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Songs and Ballads of Scotland. &we Bawls of the Common People. Several with Music. Collected by R. FORD. Oath Sound,

Songs and Ballads of Scotland. &we Bawls of the Common People. Several with Music. Collected by R. FORD. Oath Sound,

for 2b. Wt. Pert 4s. JOHN ANDEID3ON, 47 ST.. C! T.
November 1, 1919 - Forward (Glasgow) - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WAMID. WASTID. !WANTED. skw BOY Waded I -Write ed. lo WOOLIAN Adding gad Boa. Greenland, a r id a Word

WAMID. WASTID. !WANTED. skw BOY Waded I -Write ed. lo WOOLIAN Adding gad Boa. Greenland, a r id a Word

dere also dead • 5 ,YOUNG GIRL Waded Iw bobbin . Rsalars LNG • mod Co. Weddel " Rgutted BOW". psalm. deed Weiler esatral pond" LADS Waded to I QMART YOUTH Waded for Aloe. "wig. it b. entree. -W Wanted. by Ilia.; gnus be insured by s, BOOK-AsaPsaa pee- ea/ good evade Yds *gag saw
May 7, 1919 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TREND OF THINGS.

THE TREND OF THINGS.

Flat Fourth Cacho. Nowa from the Fourth Doke) indicates that a cadre bbiion leaves Prance Eng ofland that Ra tilifay). No an of this y r e d t the War but confirmation will be foond our H. H. AAaoyd aursounoee the postponement of this Batianou'alMOD. which was to have been held
May 7, 1919 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Th• cadre 2).! the isth Dukes wD =live

Th• cadre 2).! the isth Dukes wD =live

cadre the Dukes =live in Huddersfield from Barrow-in-Parnem at 5.45 p.m. to-night. There will be a mittens, and deter reception of the returning officers and min. Forthcoming Wedding. The maay t ses of LL-Col. B. W. Pieter in& D. 5.0., .P., sad Yip J. M. Shaw, Brooklaads, Stallll
May 7, 1919 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Cuticura Soap 13 WEAL Fir the Hands

Cuticura Soap 13 WEAL Fir the Hands

May 7, 1919 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 

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WANTED.

WANTED.

itPPRENTICE to Moulding Wonted . — B. Hargreaves and Co., Itater•latie, Halifax. ASSISTANT BARMAID Wanted for Saloon Bar, P 31900 Theatre, TU.—Apply Manager. APPRENTICE Wanted to the Baking and Confectionery Itionues.r.—Mim Ritchie, The my. 6, Brook-street. Luddentlen. iIkADVERT
February 19, 1919 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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WANTED. NO EX-MUNITION WORKERS need be out of work if thm have any experience in Laundry work. Tb. Frio= Laundry. I Salterhebble, have Twenty Vacancies. Standard rate of wages paid. !TICE BOY Wanted, age 15 to 16.—J. Sager O and Co.. Ltd.. Canal Works. YblßEßS—Wanted, one or two
February 19, 1919 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
SOWERBY ELECTION. Liberal Executive on the Result The Executive Committee, in heir 33rd annual report, states: The preparation of the

SOWERBY ELECTION. Liberal Executive on the Result The Executive Committee, in heir 33rd annual report, states: The preparation of the

first register under the Representation of the People Act wee a prolonged and difficult task. Claims were lodged as follows: By overseers (mainly in respect of Naval and Military voters), 718; by Liberal Party, 618 (of which 482 were sustained); by other parties, 388; total, 1,6
February 19, 1919 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
/WALL UAICERS.

/WALL UAICERS.

Butter is still scarce. There are IE4OO tons in btock, which. on the basis of ration. is equal to two months' supply. There are ample supplies of British margarine. 36.4. GEOkO E-STREET. HALIFAX. Te:ephooe 797 Having completed their War Contracts. $ prepared to accept a Ihnited
February 19, 1919 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Men's Fashions.

Men's Fashions.

Men's clothee, which have been anyhow during the war, are again becoming ' a subject of serious concern. Waistcoats, it seems, are to be long, presutuably to surmount the cold feeling felt by the absent tunic. The morning coat is appearing again in some slightly new varieties, a
February 19, 1919 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England