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BOYS’, TOUTHS’, & MEN’S SUITS FOR SUMMER. BEFORE YOU DO 80, LOOK J. H. Bailey's Window, 22, 24. 26, New-st. You will there hod Splendid Selection from the FINEST MAKERS IN THE COUNTRY, Wonderfully Low Prioce; all made from tbo moat durable and soundest cloths procurable, and out
June 29, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
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June 29, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
C. J. E. BROCOUTON

C. J. E. BROCOUTON

IF yoa stand in front of the Chronicle” Office, looking up WelUocton-st.. you will Holdea • Cbennst'e Shop, where you can procure •* BotUe" Linimeat and Pills, Miafc. Feb., Lane Cure, *• Pom-Pom, ’’and ** Mesbine” I'lvparurions. for esa, woman. eJiUd. horse, cattle, poultry, and
June 29, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
DEATH OF MISS WENTWORTH OF WOOLLEY PARK.

DEATH OF MISS WENTWORTH OF WOOLLEY PARK.

There died Woolley Hall, on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Anno Wentworth, one of the last direct representatives of very old county family. Miss Wentworth, who was 72 years of age. had boon in delicate health for some time, but was able to take outdoor exercise so recently Saturday. S
June 29, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
VOLUNTBIBRS’ CHURCH PARADE. SERVICE AT BARFIELD.

VOLUNTBIBRS’ CHURCH PARADE. SERVICE AT BARFIELD.

VOLUNTBIBRS’ CHURCH PARADE. SERVICE BARFIELD. Tb® BsrnMor and of lb® 2nd Volunteer Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment attended servioe Barfield Handaj morning last. Inoluding officer* and men, the master was 300 strong. The Barnsley detachment marched oat way Stairfoot and und
June 29, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
LESSONS OP THE WAR.

LESSONS OP THE WAR.

M. Bloch, the eminent Russian statesman, lecturing Loudon on the lessons of the Sooth African war, said the campaign hud proved that the progress in tho art of war during last ten years Had greater than that which bad taken ploc** since the invention, of gunpowder. No other army
June 29, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
Accidents of all Kinds, RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY, [lnsured against. THEFT INSURANCE AND FIDELITY BONDS granted by the RAILWAY PASSENGERS’

Accidents of all Kinds, RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY, [lnsured against. THEFT INSURANCE AND FIDELITY BONDS granted by the RAILWAY PASSENGERS’

ASSURANCE COMPANY. EsiaUisfiad 1848. Claim? paid £4800,000. 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. A. VIAN, Secretary. Messrs JAS. POTTS SON, 26, Sandhill, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
June 7, 1901 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
THE PUBLIC PARK.

THE PUBLIC PARK.

The Clerk read this report as follows : The question of allowing bands in the park on Sundays was further considered, and the committee recommend that bands be not allowed to play in the park on Sundays. An application by the Walker Park Bowling Club for use of No. 1 Bowling Gre
June 7, 1901 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England
 
JAKKOW—Monday. [Before Aid. Dickinson (in the chair) and Aid. Handyside.] DRUNKENNESS. Eliza McDougall and Mary Marshall were each fined 2s.

JAKKOW—Monday. [Before Aid. Dickinson (in the chair) and Aid. Handyside.] DRUNKENNESS. Eliza McDougall and Mary Marshall were each fined 2s.

fid. and costs for simple drunken•oess —Sergeant Morton and P.C. Joyce gave evidence. Hugh Barron for being drunk and disorderly on the 25th ult., was fined 20s. and costs; William Kelly, for like offence on the 27th ult., was fined 10s. and costs.—P.C. Fordy gave evidence in bo
June 7, 1901 - Jarrow Express - Jarrow, Durham, England