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FLORILINE FOB THE TEETH AND BREATH. Beautifies the teeth and tram. Arrests the decay of the teeth. Acta detergent after

FLORILINE FOB THE TEETH AND BREATH. Beautifies the teeth and tram. Arrests the decay of the teeth. Acta detergent after

smoking. bold everywhere at 9l 6d. per
October 28, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LABELLED EPPS'S TINS ONLY. SORENESS AND DRYNESS. HOARSENESS, TICKLINO, AND IRRITATION. THROAT & COUGH SOFTEN AND CLEAR THE VOICE. ALWAYS

LABELLED EPPS'S TINS ONLY. SORENESS AND DRYNESS. HOARSENESS, TICKLINO, AND IRRITATION. THROAT & COUGH SOFTEN AND CLEAR THE VOICE. ALWAYS

EFFECTIVE. —JUJUBES—13i D AMU BrVSMrt Otolitu
October 28, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
PETERBOROUGH POLICE.

PETERBOROUGH POLICE.

W't ln»*da».—lsef jre Col. C. Strong (chairman). Messr« Edmonds. J. 11. Beeby. W. JS. Welby, VV. Chile, G. H. Dean, and Mr. oolryche oitmore. The licence of the Wheat Sheaf inn. Eastfleld-road, transferred from Albert tdwari S.lcock to Fred Ayres; Mr t C. ii'.'iu represented Mor
December 9, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NORMAN CROSS POLICE.

NORMAN CROSS POLICE.

Tuesday.—Before Captain Vipan. Messrs. J. M. Heatheote, J. A. Herbert, and J. Lawrence. Jeremiah Freear, barge owner, Stanground, was charged Dawbarn, of March. Clerk the M.ddle Level Drainage, for mooring boats on trie i3ih October w;taln yards of the Stanground 81t:i<e to unlo
December 9, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THREE SAVED IN ONE FAMILY BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS.

THREE SAVED IN ONE FAMILY BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS.

To a reporter who called at Sultana, Sultanroad, Landport, from the Portsmouth Timer, Mrs. Sexton told how Dr. Williams' Pink Pills saved her three daughters from thc« Consumption which threatened them, and how they are now well and hearty. "Mv youngewt daughter, Lily, aged 16."
December 9, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
WHEN DREAD ST. VITUS ATTACKS CHILDREN, DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS CAN SAVE THEM.

WHEN DREAD ST. VITUS ATTACKS CHILDREN, DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS CAN SAVE THEM.

Parents should know that in these t;ve times young people need every preparation for business life. who have not attended school regularly are handicapped in the race for living. .My boy put in practically full attendance* at school for several years,*' sail one father to a Bris
December 9, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The King returned from Sandringham to London on Monday afternoon, and, accompanied by the Prinoe of Wales, drove from St.

The King returned from Sandringham to London on Monday afternoon, and, accompanied by the Prinoe of Wales, drove from St.

Pancras station to the Agricultural Hall to visit the Smithfield Club Show. The King left Buckingham Palace on Tuesday afternoon for King's Lynn on a visit Lord and Lady Farquhar at Castle Rising Hall. Hia Majesty travelled from Liverpool - street station. A large number of pers
December 9, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
WHY STAMFORD IS ENCOURAGED.

WHY STAMFORD IS ENCOURAGED.

WHY STAMFORD ENCOURAGED. Again this week we are able give a local resident's hearty endorsement of what was said many months ago. Such indisputable proof brings hope to every man and woman her© in Stajnford. Mr. John Dolby, of Great Dalby, Melton Mowbray, writes;—" I give this te
December 9, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
WISBECH. Propkrtt Sale.—There was « large attendance at the Rose and Crown Hotel Thursday, when Mr. T. Berry (instructed bv

WISBECH. Propkrtt Sale.—There was « large attendance at the Rose and Crown Hotel Thursday, when Mr. T. Berry (instructed bv

Mr. J. H. Foster) offered for sale two lots of property. Lot 1, a family residence, 5, Market-street, in the occupation Mr. F. T. Nixon, was bought by Mr. Alexander Johnson for £820. Lot 2, a coach-house, stable, and granaries, was purchased by Mr. Walter Bassett for £250. Messr
December 9, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Board Grardiand. — Thursday: Rov. J. Young presided.—The Mas'er reported that the innate* numbered ugair.st 177 in the corresponding week

Board Grardiand. — Thursday: Rov. J. Young presided.—The Mas'er reported that the innate* numbered ugair.st 177 in the corresponding week

of lest year, and during tho fortnight 129 tramps had been relieved com ,-ared with 113 last vca.r. drew attention to serious wa«-te of waier which was going on in th© ne>v sanitary blocks. All the taps dripping more or lo's, and one which v.'as put n about ton day? prev'ou* as
December 9, 1904 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England