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GROVE ROAD, WAKEFIELD.

GROVE ROAD, WAKEFIELD.

MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY :
June 5, 1917 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
haptinal Opportnity.

haptinal Opportnity.

IMIEDIATE MADE Tu 11 1DICAL MEN, AND OTHERS
June 5, 1917 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
L SON PAPER * * *

L SON PAPER * * *

Speeches by Mr. R. Macdonald and Mr. Snowden followed, the latter declAring that the workers' peace terms were " No indemnities and no annexations," and charging Mr. Asquith and Lord Robert Cecil with putting on these words a meaning alien to the Russian declaration. He, however
June 5, 1917 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
Herbert Land, 50 NORTHGATE. 4 4 4

Herbert Land, 50 NORTHGATE. 4 4 4

44 1- 1 , • lg it -4 ffla • - - V r r TRY THE I !GM EST PR ICE gives for Old Gold aod Silver, False Teeth Broken Watches, 'Advertiser & Gazette, :r.u—ets, etc. WATCH Rill AIRING Co., Opera House Corner, Wakefield. Pro. ' KING STREET. prietor, 1. I.agan.
June 4, 1918 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
SMITH'S BABY CARRIAGE DEPOT,

SMITH'S BABY CARRIAGE DEPOT,

Bread Street, 'Opp•site Cathedral Wakefield. LODGE, specialist in the treatment of Fractures, Dislocations, Sprains, Contracted •ntb, Injured S p ines, Flat Foot, Infantile Paralysis, and all kinds of Lammas. a.m. to p.m. ; Tuesdays : Plough Inn, Westgate, dLndance at his Reside
June 4, 1918 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 

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413ertiscr * Th• Latest Sorap of Paper. With all due solemnity the long looked for peace treaty was signed on Saturday afternoon. It is fitting that such occasions should be attended by ritual forms and that the act of signing should be invested with an authority almost sacrament
July 1, 1919 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
Otop & Moment I I Beta this Etaargetins for Irma. Bradbury's 2B Rotary Treadle Sewing Machin', with Cover, spool shuttle

Otop & Moment I I Beta this Etaargetins for Irma. Bradbury's 2B Rotary Treadle Sewing Machin', with Cover, spool shuttle

; suitable for Dress making or Family work, £3 Singer's Spool Machine, with Cover; euy to treadle; like new, £3 ss. 2 Singer's Mediums, in good condition; easy ;o treadle, 42 each. Also a few Hand Machines, 15!-, 20/., 25/- each, delivered free and railway fare paid to buyers. n
February 17, 1920 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
You Hotel Keep(rs. Merchants. Shopkeepers, t ore Mamlgers, kers, Fryers and Large Vinegar Users, are you AI.IV to your Own

You Hotel Keep(rs. Merchants. Shopkeepers, t ore Mamlgers, kers, Fryers and Large Vinegar Users, are you AI.IV to your Own

interests. Don't Pay than If. a gall. for Strong Malted Vi•A•g-sr. It is so easy not to. Simply add 30 to 60 galls, of water I,) g.tII. of 40 POWER VINEGAR Fine Stott'. For all Purposes. Made Dark, Light or Medium. Wholesale Prices. 1 2 3 5 10 15 25 50 100 gallons. 42/- 41/- 40/
February 17, 1920 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
For FRESH CUT FLOWFIS try D. F. MURRAY City Artistic Florist, 28 Northgate; Wakefield, Brides' Bouquets, Latest Style, From 2/6,

For FRESH CUT FLOWFIS try D. F. MURRAY City Artistic Florist, 28 Northgate; Wakefield, Brides' Bouquets, Latest Style, From 2/6,

416, 7/6. 10/6, and upwards. Msmo►ials in Various Shapes and Styles, from a/6, 1/6, 7/4, 10/6, and upwards. V R FATHS and CROSSES Ready !dada. FRESH CUT FLOWERS DAILY PUBLIC NOTIOES. FOR PRIVATE CAR RING UP 295 GREAT BULL HOTE I WAKEFIE LD -•
September 10, 1918 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England