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H ZS LIMITED. FOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION yineuts. Catalogues Free. ITORIA STREET, GRINS B Y.
September 28, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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September 28, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, HULL.

THEATRE ROYAL, HULL.

LESSEE ~ WM. MORTON. WEEK COMMENCING, SEPT. 3Orll. American Drama. All T HE Scenery Effects, Fire Engine and Horses as at Princess Theatre, Lon- STILL don. Commence, 7-30. Prices 3s 2s Is., and . . 6d. Box Office at the A LARM. Theatre. Telephone No. 457. xctirion. NORTH EASTERN
September 28, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
SEATON WESLEYAN CHAPEL.

SEATON WESLEYAN CHAPEL.

The harvest festival of this chapel was held on Sunday last, when good congregations assembled both morning and evening. The building was very nicely decorated, and the appearance was very pleasing. Mr. R. G. Fisher, of Hornsea, preached a very appropriate sermon in the morning,
September 28, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
SISTER ETHEL AT DRIFFIELD. SERMON AT THE FREE METHODIST CHURCH.

SISTER ETHEL AT DRIFFIELD. SERMON AT THE FREE METHODIST CHURCH.

On Sunday morning the pulpit at the church in Bridge street was occupied by Sister Ethel, of the Deaconess' Institute, Bowrow House, London, who has come direct from the Institute to hold special services in connection with the United Methodist Free Church during the fortnight c
September 28, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
OSE PILLS

OSE PILLS

FOR PALE PEOPLE.
September 28, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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I f i f f It is a pleasure to be able to announce that the collections taken at the parish church on behalf of the Spring Bank Orphan Home realized over £2l. Such institutions are worthy of support, far more so than foreign missions and the like. Charity should begin at home, and
July 27, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
BURSTWICK.

BURSTWICK.

SUCCESSFUL HORSE BREEDERS.—At the Pocklington Horse Show held on Tuesday last, Mr. F. Blenkin obtained second prize for a hunting filly foal. The same exhibitor carried off first prize in the class for hunting brood mares. KEYINGHAM. MR. I. D. DuNN obtained first prize at the Po
July 27, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE GENERAL ELECTION. POSITION OF PARTIES.

THE GENERAL ELECTION. POSITION OF PARTIES.

Up to yesterday 631 members had been returned, of whom 398 were Unionists and 233 Liberals and Home Rulers, giving the former a majority of 165. There were still 39 members to be elected.
July 27, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England