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of bees occupied a Irtter•box at Devon, a n • day last week. A suffragette is suspected of knout; brought them there in her bontr•t .
July 19, 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
lit ol SP:KEEPER'S i H TR( RS 'I

lit ol SP:KEEPER'S i H TR( RS 'I

SP:KEEPER'S RS 'I At the Shin. Ilan on Saturday a hott.ekeeiter molted Porter. of City terrace. Carlton. charged tt using bad language within hearing on the highway near Cat terrace. Carlton. on SnnadY• Jun' 29th. l' i proud could earn Bs. per day, b u t h e d ran k bit alas e th
July 19, 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
:: TINSLEY'S. :

:: TINSLEY'S. :

lust think what Cheap mean CARELESS WORK, BAD LEATHE POOR VALUE, AND NO SATISFACTION BOW'S & SHOES PAVE `I!: IST. BEST ENGLISH LEATHER W. TINSLEY
July 19, 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NEW SUITINGS FOR THE SUMMER. NEW BROWNS IN MANY SHADES. • NEW GREYS IN CASHMERES AND TWEEDS. [Wert Fn. Style

NEW SUITINGS FOR THE SUMMER. NEW BROWNS IN MANY SHADES. • NEW GREYS IN CASHMERES AND TWEEDS. [Wert Fn. Style

Guaranteed. LADIES' COSTUMES FROM 21 GUINEAS. CALL AND SEE OUR LARGE STOCK OF NEW COLOURINGS. H. W. PULHAM, 14, LISTER GATE. NOTTM. (Next Door t. Weatheralfs.)
July 19, 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
JOHN OLDHA 43, CHILWELL ROAD. 14 EESTON. CAB PROPRIETOR. FITRNITURE REMOVER. COAL MERCHANT. ALL ORDERS EXE PROMPTLY.

JOHN OLDHA 43, CHILWELL ROAD. 14 EESTON. CAB PROPRIETOR. FITRNITURE REMOVER. COAL MERCHANT. ALL ORDERS EXE PROMPTLY.

February 14, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 

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VANN AND GARDEN. R. KIRK. Hem Sec. Ponta fitment Onion. nee genial weather d the past week has b e

VANN AND GARDEN. R. KIRK. Hem Sec. Ponta fitment Onion. nee genial weather d the past week has b e

gs responsible for the remarkable vigour by all varieties of vegetation in our gardens. and I am afraid that this is cause for anxiety rather than pleasure. For in• stance, some d the rose and fruit trees are b ending forth young shoots which will sustain serious damage from fro
February 14, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
KEMP—In loving memory of my dear husband, John Kemp, late of 142, Commercial road, Snivel!, who departed this life February

KEMP—In loving memory of my dear husband, John Kemp, late of 142, Commercial road, Snivel!, who departed this life February

12th, 1912. Rest after weariness, Peace after pain. Ever fondly remembered by his wife and (airily. The above announcements may be left wits Mr. G. Wilcockson. newsagent. Main street, Bulwell; Mr. H. A. Price, High rood, Beeston; Mr. J. W. Clayton. 60. Main street, Carlton; and
February 14, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DON'TS FOR BRIDES.

DON'TS FOR BRIDES.

The perfect wife will soon arrive! So many guide books to the land of matrimonal bliss are being issued that the young bride will find it difficult to lose her way. Numerous signposts are provided in a book just published by a well•known American author, who gives many " don'ts
February 14, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Put W the Test.

Put W the Test.

Anotbee point which should not be overlooked is the fact that a woman's disposition meets in the sickroom its severest possible oat. If she finds it possible to make herself congenial to a man daring the irritating stress of his illness, she is more likely to make him a good wif
February 14, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE CAFE FOR YOU is the MIDLAND CAFE, 16, CANAL STREET, NOTTINGHAM (Facing Top of Greyfriar Gate). Tea, Coffee, and

THE CAFE FOR YOU is the MIDLAND CAFE, 16, CANAL STREET, NOTTINGHAM (Facing Top of Greyfriar Gate). Tea, Coffee, and

Coosa, it per Con Sandwiches, U. each. BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, AND TEAK Open at S H. DARKING, Proprietor_.
February 14, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England