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A WEEKLY LETTER FROM

... £K S And in all the best houses, of L course, the air reverberates with joyful and pleasing chop-chop- choppings from the kitchen. Currants and spice and such things nice are to be released, you see, for the occasion. Also, for Christ mas week, a quarter ...

Published: Wednesday 18 December 1918
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1329 | Page: 9, 10 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter 

A WEEKLY LETTER

... case Kitchener was the idol of the populace, which loves above all men the strong man, and which never wavered in its allegiance, even at the most wavering moments. W The subject of conversation last week, of course who should take Lord Kitchener's place ...

IN ENGLAND-NOW!

... shock with which they come on us, and the way in which thousands of men are gone all at once. But even more, I think, Lord Kitchener's death and the manner of it appealed to the imagination of the British public which is rather hard to rouse. A man that's ...

Published: Wednesday 14 June 1916
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1565 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter 

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 

Somewhere in Flanders: THE GULF

... that I was urgently wanted at the office. Vt \>K I was back within ten minutes, an awful fear clutching at my heart. The kitchen door was ajar, and tiptoeing softly to it I put my eye to the crack, in time to watch the old lady pick up a fork and slowly ...

Published: Wednesday 10 April 1918
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 678 | Page: 10 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter 

Somewhere in Flanders

... subjection to the rigours of the third degree as administered by Monsieur Blanc, she burst into a flood of collapsed against the kitchen range. Vj^e looked at our watches. Yes, in a swift car we might just be in time to cut the train off at M fifty miles away ...

Published: Wednesday 01 September 1915
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 886 | Page: 20 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter 

ON GERMAN HUMOUR

... the Daily Mail as a pretty incident, sent an orderly to her with a present of a basket of vegetables culled from her own kitchen garden And it seems the dear thoughtful old gentleman was dreadfully upset and annoyed when his orderly returned in a hurry ...

Published: Wednesday 22 March 1916
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 929 | Page: 27, 28 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter 

IN ENGLAND-NOW!

... keen interest in these minor matters every one's so tremendously on edge about what's going to happen down Last now that Kitchener's got there. JJv the way, war time's a funny time, isn't it, for chroniqucs scandaleuses Such a lot of the other kind you'd ...

Published: Wednesday 17 November 1915
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1858 | Page: 14, 15, 16 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter 

A WEEKLY LETTER

... lingerie, flowers, furniture, antiques, hats, Paris frocks, motor cars, pianos, billiard-tables, jewellery, etc., etc. And Lord Kitchener's busy sister in command of the Women's Signalling Corps just to remind us, faintly, that there is a war and that times are ...

Published: Wednesday 07 June 1916
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2207 | Page: 8, 9, 10 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter 

IN ENGLAND-NOW!

... a shilling with every spoonful takes I the last remnant of one's appetite clean away. r v hen it is that I flee from the kitchen and from 1 the cook, who expects me to produce eggs as by magic and fresh ideas for tasty dishes that cost 2 \d. with unfailing ...

Published: Wednesday 03 January 1917
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2463 | Page: 10, 11, 12 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter 

IN ENGLAND-NOW!: A WEEKLY LETTER

... what it's like. Bring me the dearest. A magnum It was brought. Now a pail, said the diner. No, not an ice-pail. An ordinary kitchen-pail. Alarms, excursions, whis perings, pointings. Finally the pail was brought. S4. Then, with everyone in the place now ...

Published: Wednesday 13 December 1916
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2142 | Page: 7, 8, 10 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter