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THE FORTHCOMING BEDGETS.

THE FORTHCOMING BEDGETS.

In the matter of Imperial revenue tl are is at the present time, amongst many people a good deal of curiosity as to Sir Michael Hicks-Beach has in store for us in the shape of new and increased taxation. It goes without saying that some of those cheap patriots who supported the
March 8, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
MASTER AND MATRONS SALARIES. AN INCREASE.

MASTER AND MATRONS SALARIES. AN INCREASE.

Mr Greenwood (Colne), in accordance with his notice of motion, moved, That, pursuant to Gm reicommendation of the Workhouse Visiting Committee, and subject to the sanction of the Local Government Board, the salary of Mr Swift, master, be increased from 1:100 to £l2O per annum, a
March 8, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
C. J. EDWARDS

C. J. EDWARDS

CREAT WINTER SALE, 41, SCOTLAND ROAD, NELSON.
March 8, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
30 - IIN SPENCER'S PLAIN AN D COARSE BREAD UNSURPASSED QUALITY. RICH PLUM, SEED, AND MADEIRA CAKES ALWAYS ON HAND.

30 - IIN SPENCER'S PLAIN AN D COARSE BREAD UNSURPASSED QUALITY. RICH PLUM, SEED, AND MADEIRA CAKES ALWAYS ON HAND.

BRIDE AND BIRTH DAY CAKES MADE To _ 43, SCOTLAND ROAD, AND MARKET HALL, NELsox 59h
March 8, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
FANS! FANS! IN GREAT VARIETY, AT ALL PRICES, AT BRIGHT'S, MANCHESTER ROAD BURNLEY. LATHAM & ItUsIITON NEWBRIDGE STEAM JOINERY WORKS,

FANS! FANS! IN GREAT VARIETY, AT ALL PRICES, AT BRIGHT'S, MANCHESTER ROAD BURNLEY. LATHAM & ItUsIITON NEWBRIDGE STEAM JOINERY WORKS,

BARROWFORD, JOINERS, CABINET MAKERS, UNDERTAKERS, &C. Shop and Office Fittings a Speciality. Coffins of every description on the shortest notice. Jobbing work promptly attended to. A post-card ensures prompt attention. Estimates Free. Uri
March 8, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
NOTICE TO OUR READERS. OUR READERS AND PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO REMEMBER THAT THE "NELSON CHRONICLE IS PRINTED AT OUR

NOTICE TO OUR READERS. OUR READERS AND PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO REMEMBER THAT THE "NELSON CHRONICLE IS PRINTED AT OUR

OWN NEW PRINTING WORKS, ALBERT HALL BUILDINGS, BROAD STREET, NELSON. ' THESE WORKS HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED, BOTH AS TO I MACHINERY AND TYPE, FOR THE EXECUTION OF EVERY KIND OF Commercial, Professional, and General Printing, AND OUR PATRONS MAY DEPEND ON THE BEST POSSIBLE W
March 8, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
JOHN NOBLE LT. rviik6NZAKEsifig

JOHN NOBLE LT. rviik6NZAKEsifig

March 8, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

A NEW YEARS WISH (-Go into the village over against you.". St. Matt. 21, 2.) In the great world aching with many needs, We often dream; And our fond hearts imagine dazzling deeds, And in our dreaming everything succeeds: The mountains topple over at a touch To cleave the seas fo
January 11, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
A DISASTROUS YEAR FOR THE STAPLE INDUSTRY.

A DISASTROUS YEAR FOR THE STAPLE INDUSTRY.

Mr F. Stonehouse proposed the 'Town and Trade of Nelson," in a pointed speech. lie thought that the history of Nelson showed one continuous march of progress (hear, hear). The advent of the electrical scheme and the tramway scheme showed that the rulers of the town intended to c
January 11, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
OLD TIME TALKS. REMINISCENCES OF A COLN& GENTLEMAN THE COLNE RIOTS.

OLD TIME TALKS. REMINISCENCES OF A COLN& GENTLEMAN THE COLNE RIOTS.

I had a very pleasant chat with Mr. George Carr, of Keighley-road, Colne, on Monday afternoon. Although well advanced in years, and being troubled with rheumatism, he is still able to get about, and is always ready "hale fellow well me,." We talked about Bonny Cottle in days lon
January 11, 1901 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England