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BY MK. LIONEL DAT.

BY MK. LIONEL DAT.

MK. LIONEL DAT. BARNSLEY OA'ITLK MARKET. LIONEL DAY, Auctioneer and Tenant-Right Vainer, bege to atmoume that attends the above Market every Tuwmlay. when wnl glad od< r any Stock wueigned him for Sale. ~ it. Market rtace, Dnucaster. Wcliington Hotel, Burasley. KENDRAY STftISiSTT
04 November 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
MUSIC.

MUSIC.

PIANOFORTE TUNING. Md skUfal work, are.-Bead poet card, 3L, Edson, 47, Park* Krora. Harasley. call martVW MB. n. AJIC.O., L.1.8M., and cliolnaactar of 8t (icorva'a CUjarah, Evea leaaona in Pianoforte and Orran playing, annoDF, Coonterpolnt, Binging, etc.—*. Park Qro»e. Barnaley.
04 November 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
T’ ARCADE FURNITCHER

T’ ARCADE FURNITCHER

CUMP’NY, MARKET-HILL ARCADE. BAIRMSLA. CALL AND SEE. HARRAL, 153 and 155, Sheffield Road, SELLS BLANKETS, BLANKETS, BLANKETS, AT OLD PRICES. OUR STOCK WAS BOUGHT IN MARCH, BEFORE THE GREAT ADVANCE THE PRICE WOOL. AND WILL SOLD AT Original Prices, aivmo To our customers the full
04 November 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
RETAIL AND SMALL BOTTLES—

RETAIL AND SMALL BOTTLES—

EINGS HEAD BOTTLE DEPARTMENT, ELDON-STREET, BARNSLEY. A. CEUMMACK, 6, NEW-STEEET, BARNSLEY. A. CRUMMACK HAS THE BEST SELECTION BOYS’ AND MEN’S SHIRTS! BOYS’ AND MEN’S COTTON SHIRTS. „ GUANDRILL SHIRTS, FLANNELETTE SHIRTS.
14 January 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
on© of the most Un-to-Date FURNITURB EMPORTI Yoiksiiir**, and the most extensive FI RNISHEHS, from Cottage te tho Mansion, in

on© of the most Un-to-Date FURNITURB EMPORTI Yoiksiiir**, and the most extensive FI RNISHEHS, from Cottage te tho Mansion, in

the North of Hug!and. THE FAIR AND EQUITABLE WAY which oar business couducleu, and our Reasonable Tonus and Low Price*, make no coiumeut All Goods Delivered Free, any distance, in Town or Country, INSPECTION The Barnsley Furnishing Company, f;oxiri,KTft HOUSE FURNISHERS, 25, She
19 August 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 

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BY MESSRS. CHARLES WRAY & SON^

BY MESSRS. CHARLES WRAY & SON^

BY MESSRS. CHARLES WRAY & AND * * AItCrIONEBItS AND VALUEKa. House, Barnsley, and New Camsbro', RotUerham. SALKS AND VALUATIONS SOUCITBD. Tents applioatlon. BIDES. SKINS. FLEECE WOOL, Ac,. EVERY FRIDAY, ax* r.a.. the Barnsley anil District tiutchors' Hide and Skin Company's it, B
19 August 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
Hit.her Education.

Hit.her Education.

Considerable time was spent in discussing tiro arrangements for the next session of the evening continuation classes. After due deliberation it was decided to again open classes at Hoy land, Hoyland Common, and Elsecar, and the following were appointed as teachers:—Hoyland, Mr,
19 August 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
PanrrrT. ~ln affectionate remembrance of Gertrude, the bdotod daughter George aud Eiut'y Pailitt, who departed this hie August -jfith. lAd.

PanrrrT. ~ln affectionate remembrance of Gertrude, the bdotod daughter George aud Eiut'y Pailitt, who departed this hie August -jfith. lAd.

age>i years. Inter red at Koystua Cemetery, August sftth. One year has gone, oh, how we miss her’ Never wit) her memory fade: Loviug thought* will ever huger the grave where she is laid.
19 August 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
Ctsoc.—ln affectionate of Marr Ann Cle«ir of who departed thin life August l«tb, IuOJ, ogovl year*. Interred «t Cemetery. No

Ctsoc.—ln affectionate of Marr Ann Cle«ir of who departed thin life August l«tb, IuOJ, ogovl year*. Interred «t Cemetery. No

oeU. Friends please accept intimation.
19 August 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
SILKSTONE.

SILKSTONE.

Swing-Boat Accident.— There was a sad incident n connection with the local feast” on Tuesday, which greatly marred the prooeodinge. About 9.30 p.m. a man named Austin Hughes, joiner, South Yorkshire ■Buildings, Silkstone Common, was in one of the swing-boats along with George Da
19 August 1905 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England