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TEMPERANCE HOTEL

TEMPERANCE HOTEL

OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION, BEVERLEY. GOOD TEAS AND BEDS. TOBACCOS. Cope's, Hignett's, Will's, Carrick', Ogden's, Player's, Lambert and Butler's, Phillips and Son's, Gallaher's. Dark and Light Shag, Rising Hope, Pigtail, Brown Twist, Golden Bar, Real Irish Twist, Plain and Scented
June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
GOUGH & DAVY

GOUGH & DAVY

Wish it to be distinctly understood that in addition to showing a large number of the Highest Class of English and Foreign PIANOFORTES that this age produces, they keep close observation over, and select goods from Manufactories that strive to issue Pianos at very Low Prices. Th
June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
WANTED!

WANTED!

Under this heading we propose from time to time to make such suggestions as shall be considered of service to the residents in any part of the district. Will correspondents please note that any contributions intended for this column should reach the Minster Press on Thursday at
June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
MINSTER ECHOES,

MINSTER ECHOES,

Colonel Hodgson is emphatically the friend of the working men of Beverley. As an example of his wide sympathies I should like to mention a case which came under my notice a few days ago. The Colonel was informed by some one of the serious illness of a poor woman, the wife of a w
June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
GARTON-ON-THE-WOLDS. OPENING OF A NEW CHAPEL.

GARTON-ON-THE-WOLDS. OPENING OF A NEW CHAPEL.

There was an extraordinarily large gathering of people from all the country side, as well as from Hull and district, at Garton on Tuesday. The attraction was the opening of the new Wesleyan 'Chapel, which has been erected on a site presented by Sir Tatton Sykes. The new chapel i
June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
OUR POET'S CORNER.

OUR POET'S CORNER.

MARY'S LECTURE TO SAMMY. Noo Sammy, owd man, ar sail tell thoo no more, Thoo's tryin' mi patience ter day; Thoo sticks roond that jorm an' ave tell'd thoo before Thoo's allus reight inter mi way. Thoo flaws varry wee! 'at 'am baking mi bread An' want a clear road up ter t' oven;
June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTABTLITTFS OF THE DAY.

NOTABTLITTFS OF THE DAY.

Lord Boeebery, who has won the Derby for the second year in succession, has long been a prominent member of the Liberal party, and the fact he occupies the position of Premier indicates that he has attained the summit of a politician's ambition. Born in London in 1847, he succee
June 8, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England