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TOGETHER

... WHO thinks to-day for self and self alone Who thinks to-day for self and not for England Who be he prince, priest, penman, orator, Captain of Industry, Trade Unionist, Labourer with his hands ...

Published: Friday 09 November 1928
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 813 | Page: Page 2, 3 | Tags: Poem 

Well Said

... Well Sail At sixteen a woman prefers the best dancer in the room; at two and twenty the best talker; at thirty the richest man.-- Punch, 1862. Men have died from time to time, and worms have eaten the ...

a ROOM of THEIR OWN

... it ROOM of THEIR OWN Illustrations by K. FLETCHER They' '11 sleep the sounder, play and work more happily in rooms that fit their personality, give them scope to express themselves, space for treasure ...

Had he the gift of tongues . .

... Had he fj the gift of ^^t o n g u e s cWh Words follow thoughts, but to name the words of love takes generosity and courage two qualities, above all, that women ask for in men un by x MARTHA 5; BLOUNT ...

Published: Wednesday 01 February 1956
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 790 | Page: Page 26, 27 | Tags: Illustrations  Poem 

Piccadilly Circus

... Kaleidoscopic lights, a blaze of^sigas And sounds that mingle In a jostling crowd. An ever-throbbing pageantry of Lifer That pauses not But. swiftly moves along Down the long years i ...

Tea..

... Ton I wl By MARY DELANE IF you were to think that a Tea Blender is a gentleman in a white coat taking leaves out of one tea chest and adding them to another to achieve a pungent flavour you would be ...

LITTLE GEORGETTE

... (With apologies to A. A. Milne's Little Bo-Peep What have you done with your curls, Little Georgette What have you done with your curls, Georgette Toby, old thing, what fun, I've shin ...

TO THE MEN OF RYE

... By M. THACKERAY WALLER The ancient cry once more comes down the years j Which flags of Nelson fluttered to the brecre, And once again, to hearts and willing hands Entrusted is the Ho ...

Published: Friday 04 January 1929
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 151 | Page: Page 35 | Tags: Poem 

OMAR up to DATE

... jk OMAR up to. DATE A Rollicking Rnbaiyat translated from the English by Roddick Millar. I Awake I for Tommy, that Young Hope- ful bright, Has flung a Boot which puts the Stars in 10 Sight; V' t' And ...

Published: Friday 21 December 1928
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 903 | Page: Page 25, 26 | Tags: Illustrations  Poem 

Dainty Finger Tips

... BY A MANICURIST TfNCOURAGE the half-moons of Fhyour nails. The contrast between the dull white skin of the half-moon and the pink shade of the finger tip is the best way of enhancin ...

Published: Friday 14 December 1928
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 135 | Page: Page 62 | Tags: Poem 

EXILE

... I . X By Thora Slow ell. 5 ft I who loved a little house have wide ft ft rooms and quiet, ft ft I who loved a cottage garden, wide are ft 6 my lands, 6 ft I who had a busy day have long hours 0 f ...

Published: Friday 15 March 1929
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 183 | Page: Page 33 | Tags: Poem