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AUTUMN, 1901. THE BARNSLEY FURNISHING CO., 25-Sheffield Road-25 BARNSLEY, AND LOCAL BRANCH 9—ST ATI ON-ROAD—9 W OMBWELL, Bog to inf

AUTUMN, 1901. THE BARNSLEY FURNISHING CO., 25-Sheffield Road-25 BARNSLEY, AND LOCAL BRANCH 9—ST ATI ON-ROAD—9 W OMBWELL, Bog to inf

arm the Public that they hare got their SPACIOUS SHOW-ROOMS replete with the Aatamn Stock Chippendale Suites, Chippendale Suites, Upholetered in Silk, Broca telle, Genoa, Frieze, Embossed, and other Velvets. Chippendale Cabinets, Chippendale Cabinets. Inohuive Resigns the above*
November 16, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
TBN CENT. DISCOUNT

TBN CENT. DISCOUNT

CENT. DISCOUNT allowed. Angel-stre«t, Market-pl^ce, and The Arcade, WEDDING Cake Onument'*, Wedding Cake Wholesale and Retail, TonifinaoD’a n-jtaJ CaAbdhnp. 13. Quecn-atreet. VIEWS Barnaloy, Stainbro', and Wentworth; Pbotogrupha, 7 64. bound in taacy co«iT,for - Omoa. IF yon stan
November 16, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
QUESTIONS 0» STAWW.

QUESTIONS 0» STAWW.

Mr. Kenworthy said he had received complaints from some of the parents at Common that their boys the upper standards were making improvement; indeed, his own boy was making no progress.—The Chairman : How you account for that P—Mr. Kenworthy : ion have only owe teacher for Stand
November 16, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
TRIBUTES TO THE DEPABTED.

TRIBUTES TO THE DEPABTED.

On Sunday a naM maatiag **• memben of the BarnSley Radical lahem Club was held in the © room tha dtth/* premises in Market street. *lll© object the gathering was to pass rote of condolaaee with the widow and family of the club’s )ata president, Hr. Jamas Birtlea. Hr. Edwanl Fere
November 16, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BADSWORTH HOUNDS. E AIN AT LAST! A 'WHUOOMB DOWNPOUR. STATS OF THE RSBBHTOXB AT

THE BADSWORTH HOUNDS. E AIN AT LAST! A 'WHUOOMB DOWNPOUR. STATS OF THE RSBBHTOXB AT

THE BADSWORTH HOUNDS. AIN AT LAST! A 'WHUOOMB DOWNPOUR. STATS OF THE RSBBHTOXB AT INGBIROH WORTH. A break in the lone period of drought has length taken place, and a great weight of aazkly has beer hem thousands people who feared we ware almost fane to face with a water famine. T
November 16, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
B=-THE tBASNSraT CBSOMCLEi SATURDAY, NOYEMJBER 16. 190 L

B=-THE tBASNSraT CBSOMCLEi SATURDAY, NOYEMJBER 16. 190 L

B=-THE CBSOMCLEi SATURDAY, NOYEMJBER 16. 190 L Mr. wfai pleaded not ud Ootobor, imd *<*■ the only difference being that tiracora-delendant acted bookmaker irimsaif. was fined £lO and costs for each of the an the licence be eodoraetL UA-goverwor Yorkshire he-was oast aatiw workers
November 16, 1901 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW DEPARTMENT

NEW DEPARTMENT

A Large and complete Stock of LATEST TOYS AND GAMES
November 16, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
TIMBER SLATES

TIMBER SLATES

OEMENT. THE DEyON TRADING Co-, Ltd., Have juafe discharged Cargoes of London Cement, Welsh $ French Blue Slates, Deals. Battens, Prepared Flooring Boards, Match Boards, sc. #cp - .pp; Slatioa oo aDplication the Comnaoy's OlBces, either NEWTON ABBOT, Fnoeedeliverea any otatiea DA
November 16, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
HIE EAST AND SOUTH DEVON ADVERTISER. (From ��� The World.”)

HIE EAST AND SOUTH DEVON ADVERTISER. (From “ The World.”)

HIE EAST AND SOUTH DEVON ADVERTISER. (From The World.”) The King will himself hold most of next year’s Levees at Bt. James’s Palace, and the others will be held by the Prince of Wales, representative of his Majesty. In allowing Captain Ponsonby to go out to South Africa with his
November 16, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
NEWTON FOOTBALL NOTES

NEWTON FOOTBALL NOTES

Newton did not come to general eipeot.iion* in their encounter wi'h Argyle and to a c.rtalo extant were rather disappointing. Going away the start with fast rushes they rais- d the spirit* oi taeir supporters to th»*ir highest pitch, woo looked upon their team as in for easy tim
November 16, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England