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CARVING STUDIO, 38, SWINEGATE, GRANTHAM. WOOD CARVING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES TAUGHT. A CARVING CLASS is held the above address

CARVING STUDIO, 38, SWINEGATE, GRANTHAM. WOOD CARVING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES TAUGHT. A CARVING CLASS is held the above address

on Mondays and Wednesdays for Ladies, and < Tuesdays and Fridays for Gentlemen. LESSONS may be had by appointment. SETS OF TOOLS, DESIGNS, W OOD, ire* Supplied to Order. For full particulars, apply to F. G. PAWSON, 38, SWINEGATE, STANTONS SPECIAL CASH OFFERS OF HIGH-CLASS PROVIS
January 2, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
W. BARNES (Late & Middleton), GENERAL DRAPER. PRIVATE SHOWROOMS FOR MANTLES, MILLINERY, LADIES* UNDERCLOTHESG AND BABY LINEN. DRESSMAKING A SPECIALITY.

W. BARNES (Late & Middleton), GENERAL DRAPER. PRIVATE SHOWROOMS FOR MANTLES, MILLINERY, LADIES* UNDERCLOTHESG AND BABY LINEN. DRESSMAKING A SPECIALITY.

MARKET PLACE AND LEICESTER STREET* MELTON MOWBRAY. USE MACKINDER'S LAMB FOOD*) THE CREAM STOCK FOODS As used on the Royal Farms and by ihe most noted Stockmaaters. MACKINDER'S PORRIDGE MEAL. Unequalled Milk Substitute for Calves and Pigs. See Directions, Testimonials, and every
January 2, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
The death was announced on Tuesday, Me. George Gissiug, the novelist, at the early age fortysis, St. de-Luz. the bathing-pis

The death was announced on Tuesday, Me. George Gissiug, the novelist, at the early age fortysis, St. de-Luz. the bathing-pis

tha department f Bosses-Pyrenees. Gissing born vt'akefield, and educated Owens f Manchester.
January 2, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
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January 15, 1904 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
ALBERT HANSON & CO.,

ALBERT HANSON & CO.,

January 15, 1904 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
/ lA llll*lllb\ lAl - - 11 4-11- .M.111101 11115 I • DURABLE,NATIJR&L& UNSURPASSABLE On Vulcanite Platina and gold mountings.

/ lA llll*lllb\ lAl - - 11 4-11- .M.111101 11115 I • DURABLE,NATIJR&L& UNSURPASSABLE On Vulcanite Platina and gold mountings.

:Up-to-date Methods at Moderate Charges. 12 Dioxins GUARANTEE EVERY Gast. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. with or without Gas. ADVIL E FREE. Horns, 9 to 7-30. Repairs and alterations effected in a " minhutun of time at a minimum of cost. := Special repair department in charge of experienc
January 15, 1904 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
LONG WOOD.

LONG WOOD.

RELIT.II.S.—At the Mechanics Hall, on Wednesday evening, a pianofoits recital was given to a small audience by Mr. V. Calverley. Mr. Calverley played several appropriate selections, and songs were contributed by Miss Emily Berry and Mr. W. J. Gledhill. The accompanist was Mr. J.
January 15, 1904 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
GOLCAR. THE only Non-ueking Rubber Heels are Wilkimona Patent. Of all Shoemakers.

GOLCAR. THE only Non-ueking Rubber Heels are Wilkimona Patent. Of all Shoemakers.

—On Friday last, a lad named Arthur Brierley, about 14 years of age, son of Thomas Henry Brierley, of Head Wall, employed a I placer at Heath House Mills, got his right arm ' caught between the quadrant and the headstock of a spinning mule, with the result that the flesh of the
January 15, 1904 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
A TERRIFIC BLOW ON THE HEAD. LIVELY MIES AT LONGWOOD. Ll•x3 BE GOIN1:, THE ROAD IS CLEAR."

A TERRIFIC BLOW ON THE HEAD. LIVELY MIES AT LONGWOOD. Ll•x3 BE GOIN1:, THE ROAD IS CLEAR."

At the Huddersfield Borough Police Court, on Monday, Thomas Cocks, an elderly man, ef Longwood, Wat 4 for assaulting John Itainsdin, also of Longwood. Defendant pleaded not guiffy. Mr. J. 11. Turner, I.r the complainant, said that his client lived at 96, Dyson's Yard, Cliffe End
January 15, 1904 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
FOR - • - GLOVES, TIES, MUFFLERS, SILK lIANDKERcHIEFS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, AND WALKING STICKS, SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS, VI6 rr •

FOR - • - GLOVES, TIES, MUFFLERS, SILK lIANDKERcHIEFS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, AND WALKING STICKS, SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS, VI6 rr •

J. WADSWORTH, ROSIER AND OUTFITTER, MARKET STREET, MILNSBRIDGE.
January 15, 1904 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England