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to be get, ac. LET, in Albeit Ha, Nelson, large 2 ROOM with power if required.—Apply " Chronicle " Office,

to be get, ac. LET, in Albeit Ha, Nelson, large 2 ROOM with power if required.—Apply " Chronicle " Office,

Nelson. jj 0 BE LET, on or after April let, No. 2 - 45, LEEDS ROAD, Nelson, at present , in the occupation of Mr. Sager Hoiden, joiner, &c.—For particulars apply Thornton, The Grange, Barrow(ore. nc277 ri 10 LET, large well lighted SHOP, 2 - in good position.--Apply Yorkshire ,
April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
tusintos lanouninneuts. T. FATTORINI, WHOLESALE JEWELLER, SKIPTON, Has always on hand a Superb Stock, ; OVER £30 9 000 IN

tusintos lanouninneuts. T. FATTORINI, WHOLESALE JEWELLER, SKIPTON, Has always on hand a Superb Stock, ; OVER £30 9 000 IN

VALUE, At Lowest Competitive Prices. DIAMONDS, SILVER PLATE, WATCHES, MEDALS, TROPHIES, AND GENERAL JEWELLERY. EXQUISITE DESICNS, IMMENSE VARIETY, LOWEST PRICES T. FATTORINI'S Specialities are now in Iregular demand in every part of the civilised world, and are supplied direct f
April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
"WINeARNIS."

"WINeARNIS."

THE GREAT TONIC AND RESTORATIVE. Made from choice Wine, Liebig's Extract of Meat, and Extract of Malt. FORKING, AND HIALTH RICSTORING. OVER 6,000 MEDICAL MEN RECOMMEND IT. .Noln by all Livened Aferehinits M the United COLEMAN & Co., LTD., WINCARNIS WORKS, NORWICH. Sample Bottle
April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
ST. JACOBS OIL eures RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUMBAGO SPRAINS STIFFNESS Price 2C. of Chernicts. coNpur-r. R . 3 i z zt

ST. JACOBS OIL eures RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUMBAGO SPRAINS STIFFNESS Price 2C. of Chernicts. coNpur-r. R . 3 i z zt

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April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
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April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
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MAN.

ASYLUM TRAGEDY AT LANCASTER. I The Lancaster Coroner (Mr. Holtlen)l opened an inquest at the Lancaster County Asylum on Monday night respecting the death of William Pearson (25), a railway porter, of 3, Real-street, Huline, Manchester. It is alleged that Pearson met his death by
April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
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FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1904. MORE TAXATION ILL ROUND. TILEKE is little to say about the new Budget, save that the taxpoyer is once more reinau:ed of how tiovernment inefficiency estravaganoe invariably go Land in We all that there would be a l ieav y .!eticit to meet, and that the es
April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
NOTES AND COMMENTS.

NOTES AND COMMENTS.

NELSON AND THE COTTON INDUSTRY. Nelson holds a foremost position position among the cotton. weaving centres of Lancashire. According to recent returns it appears that accommixlat ion can now be found within the borough for nearly 34,000 looms and in the list of increases during
April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
A NELSON PRIZE DISTRIBUTION.

A NELSON PRIZE DISTRIBUTION.

The prlze d'ust.ribution in connect ton with the Congregationa3 School, Manchesterroad, Nelson was held on Saturday when the awards raised in the recent scripture ex_ animation were presented. The Rev. H. Nicholls presided over ti good attendance. anti he was supported by the Mr
April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
THE DEMAND MR STALE BREAD.

THE DEMAND MR STALE BREAD.

THE DEMAND STALE BREAD. Waiter in public restaurants say Oar the number of sallow-faced men is continually increasing, who declare they dare not eat any btetd that is not "as hard Tliey are afraid of their dige.tion, These men's wive. have to worry to keep stale briad in the hous
April 22, 1904 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England