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STABLE FITTINGS

... Lancashire an apparatus for heating out-door premises at comparatively little cost. A boiler is fixed at the back of the kitchen fire-place, so that the water is always warmed by its heat. There is a furnace under the boiler, so that in frost the water ...

HOW TO SAVE YOUNG BIRDS

... placed in a small basket, one that was used for eggs, and lined it with flanDel. He placed them on the hearth before the kitchen fire, and procured some ants' eggs to feed them with. After about an hour they became warm and quite frisky, and soon began ...

CORRESPONDENCE: FRENCH AND ENGLISH CHARITIES

... object. If a coat button -hole appear decorated with a moss-rose costing half-a-guinea, or the services of another royal kitchen mouser are secured for a ten-pound note, every such contributor to the charity disburses his black mail to the shopkeeping ...

LADIES ON HORSEBACK

... with me and leaped into the farmyard (as depicted by Mr. Sturgess) I had no way of getting out except by the passage and kitchen of the farm house, as the gates of the yard were locked, and the owner of the place who was away at the neighbouring town ...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: FRESH PANTOMIMES WANTED

... rhymes or adaptation; something novel and fresh, in which my idea is to give the clown and pantaloon their comic business in kitchen scenes, enchanted woods, seaside 'scenes, fl c., assisted by harlequin and colum bine, who, of course, must be on the spot ...

Published: Thursday 05 May 1898
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1393 | Page: 18 | Tags: letter 

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: FRESH PANTOMIMES WANTED

... Fairyland, with as much dancing and as many pretty girls as you like; Demon scenes, dear to tho boyish heart, 44 traps, kitchen scenes, with uproarious practical fun, jolly songs, pretty music, ballads for Cinderella and other heroines (not suggestive ...

Published: Thursday 26 May 1898
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1071 | Page: 10 | Tags: letter 

PANTOMIME PAPERS

... conversation that will take place between him and you over that dozen or so of really witty lines which bring on the Baron in the Kitchen Scene He after reading lines as though they were ...

Published: Thursday 23 November 1899
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2924 | Page: 12, 13 | Tags: letter 

THE LOCKHART MEMORIAL

... ng the site at Rawul-Pindee. It is hoped that the Memorial will be unveiled at Pawul-Pindee early next year by Viscount Kitchener, G.C.B., &c. the newly-appointed Commander-in- Chief iu India. I am, dear sir, Yours trulv. Reginald Hennell, Colonel, The ...

AN APPEAL

... Vudovillo Club, 98, Charing Crow Road, London, W.C. We are, Yours faithfully. (Signed) GUS GARRICK, CHARLES AUSTIN, FRED KITCHEN, ...

Published: Thursday 01 December 1910
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 162 | Page: 13 | Tags: letter 

THE BEE IN THE BONNET: AN AUTO-CAUSERIE

... their joy when off yttrey went as the sparrows awoke and got safe to Khartoum for i h*€hkfast. Shades of Gordon j ^and Kitchener, Mr. Tatler, but this is more good work for the old flag and absolutely amateur too. ...

Published: Wednesday 22 April 1914
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1481 | Page: 42 | Tags: Letter  Photographs 

THE BEE IN THE BONNET: AN AUTO-CAUSERIE

... spirit and giving a lead to many a human shirker, and by the time these lines are in print some 500 more will have joined the Kitchener Army and received the order of Uriah. That will close still more of the routes and will mean an annoying increase in sitting ...

Published: Wednesday 18 November 1914
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1329 | Page: 30 | Tags: Letter  Photographs 

Somewhere in Flanders: A WEEKLY LETTER FROM AN OFFICER AT THE FRONT--I

... the morrow, and I retaliated with a wonderful story told me the other day in strict confidence by a man who was formerly Kitchener's second footman and is now a corporal in an infantry regiment. The man with bushy whiskers made no sign, but all the same ...

Published: Wednesday 10 March 1915
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1331 | Page: 21, 22 | Tags: Letter