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STOCKS,

STOCKS,

LADIES AND &MIMED'S TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, All Garments made on the by English Tailors and under Personal Supervision.
07 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MIL SIMPSON ORDERED AND PAID FOR

MIL SIMPSON ORDERED AND PAID FOR

obtained. There was no morecy about anything that wee dam. Flo might have had his hat on while in the raoo• at the Old Cock. That was a habit. he mid, of which he was very guilty. Mr. Willey submitted that. having called all the people who were in the home, he had dislodged his
07 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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25 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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25 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE POPE'S FOREBODING.

THE POPE'S FOREBODING.

TWO ON EVIL OMEN." lan assured (says a Rome correspondent> that the Pops, who has not yet fully recovered from his attack of goat, has been very much impressed by two incidents which be regards omens. A few days ago the death occurred somewhat middeely of Mgr. P. Aneelini, secre
25 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX AND DISTRICT. HALIFAX KING EDWARD MEMORIAL FUND. This fund now aniounte to £9.779 A bd. The following further subscription

HALIFAX AND DISTRICT. HALIFAX KING EDWARD MEMORIAL FUND. This fund now aniounte to £9.779 A bd. The following further subscription

bong received today :—Mr. A. Binns. Moorgarth. £lO 10s.; H. B. Holdaworth lAd.. Victoria Copper Works. £lO 10s.; and A. M., a thanks offering CREMATION ADVOCATED. Led night a 'rotors given In the Greetland Liberal Club by Mr. Edwin Robertahnw, of Booth Town. nn Cremation." There
03 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
ELLAND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.

ELLAND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.

The West Vale Glee Party provided the Sunday afternoon at the men's meeting connection with the above. Their selections, much appreciated, were: "Wide o'er the brim," "Stars of the summer night," "Home, sweet home," and "Gently sighs the evening brews." The Bev. Scott Cates gave
03 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
FINE SUMMER COMING.

FINE SUMMER COMING.

Lecturing at Maryport, Mr. J Johnstone, ei the Lancashire Bea Fisheries Continittem, said that they had made in the Irish Bea proved that the Gar Stream was running strong this spring, mon stronger than last year, and he therefore looked forward to • warmer and better summer tha
03 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
'AX EVENING

'AX EVENING

03 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
SCENE AT BIRKENHEAD.

SCENE AT BIRKENHEAD.

The =wail to an =tank on the Chine= at Birk• ennead night we. the Poi= tr.day, voltam two Clamant= for ortire. behaviour, and three were oomniitted fur tn.! for damaging a Clans= lodging.houte and aseauit,ng the polne. The evidence =owed that the arca= became it at the behaviour
03 April 1911 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England