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POSTERS, HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS, PAINTED POSTERS, SANDWICH BOARDS

POSTERS, HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS, PAINTED POSTERS, SANDWICH BOARDS

January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TWO.

TWO.

January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Man With a Thirst.

Man With a Thirst.

Edgar Oakland, a carter, of Ratcliffe street, Nottingham, was busy quenching his thirst at the Portland Arms, Hucknall, on January 9th, whilst P.c. Wrotchford was watching his unattended horse and dray outside. It was 20 minutes before Oakland reappeared, and he was fined 7s. 6d
January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Write for Truss Lista. Write for Belt List. Large Quantity of Army Belts, Bandages, liplinta, and all Active Service Equipment

Write for Truss Lista. Write for Belt List. Large Quantity of Army Belts, Bandages, liplinta, and all Active Service Equipment

H. WILKINSON, Manufacturer, 3, FRIAR LANE. Works : SHERWOOD STREET. Nottingham. Phones 304 and 3134 a.
January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SATURDAY-

SATURDAY-

January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Hearing—a Family Inheritance.

Hearing—a Family Inheritance.

The power of healing appears to be an inheritance of the Green family, for in Mr. J. H. Bcardsmore's "History of Hucknall," we read how his grandfather, Richard Green, acquired the art. In that authority we find that he actually took part in the battles which were raging 100 yea
January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
'HAIRS

'HAIRS

TO he 1 of Nottingham and I District. May we apps to you, to let us have your chairs that require re-caning. THE number we are now receiv• ing is quite inadequate to keep our Blind youths employed. 150. CHAIRS are wanted weekly for re-seating to maintain a steady flow of work. O
January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NOTTINGHAM Savings Bank, LOW PAVEMENT. Established 1818. Conducted Under Government Supervision. Feeds Exceed £1,300,000. Surplus £49,000. Depositors 41,500. Any sum

NOTTINGHAM Savings Bank, LOW PAVEMENT. Established 1818. Conducted Under Government Supervision. Feeds Exceed £1,300,000. Surplus £49,000. Depositors 41,500. Any sum

from Ow to £5O received in the Ordinary Department, and from £5 to £5OO in the Special Investment Department. Pass Books are given free, and Depositors' Accounts are kept private. Security absolute. For full information apply at the Bank. ROBERT YOUNG, Actuary. Our Platform • *
January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
A Friendly Chat With Girls.

A Friendly Chat With Girls.

ARGUMENT. By " Doris." A good many years ago a wise person said that there were three "Don's," which every clergyman should add to the marriage ceremony. "Don't argue, don't bicker, don't nag," and the greatest of these is don't argue. In answer to a letter from one of my girls
January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FEVER IN THE TRENCHES. DISEASE IS TAKING HEAVY TOLL

FEVER IN THE TRENCHES. DISEASE IS TAKING HEAVY TOLL

AMONG TROOPS AT FRONT. It is in the hospitals that the Allies are now suffering their heaviest losses. Thouands of British, French and Belgian soldiers, it is said, are dying of pneumonia and kindred diseases, brought on by exposure in the trenches to the stormy weather, and tho
January 23, 1915 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England