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m--o- Established 1819. -4—c Pearce's " Grey Powders for Children. For the little tongue that IS Furred. 9 1 ir

Pearce's "Pectoral Mixture... A Cough :Mixture made specially lo eh Idren. l'i ice 10.1 , 112, 1/6, 2,8. Pearce's "Cornobit " for Corns. 11)11. WI 1'01)1 •. 1 (r.•.• Pearce's " Liver Pills," 11- per bot. rid Pearce's " Lung Linctus," 111 and ?/6. So'e Agent for the I'ataarbene C
18 November 1925 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
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1101KOW AANR-PRRIIILT.O.

AANR-PRRIIILT.O. People are wondering whether the lavish entertaining which is tieing done the Soviet re. preventative. in London and other rapilala pie.mgee that %warm, is routing hark to normal Mr. Itrintaay Macdonald got " a one" in at the Mieirow regime recently when he calle
18 November 1925 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
• ROAD IMPID Pft'ff7ST.

• ROAD IMPID Pft'ff7ST.

Mr. Sti maul he had been asked he the County Council to support them inn resolution. adopted at tho meeting that morning. protesting against the ilivernion of no, of the rood from the purposew for which it was pledged to be •Ilnente.l—the improvement of roads and the conatructio
18 November 1925 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
GI MAN mP IN SALVING.

GI MAN mP IN SALVING.

MAN mP IN SALVING. German divers reached Portland on Bands) , night in a British destroyer. They brought *pre/Mos, by which they can each twice the record depth Of British naval divers, and are to search ler thew 1. All hope that any of this Grow ad lie submarine cam be saved is
17 November 1925 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
BIBLE SOCIETY MEETINGS. KIRKBY STEPHEN.

BIBLE SOCIETY MEETINGS. KIRKBY STEPHEN.

The annual meeting of the Kirkby Stephen branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held in the Temperance Hall, on Thursday evening, when there was only a moderate audience. The chair was taken by the Rev. W. R. Hetherington, and the financial report was presented by M
17 November 1925 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 

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HOT WATER BOTTLE

HOT WATER BOTTLE

REMOVING. BETTER BE SURE THAN SORRY when Transporting and Fla& You can safely entrust your loads for can and promptures to AILOStiOOII d Biddle's Motor & Trimport 19, MIDDLEGATE, Is the beet on the market. EVERY BOTTLE IS QUARANTEED FOR TWO YEARS. If any Bottle goes wrong it is
17 November 1925 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
ROBERT DAVIDSON,

ROBERT DAVIDSON,

A PUBLIC PRESENTATION will be, made by LADY MABEL HOWARD in the READING ROOM. GREYSTOKK, on THURSDAY FIRBT, NOVEMBER 19th, at p.m. Chair to taken by Dr. JACKSON. All intereated are invited to attend. THOS. WANNOP, Chairman of Committee. JOHN WM. PROCTOR. Secretary and Treasurer.
17 November 1925 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
WHIST DRIVE AT ORTON.

WHIST DRIVE AT ORTON.

To raise funds to pay off a debt on the Orton Reading Boum, a whist. drive was held in the Market Hall on Thursday evening. Eleven tables were occupied, and twenty games were played. The Rev. W. King was M.C. Or. Graham presented the prises, which were given by frien&, to the Me
17 November 1925 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
CUMBERLAND MOTOR CYCLING.

CUMBERLAND MOTOR CYCLING.

The Cumberland Motor Cycling Club concluded its groom on Sunday with a special reliability trial, the award being a silver rose howl. Corn. petitors were required to cover certain sections at a schedule speed of twenty miles per hour, but were unaware of the position of the five
17 November 1925 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
RAILWAY ACCIDENT NEAR KIRKBY

RAILWAY ACCIDENT NEAR KIRKBY

STEPHEN. On Saturday an accident occurred on the railway between Tebay and Kirkby Stephen, but fortunately was not attended by any serious consequences. A goods train travelling at full speed broke in two, and the last half ran into the front part of the train, knocking several
17 November 1925 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England