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ALWAYS IN STOCK.

ALWAYS IN STOCK.

«OTED FOR GOOD AND CHEAP TEAS. BOOTS, The Old-Eatablished TEA, COFFEE AND PROVISION WAKEHOOSE THE BUTTS, BELPER. Dealer in Corn, Flour, Salt. Malt. Hops, etc. IDE UNIVERSAL SELF-RAISING AND DIGESTIVE FLOUR, For all kinds of Bread and Pagtry without Barm or Baking Powder, Packets
January 29, 1904 - Belper News - Belper, Derbyshire, England
 
re JAMES LITCHFIELD, Deceased.

re JAMES LITCHFIELD, Deceased.

ALL CREDITORS and other Persons having any CLAIMS or DEMANDS the Estate of James Litchfield, deceased, late Nether Hcago, Derbyshire. Retired Nail Manufacturer (who died on the 18th January, 19(V1) are hereby requested to forthwith send particulars thereof in writing to me. the
January 29, 1904 - Belper News - Belper, Derbyshire, England
 
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With the end of this month comes the end of the Helper Reading Room. This was Ihe decision come to a meeting the members Tuesday evening. It was also resolved to diwpette wbo-l ass:t* the society towards liquidating the debts owing, which amount about £3O. The news will certainl
January 29, 1904 - Belper News - Belper, Derbyshire, England
 
OLIVE OIL CONSUMPTION.

OLIVE OIL CONSUMPTION.

Ofiw* «it production is AutrU, mMely. is tk* «it-»Toducioff aranKt* of Dalnatia and btria, ahowa. Bays H.M Conaol at Trioate, dariny tka last law raara, aeaaikla diniaatioa. Dariaf laSl three as annual aearaga of 8.363 taaa aaa prodooed. aa againat aa annual average of 6.36 S to
January 29, 1904 - Belper News - Belper, Derbyshire, England
 
have not always held the same opinion ot the res})e< ma _. its ih( '>e men, hut I write I

have not always held the same opinion ot the res})e< ma _. its ih( '>e men, hut I write I

am inclined to believi ,it the Turk will ocerpower the Russian this occasion u- wish in this inslt ive all alonr; had admiration lor 1 lackenschmult, m the time he lirst appeared among us has conducted business in what 1 should call an exceptionally honest ''lilt >ll X-, soon .i
January 30, 1904 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
A GOOD PORTRAIT BLOCH IS THE BEST AOVEUTISEBEST. Have >ou seen our Sample. Sheet, showing sites prices ranging from 3/6

A GOOD PORTRAIT BLOCH IS THE BEST AOVEUTISEBEST. Have >ou seen our Sample. Sheet, showing sites prices ranging from 3/6

to 15;-? Send two penny stamps to cover post and packing, and receive above sheet, ROLIED, per return. LTD , ‘o*. lord Sf , 1
January 30, 1904 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
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January 30, 1904 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
ALEXANDER TO MR. E. S. WILLARD IO TAKE ANOTHER INNINGS NOW.”

ALEXANDER TO MR. E. S. WILLARD IO TAKE ANOTHER INNINGS NOW.”

January 30, 1904 - London and Provincial Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
GARDEN GOSSIP.

GARDEN GOSSIP.

Cinerarias should (observes “The Gardener”) be grown cool in all stages growth; any attempt at forcing will result in nosto of fly and weakened growth and flowers. When forcing early strawberries always select those plants with the largest and most prominent crowns. Crocuses kep
January 29, 1904 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE VITAL ISSUE

THE VITAL ISSUE

At the end of the pamphlet was the phrase: Can the Council guilty of such things fairly claim your confidence? That was the issue that had to be decided. The people had elected Council, and given them certain large amount of power, and if the Council was like himself they would
January 30, 1904 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England