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MONDAY’S RESULTS.

MONDAY’S RESULTS.

Tli© weather was again fine Monday, and the attendance reached over 1,000. Results:—Bowling at wicket 22 yds., distant:—l, J. Betley, Silkston© C. C.; 2. W. Oooke, Silkstono C. C. 100 vards handicap flat race (boys under 12): —Heat winners.— H. Sylvcsier, Dodworth, Tyds., C. But
10 August 1912 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
WEST RIDING EDUCATION

WEST RIDING EDUCATION

DIVISION NO. 2. are invited for the Asphalting, X etc., the the Jump fVMVTw»4] School. Form ct nay obtained from the to awunu they be returned, “Jdnnp hafinre 24th Angnst, 1912. lowest any 'Bander not accepted. D. PAUL, Cbamhexs, Diroonai dark. Bamaky, Anguet, 1912. 1620
10 August 1912 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
IT IS SO! THE NEED OF A STIMULANT.

IT IS SO! THE NEED OF A STIMULANT.

Hie digestive organs, the liver, the kidnoye, the bowels, lose their cffectivensa times end need help. such times a stimulating, cleansing, and regulating medicine of priceless value, because serious diseases often spring from neglected disorders of these organs. For toia purpos
10 August 1912 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
SEND TO

SEND TO

NASH, CHEMIST, 2, Queen Street (Corner of ELDON BTRRKT). for a Bottle T.B. (Tommy Bottle “registered”) LINIMENT, 7id. and 13id. per bottle. The satisfaction obtained after one trial will induce you always keep T.B. LINIMENT HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY. E. NASH boa roonntly acquired the
10 August 1912 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
CUDWORTH.

CUDWORTH.

Wbslbtak Chapel. Special services were held the Wcskyan Chapel Sunday, when eermuna ware preached by the Rev. John Pickup, of Sheffield. Collections ww> taken aid the Trust Fund.—On account the inclement weather, the garden party, arranged to held the grounds of Mr. r. T. Salmon
10 August 1912 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 

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10 August 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
COMPTON HOUSE, FREDK. MATTHEW’S LIVERPOOL. FURNITURE,

COMPTON HOUSE, FREDK. MATTHEW’S LIVERPOOL. FURNITURE,

IIOUSE-’ Furniture bears the Hall Mark ot originality. HOUSE" Furniture « sold a I /air price—the lowest always—consistent with good workmanship and materials. *jOOMPION_HOUStr Furniture is the sound serviceable sort. There ark cheaper mAcs. Hut!— OMPTON _HOUSB’2 has the finest
10 August 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SPECIAL VALUE IN READY-TO-WEAR 0:001

SPECIAL VALUE IN READY-TO-WEAR 0:001

SALK FRIGE LADIES’ CASHMERE BOSE, in Helio, Old Hose, and Gray, with Whit© Stripes. I Price, lAl*. LADIES' MILANESE LISLE GLOVES. Ton-Hutton Length , Mousquctaire. in Brown and Navy tviKio.l Frio., Tfli. l/0i LADIES’ MOIRE BAGS, Wdlet Sh.pa with dup. in BU«, N**y, CrwMn, lined.,
10 August 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Remarkable Evidence.

Remarkable Evidence.

man named William Sullivant (36), canvasser, Threffall road, Blackpool, was charged the Blackburn Police Court on Tuesday with Laving stolen from 24, Palmerstreet. Blackburn* bag, overcoat, revolver, and other articles, value ,£5. the property of Thomas Gardpcr; and also a shirt
10 August 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE DUNMOW FLITCH. TWO SUCCESSFUL COUPLES.

THE DUNMOW FLITCH. TWO SUCCESSFUL COUPLES.

In (ircsnnco of ten thousand holiday makers at Duninow, Monday, tho historic flitch tnah conducted. first couple 0> submit trial Councillor and Mrs. Harry Smith, of Derby, the <*ouncillor clfumtog ho headed the poll la«t election by iho ladies’ vote*. After an hour’s humorous ex
10 August 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England