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Himbod's for Asthma.—Established over quarter of century. Prescribed bv the Medical Faculty throughout the world. It. Is used inhalation, and

Himbod's for Asthma.—Established over quarter of century. Prescribed bv the Medical Faculty throughout the world. It. Is used inhalation, and

without any after hart effects. Testimonials of from the late Lord Beaconsfleld. Miss Emily Kailhfull, sir Morretl Mackenzie, Oliver Wendell Holmes. Trial sample free bv post. In tins at 4s. 3d. British Depot, 4'., Hoiborn Viaduct, London also of Newbery Barclay, haniter, Howard
April 21, 1905 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
PETERBOROUGH BANKRUPTCY COURT.

PETERBOROUGH BANKRUPTCY COURT.

Friday— Before the Registrar, Mr. H. Cecil Gaeta*». Wii. of Manea, root merchant, was publicly examined for the third time. gave his liabilities as £458 os. 7d., assets 13s. 6d., deficiency 7s. Id. Losses purchase and sale of roots * were given the cause of failure.—The Official
April 21, 1905 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
GAINSBOROUGH POLICE.

GAINSBOROUGH POLICE.

Tuesday.—Before Messrs. E. Pearson and S. K<!s;v- commencing the ordinary ol toe Court the Chairman said understood that it was Wilkinson's first appearance the court as . 'ii-friutendent. and they welcomed him. "ce part with Supt. Edglcy. who had linen chief the division tor ma
April 21, 1905 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Drakes-Doughty.—At by the Rev.H.Giblin, M.A., Joseph H. V. Drakes, gram'.son the Cold Hanworth, to Ellen V. Doughty, niece Doughty, ,

Drakes-Doughty.—At by the Rev.H.Giblin, M.A., Joseph H. V. Drakes, gram'.son the Cold Hanworth, to Ellen V. Doughty, niece Doughty, ,

Harris-March.—At Kettleby, on the 11th, by the Rev. W. Hughes Vicar, John want eldest son Mr. Charles Edward Harris, of Waite House, Hale Magna Fen, Elsie youngest daughter George Mswh, Esq., House, Melton Mowbray. Thompson-Casswell —At Bradford, the 15th April, William Stanton
April 21, 1905 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SLAICHWAITE.B SPLENDID WIN.

SLAICHWAITE.B SPLENDID WIN.

SLAICHWAITE . B SPLENDID WIN. Slaithwaites opened the season at home in a highly eatisfact ry manner, defeating the Roses hem Primrose Hill very easily. Fletcher's splendid batting &azure well f,r the team this season, and is the pro. also distinguished himself with the ball, he
April 21, 1905 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
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CHAPTER XVIII.-RECONCILED. Ile walked out into Harley Street, feeling as be tad not for days. It was horrible to think that Hilda WAS in the power of von Keller, that this man might make her do anything he chose; but it wa s cleaghtiul to think that she was imiooent ' and that h
April 21, 1905 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
MARSDEN FAIR, TUESDAY.IAPEIL 2110, 1905. J WILD & SON will SELL BY AUCTION et the NEW INN. Marsden, BAY HORSE,

MARSDEN FAIR, TUESDAY.IAPEIL 2110, 1905. J WILD & SON will SELL BY AUCTION et the NEW INN. Marsden, BAY HORSE,

144 hands, 7 years old, a good mover ; Four. wheeled DRAG, with pole and shafts, lamps and cushions (nearly new) ; Four-wheeled PHAETON, with cushions and lamps; 2 (one with rubber-tyred wheels); WAGGONETTE, to hold six; 2 Sets of E I'. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, and Martingales
April 21, 1905 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
ZION BAPTIST cnußat, sLeiniwenE. AN "AT HOME" will be held on Rester Monday, April Nth, 1905. Host and Hostess: MR.

ZION BAPTIST cnußat, sLeiniwenE. AN "AT HOME" will be held on Rester Monday, April Nth, 1905. Host and Hostess: MR.

AND MRS. MASON (Huddersfield). Reception at 3-30 p.m. Admission, 6d. each. Tickets for tea, 6d. each.
April 21, 1905 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, HUDDERSFIELD. Under Distinguished Patronage. EASTER MONDAY, at 7-30. and every evening during the Week, and MATINEE on Saturday.

THEATRE ROYAL, HUDDERSFIELD. Under Distinguished Patronage. EASTER MONDAY, at 7-30. and every evening during the Week, and MATINEE on Saturday.

April 29th. at 2-15, (in aid of Local Charities), The Chinese Opera, "THE SAM-SINGS," (by Ernest Woodhead and F. V. Lawton). Able Principale, Powrrfal Chorus. Circle, 3/-; Stalls, 26; Upper Circle, 1/-; Pit 1/- (after 7-30, 6d.); Gallery, 61, (after 7 34, Id.). Early Doors to Pi
April 21, 1905 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England
 
TELEPHONE 11 Y. NOTICE. THOMAS KAYE AND SONS, 21 & 2.3, KING STREET, HUDDERSFIELD, LINEN DRAPER, SILK MELCERS, LADIES' lc

TELEPHONE 11 Y. NOTICE. THOMAS KAYE AND SONS, 21 & 2.3, KING STREET, HUDDERSFIELD, LINEN DRAPER, SILK MELCERS, LADIES' lc

CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS, dec. HIGH-CLASS MILLINERY, DRESSMAKING, AND LADIES TAILORING. EARLY ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. NEW SEASON'S GOODS NOW BEING SHOWN. HOPING TO BE FAVOURED WITH AN EARLY CALL. THOMAS KAYE AND SONS, 21 93, KING STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. Telcpbono 11 Y. w HARTL
April 21, 1905 - Colne Valley Guardian - Slaithwaite, Yorkshire, England