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THE BANBUEI PEOPLES’ DRAPER AND GLOTHISB,

THE BANBUEI PEOPLES’ DRAPER AND GLOTHISB,

THE PEOPLES’ DRAPER AND GLOTHISB, 53 and 54, Parsons’ Street, Banbury.
July 26, 1902 - Banbury Beacon - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
ROYAL LIVER FRIENDLY SOCIETY, CHIEF OFFICES: PBESCOT STREET, LIVERPOOL. ACCUMULATED FUNDS, £2,OCX),OCX), The Property of the Members. PAID IN CLAIMS

ROYAL LIVER FRIENDLY SOCIETY, CHIEF OFFICES: PBESCOT STREET, LIVERPOOL. ACCUMULATED FUNDS, £2,OCX),OCX), The Property of the Members. PAID IN CLAIMS

NEARLY £7.000,000 (SEVEN MILLIONS). IT IS THE BEST SOCIETY OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD. 4W.. AGENTS WANTED—WHOLE OR SPARE TIME. Apply to MASCOBD, District Agent, 19, Broad Street.
July 26, 1902 - Banbury Beacon - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS.

SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS.

Ibt Tima coireipoodent at Johannesburg dis•bhm Um prating problem of the scarcity of labour fa tba naw colonies. Labour is wanted, not only far the nines, but also tor railway construction, public works, and ri cultural pursuits. The experiment of employing unskilled white labou
July 26, 1902 - Banbury Beacon - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BORWICK’S

BORWICK’S

July 26, 1902 - Banbury Beacon - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Stop and think.

Stop and think.

Nature alwa. when anything body. If pain attac think what it' Do you realist work the kidneys that every drop the kidneys hnnd day, to be filtered It is nnfiltered backaches, headaci nervousness, heart disease- It poisor the whole systeu. Are your kidm blood properly Backache Ki
July 26, 1902 - Banbury Beacon - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
DEDDINOTON.

DEDDINOTON.

Hospital Sunday. —Sunday was observed as Hospital Sunday for friendly societies Deddington. The members of the following clubs met at the schools at 2.30, and, having paraded the town headed by the Town Band, attended divine service: The Old Deddington 6.F. Institution, the Fore
July 26, 1902 - Banbury Beacon - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE FRENCH IN TUNIS.

THE FRENCH IN TUNIS.

Paris, July 22. Replying yesterday evening to several toasts proposed at a punch given in his honour_by the French residents of Bizerta, M. Pichon, the French Resident-General in Tunis, described the importance of Bizerta the shield and bulwark of Tunis, as a pledge of peace in
July 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
‘BEESWING’

‘BEESWING’

Flaked Flaked Flaked
July 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO LET.

TO LET.

TO be LET, FURNISHED, from August 1, for 5 or 6 weeks, (Kent), Charming Old Manor HOUSE, in Oldfashioned grounds; large hall, reception rooms, U< bed rooms; drainage certified; good stabling; tenuis and croquet lawns; 3 miles from station; 1 huqr minutes from London; good tiain
July 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

T\TEW LANCHESTEII CAR for HIRE; good hill Xa climber: seats 5 persons, inclnding driver; experienced driver provided; suitable tor shooting season in Scotian-i; room for gun cns»s ; early application necessary .—Apply Motor Carriage Company, 13, Uegent-stroct (first floor), Lona
July 22, 1902 - Globe - London, London, England