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MR. TURNER'S PRIZE CHOIR.

MR. TURNER'S PRIZE CHOIR.

COUN. GODDARD'S HINT ABOUT THE SHERIFF OF NOTTINGHAM. The Sheriff of Nottingham (Councillor J. G. Small) nude a clever little Bp eech Mr. W. Turner's Concert at the Albert Hall Institute en Thursday last. ,The occasion was for the two-Bold urpose of giving the many Nottingham fr
July 24, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE CARE OF THE GAS STOVE.

THE CARE OF THE GAS STOVE.

Every cook should understand how to make the most of the stove on which she cooks. Gas stoves are so usual that the art of managing a coal stove is on the decline. Cooks who still use coal stoves with success gay that the stove should never be packed NI of coal. Two inches of sp
July 24, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
i TOM WASS. The first two photographs are of 'brothers—George and Tom Wass, sons of Mr. and Mrs. G. Wass,

i TOM WASS. The first two photographs are of 'brothers—George and Tom Wass, sons of Mr. and Mrs. G. Wass,

of Byron street, Hucknall. George enlisted in the Notts. .and •Derbys just before the outbreak of sear and has now been in the trenches for some time past. In his last letter home he states that he is in the best health, doing his bit for King and country. He says they are on th
July 24, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
IT 2 1915.

IT 2 1915.

July 24, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FQEDcK• HAYLOCK & SON ,(F.A.1.). Asodossers, Vanes, Estate Agesls awl Surveyors, TRINITY SQUARE, NOTTINGHAM.

FQEDcK• HAYLOCK & SON ,(F.A.1.). Asodossers, Vanes, Estate Agesls awl Surveyors, TRINITY SQUARE, NOTTINGHAM.

July 24, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 

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HIGHER PRICE LEVELS.

HIGHER PRICE LEVELS.

The prospect for trade improvement in the immediate future depends not only upon our ability to grant financial assistance to other countries, but it turned also largely upon price V.vels and exchange, and t'le approximation which had taken pace towards a common level of prices
January 27, 1923 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SOW LEEKS AND PARSNIPS NOW

SOW LEEKS AND PARSNIPS NOW

Those who wish to secure properly blanched leeks for an early autumn slaw should sow the seed now. A temperature between 55deg. and 60deg. is most suitable. Seed should be sown thinly in extra well-drained pots or boxes. The soil should be kept moderately moist, and any thinning
January 27, 1923 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS.

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS.

M ANGOLDS for Sale, large or renal! quan. titki.—Apply to Surveyor. Beerton Public FARMERS DEMAND REDUCED BEER DUTY. Birmingham Chamber of Ag - riculturo have passed a resolution urging the Chancellor of the Exchequer to reduce the beer duty as the fall of 50 per cent, in beer d
January 27, 1923 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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May we help you with your Spring Cleanii ,P CARPETS Cleaned, Beaten or Dyed All kinds of Curtains, Covers and Furnishings Washed, Cleaned or Dyed at short notice REASONABLE CHARGES. SHAFTESBURY LAUNDRY Co., High Road final o m e op. 1 For Genuine Goods (made on the premises) go
February 16, 1924 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BULWELL CHOIR CONCERT.

BULWELL CHOIR CONCERT.

con et- - Bulwerl Or heti> Vo•ce C:loir at the Pri.riti e Commercial Road, Bul.ver., 17st Saturdiy. The Cilo . r, who were unier the conductorship of Mr. E. Stone, tendered a number or concer el item=, mil solos .sere cowributed by Messrs. Eric M. r in, H 4: and E. Wald, two dde
February 16, 1924 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England