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RKiiIetTERRD 4.1 ARTHUR JACKSON, BUILDER CONTRACTOR, FLAG AND SLATE QUARRY OWNER, AMBLE DE Banding Material, Ilsatels, Tiled Grates, Ream No,

RKiiIetTERRD 4.1 ARTHUR JACKSON, BUILDER CONTRACTOR, FLAG AND SLATE QUARRY OWNER, AMBLE DE Banding Material, Ilsatels, Tiled Grates, Ream No,

always on hand. MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES Executed in any description of Stone. Emu= ho APPLIOATIOV. Jobbing Wort promptly attended to. Chimney Swept. Bulbs ! Bulbs Our Bulb List, now ready, may be had post free on application. MAWSON BROS., :IMBUES, DVLB MERCHANTS, NVYSERYMEN &
14 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 
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FIV.DAY, NOVEVI.Piii 14, 1902 A. IL TYSON IWATOIEM. °LOMB JEWILLDRY. 11Isom Puri awns Cwt. 'IOTAOLLO: 4113 D YOLDIS CO SUIT ALL Mona. OTOLISTV En Puusvias&Pacenonas Severs' & Bateson's Winter's Sheep Dip. Noe Highly Commended. Bold by :—. & rullltico, SaWrey. DILL Rvearoffu, Ila
14 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 
AIBLESIDE COUNCIL.

AIBLESIDE COUNCIL.

The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Council was held on Wednesday evening. Present. Messrs. Tyson (chairman), Jackson, uuddlestone, Asplin, Hunter, Johnston, Clark, and Rhodes, with 11(cAithur (accountant), :run (surveyor), Hattershy (gas Inauitgcr), and G. °racy (clerk).
14 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 
FOOTBALL IN THE PARK,

FOOTBALL IN THE PARK,

A letter was read from Mr. W. C. Mackereth on behalf of the re-organised Association Football Club asking fur tbu Council's per. mission to play on Saturday afternoons and with their approval to collect on the ground fur voluntary subscriptions. Mr. Iluildlestone proposed It be
14 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 
Ie the Cheapen House ha Wesaortae& sod is sho Ibe Urged imins Eatatu,bid

Ie the Cheapen House ha Wesaortae& sod is sho Ibe Urged imins Eatatu,bid

Ie Cheapen House ha Wesaortae& sod sho Ibe Urged im in s Eatatu,bid betrumeuSe applied ou bay Tame—Wer!o 4 l Meath or Quarterly ?eyelet*, Tama vas all pa to regularly, Estml)llsh•d H A NOM i /1 /MU 9 NOII t. ,•••E LAAIi K 1 T. R • ' and Re4crol.tan w•lth r•o K.e Light Coattail, o
07 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 

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Ernest Williamson, Kn. Woods') BARER AND CONINOTIONEB, LAU ROAD HOULOI, ASIBLUIDL brooking Rolle and Dinner llobi—a dpedslil. Laacheon and Tea

Ernest Williamson, Kn. Woods') BARER AND CONINOTIONEB, LAU ROAD HOULOI, ASIBLUIDL brooking Rolle and Dinner llobi—a dpedslil. Laacheon and Tea

Rourna Large NO*, an 4 Cattfttl for. To',Nome lb Charles M l idd ) BS, GAME YC)I:I•32RY Oiu , u PhO M. i.. A 48L141D
07 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 
11011 TO lIILCONY. lINGINtrii.

11011 TO lIILCONY. lINGINtrii.

No man can fairly be callisl an engineer W:10 has simply been brought up in an ottice, where he become more than a mere paper engineer at the best. To be an engineer he should pass through the workshops, and do the work as well as attempt to design it. lie should limn pass a con
07 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 
TO 11E-HEAT FOOD.

TO 11E-HEAT FOOD.

In nine cases out of ten. says " Cassell's Universal Cookery Bonk," the steamer is the most useful utensil to apply for this particular purpose; and where that is not convenient the same principle should be applied in other ways. Often a little moisture added to the dish will ef
07 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 
YANKEE HUMOUR EXPLAINED.

YANKEE HUMOUR EXPLAINED.

Over on the Eastern Shore of Maryland there was a man who was suffering from a severe case of "shakes," as they call fever and :wile in that country. One morning tho local physician called on the patient and asked him how hi' felt. "N—n—not a bit b—b—better," was the shr.eing ma
07 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England
 
BITS FROM BOOKS. THE WAYS OF THE HOOLIGANS.

BITS FROM BOOKS. THE WAYS OF THE HOOLIGANS.

Tn a chapter entitled "Hooligan London," in Mr. G. R. Sims's "Living London,•" Clarence Rook writes with intimate knowledge of the street desperadoes of the Metropolis. The following picture is rather vivid than pleasing: Imagine a couple of boys, brought up to the street fighti
07 November 1902 - Lakes Herald - Ambleside, Westmorland, England