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BRIERCLIFFE. ON Monday the choir of Haggate Baptist Chapel had their annual outing, the rendezvous this year being Windermere Lake.

BRIERCLIFFE. ON Monday the choir of Haggate Baptist Chapel had their annual outing, the rendezvous this year being Windermere Lake.

MILL Srori•AcEs.—Four firms out of the six in Briercliffe are at a standstill during the whole of this week ; work commenced at the other two places on Tuesday morning. The four standing ' are :—Hill End Shed, Queen-street Mill, Hag - gate Weaving Co., and Messrs. AlthEIM'S. THE
June 11, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
• TMAMOND rtilirLEß M ed S II•TA Blearstiem Prins r".. EL M. BALE, Medallist. Constitution Mill, BIRMINGHAM. AND

• TMAMOND rtilirLEß M ed S II•TA Blearstiem Prins r".. EL M. BALE, Medallist. Constitution Mill, BIRMINGHAM. AND

June 11, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
POPULAR ROAD RACER, tYre....ATat 17.1[...70. ER bi- lowLss,99 Darr.= lid,Birminiewn MVENTRY ragesotee4 CYCLE prkes. tree. lIAY7LOWER CYCLI CQ., CYCLE CIICO.

POPULAR ROAD RACER, tYre....ATat 17.1[...70. ER bi- lowLss,99 Darr.= lid,Birminiewn MVENTRY ragesotee4 CYCLE prkes. tree. lIAY7LOWER CYCLI CQ., CYCLE CIICO.

ja COVICNTRY . Tem M•c ••• HIGH GRADE. •1•0 At MOD.PATI PRICLI. it .41 eurlt how
June 11, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
N ELSON CYCLING CLUB. THE ANNUAL ANIATELN EVENING ATHLETIC SPORTS Under the Rules of the N.C.U. and A.A.A. Laws, by

N ELSON CYCLING CLUB. THE ANNUAL ANIATELN EVENING ATHLETIC SPORTS Under the Rules of the N.C.U. and A.A.A. Laws, by

whom permission has been granted, will be held On the GROUND of the NELSON CRICKET CLUB On TUESDAY, JUNE 29th, 1897, To commence at 6 o'clock prompt. PRIZES VALUE t6O WILL BE NEARLY GIVEN. Handicapper—WALTEit PLATT, A.A.A. Hon. Secretaries—Mr. R. FOSTER, Bradley House; Mr. A. HA
June 11, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
Ittontg and to _ THROSTLE NEST MILL COMPANY, LTD. The Directors invite LOANS of .C. 50 and upwards at ci

Ittontg and to _ THROSTLE NEST MILL COMPANY, LTD. The Directors invite LOANS of .C. 50 and upwards at ci

per cent. Apply, Messrs. Moorhouse :•on, Accountants, Nelson. 417 f
June 11, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
CUTTINGS FROM THE comics.

CUTTINGS FROM THE comics.

(From Pesos.) Cab Hunting.--Stont Party (hunting by doctor's orders): Tell me, Huntsman, in the event of your dogs not killing any foxes this morning, will you give them anything to eat when they get home? The Forlorn Hope.—Mies Tabith (reading to herself from "Time.," September
October 1, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
GALLANT7ty: O.IP. BRITISH SAILORS.

GALLANT7ty: O.IP. BRITISH SAILORS.

GALLANT7ty: O . IP . BRITISH SAILORS. it estill;hed thai r tb - e - o - a — ptarn ortie - s — n . nken Austrian steamer Ike entirely to blame for the shipping disaster at Fiume, and the captain of the British steamer Tuna is entirely exonerated. As soon se collision ooeurred the
October 1, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
THE PENGE MYSTERY. --- LETTER FROM LOUIS STAUNTON.

THE PENGE MYSTERY. --- LETTER FROM LOUIS STAUNTON.

THE PENGE MYSTERY. LETTER FROM LOUIS STAUNTON. Louis Staunton, who has recently left prison, after serving twenty years' penal servitude for the alleged murder of his wife, Harriet Staunton. has addressed the following letter to the Press Association " Having at last obtained my
October 1, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
Consultation Free.

Consultation Free.

A New TREATMENT WITHOUT 0 PICHATION FOR Cataract awl all Diseases of the Eye; Deafness in all its forms; Noises in the Ears; Dischargee from the Ears Cured. Deafness from Influenza cured. Nine cases out of ten cured without personal interview. !special remedies for each case can
October 1, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
:MARKET PLACE FRAUDS: RUWARD OFFERED.

:MARKET PLACE FRAUDS: RUWARD OFFERED.

Warrants have been issued, and a reward of £lO is now offered, for the apprehension and conviction of two men charged with obtaining money under false pretences, by selling as Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People "pills not being the Pills of the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
October 1, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England