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A TRIBUTE TO THE LATE CANON BESIP.

A TRIBUTE TO THE LATE CANON BESIP.

The interesting function of the institution and induction of the Rev. W. Romaine Hervey, M.A., the late vicar of Southowram, Halifax, to the important vicariate of Birstall, rendered vacant by the death of the Rev. Canon Kemp, took place on Tuesday evening week, at the Parish Ch
October 2, 1895 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
GI:EY HAIR! NECROCEINE (for Colouring the Hair) (REGISTERED). TA INS Grey Hair, Whiskers, Eyebrows any shade desired. Does not stain

GI:EY HAIR! NECROCEINE (for Colouring the Hair) (REGISTERED). TA INS Grey Hair, Whiskers, Eyebrows any shade desired. Does not stain

the skin. Is applied in a 0 few minutes, and nn like injurious hair-dyes and so-called nut-gall extracts, it is Harmless, Washable, Lasting. awl Restores the Colour to the Roots, making detection impossible, and is undoubtedly the Cleanest and Best Hair Stainer in the world. No.
October 2, 1895 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
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October 2, 1895 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
These famous Pills cleanse and regulate the whole system,leztving it free from all impurities. They carry off all unhealthy humours;

These famous Pills cleanse and regulate the whole system,leztving it free from all impurities. They carry off all unhealthy humours;

are admirable in ,women's ailments, overcoming all irregularities and maintaining the system in health, strength, and vigour. To use them always is to keep yourself in perfect health—the bowels free, the liver active, the head clear, and the skin and complexion free from blemish
October 2, 1895 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
Erabe Abbressco.

Erabe Abbressco.

October 2, 1895 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. CHEAP TRIPS TO NOTTINGHAM (Goose Fair), THURSDAY, October 3rd, from Batley at 7.35 a.m., Dewsbury (U.N.) 7.40,

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. CHEAP TRIPS TO NOTTINGHAM (Goose Fair), THURSDAY, October 3rd, from Batley at 7.35 a.m., Dewsbury (U.N.) 7.40,

Ossett 7.48 ; also SATURDAY, October sth, from Batley at 1.5 p.m., Dewsbury (U.N.) 1.15. Ossett 1.22, Flushdyke 1.25, Thornhill 1.45, Horbury 1.52. Tickets, Bills, &c., at stations. HENRY OAKLEY, General Manager.
October 2, 1895 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
ABSTRACT CI RECEIPTS Brought from last year's Account .. £173,311,217 9 3 Repayment. of Mortgages £72,062 14 4 Subscriptions.. 201

ABSTRACT CI RECEIPTS Brought from last year's Account .. £173,311,217 9 3 Repayment. of Mortgages £72,062 14 4 Subscriptions.. 201

383 1 6 Sale of Stocks. Bonds, 1,345,523 14 4 Interest, Dividends, and Ground Rents .. 219,483 14 3 Entrance .. .• 1,3118 15 0 Fines 30 17 4 Cheque Books and Paso Books 2,972 8 1 Contingent Fund Fees .. 1,261 14 6 Register Fees 322 5 0 Transfer Fees .• 11 1 0 Commission 1,903 7
October 2, 1895 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
ELLIMAN'S UNIVERSAL EMBROCATION is lid. & 2s. 9d.

ELLIMAN'S UNIVERSAL EMBROCATION is lid. & 2s. 9d.

February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
WORLD-FAWM ---- ..0,., .. 1 I I.‘lri,

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;oca using and clearing the 'olood from all .'itje,. it cannot he too highly recommended. For SCROFULA, SCURVY. ECZEMA, and BLOOD DISEASES. PIMPLES, SORES OF ALL KINDS. its effects are It tires Old Sores. 8 ,res on the Neck, ureii Sore Legs. Pimples on the Face. Cures Scurvy. :'
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
A SEQUEL TO THE NOVEMBER GALES.

A SEQUEL TO THE NOVEMBER GALES.

Last November the steam trawler North Sea, of Aberdeen, was lost in a gale, and all hands were supposed to be drowned. The wife of one, William Paul, last week received a letter, apparently from her husband, dated from. Liverpool. It stated that he had been picked up by a passin
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England