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THE ASHIBOURNE TELEGRAPH-FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1904

THE ASHIBOURNE TELEGRAPH-FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1904

March 4, 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
TO RENIOVE GREASE FROM CARPETS.

TO RENIOVE GREASE FROM CARPETS.

When oil is spilt on a carpet, put plenty of white flour on the spots ii quickly as possible in order to prevent them from spreading. If the oil is near • seam, but doer no. quite reach it, rip the seam in to slop it. rot flour on the floor under the oil spot. The it .'it day ta
March 4, 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
SPECIAL LISEB 111 * CORSETS. • * BLACK ;216, 2/11e, 3/Itl. • * GREY: 2/6, 3,6, 3/9. ALL MUCH UNDER

SPECIAL LISEB 111 * CORSETS. • * BLACK ;216, 2/11e, 3/Itl. • * GREY: 2/6, 3,6, 3/9. ALL MUCH UNDER

UBUAL I • PRICE. • • - • G OO E G °TEAR I * DTI 1.1„ FT, • SEE :C. H. COATES, • DRAPER. V••••••••••••••••••••
March 4, 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
A. SLATER & SONS Modern, Open and Closed SALOON COACHES & CARS FOR HIRE. Any Distance. Any Number. L :

A. SLATER & SONS Modern, Open and Closed SALOON COACHES & CARS FOR HIRE. Any Distance. Any Number. L :

Let Us Quote You. Superior MODERN ROLLS-ROYCE MOTOR HEARSE and MOURNING CARS Supplied. --- Distance no object. Satisfactory service. Reasonable cha:ges. MAYFIELD. ASHBOUItNE. Telephone: Adsbourae
February 28, 1936 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
lity Day Cart Horse Parade.

lity Day Cart Horse Parade.

Day Cart Horse Parade. Th e first cart horse parade held in Ash..,urne took in the Market Place on Day thirty years ago. The judges %aro Memel. T. N'ooddisse. and T. Wardle, th e pr;ye winners wore: 1, Steve dr:vor, Jos. Harrison. owner; 2, i.he Moon, driver, T. D. Ridley. owner,
May 1, 1936 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
Notes By The Way

Notes By The Way

S T. OSWALD'S Churchysird is ent with golden 4eauty and would till a Wordsworth's heart with intense pleasure. Wordsworth, out walking ono day, saw ten thousand daffodils at a glance and wrote a simple poem in his ecstasy. There is no such profusion in the Churchyard, but what w
May 1, 1936 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
We present MUSICAL.

We present MUSICAL.

MONS GIVEN, PIANOFORTE AND 14 Theory; preparations for examinations. —For terms apply Mrs. Adams, No. 8, Town Hall Buildings, Aslibourne. MISS M. A. EACOTT, A.R.C.M., Pianogl forte, Class Singing, Musical Appro. iation, etc. Summer term hcgins May 4th.— Terms on application, 20,
May 1, 1936 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
WELL-KNOWN THORPE FAMILIES UNITED. GOLDSTRAW-KNOWL ES.

WELL-KNOWN THORPE FAMILIES UNITED. GOLDSTRAW-KNOWL ES.

A very pretty wedding was witnestied by a large gathering of friends at Thorpe Church on Saturday last, when the bride"was lass Enid Millicent Dorothy Knowles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Knowles, Lismore House. Thorpe, and the bridegroom was Mr. Benjamin Goldstraw, son of Mr
May 1, 1936 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
NEXT WEEK'S FIXTURES.

NEXT WEEK'S FIXTURES.

Monday May 4th: Weston v. Cubley Hilton v. Churvb Broughton Wl,aston v. Shirley Ednaston r. Longford Roston v. Kirk Langley Wednesday, May 6th: Church Broughton v. Wynston Hat Round Cup.) Thursday, May 7th: Shirley v. Weston • Cubley v. ltoston Hilton v. Edmiston • Longford v. K
May 1, 1936 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
MOTHER TAKES CHARGE.

MOTHER TAKES CHARGE.

Etre. Gray put her few behiligings together in her old-fashioned valise which bud been dud's, and took the next bus. " Sweet el you, mother." Elaine had said, offering a cool, carefully powdered cheek. hope Lindsay won't be a nuisance-- though he's a good little (-hap as a rule,
May 1, 1936 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England