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MAGAZINES for 1889. ENLARGED to 80 PAGES. The Quiver. MONTHLY, price Bd. " Tee Qmvse is beet of all the

MAGAZINES for 1889. ENLARGED to 80 PAGES. The Quiver. MONTHLY, price Bd. " Tee Qmvse is beet of all the

magazines devoted to Sunday reading."—Saterday "There are several complete_ stories in THE QUlVER bette worth a guinea and a than many for which that sum is charged. '—Seruirry School Times. 'There can be but one opinion as to its unapproachable character. Never before was so mu
January 19, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
/ and new sad Ckurebee, Chapel., Weston 1 17 ; b et, VaTlTokr&T= Stables, Su adinge, 4Efit. Bnildingt here. view.

/ and new sad Ckurebee, Chapel., Weston 1 17 ; b et, VaTlTokr&T= Stables, Su adinge, 4Efit. Bnildingt here. view.

. F „,, r 7 ; _,-. 1 0.0 Lonna/ is •Aw WORKS jtel:Llnwtd,2_B6.o... surrnatertourns as Err FAIINACEMPS lIELLni , s FOOD FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS; Rich in Mood Price ce 216 and Bono- Per Bottle. forming Elements, FOR THE HEALTHFUL REARING Of HAND-FED CHUN', AND THE PRESERVATION OF
January 19, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
Fula. Diascrnoss MO iIYIN !rim EA= Bac

Fula. Diascrnoss MO iIYIN !rim EA= Bac

WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. WORTH A GUINEA A WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. Tor females of all ages they are invaluable. No female should be without them. There is not a medicine to be found equal to them for removing any obstruction or Irregularity of the ystem. If according to the given with
January 26, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
EPITOME OF NEWS.

EPITOME OF NEWS.

Mussy: will hold a drawing-roota at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, February 26th. TWs latest thing in A Of producing ice by boilisg water and ammonia. fdahclista have a newspaper. It is published at Omdurman, and is called the Mareaslwak. In it often appear notes of what is happe
January 26, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
WAS WON AND LOST.

WAS WON AND LOST.

Mr Xeuss moved that Mr Marriott be elected chairman of the board for the next three years. Mr Marriott had not sat on the last board but had • done 60 during the beginning or formation of the board. Ile had sat for six years and discharged the duties remarkable indeed in those d
January 26, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE OLD PEOPLE'S TREAT.

THE OLD PEOPLE'S TREAT.

The sixth annual treat to the old people of Dewebury took place on Tuesday, in the Albert hall, kindly lent for the 0CC4.91011 by Mr T. Kerwin. The origivators of the treat, Mr Wm Machell, Mr Win Metcalf and Mr A. B. Stapleton, agsin took a very active part in the arrangements,
January 26, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

On the 18th Inet, at Springfield Chapel, Dewebory, by the Rev Duman (irant, Frank Wilby t Ada. Hunter, both of South Oesett —On the 10th itrtt. Goodare to Emily Dews, both of Oesett. On the 20th lust, at the Wellington Wad Chapel. Dewebary. by the Her John Chariot Henry Beckett
January 26, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
MORLEY.

MORLEY.

On Saturday evening a very successful vocal and instrumeutal concert was given in the th-operative Hall, under the ausp i ces of the Brass Band, before a very large audience, . WORKPEOPLICS rILEAT.—The workpeople employed at City Mill, had a tea provided in Mr Brown's day school
January 26, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
A CURIOITB POINT. Mr. Justice Chitty has been asked for his decielon In the matter of A. H. Belly, deceased,

A CURIOITB POINT. Mr. Justice Chitty has been asked for his decielon In the matter of A. H. Belly, deceased,

and in an action of Baily v. Baily regarding the proper person against whom an execution should be iuued. Mr. Alfre,i Head Baily, the proprietor of Belly's MostMy Magarise, died in 1884, leaving & will and executors appointed under it, one of when Mr. Alfred Peed Haily, jun. In
January 26, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
MR CRAWSITAW'S CANDIDATURE.

MR CRAWSITAW'S CANDIDATURE.

On Monday evening, a meeting in support of the candidature of Mr Simon Crawshaw, for Saints, and St John's Ward was held in Providence Chapel, Westborough. Mr Wm. Hemingway presided. The attendance was limited. _ The Chairman thought that they should have had a better meeting, a
January 26, 1889 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England