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... of the fragrant weed. Among those who have never smoked, or who advise total abstinence from tobacco, aro General Booth, Thomas Hardy, Lord Rayleigh, Dr. W. G. Grace. Professor Sayce, Henry Arthur Jones, Sit William Ramsey, Mr. Beerbohm Tree. Sir H. H. ...

Published: Friday 30 July 1909
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 3421 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

ROSLIN

... one of his legs. It sppe.irs that he was working in a pit at Rosewelt,and a stone from the roof fell on Another miner, Thomas Hardy by name, residing in High Street, Idusselburgh. was also brought to the Infirmary suffering from severe injuries. He was ...

Published: Saturday 08 September 1906
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 82 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE ENGLISH NOVEL

... THE ENGLISH NOVEL In his concluding lecture in the series ou the Hagfish Novel. Mr Harvey Wood discussed the work of Thomas Hardy. 'this novelist was not, the lecturer said, as had often been stated, an atheist, but lie believed • malign evil unfriendly ...

Published: Friday 22 March 1940
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 181 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

WHERE CATS WERE HONOURED

... Budapest, has left his whole fortune to the one of two bosom friends who displays the greatest sorrow at his bereavement. Mr. Thomas Hardy. who was an architect before he became a novelist. has prepared plans for the erection of a tower and spire for Holy Trinity ...

Published: Friday 30 April 1909
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 347 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

SISTER ROSANNE

... ly only • little band. In his feeling for the country and treatment of rural scenes and character he often recalls Mr. Thomas Hardy. He writes with an admirable restraint, and develops his stories with extreme care. It would have been easy for a less ...

Published: Friday 10 February 1911
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 430 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE VALUE OF HEATHER

... be the Hardy Tower, master. The Hardy Tower? I echoed, for I bail heard that the world-famed novelist was scarcely appreciated, like all prophets, in his own country. What Hardy ? I don't know, master, but the writing on it 'aye, Thomas ...

Published: Friday 07 June 1912
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 762 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

London, S.E

... found the advert of the telegiaph messenger extremely t•'irrulating. Vince times I have found him very depressing. Mr. Thomas Hardy has just edited come of the poems of William Barnes, a cireuntstanue which recalls a pretty little romance. Harness was ...

Published: Saturday 27 February 1909
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 692 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

CHAT. Mr. Hilaire Mao*, 11. P., though Britoil' subject, bM tine the Frrue[ Mr. Edwin Bale. R. 1.. hww retired

... by all human beings with the pen of a master; George Eliot. for Mrs. Meade admires her great intellectual qualities; and Thomas Hardy, especially in his early hoots. he is the prophet of nature—nature in the field. nature on the moor, nature as regards ...

Published: Saturday 06 April 1907
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1375 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

r...~ .. _ EPITOME OF NEWS. Yr. Lloyd George has started on a motor tour in the south of France

... caanot Ind any reason for • change of policy. Bitten by • dog which was said to have a great antipathy for postmen. George Thomas Hardy. a Fulham postman. was awarded £l5 damages at `est London County-court against the owner. Mr. A. Parlanti, bronze mould ...

Published: Friday 09 January 1914
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1344 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

FROM OFFICER TO ?MUTE STORY OF MAN WRO WAS JANDOOS TO MT

... due to his strong desire to join the force in Fromm. it appears that be came to this country and enlisted. in the ham! of Thomas Hardy, into the Battsion Queen's Royal lest Surrey 7-Regiment. While serving wit% this battalion as a private be was tilled In ...

Published: Friday 13 August 1915
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 274 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE WESSEX NOVELS

... and Far from the Madding Crowd, are the first two volumes published in the new and definite Edition of the works of Mr. Thomas Hardy . in prose and verse, with Preface, and Notes. The Wessex Edition will be completed in twenty volumes, prier 7s. rid. net ...

Published: Friday 26 April 1912
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 275 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

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... TUk HOUSE IN THE loth JULY. *milky am! Weilueoday.—Tho Powerful Film Of The D'Urbervilles. to eve Act.). the Novel by Thomas Hardy. Exclusive SYLVIA (JULY het), Tab COMPLICACY CILATAAL feet). Thurailits.—The Wrest Nesi Eastern Serial. TUN PUILPLE ...

Published: Friday 07 July 1916
Newspaper: Midlothian Advertiser
County: West Lothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 393 | Page: 1 | Tags: none