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THE RUHR.

THE RUHR.

As we have predicted, things are beginning to move in the direction of a Ruhr settlement. Lord Curzon's speech means more than it seems to say, and it says a good deal. Despite the " Daily Telegraph," which did its best to kill it, M. Loucheur's visit to London marked a stage fr
April 26, 1923 - Justice - London, London, England
 
Tinned Fruits.

Tinned Fruits.

SPECIAL VALUE. ll lb. size, Pineapple Chunks - Os B'd 2 lb. „ Pineapple Slices - - Is 8d 1.1 lb. „ Peaches - - - Oi lld 11b.,, Pears - - - - Is ld 2h lb. „ Apricots, extra choice - 11 5d 2i lb. „ Peaches, extra choice - le ld 21 lb. „ Peaches, fancy - - 1$ bd 21 lb. „ Pears, sta
April 26, 1923 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NOTE NEW Al/DRESS.

NOTE NEW Al/DRESS.

T ADHSB' and Gent 'e Tailor, Customs& own Material made up into Suits, Gastonia, therooata, Coat Frocks, Skirts. etc. Write foe Pattern►. H. Pcvsr rue, The Mire, Nentoogrange riu ILORING. —Ladies' and ea.'s own material made up into Suits, Costa, Cost Frocks, Costumes; also clea
April 26, 1923 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE 44BEAT AUDIENCE IN% MIME.

THE 44BEAT AUDIENCE IN% MIME.

"This. audience is remarkable and totally different in several ways from anything before known. Not only for the vast hers is it notable, but in the perfection of the hearing of the music of the pipe-organ, and the choir which sings to its among% i ent betimes. As we all know on
April 26, 1923 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CHAPTER XXV.

CHAPTER XXV.

Dimaris soon settled down in London. An agent found her a delightful house, and, us her reputation as a witty and eharniing bode-. had her, she found her 1 osition in Loudon every bit as delighttill :1. II! flame. tine day toward., the end of May. whits Nance way still away in I
April 26, 1923 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WARNINGLID.

WARNINGLID.

FARM SALE.—At Woodhill Thursday, 3rd May. the whole of the live and dead farming stock w*ill sold auction Messrs. Gladding, Son and Wing, by order of Mr. VV. K. Lerwill, who is giving up cow-keeping. TIIH M K N\S IN S TITUT E.—Last Tuesday the members of the Women's Institute me
April 24, 1923 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
INTERNATIONAL CHINA TEA 2/S

INTERNATIONAL CHINA TEA 2/S

t. )S. ?: X 7" f-jwSr~ V' ■**'v - •....' S'- v • From the Finest Pastures Tile riclicil "( ■!« ciJi ll.ei, -yin? seasons. provide Sy'van Glen Holler. . . Chimed .potless dairies. °1 era any ibvow. cramstently low in price and reeubn.y, it 1«- earned .u reputation amongst househo
April 24, 1923 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
OMEGA MOTO3? CYCLES.

OMEGA MOTO3? CYCLES.

SOLE AGENTS FOR MID-SUSSEX: C. SONS, Haywards Heath. CASH PRICES FROM £25, OR £lO DOWN AND MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR BALANCE ARRANGED TO SUIT
April 24, 1923 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
Auction Sales, &c. LEWES MARKET. THE GREAT CENTRE IN EAST SUSSEX FOR THE SALE OF FAT & STORE STOCK. MESSRS.

Auction Sales, &c. LEWES MARKET. THE GREAT CENTRE IN EAST SUSSEX FOR THE SALE OF FAT & STORE STOCK. MESSRS.

J. R. THORNTON ft GO. HOLD SALES EVERY MONDAY THROUGHOUT THE YEAH, commencing at 11 o’clock. All entries should received not later than the First Post on THURSDAY MORNING, in order to included in the advertisements. Stock taken off rail and placed in suitable keep prior to Sales
April 24, 1923 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
Toesda If moke t!o: Tvor/tf Jnr fhe the vnliwinf icorfd fie think aih nf oil fin tetter fur xcho enrh

Toesda If moke t!o: Tvor/tf Jnr fhe the vnliwinf icorfd fie think aih nf oil fin tetter fur xcho enrh

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April 24, 1923 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England