURN.

RETURN.

It was caA by many erities—wis7e r othgrwise —that tho majority of Army men, when released from their strenuous 4ifo with the Colours, would drop fretfully into thy colourless routno of civilian life agu:n, and rapidly begin to kick against the guliing prieke. the fme. this sugg
12 July 1919 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
11 The Cheained Soul.

11 The Cheained Soul.

11 The Ch e ained Soul. As final remarks, it. must bc remembered that Shelley lived in two worlds. The one of ma.ti.zr which dragged on him, and from which he longed to be free, the other the spirit (ir soai worlfl ill which he seemed to loose himself in ecstasy. Mark his absorpt
12 July 1919 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
A LESSON IN HAIR-DRESSING.

A LESSON IN HAIR-DRESSING.

Dear Daddy,—l am 12. years old, and I will be fhree and ten on the 12th of July. I once had my hair cut the American style, but it has grown long now. 1 have relations in the Army, and some of them have been demobilised. I wear long black stockings and black shoes. I do my hair
12 July 1919 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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12 October 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
BRITISH BIRDS.

BRITISH BIRDS.

Goldfinch.—The bright colours of the goldfinch, and the ea,se with which he adapts himvilf to cage life, have sadly reduced his numbers. licientific farming has deprived him of feeding grounds, for subsists chiefly on thistle seeds. Recently legislation has stepped in, anitthis
12 October 1918 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England