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Emigration, &c.

Emigration, &c.

CANADA. —Wanted, SO Agricultural Labourers, Domestic Servant , ml 20 Strong Lads for Ontario, Canada. Part pas , money advanced.— Apply for particulars to J. G. U Auctioneer and Emigration Agent, CH P.STER-LE-STREE f. W ESLEYAN CHURCH, Chester-le-street. Preacher, Morning—kar. J
August 15, 1913 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
GAME TRESPASS.

GAME TRESPASS.

For having trespassed in pursuit of game at Lamesley. on July 17th. James Nasehy and Joon Musgrove were each fined 10 - and costs. THREATS. For Lasing used threatening language to Mary Blonkinson. Ruth Liddle of Felton Fell. was dismissed. Complainant said the defendant threaten
August 15, 1913 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

BIRTLEY BLACK FELL CLUB. The fifth monthly stroke competition was held on Saturday. with the following result: Hr. Forster . F. P. Papitcr T. Lummlen. jt nr. H. S. Clephan N. P. Pattinson it'. H. L.. Bell LAMBTON COLLIERIES CLUB v. HOUGHTON-LE SPRING. At Lambtnn. • Lambtoa. Houg
August 15, 1913 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
KYNOCH CARTRIDGES /* KYNOCH

KYNOCH CARTRIDGES /* KYNOCH

KYNOCH CARTRIDGES KYNOCH 0:- per 100 . (1 KY NOCH MADE 8 per !GO 9 per 100 10,6 per 100 Also 1216 pee •OLI W. Clarke & Son, Ltd., Ironmongers, Chester-le-Street• KYNOCH MADE _IPRI AX" /in
August 15, 1913 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
H. SOWERBY, R.P.C., PLUMBER, Gas and Hot Water Ritter, and Sanitary Engineer, Front Street, Chester-le-Street. Repairs promptly attended to.

H. SOWERBY, R.P.C., PLUMBER, Gas and Hot Water Ritter, and Sanitary Engineer, Front Street, Chester-le-Street. Repairs promptly attended to.

August 15, 1913 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
M. R. Metcalfe,

M. R. Metcalfe,

86, FRONT STRINT, A. H. THOMPSON &SON Motor Haulage Contractors GENERAL CARRIER& FURNITURE REMOVED. FRONT STREET, PELTOI4. W. CLARKE & SON. LTD.. Qatar4taross &wield Plain. the best Hoses Miniskirt I North, hove •t times a Lary Stook $ furnish from • mows • Ti..• isms. disease S
September 1, 1916 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
Jos. Richardson & Son, Tailors, Drapers, & Resign, NEWFIELD & CRAGHEAD. Plain and Fancy Hosiery, Gloves, Skirts, Blouses, Belts, Corsets,

Jos. Richardson & Son, Tailors, Drapers, & Resign, NEWFIELD & CRAGHEAD. Plain and Fancy Hosiery, Gloves, Skirts, Blouses, Belts, Corsets,

and Underclothing. Pinafores in Newest Styles. Baby Linen and Millinery a Speciality. TAILORING. A Smart Overcoat or a Suit to Measure.
April 18, 1913 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
The resolution was agree] to. LUMLEY BRIDGE.

The resolution was agree] to. LUMLEY BRIDGE.

The following report was presented:— Menu. the Chester-le•Street Rural and Urfun District Coun•:ils, Chester-le-Street. Gentlemen. We have to report that the principal work during the past month has been the construction of the temporary bridge across the river which will be com
April 18, 1913 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
VEGETABLE PRODUCTS oombuma

VEGETABLE PRODUCTS oombuma

VEGETABLE PRODUCTS The comities big to acknowledge, with many thanks, gifts from the following: Mrs. Thompson. Morton House; Sir Lindsay Wood, Miss Heather and Master lan Wood, Hermitage; Miss Ann Hale, Hermitage; Mrs. Tindale. Moor Cottage; Temp. Boys' School; Mrs. Gilchrist. We
September 1, 1916 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
BROTHERHOOD To be held the Chapel, Lew Chan. First. at 3 p.m. eraser Ma. Wu,ame, Wasted. by Miss Dickson sad

BROTHERHOOD To be held the Chapel, Lew Chan. First. at 3 p.m. eraser Ma. Wu,ame, Wasted. by Miss Dickson sad

Miss Mary Smith. AU moo are welcome.
September 1, 1916 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England