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LEEDS. Tclephoosa 3180 3181.

LEEDS. Tclephoosa 3180 3181.

SALE. COUNTER* cue, ■; feet two; Kit-Ufa an-1 Room Furniture. —18. Itea-i. »* T7*OR CARRIAGE, ooudltion. £l.-E Wdrook.N4picr Skip Work*. Lee<fe. Road. Bradford. 19 BILLIARD TABLES, eeeoud-hauti; fp'omiid conditior.; all •izce.—llolte." Billiard Work*. Burnley.
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IS CONVINCING-

IS CONVINCING-

CONCLUSION iWbeo the demand for medicine still on the not- that boon In pablio oca lor the lengthy parted of rears, perfectly obvious that mast curative properties of an exoept.ocaLy high order. And sorely the collective experience of the many thousands sad women lu every part o
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
0999 Well known Scenes No. 400 £j Hj {§ @ ® Beef Tea at its best 0 -exactly like that

0999 Well known Scenes No. 400 £j Hj {§ @ ® Beef Tea at its best 0 -exactly like that

which is served from Royal f=s kitchen—can he quickly and easily made anywhere just |Q3 dropping one Vigoral Cube mto a cupful boiling water. Vigoral Cubes Ciiccaiat or Orocer lor tin Yigoral Cubes, or them b'.xjjlj try. jyjjj to armourJnlcompany ® TUMIXEDtL-Pf-ONDON ill (110000
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WANTED FOR THE SUMMER TRAFFIC.

WANTED FOR THE SUMMER TRAFFIC.

"British firms say Oh. will let vou have the locomotives 12 months' time.'" Mr. added. " But we want them for our heavy summer traffic. The German firm have undertaken delivor the ten engines to the end May. No British firm would undertake deiiwr them in anything like that time.
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW MONARCH VISITS THE KING.

NEW MONARCH VISITS THE KING.

After Siting the German Embassy, this morning, Prince William of proceeded to the Austrian in Belgrave Square, where had long interview with Ambassador. Tim Prince afterwards drove to Buckingham Palace, where took luncheon with tho King. In tour years during which has been boxin
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOURTH TEST MATCH DRAWN.

FOURTH TEST MATCH DRAWN.

THREE-FIGURE PARTNERSHIP BY HOBBS AND RHODES. Association Special .Message.) Durban, Wednesday. Iti cloudy and windy weather play was resumed today in the fourth Test match, before small attendance. The Colonials, who when stumps were drawn overnight had lout seven wickets for p
February 18, 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Cemeteries of Denizens op the Deep.— deep-sea animals apd fishes have cemeteries? Apparently they do, for in the course lecture

Cemeteries of Denizens op the Deep.— deep-sea animals apd fishes have cemeteries? Apparently they do, for in the course lecture

on the North Atlantic Ocean delivered before the Dundee Naturalists' Society last night, the Rev. G. A. Frank Knight, Perth, told how the Challenger Expedition brought up from the floor of the Central Pacific Ocean 600 sharks' teeth and 100 ear-bones of whale? in one haul. The l
February 18, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PERTHSHIRE FARMERS AT LAW.

PERTHSHIRE FARMERS AT LAW.

IMPORTANT decision by sheriff SYM. Sheriff Sym at Perth yesterday issued his decision in a somewhat novel action between two Perthshire farmers. The action is at the instance of Mr Charles Pullar, farmer, Muirhall, Perth, against Fred. S. Mollison, farmer, Lochton, lnchture, and
February 18, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A food expert has prepared a crisp, dainty and« delicious food for the express purpose of quickly and surely rebuilding

A food expert has prepared a crisp, dainty and« delicious food for the express purpose of quickly and surely rebuilding

the brain and nerve centres, and has givenitthe name of GRAPE-NUTS. It is toothsome and fully cooked at the factory. ALL GROCERS SELL AT 79. PER PACKET.
February 18, 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SKATING RINKS.

SKATING RINKS.

OLYMPIA ROLLER RINK. EVERY EVENING AT 7 0. Matinees Thursday and Saturday, 2-30. GIGANTIC ADVERTISEMENT CARNIVAL,
February 18, 1914 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England