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D I IN'T LOSE I-lEAR,T

D I IN'T LOSE I-lEAR,T

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February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
R A IL WAY PA c S o S m E p NAERS' ASSURANCE INSURES AGAINST RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, ACCIDENTS OF

R A IL WAY PA c S o S m E p NAERS' ASSURANCE INSURES AGAINST RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, ACCIDENTS OF

ALL KINDS, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. 'Capital £1,090,000. Established 1849, COMPENSATION PAID £3,350,000. -- 64, CORNHILI .z , LONDON. W. D. MASSY ' Secretaxies dl J A. VIAN, At:eta—Mr. J. ELSTUB, Goods t , tation, Dewsbury. - - —II -- CENIX FIR Ob . FICE 19 LOMBARD-STREET, & 57, CH
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
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February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
SEASON 1894.

SEASON 1894.

R. ALFRED CROOK, OSTENDE (Established half a century) Will , forward post free, on receipt of address, " CROOX'S PRICE RECORD," Containing Nominations and I..re,st m ar k et Movements ON ALL EVENTS THROUGHOUT TEE YEAR. Letters posted to Mr. R. Cnoox by night .mait arrive in Oste
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
Athletic Stores. 'ENV SEASON'S GOODS FOR TENNIS, CRICKET, ROUNDERS, FENCING,. &c. Largest stock in town. REPAIRS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. F.

Athletic Stores. 'ENV SEASON'S GOODS FOR TENNIS, CRICKET, ROUNDERS, FENCING,. &c. Largest stock in town. REPAIRS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. F.

GUTTERIIY3E, NORTHG&TE. DEWSBURY.
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
NE WAS INOWN.

NE WAS INOWN.

When the polite raided the Hand°lino Club, one of the gentlemen present was very much surprised. Ile is the wearer of a respected title, but when asked for his name by the inspector commanding, he gave the exceedhiglytunc , nnmon name of Jones. But the policeman wiis not to be c
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
AND VIOE VERSA.

AND VIOE VERSA.

Robert Rathgerber, who has just died in Chicago, was once worth a million of money. He had a handome wife and a bright son. An appetite for drink him to neglect his wife and business, until the lormer. it is said, secured a divorce and the latter went to ruin. He became a homele
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
MISS TENNANT'S ABILITIES.

MISS TENNANT'S ABILITIES.

Miss Margot Tennant, whose betrothal to Mr. Asquith has brought on both a multitude of congratulatices, is the daughter of Sir Charles Tennant, a hrge chemical manufacturer in Glasgow, and a leading Scotch Liberal. Her brother has been Mr. Asquith's private secretary ; her siste
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE 'U'NB.

THE 'U'NB.

Although there must necessarily be some degree of uncertainty with regard to the right bon, gentleman's continuance in office during the whole remaining course of the present Parliament, there is no reason to doubt that he locks forward to entering upon the work of the ensuing S
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
A NICE PEOPLE.

A NICE PEOPLE.

A speaker before the Geographical Society said that during his exploration of the Upper Mekong he saw a great deal of the people known as Laos. One could not say too much, he said, of the joyful, kindly, and hospitable character of the people. He never saw a surly face or heard
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England