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HOLDS A VERY LARGE STORK OP

HOLDS A VERY LARGE STORK OP

HOLDS VERY LARGE STORK OP BLACK & TAN RELIABLE FOOT WEAR. See our Hospital Shoe, SUent, Pliable, Quiet, Reliable, at 2/11, 3/11 and 5/11. I „ „ , » T> . , , IflUiJncr aii nuikinff an examination would not doing hie duty if did not <SiL.. 0 .fMUtI, ShTiSS' kXS. h. . u.. w Mr. Hami
16 February 1906 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
HOUSE PAINTER

HOUSE PAINTER

GLAZIER, t« PRirAKBD Ex»crTK P*I!IT1I«« and Olazino Work at F.BTT MATES GIVEN LOCAL VIEW STATIONERY. THE ''KIRKINTILLOCH” Senes, own Specially, of Local View Stationery ia the beat. Pictorial Postcard* with Kirkintilloch Views in Variety, the 3D 07*^X030, 99 Cowgate, Kirkintillo
23 February 1906 - Kirkintilloch Gazette - Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
DUNCAN,

DUNCAN,

FUBITSUER. Colgate, Kirklntlllo(}h, Market Square, Kilsyth.
23 February 1906 - Kirkintilloch Gazette - Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
01.J>8GOW

01.J>8GOW

r-tf-'f* * • ‘l' v ini vji_a-_;Owv I s CRADDOCK WHITBY). mow Bhcwi tw« La * Bn.* mo* REAL WHITBY & FHCNOH
23 February 1906 - Kirkintilloch Gazette - Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
John Y. M‘Lellan, Jr., Member Pharmateuticel Sociel>. Optical Arelation, Loodoo (Ten Years until Ihe Late G. L. Anderson), BEGS to

John Y. M‘Lellan, Jr., Member Pharmateuticel Sociel>. Optical Arelation, Loodoo (Ten Years until Ihe Late G. L. Anderson), BEGS to

'f to Inbabitar.U of Kiikmtilloch and District th»t HAS OPENED tbc Shop, 69 COWGATE m Chemist, Druggist, & Optician, Hopek* Carnful At»**otioo to BuiiiDesa Aocurscy in Merit Share Public Support. JOHN Y. MLELLAN, Jr,, <'herul*t <l* Optician, 63 Cowgatc, Kirkintilloch. REMOVAL NO
23 February 1906 - Kirkintilloch Gazette - Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
WOKINGHAM—7. Pe»cl» Street –

WOKINGHAM—7. Pe»cl» Street –

WOKINGHAM— 7. Pe»cl» Street THE CELEBRATED HENLEY ALES In Cask ant* Bottle. Certl e productl “ sitTELL O-OOIDSOItT, 14, Church Street, High Wycombe, Tailors, Hatters, Hosiers and Outfitters,
23 February 1906 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
the health of THE BOROUGH

the health of THE BOROUGH

o? “° "' L last me^l g^, SSDSHAW. D.P-H.. M.O.H. the hospital EMPTT. chair). Mr. Omefe. Your Com- Vernon, and Mr. CO minun(cnte mittee mstracted relation Hospital asking «ith rBe * ake a holiday while • if two of one nurse | the Hospital was etui t « momcnl notice. , charge*, su
23 February 1906 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
the poor rat© *©pt going up. Whilst the total of the rate* had been going down all the tune .

the poor rat© *©pt going up. Whilst the total of the rate* had been going down all the tune .

the poor rates had been going up, P®/**? owing to the education rate being added. If they considered the two poor rates of Ut. lOd. the Jt. and deducted the actual amount ot the education rate. troiu each, they would etUl get 2s. 6d. for the total iwor rate. considered that very
23 February 1906 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
ELECTRIC LIGHTING.

ELECTRIC LIGHTING.

Councillor Eleom brought forward the above Committee's report, which was follows: Your Committee met on the 9th tnst., when there were present. Mr. Councillor (in the chain. Mr. Councillor Ellis. Mr. Councillor Salmon, and Mr. Councillor Haines. Your Committee recoinmend that th
23 February 1906 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
THE CHURCH AND THE LIBERAL PARTY.

THE CHURCH AND THE LIBERAL PARTY.

Mr. H. E. YOUNG read the following paper: I do not know whether the RarM Deaw. when he to open the discussion The Church Md the Überal Party.' considered that I was an expert on matters ecclesiastical or Liberal. Hid. I most certainly disclaim any BUcb e I simply desire to place
23 February 1906 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England