WHITSUNTIDE. NEW GOODS IN AEL DEPARTMENTS AND gIDOWICK’S, THE POPULAR DRAPERS, STOCKTON-ON-TEES. • SPEAKING ..

... THE POPULAR DRAPERS, STOCKTON-ON-TEES. • SPEAKING ONES MIND.*' SPEAK IT! TELL I LET EVERYBODY KNOW WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT A¥J 1¥ V ¥¥ TEA. Make up your mind U*te. M-J ¥ A ¥¥ ¥ ONE-AND- SEVEN INIMITABLE TEA. Speak your mind concerning It. EAGLE TEA WARISIIOUSE ...

THE ART OF SPEAKING

... ultimate In ill success. The moment they try to speak, all tlseir asfeelings, thoughts, facts, and purposes, either crowd to the tongue or fly altogether, and leave it d.utterly bankrupt of words. Those who can speak r asdo 'not often hring credit on the gift ...

SPEAK GENTLY TO THE ERRING

... SPEAK GENTLY TO THE ERRING. SPEAK gently to the erring- Ye know not all the power With which the dark temptation came In some unguarded hour: Ye may not know how earnestly They struggled, or how well, Until the hour of weakness came, And sadly thus they ...

SINGING AND SPEAKING

... SINGING AND SPEAKING. BY ALFRED AUGUSTUS NoRmT. London: North's Academy, 23, York-place, Portman-square, W. A Practical Guide for Training Singers and Speakers is what Professor North's new book pur- ports to be. The author claims that his method ...

Published: Saturday 17 June 1899
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1500 | Page: 20 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

SPEAK A GOOD WORD, OR SAY NOTHING AT ALL

... SPEAK A GOOD WORD, OR SAY NOTHING AT ALL. There's a species of slander abroad in the world, Against a good neighbour, oh! frequently hurl'd, Not always with nmalico, with envy, or spite, Yet fatal to friendship, good feeling, and right. Remember-and fail ...

MB. GLADSTONE SPEAKING THE TBUTH

... MB. GLADSTONE SPEAKING THE TBUTH Mr. Gladstone is evidently of opinion that young men are endowed with a power of swallow- ] ing falsehoods denied tooldermen. His speech at the Eighty Club on Tuesday was, he took pains to show, addressed to his young ...

SEQUAH SPEAKS

... I C;SEQUAH SPEAKS. I | rnder this esiking headingwe pblisb stead vet. tisent to-day which is likely to attract consider- able attention in this city and neighbourhood. Modern ingenuity and experience have proved almadantly that whatever appeals to the ...

MR. CARL ROSA SPEAKS

... MR. CARL ROSA SPEAKS. At the Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, a perform. ance of The Star of the North brought the Carl Rosa two months' opera season to a close last Saturday night the house being then crowded to its fullest limits. At the end of the second ...

Published: Saturday 02 March 1889
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 570 | Page: 8 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

WHO FEARS TO SPEAK OF ’4B?*

... WHO FEARS TO SPEAK OF ’4B?* Admirers of Maurus J6kai will enjoy reading the translation of ‘A KOzzivQ Ember Fiai,” which literally means The Sons of the Stonyhearted Man.” J6kai is always enjoyable ; apart from the lire and colour of his imagination, ...

Sunday's Journal des DebaU speaks with a milder tone upon the Swiss question. In this change its conduct ..

... Sunday's Journal des DebaU speaks with a milder tone upon the Swiss question. In this change its conduct resembles that of the limes, which has given over thundering for the Sonderbund to discover that '.he victorious party of Swiss comprise a threat ...

AGRICULTURAL REVIEW. Aberdeen, Friday. The state of matters, meteorologically speaking, is really becoming ..

... AGRICULTURAL REVIEW. Aberdeen, Friday. The state of matters, meteorologically speaking, is really becoming serious. Here we are with St Patrick’s Day behind us, and large tracts of country still covered with snow ; turnips, in many cases, daily deteriorating ...

PLAIN SPEAKING.*

... chapter about Capri, another about St. Cloud; and one very short story. 'The title, Plain Speaking, applies naturally to the social essays, Plain speaking is generally understood to mean calling a spade a spade, and a very unpleasant sort of thing ...