NATURE'S HANDIWORK.|1910-04-02|Denbighshire Free Press - Welsh Newspapers Online
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Ruthin Military Ball.

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Ruthln Rural District ) Council.

- Ruthin Board of GuapdlanSf

NATURE'S HANDIWORK.

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NATURE'S HANDIWORK. The down upon the peach or plum is so deli* cate and so thickly set that one cannot touch the fruit with a needle's point without break- ing the tender stalk, and yet the dew of the night covers the whole surface of the fruit and disappears in the morning, leaving the gossamer growth more orderly and beautiful than before. The dew covers every leaf of the giant oak, and the mighty tree drinks in the refreshing moisture to its thirsty heart through millions of pores, and the iron trunk. that has withstood a thousand storms, is made stronger by the gentle strength of the dew. The silent fall of the dew is caused and con- trolled by agencies of the most tremendous power the same power which shakes a whole continent with its subterranean thunder is the same as that which encircles the finest filament of thistledown with a coronet of dewy gems so small that they do not bend the deli- cate stalks with their weight.

AN INTERESTING WAIF.

THE BEGINNING OF IRON.

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Amateur Theatricals at Llandyrnog.

Farewell Concept.

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LOCAL WINNERS AT CONWAY HORSE…

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- 1DENBIGH TOWN COUNCIL.

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CONCERNING THE DIAMOND.

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RUSSIA'S TOO-GREAT EMPIRE.…

USES AND VALUE OF CHARCOAL.

NICE DISHES.

- Local Lighting Table

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