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STONES�� SPIRIT MERCHANTS, BEER DEALERS, MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURERS LONG CAUSEWAY A TOWLSR ST.. PETERBORO’.

STONES’ SPIRIT MERCHANTS, BEER DEALERS, MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURERS LONG CAUSEWAY A TOWLSR ST.. PETERBORO’.

November 6, 1901 - Peterborough Advertiser - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
AN IMMENSE VARIETY OF LOVELY FURS

AN IMMENSE VARIETY OF LOVELY FURS

which captivate the eve at first sight. Every article MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, a fact which oar Friends arc well aware of.” HOUSEHOLD LINENS arc, I understand also a feature THE BURLINGTON STORES. Yes, in that line are showing a Colossal Stock—the finest and best, the most relia
November 6, 1901 - Peterborough Advertiser - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
SECOND HALF OF PARCEL.

SECOND HALF OF PARCEL.

1898 CHATEAU GRUAUD-LAROSE-SARGET.
November 6, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IRISH WHISKEY.

IRISH WHISKEY.

JAS. SHOOLBRED and CO. have secured small parcel John Jameson's Old Iri»h Whifikey. has been laying in the same vaults since 1882, and is in exceptionally good condition, and has a perfect flavour. Whiskey of this age and quality is very difficult to procure, J. S. and Co. have
November 6, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. BEECHAM’S PILLS

WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. BEECHAM’S PILLS

November 6, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TTIURNISHED APARTMENTS. LET, -C front and BACK DINING ROOM, with full home comforts ; well recommended.—Apply 2, James st., Paddington,

TTIURNISHED APARTMENTS. LET, -C front and BACK DINING ROOM, with full home comforts ; well recommended.—Apply 2, James st., Paddington,

W. Myrtle cottage, west Luiworth, to let,' FURNISHED i (mile era, miles Wool ilation; 1 tilting, 3 bedrooms, piaao, kitchen range, •cnllery, garden, earth-closet.
November 6, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SAFEST. THE BEST.

THE SAFEST. THE BEST.

Lockyers sulphur hair restorer. THE SOREST. THE MONICO, *«. REGENT-STREET, and 19, SHA FTESBURT-nVENUE, W. RENAISSANCE SALOON and BANQUETING HALLS NOW OPEN. SCALA ORCHESTRA during the day. DINNER bt. and 7s. Cd. and a Carte. LUNCHEON, Ss. SUPPER, 3s. Cd. Arthur tooth and sons an
November 6, 1901 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PAUL.

PAUL.

Market Gardeners and Farmers will glad knew that William Mitchell and Son. Mount’s Hay Stores. Penzance, and Lelant. have secured good lot Duke of Yorks and from • ton. Boston, and other dis{.’• a. on"t**i! * the ri e. can compete Srn,—With referenc© to the trouble the Burial Bo
November 6, 1901 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
ASSOCIATION.

ASSOCIATION.

LEAGUE: FIRST DIVISION. Wanderers 3 goals ; Newcastle United 1. Wolverhampton WonJoers, goals; Grimsby, none. Derby Conr.ty, I goal ; Notis Forest, 1. Evert on. I goal; 6toke. none, lira: b, gpal ; Bory. none. Sooderlaod, 3 goals ; Blackburn Rovers, 2. Liverpool, 3 goals ; Vanch
November 6, 1901 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
'C-lilXg' aave/j ndicu} Tea. A Perfect Tea. < Has the significance of the name Ceyltndo ’* ever occurred to you

'C-lilXg' aave/j ndicu} Tea. A Perfect Tea. < Has the significance of the name Ceyltndo ’* ever occurred to you

? j is a combination of the; words “Ceylon” and “India,’’; and is indicative of the two great Tea producing regions of the British Empire, whence the sup- ; plies of this world-famed Tea are derived. A fitting testimonial to its intrinsic worth is supplied by its triumph over al
November 6, 1901 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England