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Wag itiIDPUTATION FOR HIM-CLASS GOODS AT MODERATE PRIaLS.

Wag itiIDPUTATION FOR HIM-CLASS GOODS AT MODERATE PRIaLS.

itiIDPUTATION FOR HIM-CLASS GOODS AT MODERATE PRIaLS. WISE THEATRE. An American farce what has played thirsts years States. pays a retaxa visit next "flonie Detective." The story centres round asn'hition of a votrOltful 'lndent of tarinisrtionel liieratnre to beeesne a di tiettve
20 July 1918 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
RE DIDN'T AGREE.

RE DIDN'T AGREE.

An eighty-year-old inmate of the Bishop's Stortford Workhouse was so angered by a new food economy rule that was put in force at dinner-time that he picked up a table knife and tried to stab the assistant master. The knife was • blunt one, and the assistant master was only bruis
24 February 1917 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
AIR RAIDS IN BELGIUM.

AIR RAIDS IN BELGIUM.

The Secretary of the Admiralty on Saturday made the following announcement : An attack on the Ghistelles aerodrome (south of Ostend) was carried out by naval aeroplanes on the 16th inst. Heavy bombs sere dropped, with good results. At the same time the shipping and harbour at Br
24 February 1917 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
W. & J. SIMONS,

W. & J. SIMONS,

W. J. SIMONS, Oomplete Funeral Directors, Joiners and Builders ESTABLISHED :873. FUNERALS Furnished and Conducted in Town or Country with Economy. NEW OFFICE AND WORKS : OORDOM ROAD, WEST ERIDOPORD. (Tel. SIM). Raids:ton William Road. and ' Holly Mount,' Melton Road, W.ll City Bo
24 February 1917 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MAHOGAN STADI.

MAHOGAN STADI.

Mahogany stain may be made as follows: Logwood, two ounces; madder, eight ounces; fustic, one ounce; water, one gallon; boil two hours, and apply it several times to the wood boiling hot, when dry, slightly brush it over with a solution of pearlash, one ounce in a quart of water
24 February 1917 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 

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SERVANTS AS HOSTS.

SERVANTS AS HOSTS.

A curious custom exists in the town of Port of Spain. in the island of Trinidad. Every year the servants, who are all black, give a grand ball for their masters and mistresses. The Princes Building, a huge place where all publics entertainments are held, is engaged, and everythi
24 February 1917 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
F. SKIN

F. SKIN

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01 January 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MR. SAMUEL WHITBREAD DEAD.

MR. SAMUEL WHITBREAD DEAD.

Mr. Simnel Whitbread has died at his residence, Southill, Biggleswade. He was a member of the firm of the well-known London brewers. Born in 1890, Mr. Whitbread represented the borough of Bedford in the House of Commons as a Liberal from 1852 to 1895. From 1859 to 1853 Mr. Whitb
01 January 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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01 January 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
GREAT RICK FIRE.

GREAT RICK FIRE.

A great haystack fire, which engaged the London firemen in force for six hours, broke out at three o'clock on Monday afternoon at Dover House Farm, Roehampton-lane, Roehampton. Thirty loads of hay got well alight, and, fanned by the gale, the fire blazed with the utmost fiercene
01 January 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England