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THE HAPPY MAN., [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
THE HAPPY MAN, :'r .•Two men sat iii-'ihc lobby of an hotel the other nigfit, arguing vocifer ously, ..wjiile. a third man smoking'a long and costly cigar;, i^ened to the , argument with a aalm, / comfortable, > serene air. ' ' The argument was about happiness. The men claimed, for "different rea sons, that it was impossible-to-"1 be per fectly happy—or, as one of -them put it: ■ . _ , . • "No faUfble'hiaman "being"is capable of so forgetting1 life's trials and, tribu lations, or so withdrawing, so to' say, frpm liis defective mortai'fentity, as to .become po^pietely,.^possessed, 'fiV.eii; :ior-d moment, with a- sense_.pf perfect ■happiness." • •) . ' -The speaker .turned-'io' ftie man who ■ was smoking the long, expensive cigar ■ ;so comfortably 'V „ I I "Don't you agree to that,-sir?" he asked. >■ ■ ,■ ! Tlie other flicked .off. liis> ash, with a chuckle. ■ i'' '• - ! "&lt;i9i)tlemen,".;he said, "'I am .perfect ly. .lwiRpy ncR«.";>i.j •' "AVli'at!" .scried-thie...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward. Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD By Li! T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand," etc. 1'nMished by arrangement with Ward. Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXII. ivext day Sheila Danvers was very ill—really ill for the lirst time in hor life. Shamus O'Doyle reUirnoil in a whirl of excitement, ready to say and do everything for the girl he adorc-J, but Sheila did not know him, and not only the neighboring doctor was fetched, but the best opinion in Cork was hastily summoned'. The girl was suffering from high l'ever brought jn by shock, and exposure. How such a thing could have happened 110 oiio could, tell, although Sheila in all her wanderings kept talking constanrly about a Mrs. .Murphy, who told nor to keep in the grounds, and then 01' a ' womijn who wore a long black cloak ■' and., black bonnet; hut these ram ^ ., blings were supposed to be due to .!» lirium, and the poor Squire, Shamus and the vest of the household were be side themselves with grief...
A FORGOTTEN PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
; | A FORGOTTEN PAST. , By H. J. BICKLE. %JU;. !• _ • ,; The Coronation .Theatre was pack: ed from stalls to gallery with a vast audience whose absorbed attention seemed fixed almost breathlessly upon the stage. A big scene waa in pro gress, a scene handled with fine dra matic skill, a situation that thrilled the house. It was the first night of a new play, the first appearance of a new actress, and both were creating a wonderful impression. And now, in this tense, dramatic moment, when the woman on the stage, a. tragic figure, with pale face and haunting eyes, stood battling with a crisis in her life, the picture that she made lived in the 'memory long after. At the end of the last act the cur tain waB lifted again and again; ap plause, long sustained, echoed through the btildii-g; an extraordinary scene of enthusiasm prevailed. She cam' - in answer to that clamor ous can ?.nd bo wad her thanks many tinies—Iris Wolde, the new dramatic star, a, new queen of the stage, who had conque...
Incomplete. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
Incomplete. A clergyman's wife recently' ad dressed a meeting o£ slum house'wifes on their home duties. The address made the home life seem-very .fine and ideal.' ,. ^ . One housewife present,. fypwerar, said the vicar's wife did'not lgO enough to help lier. Said she: - • "She's all right as far as she goes; ■ hut w,hat .I'd; like to ask is this: What .-would she do if. the old vicar came home, on pay .night with his .envelope empty, 'and''wanted.-to fight her?" :?•
A Hint. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
A Hint. "Dearest," he babbled, "the very stars shine in your eyes; the ruby iridesces in your lips; tin; lily palely rests upon your brow; the sun throws out its light-shafts from your tresses; the " "Wait a minute, Clarence," she in terrupted, "what I really want you to see is a diamond flashing from, my third finger on my left hand, and some day I want to hear a gold band play ing there..Now go 011 with your gush!"
PUNISHMENT OF GUILTY. IRISH PARTY'S DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
PUNISHMENT OF GUILTY. IRISH PARTY'S DEMAND. A meeting of the Irish Party was held in tho Housp of Commons yesterday. The following resolution was adopted:— "While holding police officers, who put troops in motion, primarily responsible* for loss of life 011 Sunday, this oarty pledges itself to insist upon fnll and fair lnvestieation and tho punishment, of tho grniltv." The party also insists on the immedwtet abrosralion of the proclamation prohibit— it; the importation of arms.
A Smart Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
A Smart Boy. A country sergeant, anxious for a case, one day left on patrol. On his way he met a cow and a calf grazing on the roadside. In the distance he saw a little boy coming along. The sergeant stopped him, and said: "Tell me, my good boy, do you know who owns this cow and calf?" "No, sir," said .the little boy; "I don't know who owns the cow; but 1 know who owns the calf." t "Who?" said the sergeant. "I should say the cow, sir."
THE DUBLIN TRAGEDY. FUNERAL OF VICTIMS LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
THE DUBLIN TRAGEDY. FU'NKUA L OF VICTIMS LONDON, Wc*l|nwJ«r«. Impressive scenes woiu witiifMOT «= •Dublin to-day when tlie victim* of.tha 'affray on Sunday we buned p W»» jirevin Cemetery. ' , , Two hundrrd thousand pors^ns aUotfil ■e«l tie interment. The ciowds stood bare jliendod a* tho corti'KO pa^sod along Ui« .street# aJ»d the only sounds to bo hearty jtrere the bands playing tno fnueniE •marches. , A meeting of the Nationalist. members"' of the House of Commons ww held to-day at the Hou.se of Commonn. The meeting derided that the Nation alists would not oppose the second redo ing of the Home Rnle Bill, providing thafc &lt;JrasUc amendments were made to th» measure during the Committee stag©.
Made Up in Quantity. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
Made Up in Quantity. An old woman, who had grown grey and bent in the service ot the family who had raised her from childhood, was not gifted with an over-abundance of grey matter, and her mistakes and queer ideas furnished much amuse ment to those about her. One day a Yorkshire pudding that si e had made for dinner did not seem quite as it should be, and the mistress called Eunice and said, "What is the matter with the pudding, Eunice? Did " you make it in the usual way?" "Yesm'm," said Eunice. 'Mow many eggs did you put in it?" "Six." "Six!" exclaimed the mistress; "why, the recipe only calls for four!" "Yesm'm, I know," said Eunice; "but they werent very good, so I put in more of 'em."
Quick Exit. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
Quick Exit. A man who liad been very penuri ous (lied and sought admission at the pearly gate's. "What have you ever done," asked St. Peter, "that I should let you in?" "Once," said the man, "I met an old woman who was hungry and gave her twopence." "Gabriel, is that 011 the records?" "Yes, St. Peter." "What else have you done?" "Once I gave a frozen newsboy a penny." "Is that on the record, Gabriel?" "Yes, St. Peter." "What else have you done?" "I can't recollect anythiug else just now." "Gabriel, what do you think we ought to do with this fellow?" "Oh, give him back his three cop pers and tell liim to go back to the other place."
The Happy Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
The Happy Hour. Mr. Bently (in the heat of passion): There's not a single hour in the day when our home is perfectly happy. .Airs. Bently: Oh, yes, there is, dear! Mr. Bently: I'd like to know when ic comes in, then. Mrs. Bently: It always comes in just after you have gone out. Needless to say, the happy hour started at once.
The Irish Situation. PROSPECTS OF AGREEMENT. EFFECT OF EUROPEAN CRISIS. ELECTION DEMAND ABANDONED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
Ttii lris& Sltaatloq. ? PROSPECTS OF AGREEMENT. EFFECT OF EU ROPEAN CRISIS. ELECTION DEMAND ABANDONED. LONDON^Tliursday.. J.lie debute in the ilouse of Commons oir the Amending Home Kule Bill is awaited with keen interest. It in widely believed that an agreement is close at hand, as members of the Housu are deeply impressed with tlio seriousness, of tile European crisis. Earl l'lymouth, speaking in Glamor ganshire, said that, strongly as they con— ilemned the Government, the European jsitnatiori prevented the Opposition any (longer demanding a general election. Thti lEmpiro itself might be endangered iff Itlie.y did not hold together and support the Minister directing foreign affairs. The "Times" says that the claim for * general election cannot be entertained fer tile tiiuo being.#
Not His Fault. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
Not His Fault. JJidn t I tell you the hist time you were here,'' said the magistrate stern ly to the prisoner who had been cele brating not wisely hut too well, "that 1 never wanted you to come before me again?" "Yes? sir," replied the prisoner, "but I couldn't make the prisoner believe it."
ROKEWOOD. MEMORIAL TABLET ONVEILED. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
ROKEWOOD. MEMORIAL TABLET ON VEILED. A special service was-h i ' in the Presbyterian Obd»ch' on Sunday in connection witli th * tinv iling of the memorial to th**J.ite MrB Thomas Rn»»?tl. The R ▼. Joh» Walker, of BdHarat, ctfnduotedthe service.' Th« tablet h as (he fol lowing inscription :—" la loving memory of Anna Louisa .ftjdfwii, wife of Thomas Russell, of * Wflr rook.' Born at Hotert. Ta«nania. Married 23rd Augaat, I860. Died at Haremere, Sa^ x, England, J4i:h April, 1913. Who w>)rehipped In this charch. This tatolet '»-erected by her husband and -children. Blessed are the dead which 4ie in the Lord." CHURCH OP ENGLAND. At a congregational meeting h«ld at Christ Chmch the balance-sheet was sabmitted l y tbe Fecrotary, Mr 0. W. Stan brook, for the 18 months ended 30th Jane, 1911. Ii contain ed, amongst, other items', a sta'ement " that the last poster fair realised £56 183." Tbe f - lowing members of the chnrch wei e appni11ted a com mittee for the ei suing year, v z. : — Dr ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
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