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ADVICE GRATIS..

ADVICE GRATIS..

Benighted ; - I.l.lnig - ht Bachelor is not necessarily an u iiiii arried man. Boss.—l'erliaps you are right when you say that the liunmow Flitch is all gammon. New Woman.—We have always thought that the coming was a waiter. Epicure.—Yes, the beet covert of partridges is the dis
September 24, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
WORK LNG GIRLS.

WORK LNG GIRLS.

WILLING, ABLE, AND AMBITIOU, BUT OFTEN HELD BACK BY AN ILLNESS THEY NOT UNDERSTAND. DIEU are, alas, too many cases where the working girl, whether in the shop, the factory, or in general service, is one of the bread-winners for a widowed mother and the younger children; she must
September 24, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
Doctors recommend VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA • Because, as The Lancet says, "It yields "a maximum proportion of the valuable food

Doctors recommend VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA • Because, as The Lancet says, "It yields "a maximum proportion of the valuable food

"constituents . . . easy of assimilation and "digestion." Fathers like VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA Because, as The British Medical yournal says, "It is perfect in flavour, pure, well "prepared and rich in alkaloid" (the healthy natural stimulant of Cocoa). Mothers buy VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA
September 24, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
SPENCER , CONFECTIONER, FANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER 43, SCOTLAND ROAD, , LED MARKET HALL, NELSON. TEA PARTIES PROVIDED FOR.

SPENCER , CONFECTIONER, FANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER 43, SCOTLAND ROAD, , LED MARKET HALL, NELSON. TEA PARTIES PROVIDED FOR.

WEDDINGS and FUNERALS supplied with requisites. (ETU
September 24, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
sUNLIGHT&-.LIFEBUOY 6 ' SOAP COMPETITIONS. 1.. Competitors may enter EACH or EVERY MONTH for EITHER or BOTH "Sunlight" or "Lifcbuoy"

sUNLIGHT&-.LIFEBUOY 6 ' SOAP COMPETITIONS. 1.. Competitors may enter EACH or EVERY MONTH for EITHER or BOTH "Sunlight" or "Lifcbuoy"

Competitions, but must mend in the "SUNLIGHT" or "LIPEBUOY" Coupons in SEPARATE PACKETS, carefully marked on the outside of the postal wrapper "SUNLIGHT" or "LIFEBUOV." 2. For this Competition the United Kingdom will be divided into 7 Districts. and the prizes will be awarded ev
September 24, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
HIGH DIVER'S DEATH.

HIGH DIVER'S DEATH.

A Rhyl correspondent telegraphs that Timmy Burns, " Champion Bridge Jumper and High Diver of the World," met with his death on Tuesday while performing one of those foolhardy feats by which he had made himself famous during the past few years. Burns had engaged to give a swimmin
July 9, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
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July 9, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
SUNDAY IN THE CHURCHES.

SUNDAY IN THE CHURCHES.

SERVICE LIST: NONCONFORMIST PLACES OF WORSHIP. Sunday, July llth, 1897, morning at 10-30, evening 6-0. . . . „, _ Baptist, Carr-road, Rev. D. 0. Davis, Rochdale. Baptist, Elizabeth-street, morning, Mr. G. Walsh; evening, Mr. E. Nuttall, Baptist, Woodlands-road, morning, Congrega
July 9, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
BRIERFIELD.

BRIERFIELD.

To Cyclists: The Cyclists' Route Book of Great Britain and Ireland, with map of England and Wales, in five sections, 23rd thousand, If- each; and all kinds of Pocket Maps, Guide Books, etc., at LurroN Baos., Manchester Road and Market Hall, Burnley. THE HOLIDAYS.—The mills and w
July 9, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
(From Socarr.)

(From Socarr.)

Probably one of the most extraordinary scenes witnessed in connection with the Jubilee festivities was the view of the well-dressed crowd at Hyde Park Corner on the day of the Queen's departure for Windsor—or "Children's Day," as it might well have been named. It does not seem t
July 9, 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England