The Long Arm

... his suddenly and for no apparent reason announced that he had done her an irre parable injury, that she would never, never speak to him or mention his name again, and made a new will leaving her tidy little fortune to the couple who had been looking after ...

The Way Of The Tides

... their homes, completed the terror of the scene, and only the roar of the advancing wave put an end to them at last. GENERALLY speaking, however, Eng land's tidal phenomena are of a less dramatic kind, and among them one of the most noteworthy is that which ...

Published: Sunday 01 January 1950
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1472 | Page: 18, 60, 63 | Tags: Photographs 

On The Spot: A Short Story By

... I think a satisfactory Continued on page 62) 61 arrangement might be achieved. Such a Q he Spot matter calls for truthful speaking. The young woman is beautiful, beyond all doubt. In fact, there is a saying in this district 'As lovely as Yang Wuniang.' ...

The Dragon and the Dreambreaker

... is he? A man I met on the promontory. May I have a cigarette, please? Wog passed his case. He's got a confounded nerve, speaking to you like that. What did he mean, anyway? I think he meant to interest me. She bent her head to the lighter so that Wog ...

Powder

... colour of the shoulder. This gives a more accurate picture than the complexion, which may be a little weathered. Generally speaking there are three skin tones: neutral which is a creamy white golden, a pale gold to tan and pink, with highlights of blue ...

Published: Sunday 01 January 1950
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 493 | Page: 45 | Tags: none

THESE LADS!

... real test of initiative and leadership. Each boy was allowed only £2 in Dutch' currency for the week's bike. No one could speak any Dutch. There are scores of examples like this to show the qualities of character in the coming genera- Linos of Condon ...

Published: Sunday 01 January 1950
Newspaper: The People
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 875 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Pathetic Faith That Daughters Will Wed

... Daughters Will Wed SO NO PROFESSIONAL TRAINING MISS F. HILTON, Organising Hwrctarj' the Women's Kmploynicnt Federation, speaking In London. day, criticised the scores of parenta who, she said, were convinced that their daughter* would marry, that they ...

Published: Monday 02 January 1950
Newspaper: Gloucester Citizen
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 283 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

5 Years1 For Woman 'Pest On Society’

... this morning. Mrs Meakin. wife of Police Sergeant Meakin Whitwick, had the pleasure hearing her brother. Mr. Ben Harrison, speaking her over the telephone from Aurora, Ontario Canada, where he lives. Mr. Harrison told his sister were having a party at which ...

Published: Monday 02 January 1950
Newspaper: Leicester Daily Mercury
County: Leicestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 720 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

Bomb Disposal Search

... j should only be too when people went to work and pleased to take her with en only their work was of . sum meh to see and speak tnc dirty type w j |, e of the people I came in Butchers' shops were crowded contact—'Mrs.) D COPPELL every Saturday and people ...

Published: Monday 02 January 1950
Newspaper: Leicester Daily Mercury
County: Leicestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 973 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

At Singapore

... unmarried mothers and old people—the Rev. C. J. Lord. curate -in - charge. St. Chad's Church, Sutton Coldfkid, said last night. Speaking at the evening service at Sutton Coldfield Parrish Church, Mr. Lord said he was not asking members of the congregation to ...

Published: Monday 02 January 1950
Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Gazette
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 236 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Parsons Cannot Please All TAXATION NO DETERRENT TO ACCIDENTS A HULL PAVEMENT SIR —The recent correspondence in ..

... choir, she is presuming; she doesn't, she isn't interested in her husband's work. If he preaches from notes, he is bore; if he speaks extemperaneously, he isn't deep enough. he stops at home in his study, he doesn't mix enough with the people; is seen in the ...

Published: Monday 02 January 1950
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 454 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

CITY LEADERS GREETINGS

... maintaining the Fleet. bring this about, mo goods in the shops. . Pomnev chimes will once Effort to improve the accom , r . . ..J Speaking on behalf of the in-. a welcome reminder modation of Naval THE NEED fOR dust Hal movement of the City, nf the iltat was. ...

Published: Monday 02 January 1950
Newspaper: Portsmouth Evening News
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2226 | Page: 6 | Tags: none