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BARROW JUTE MILL. GRATIFYING NEWS FOR EMPLOYEES.

BARROW JUTE MILL. GRATIFYING NEWS FOR EMPLOYEES.

A notice posted at the Barrow Jute Mill, last week, conveyed news of a gratifying nature to its 560 employees. It states that from the 27th inst. the wages of the piece workers will be advanced 5 per cent. It also states that the time rates will be increased to a similar extent,
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
MILLOK

MILLOK

ACCIDENT TO RAILWAYMAN.— Robert Nixon, the driver of a goods train, met with an unfortunate accident at Mieleld, on Tuesday evening. He is said to have slipped on the turntable and fallen, b.eaking his thigh. He received first aid from the station staff, and was subsequently rem
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
SWEETHEART IN PLASTER.

SWEETHEART IN PLASTER.

END OF SCULPTOR'S ROMANCE. Paris, Sunday. A student at Caen fell in love with a pretty actress, and persuaded her to let him take plaster east of her head and shoulders in order that he might perpetuate her beauty in marble. Having prepared about 201 b of plaster, the student ap
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
EMIGRANT BROTHER'S BEQUEST.

EMIGRANT BROTHER'S BEQUEST.

Mrs. Anne Carrooin, a septuagenarian Manx widow residing in Oncihan Village, near Douglas, has had a windfall in the shape of a bequest of nearly £3,000 under the will of her brother, a Manxman named Quilliam, who many years ago emigrated from his native island to the United Sta
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
THE PEACOCK BUTTERFLY.

THE PEACOCK BUTTERFLY.

The peacock butterfly with bold " eyes " on its wings that, in miniature, call to mind those of the tail feathers of the peacock, may, likewise, appear at any time when a warm wind and a few rays of tempting sunlight lure it from its hiding plate to take an airing. Indeed, any b
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
Babies Betrothed.

Babies Betrothed.

Clara Madett and Mallett Carter, who were born within four hours of each other in the same block of flats in East St. Louis, Illinois, have been betrothed to each other by their parents, at the age of five days. Peril of the Dance. . . Miss Hanle Lampman, of Findlay, Ohio, has l
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
HYDE v. BARROW.

HYDE v. BARROW.

Afte'' r their victory at Colne, on Saturday, by 4-1, Hyde had great expectations of adding another to Barrow's reverses when they entertained the Fumessian at home Barrow had a new forward at outside left in Fortune, who has been playing this season with Shelbourne, in Ireland,
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
CANADA'S

CANADA'S

Write for 32 page booklet containing over 60 photo- PROSPERITY graphic views of lands in Saskatchewan's best . wheat and mixed
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
RHEUMAT

RHEUMAT

Somethip,g New! FOR ONE and get THREE Ladies, here's a real novelty. A bag which can be used as an ordinary "Vanity" Bag, or enlarged at wilt into a C
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
FOOTBALL. NORTHERN RUGBY LEAGUE.

FOOTBALL. NORTHERN RUGBY LEAGUE.

ST. HELENS BARROW SALFORD WARRINGTON SWINTON WIDNES 2 Pts. 0 Pts. 4 Pts. 3 Pts. OLDHAM l3 Pts. LEIGH ROCHDALE HORNETS RUNCORN 6 Pts. 3 Pts. YORK HUDDERSFIELD HULL WIGAN HUNSLET HULL KINGSTON R. BRAMLEY DEWSBURY 5 Pts. 13 Pts. HALIFAX LEEDS BRADFORD KEIGHLEY lO Pts. COVENTRY. 3 P
March 1, 1913 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England