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SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS C. H. TUCKER & CO., AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, & AGENTB. AUCTION ROOMS and OFFICES: ST. STEPHEN STREET,

SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS C. H. TUCKER & CO., AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, & AGENTB. AUCTION ROOMS and OFFICES: ST. STEPHEN STREET,

BRISTOL. VALUATIONS FOR I TBATION, MORTGAGE, AND ESTATE DUTIES. SPECIAL DEPARTMENT for the MANAGEMENT OP ESTATES. HOUSES, and COLLECTION RENTS. SALEROOM OPEN DAILY FOR THE RECEPTION AND PURCHASE OF GOODS FOR WEEKLY AUCTION. THIS DAY, at TWELVE o'clock. ST. STEPHEN STREET AUCTION
February 18, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LOANS. LOANS. LOANS. A Well-known English Firm, approved and recommended the Press, and noted for honourable and straightforward bnsiuess methods,

LOANS. LOANS. LOANS. A Well-known English Firm, approved and recommended the Press, and noted for honourable and straightforward bnsiuess methods,

are making Advances as follows:— Hepay £11. I Repay W- Monthly, £50 „ £55. „ £100 ~ £110. I £100 .. £4 No Wills of Sale, Sureties, or Damaging Inquiries. Ansoluta Privacy guaranteed. Write, call, 'yhone for Prospectus and Press Opinions free. BRITISH FINANCE CO., 20, BRIDGE STRE
February 18, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE RELIABLE d DUDGEON'S , PECTORAL BALSA*- 101. 2/9 •-a*2/3- HODDER'S, CASH 12. WINE ST.. ana ALL STIVENS' FINEST .

THE RELIABLE d DUDGEON'S , PECTORAL BALSA*- 101. 2/9 •-a*2/3- HODDER'S, CASH 12. WINE ST.. ana ALL STIVENS' FINEST .

p ORIGINAL gTITENS' gTIYENS' Of Grocers and Wine DAVEYS REMOVALS and & WAREHO^ Established Years. , EXPERIENCED \ ART VANS RAIL TRACTION- * Offices: 113, WHITE 204, CUELTENIIA-** Telephones 4852, 639. U ■ E CONTINUE TO A TO ' * To Respectable Householders, t i«s- I Farmers, With
February 18, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
£20,000,000 SCHEME.

£20,000,000 SCHEME.

MIDLANDS NEED FOR IMPROVED SYSTEM OF WATERWAYS. The necessity improving the water communication between the Potteries and the River Mersey exciting considerable interest in North Staffordahire. Public men consider such a scheme to bo of vital importance to the industries tho dis
February 18, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
The Sleepwalkers By Edith & Lucy Basford IN THIS WEEK'S Weekly Guardian

The Sleepwalkers By Edith & Lucy Basford IN THIS WEEK'S Weekly Guardian

February 18, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Nottingham posT. will greatly facilitate the their communications tho proper persons as follows;— News, the EDITOR. Adwrtuemeots. to the ADVF.KTIMVO

Nottingham posT. will greatly facilitate the their communications tho proper persons as follows;— News, the EDITOR. Adwrtuemeots. to the ADVF.KTIMVO

Biuine«s matters, to the MANAGER. Amount*. the At the EVENING POST" NOTTIM.MAM TELEPHOXE 3352 multiple Editorial. Reportint. n'n''i'»rttr,ocu. ' ' ONE number for l " r,tn BRANCH 59, I street. ISto:::::: «»: r.K»<*j-boiUCT«4. u p]. London-road. Albjrt-««H 1 , . h £7h I.OUOHBOPOI'
February 18, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Away with Colds! They Are Disgusting. Instant Relief and Permanent Cure Secured by the Use of Dr Agnew's Catarrhal Powder.

Away with Colds! They Are Disgusting. Instant Relief and Permanent Cure Secured by the Use of Dr Agnew's Catarrhal Powder.

Here's strong evidence of the quickness ana that wonderful remedy, Dr. Agnew'e Catarrhal Powder : "For years I was a victim of Chronic Colds or Catarrh—tried many remedies but cure was effected until had procured and used Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder. Firstapplication gave me in
February 18, 1914 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FOOTBALL REVIEW.

FOOTBALL REVIEW.

CRAYEN-ST. ATTRACTION EDGAR WRIGLEY AND THE POWERFUL HUNSLET SIDE. CUP-TIE FOR THE JUNIOR " REDS." (BY " ROBIN ADAIR.") The Robins are leaving no stone unturned in their efforts to defeat Hunslet on Saturday at Craven-street. The kick-off for Saturday is timed, for 3.33 p.m., an
February 18, 1914 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MISFORTUNE!

THE MISFORTUNE!

RoM of one of 1 nding actoi-ll.< ii.-jH snatched a; from the '• '•••nt enjoy .i|.. of the weir.iommg last -k. Hi? ' ' rnipted A i-vi-d arquaint■ '~- 1 : j..-ivwr.ghr hini in Have you heard !'>.(■■ .'if wailed. "No" said tho f' s "• not loss- in the Wow" *•- the j-lay| > • .'-' '
February 18, 1914 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DEMAND ON OFFICERS.

DEMAND ON OFFICERS.

COLONEL ASKE PROTESTS FOR TERRITORIALS. The East Riding Territorial Force Association meeting the Guildhall to-day was presided over by Loid Nunburnholme, who was supported by Colonel Lambert White, Colonel A. M. Jackson, Colonel Hall Colonel Easton, Colonel Sir Kobort Aske, Cap
February 18, 1914 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England