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Low RATES.—The outlook for th( not particularly brilliant. Something , be accomplished with watchful care, School Board may reasonably be exPe, to curb, having now got over their une,v' ground, roughed by the extinction of P The fact must be kept well in view that heaviness of o
December 13, 1892 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
LANDLADY: "Oh, Mr. Spendon, valked into the hall and stole y our — ;oat !" MR. SpENDEm (gaily): "No matter,

LANDLADY: "Oh, Mr. Spendon, valked into the hall and stole y our — ;oat !" MR. SpENDEm (gaily): "No matter,

• I'll - ^ , A c•et it back. He'll doabtles.s" er ; soon get 1 ,o pawn it, and every pawnbroker ill cnows my spring overcoat." lre,Orva MRS. BEACON (new to 110110.-- ttgl, "Good morning, Mr. Cutts; me a good piece of roast beef?; j Supercilious butcher: " give you a good piece o
November 22, 1892 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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CARE OF THE EYES.

CARE OF THE EYES.

NEVER read in bed or when lying upon the sofa. Sit with your back to the light as much as possible. Attend to your digestion. Do not work longer than two hours without closing your eyes and resting them for five minutes. If your eyes are weak, bathe them in water to which a litt
November 22, 1892 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
9 ' – ° . – – YORK ROAD,

9 ' – ° . – – YORK ROAD,

9 ' - ° . - - YORK ROAD, LONDON, N.
November 22, 1892 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
GAMES.

GAMES.

The following highly interesting games were played between Messrs. G. Buchanan and D. M. M‘Gregor, in the final tie for the Kinning Park Liberal Association Cup;— GAME No. 315. "DYKE." Mr. Buchanan's move. 15 4 8 9 13 27 17 32 27 17 14 13 19 2 7 3 7 :6 25 26 20 31 18 21 17 26 23
December 13, 1892 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
iITEMS OF NEWS.

iITEMS OF NEWS.

"THE SCOTTISH DRAUGHT PLAYER." Part VI. of this useful and attractive work to hand. We notice Mr. Lees has at length disposed of the "Single Corner" and made a fair start on the "Defiance." Hurry up, veterans and tyros—all who are not yet subscribers to this unique treatiseand s
December 13, 1892 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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4totes an ontn-tettt.s.

4totes an IM r tRTISERS AND THE PUBLIC.—Mr. id Waterhouse deserves cordial thanks 'ne vigorous way in which he has called :Ition to the inconvenience and annoyance to the public by a large class of :kertisers. Against advertisements of the 4 kind, and in the right place, no one )
December 13, 1892 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England