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THE VALLEY OF ROSES.

THE VALLEY OF ROSES.

Perhaps the most important essence used in what may be called clean perfumery, is the far-famed otto of roses. This is chiefly made in the Valley of Kezanlik, in Bulgaria. This valley at the time of the rose harvest presents one of the mast beautiful sights it is possible to ima
February 10, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
RADICALISM V. SOCIALISM.

RADICALISM V. SOCIALISM.

A long debate took place on Thursday at Northampton between Mr. Labouchere, M.P., and Mr: Hyndman, of the Social Democratic Federation .on the subject of Socialism. Mr. Hyndmau declared that while a great deal oti distress and misery existed there was plenty for all if every one
February 10, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
liA I L WAY PA SS ENGE RS' ASSURANCE COMPANY, INSURE AUAINST RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS, EMPLOYERS' AB

liA I L WAY PA SS ENGE RS' ASSURANCE COMPANY, INSURE AUAINST RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS, EMPLOYERS' AB

I LiTy. £1,00,000. Established 1849, COMPENSATION PAID £3.350,000. -- 34, CORNII ILI.. LONDON. W. D. MASSY ' Secretaries • A. VIAN, • Agent—Mr. r. ELSTUB, Goods htat ion, Dewsbury. FIRE OVF ICE .11- 19 LOMBARD-STREET, A. 57, CHARING CROSS, LONDON. Established 1782, LOWEST CURREN
February 10, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
BROWNBILL AND CO., THE CITY JEWELLERS, Have REMOVED their Stock from 20, Quisn's ARCADE, to their CENTRAL ESTABLLSHMENT, 35, BRIGGATE,

BROWNBILL AND CO., THE CITY JEWELLERS, Have REMOVED their Stock from 20, Quisn's ARCADE, to their CENTRAL ESTABLLSHMENT, 35, BRIGGATE,

to enable them to personaily superintend all departments of their buainess, and HAVE EXTENDED the r precut preliliF, in order to meet their increasing hate THE HOUSE FOR NOVELTIES FOR WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS. REPAIRS DEPARTMENT. All who have good Watches and value them sho
February 10, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
, THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS RECEIVED. Patchwork f , r the Million. Never was Such a Thing Offered to the Public

, THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS RECEIVED. Patchwork f , r the Million. Never was Such a Thing Offered to the Public

betore. As we are now. Clearing our Enormous Stock of Summer Prints, we will Send Free, per parcels post, Ln receipt of fifteen stamps, Fifty Splendid Pieces of Print for Patchwork. Now is the time to make Cheap and Warm Quilts for the Winter. This is thoroughly Genuine.—SELLICI
February 10, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
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February 10, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
SOWERBY BRIDGE CHURCH ON FIRE. -- A FIREMAN KILLED. On Sunday afternoon a fire occurred at Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge,

SOWERBY BRIDGE CHURCH ON FIRE. -- A FIREMAN KILLED. On Sunday afternoon a fire occurred at Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge,

and the whole structure narrowly escaped destruction. A service for men only concluded soon after four o'clock. The address had been delivered by the Venerable Archdeacon Dwane, vicar of Wakefield, and the vicar of the church, the Rev. Canon Ivens, had been preaching at Wakefiel
February 10, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
The astounding advertisement which appears in a leading contemporary is creating a very natural curiosity in Church circles. Here it

The astounding advertisement which appears in a leading contemporary is creating a very natural curiosity in Church circles. Here it

is in all its ecclesiastical simplicity : • rr it E RE-UNION PILGRIMAGE to JERUSALEM. A LECTURES and SERMONS at Rome. Cairo. Jerti.alem, rind Athens, by the Lord Bishop of ORCEST ER, Archdeacon Farrar, Professor Mahaffy, and Canon Tristram. Starting February 6. Two berths vacant
February 10, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
I ) y s ()N ''"-1 2M i I ok t. , IGG A WATCH /111-ANT/FA-CTUREES. JEWELtERS. gILTIMagrraS DI W

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ATCrIFA'" Over 4,000 in 16te ll We arc net only Watch 4 , 60 0 Manufacturers. Every Vt aiett ""0 Establishment is " Registered " Watch WarraM., DysoNs Gentleman's 18-ct, Gold DYSONS Dysons DYSONS Dy soNs hedY's is-ct, Gold Lever „ A O. D DY Y ° ON NS S Drool, • DYSUNs G entleman
February 10, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THORNHILL EDGE.

THORNHILL EDGE.

SOCIETY.—Since the amalgamation of this Society with the Dewsbury Pioneers' Industrial Society, a great change has been effected in the shape of providing a reading and conversation room. The inhabitants, we are pleased to say. are availing themselves of the opportunity of being
February 27, 1895 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England