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THE PALACE

THE PALACE

HIGH ROAD. BEESTON . MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY. WHAT WOMEN WILL DO uripg ANNA Q. NILSSON. A SAILOR MADE MAN A Fire Re ' I ( 3me4l Feu uthig HAROLD LW% D. THURSDAY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY. The Plaything of Broadway Siarring JUSTINE JOHNSON The Lomb Lefty of Gresvemer Featuring BET
March 17, 1923 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
I am always glad receive short and The ettor:rous amount exported may paragraphs relating to news happenings in But- be

I am always glad receive short and The ettor:rous amount exported may paragraphs relating to news happenings in But- be

reason for the anomaly, but many well and district. These should be sent in a. think 'that home orders should be sat:3- early in the week' and not later field before foreign consignaments. than Thursday mornings. Advertisements or sews n: y be left with Mr. W. A. Fyson. i * * *
March 17, 1923 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NOTTS. COUNTY CRICKET CLUB. THE Committee are prepared to the name cf a represen' ative member (ton each of the

NOTTS. COUNTY CRICKET CLUB. THE Committee are prepared to the name cf a represen' ative member (ton each of the

five Parliainentaiv Divisions of the County to serve On the Committee. Names he sent to the Secretary, 26, Park ns, Nottinghom, on or before 31st March.
March 17, 1923 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
EASTER EGGS.

EASTER EGGS.

Easter Eggs are all right for etildnen, but I like to please the. grownups. That is the reasan I always buy the best Meat to be found. I r care whether you require Beef, Mutton, Veal, Canterbury Lamb, or even Sausage, you cannot tind anythirg, to beat what the Busy ButUter supp
March 17, 1923 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WORK IN THE FLOWER GARDEN.

WORK IN THE FLOWER GARDEN.

Get all kinds of roses planted as soon as possible. Climbers growing on arches, per- golas. fences. and south and west walls may also be pruned this week. Leave the pruning of dwarf roses and standards till later on. If a good show of flowers be desired in April, May. and earl•
March 17, 1923 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
W H E TT 0 N'S RE-BUILDING SALE ...

W H E TT 0 N'S RE-BUILDING SALE ...

W H E TT 0 N'S RE-BUILDING SALE --. Alterations Commenced During Alterations, we are unable to display our Goods, but are offering them inside at LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICES Wonderful Bargains High-grade Footwear YOUR OPPOR TUNI;TVI F. H. Whetton, Ltd. MOCCASIN STOREa MARKET
March 17, 1923 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE FLOOD WALL SCHEME.

THE FLOOD WALL SCHEME.

mR.. RICHARDSON'S CASE AT L.G.B. AUDITOR'S INQUIRY a sequel to the objections taken by Mr. J. Richardson, Mr. E. Kirk (who, it will be remembered, was a candidate at the recent election), and Mr. C. Cunnieliffe )to the flood mall scheme embarked upon during the past year, Mr. W.
May 2, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
To Ike editor.

To Ike editor.

To editor. Dear ya.+ will allow I would bko to say that women want the vote so that they can efficiently look after the very rightssome admit they should have"looking after m.an's comfort, Wring care of the children, making the home nice and tidy, and minding their own business.
May 2, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SATURDAY- GAZT-TTE AND ECHO MAY 2, 1914.

SATURDAY- GAZT-TTE AND ECHO MAY 2, 1914.

May 2, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CINAMON CAKE.

CINAMON CAKE.

Whites of two ei:gs. one ctp of sugar. one cup of milk. onelsili cup of buttsr, ape and half flour, two spoonfuls of baling powder. When baked, spread the top and sides with king made of the yolks of two eggs, tree4ourths of a cup of brown sugar. one teaspoonful of ground cinnam
May 2, 1914 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England