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MONEY ADVANCED PRIVATELY. at a few hours' notice. £3 to advanced to Tradesmen i Farmers ; and all respectable persons

MONEY ADVANCED PRIVATELY. at a few hours' notice. £3 to advanced to Tradesmen i Farmers ; and all respectable persons

entirely on their OWN NOTE OF HAND ALONE, No Sureties required. NO Bills of Sate, and the Strictest Secrecy (ir'uaranteed. Easy terms and repayments. Advances also made to any amount on Shares, Reversions, Legades, &c, For further particulars, apply personally . or by letter, t.
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
SEASON 1891. ST. BUCFIANAN, TURF ACCOUNTANT ST. DUNSTAN'S CHAMERS FEfTER.LANE,LONDON, E,C, -- Spring Handicaps, Two Thousand Guineas, Epsom, Derby, &c,

SEASON 1891. ST. BUCFIANAN, TURF ACCOUNTANT ST. DUNSTAN'S CHAMERS FEfTER.LANE,LONDON, E,C, -- Spring Handicaps, Two Thousand Guineas, Epsom, Derby, &c,

Write for Terms. Telegrams—" fronbOuntl," London. d 34 1 ESTABLISHED 1861. JAMES WEBSTER, MIDDLEBURG, HOLLAND. " The Turf Chronicle," containing the latest market movements On the LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP, GRAND NATIONAL, CITY AND SURBURBAN, DERBY, &c., and other important events,
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LATEST FASHIONS. . Just at present there is no absolutely definite style in the world of millinery must be

THE LATEST FASHIONS. . Just at present there is no absolutely definite style in the world of millinery must be

lii ' - quite clear to all. Anything be worn, from a Gainsborough to a bargee cap, and . 1 e wearer cannot be said to be violating any of fashion's decrees. Last Sunday we noticed one of fashion's leaders wearing a particularly delightful Gainsborough carliae . e chapeau. with a
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
STRICTLY PLATONIC. From a Liverpool paper : ADY IN BUSINESS DESIRES TO MEET WITH JA cultured and moral man. View

STRICTLY PLATONIC. From a Liverpool paper : ADY IN BUSINESS DESIRES TO MEET WITH JA cultured and moral man. View

companionship, not marriage. Genuine —Adress, in first instance, X 16, Mercury office
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
nENGER'S 10. )1). oil INFANTS. ILDREN, and IN VALI D 3. n " be assimilated grFai -"r e lancet.

nENGER'S 10. )1). oil INFANTS. ILDREN, and IN VALI D 3. n " be assimilated grFai -"r e lancet.

February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
HOW TO KEEP THE DOCTOR AWAY GET A BOTTLE OF TEASDALE , s CHLORODYNE And have it in your house.

HOW TO KEEP THE DOCTOR AWAY GET A BOTTLE OF TEASDALE , s CHLORODYNE And have it in your house.

It relieves more pain and causes more joy than any other medicine. In Coughs and Bronchitis no pen can describe the wonderful cures; in Consumption it gives an amount of ease and cointort not attainable by any other remedy; and for Cramp, Spasms, Wind, and Pain iil3 the Stomach
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
Arriving at home shortly afterwards the mother of the boy found that both sixpences were base metal.—Mr. Taylor, silversmith, stated

Arriving at home shortly afterwards the mother of the boy found that both sixpences were base metal.—Mr. Taylor, silversmith, stated

that all the r:oins were bad; they were entirely of lead. — Detective Mayo, who apprehended Starkey, stated that when charged he made a statement incriminating John Regan, who was charged with offering a bad shilling on the 22nd January to a shopkeeper muned Metcalfe in Mount-st
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
BENTLEY S

BENTLEY S

yORKSHIRE BREWERIES, LIMITED. REGISTERZD Onnez : WOODULSFOB.D. Levi& BREWERS AND WINE, SPIRIT, AND MERCHANTS.
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
STIRRING HIM UP.

STIRRING HIM UP.

In order to rouse a tiger in the Imperial Zoo at Schonbrunn on one occasion it was necessary to thrust a lighted newspaper into the cage. Unfortunately the animal grabbed the paper with his mouth, and singed off all his whiskers. From the day that he lost his whiskers he never w
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
FASHIONS IN DOGLAND.

FASHIONS IN DOGLAND.

Even a dogs' tailor now flourishes in Paris. The tailor is a woman, and in her reception-rooms Prince Bow-wow has rugs, water bowls, and biscuit jars to refresh him during the trying-on process. Here are the daintiest water-colour pattern books to choose from, and anything from
March 3, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England