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Childs Knitted Gaiters.

Childs Knitted Gaiters.

A pair of way gaiters for a little boy or girl mu be knitted from 2loz. of 3-ply lingering. Cast on 64 stitches on one needle, and knit nine rows of knit 1 and purl 1. After this knit 54 rows plain. To shape the calf :-Ist row: Knit 1, increase 1, knit 60, increase 1, knit 1; kn
October 27, 1910 - Yorkshire Factory Times - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
FOOD

FOOD

distinct entirely from other foods in containing a natural digestive principle which changes the preparation into a soluble cream, and softens and modifies the curd in the milk. These changes take place while the food is being prepared—see directions. This delicious and highly n
October 27, 1910 - Yorkshire Factory Times - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
9.0

9.0

October 27, 1910 - Yorkshire Factory Times - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. T 1-ZY

Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. T 1-ZY

READS El Send Post Card for Copy of FBOTANIC GLADE TO HEALTH! and R Catalogue of Remedme Useful Hints on DISeASES OF DOaS. Invaluable to Owners. BALDWIN'S HERBAL DR UG STORES. E 77, Walwortb Road, London, Established 70 years.
October 27, 1910 - Yorkshire Factory Times - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
WORN OUT WITH WORK. Sleeplessness of Over•Fatlgue Dangerous.

WORN OUT WITH WORK. Sleeplessness of Over•Fatlgue Dangerous.

Vi-Cocoa has given back sound sleep to many sufferer; from sleepleweneee: becatke of its soothing properties. Dr. 'libbles' is the best of cameo, and more; it contains. in addition to the cooe. itself, other valuable ingredients Thee are Kole, the great stimulant and builder of
October 27, 1910 - Yorkshire Factory Times - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
The New Trade Unionise. More Useless Sections.

The New Trade Unionise. More Useless Sections.

By & "TRADE In continuation of my work in coonoictiou with the above mobjert, it la neither neoetwary, even advirobte. to again the ground. oovered by loot week's article, which occupied a pr digou; amount of spoke week. fo• which I am under very deep obligation to the , Editor.
October 27, 1910 - Yorkshire Factory Times - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
SIR LUKE WHITE. M.P.. ON SOCIALISM.

SIR LUKE WHITE. M.P.. ON SOCIALISM.

Sir Luke White. M.P.. addreis)ed the Salem (Cong-negational) men's nieetiii,z a t York on Sunday afternoon on •Rroth-r--ie mid." He said be was glad to say that social questions were to a very rage extent not looked upon in the House of Coggrni•ns from a party point of view. Ihe
October 27, 1910 - Yorkshire Factory Times - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
=nee. _ _ WoZedeithr,tewirn"` nr m applif,oes." HALIFAX. •

=nee. _ _ WoZedeithr,tewirn"` nr m applif,oes." HALIFAX. •

=nee. _ _ WoZe d eithr,tewirn"` nr m applif,oes." HALIFAX. • A FEELER.—Aklerman R. Morley (Labour) was defeated by Mr. Hail (Liberal) in a municipal by-election at Halifax on Saturday. Alderman Morley, whilst retaming his seat as alderman, fought the contest to teat the feeling o
October 27, 1910 - Yorkshire Factory Times - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
 
A MYSTERY SOLVED.

A MYSTERY SOLVED.

Pbr years medical men have been seeking • ours for easenta, the most common and mast stubborn of skin diseases; some said it was a blood disease, some said it was the malt of indigestion It remained for one studios, *emit to settle beyond any question that ersems in all its form
October 27, 1910 - Yorkshire Factory Times - Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England