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the two places resembled a little club than sheheening. Mentioning the condition• under which the navvies were called together, he

the two places resembled a little club than sheheening. Mentioning the condition• under which the navvies were called together, he

contended that their lodgings more approached a little club than to shebeening. He would not suggest that it was not a serirms offence. These men should be informed that they could not carry on such a busins future. It was the first time that they ;OH! been convicted. Ward had a
October 26, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
COLNE COUNTY COURT.

COLNE COUNTY COURT.

FRlDAY.—Before hi. Honour Judge Boinpa, CASE WITHDRAWN.—A case which was remitted from the High Court, in which the parties were Simpson Watson, of the Walton's Arms, Colne, and Wm. Watson, defendant, was withdrawn. Mr. Titcomh was for the plaintiff, and had instructed Mr. Darce
October 26, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
INLAND LETTER POSTAGE.

INLAND LETTER POSTAGE.

Not exceeding 40z., Id. For every 20z., id. POSTAGE. BOOK Not exceeding 20z., id., over 2oz. same as Inland Letters. PARCEL POST. Not exceeding lib., 3d. For every additional pound up to 9lbs., id., and from 9 to 11lbs. Id. Greatest length 3 feet 6 inches. Length and girth combi
October 26, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
COLNE POLICE COURTS BOROUGH COURT.

COLNE POLICE COURTS BOROUGH COURT.

li)NDAY.—Before Mr. C. G. Ratcliffe and Alderman Calvin Knight. At MN THE CORPORATION. Frank Bird. cabinet maker. Market-place, was summoned for obstructing the highway by leaving a sofa and a mail cart there for an unreasonable time on the 14th October. He also summoned for obs
October 26, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
FATAL TREATMENT OF WARTS.

FATAL TREATMENT OF WARTS.

On Monday the Manchester coroner investigated the singular circumstance of the death of Henry Benson, a coachman, of Sefton Street, West orton. Tho deceased had suffered from warts On his hand, and last week he applied acetic acid to remove them. Subsequently his band began to s
October 26, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
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October 26, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
BURNLEY BUILDING SOCIETY ESTABLISHED 1850. LARGEST DI T NVESTMENT — DEPARTMENT. il,ey can be deposited with the Scciety either Shares

BURNLEY BUILDING SOCIETY ESTABLISHED 1850. LARGEST DI T NVESTMENT — DEPARTMENT. il,ey can be deposited with the Scciety either Shares

or Loans. The Investment with the Society on Dec. 31st, 1898, amounted to .4648,771. MORTG•GE DEPARTMENT. RATE OF IN rEREST ACCORDING TO THE SECURITY OFFERED. NO PREMIUMS! NO COMMISSIONS BORROWERS are exempt from payment of Income Tax on Mortgage Interest. Exceptional facilities
October 26, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
EW GRAND THEATRE, NELSON. Lessee Sr. Manager. Mn. T. CROFT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29th, for six nights only Ur. HORACE STANLEY

EW GRAND THEATRE, NELSON. Lessee Sr. Manager. Mn. T. CROFT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29th, for six nights only Ur. HORACE STANLEY

and his Specially Selected Company, in the Great Sensational Melo-Drama—THE 10-30 DOWN EXPRESS By NORACE STANLEY. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Orchestral Stalls, 1/6; Circle, is. ; Pit, 6d.; Gallery, 4d. Doors open at 7, to commence at 7-30. Saturdays half-an-hour earlier. Early Doors a
October 26, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
NEARLY ONE THOUSAND A WEEK .1 the " ACME" PATENT LEVER. lime-gum ter plate elicit movement. ttted with removable damp

NEARLY ONE THOUSAND A WEEK .1 the " ACME" PATENT LEVER. lime-gum ter plate elicit movement. ttted with removable damp

and dust " hotective" Cap, in SOLID STERLING SILVER laser. Warranted for FIVE YEARS. H. SAMUEL'S PRICE 25—. arr tho, 4flidretall t 3 3)) BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
October 26, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
ALFRED CHESHIRE'S,

ALFRED CHESHIRE'S,

84, NT. JAMES'S STREET, BURNLEY, OF NOVELTIES IN BOY'S EVENING ESS SUITS, Suitable for EVENING PARTIES and RECEPTIONS, Ready to Wear and to -Measure. GENT'S DR E SS SUITS A SPECI A LARGE and VARIED STOCK of BOOTS AN 1) SHOES FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. DRESS SHOES IS GIZEAT VARIETY
December 28, 1900 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England