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DEATHS.

DEATHS.

POSTLETHWAITE.—On the 26th inst., at Bank End House Kirkby-in-Furness, James Postlethwaite, ex-relieving officer for Broughton West, aged 81 years. DOWBIGGIN.—On the 26th inst. at New Hall, Millom, Andrew Birrell, eldest son of William and Elizabeth Ann Dowbiggin. PEARSON.—On th
November 4, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
HAS CURED THOUSANDS. WILL CURE YOU. Sold ly all Chemists and Stores, 2/9 ileriettls.

HAS CURED THOUSANDS. WILL CURE YOU. Sold ly all Chemists and Stores, 2/9 ileriettls.

November 4, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
FURNESS RAILWAY

FURNESS RAILWAY

NUMEROUS ALTERATIONS have been made in the running of the Trains and Steamers, cpmmencing October Ist, for particulars of which see the convenient Pocket Time Table, price id., to be obtained at all Bookstalls. THEATRE TRAINS FROM BARROW. ATRAIN will leave BARROW for DALTON and
October 28, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
Blanket

Blanket

Reversible Cloths and HOTELS, &o.
October 28, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
NEWS IN BRIEF.

NEWS IN BRIEF.

A porter named Reeve, of Liverpool was killed at Upton, near Birkenhead, while trying to jump from a large motor van, which had collided with a wall. Messrs. Houlder Bros., says an Exchange telegram, has applied for police protection to load their steamer Hornby Grange at Newpor
October 28, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
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October 28, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
THE “HOLY GHOSTERS."

THE “HOLY GHOSTERS."

END OF A STRANGE CRUISE. After a whole year's wandering at sea, the yacht Coronet arrived on Saturday at Portland, Maine. This yacht was purchased a long time ago by a religious sect known as the "Holy Ghosters," a man named Sandford, who posed as a sort of second Elijah, being
October 28, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
THE ONLY ONE THERE.

THE ONLY ONE THERE.

An English tourist In Edinburgh was brought before a magistrate, charged with using violent and abusive language to a constable "in discharge of his duties." The officer, a stalwart, northcountry man, refused to be shaken in his evidence, despite the best efforts of counsel for
October 28, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
NV GOING ABROAD P Absolutely Cheapest t , Bookings to Africa, • - r Canada, New Zealand, Australia, America, or

NV GOING ABROAD P Absolutely Cheapest t , Bookings to Africa, • - r Canada, New Zealand, Australia, America, or

any other part of the World, on any -Line of Steamers by ROBERT BLAKE, PASSAGB BROKER and SHIPPING AGENT, DALTON-IN-FURNESS. WRITE OR CALL. English Money changed into American Dollars, American Money Bought. Goods Shipped to all parts. Trunks, Cabin Boxes, Bags, Rugs, etc., spec
October 28, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England
 
BARROW.

BARROW.

TRAM RECEIPTS.—The receipts of the Barrow tramways for the week ending November 3rd show an increase of £.60 Is. 94d., when compared with those of the corresponding week last year, £302 14s. 24d. being the actual receipts and 78,546 passengers, as against £242 12s. sd. in receip
November 11, 1911 - Barrow Herald and Furness Advertiser - Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, England