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Volunteers plan carnival

Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 28, 1948

Volunteer firemen of the newly organized department of King County Fire Protection District No. 17 will stage their first annual dance and carnival Friday night. 173 more words

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Couzy Spur, Les Droites (IV,4, 5b,1100m).DNF.

Horizontal pellets of snow fired across my field vision looking like tracking lines on an old VHS as I stared desperately into the featureless black night. 801 more words

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Pure Indulgence : World's Most Expensive Ice-cream Scoop?

One Dubai cafe is offering an eye-wateringly expensive ice-cream scoop. Do you have a spare AED2,99 ? Well, if you do why not skip the diet and treat yourself to a scoop of ‘Black Diamond Sundae’ which is made up of rare black Italian truffles, Iranian saffron an 23-carat gold. 193 more words

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Burnett boxer ready for all comers

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, March 22, 1922

One camp or another is always boasting of having the cleverest boxers in the company. Being interested in anything that will promote clean sport—amateur sport, that is—among the men, the… 520 more words

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The coal fields of Washington

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, March 22, 1922

By Geo. Watkin Evans, consulting coal mining engineer, Seattle

The famous McKay coal seam, originally opened at Black Diamond, has either been mined, or traced continuously into the Ravensdale district, at which point it was originally mined some years ago. 510 more words

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Review: Ember Power Light

If you’ve ever read a list of packing suggestions, you know that a flashlight is a critical piece of safety gear whether you’re headed on safari, or a camping trip, or even staying in a five-star hotel. 379 more words

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