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There ma be Mae doubt that am, Innnt awakened the et was began in in "kb is • if One by crematoria ure am municipal that favour nineties to ashes are the majority. The crematorium wen built In 1901 at tics rimilar boat tolabirbod in 81wideld, Liverpool, Boarosmoutb, Lbw ter, and
23 January 1903 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
MR. EMNIOTr, M.P.

MR. EMNIOTr, M.P.

Speaking at Oldham, Mr. limmott, M.P.,.clainsed that it was • signal proof of Mr. Chamberlain's failure that not a single Protectionist resolution had been brought forward at the recent meeting In Manchester of the Associated Chambers of Commerce. Mr. Emmett proceeded to say tha
21 October 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
DEATH OF MIL F. G. LLOYD.

DEATH OF MIL F. G. LLOYD.

DEATH OF F. G. LLOYD. Mr. F. 0. Lloyd, formerly a member of the wellknown newspaper arm, died suddenly at his Langley Homo, Slough, on Saturday morning, from heart failure. He was a justice of the peace for Rucks, and held the office of high sheriff for Sucks during Coronation ye
21 October 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENT FRAUDS.

ADVERTISEMENT FRAUDS.

Before Mr. McConnell, N.C., at the Clerkenwell Sessions, Charles Thomas, aged twenty - four, described as a waiter. and Frances "Thomas," aged twenty , one, waitress', pleaded guilty to defrauding five persons of sums varying from Ss. to Ll by inserting advertisements in the Saw
21 October 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL. Children's Entertainment.

CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL. Children's Entertainment.

An entertainment of exceptional interest was even at the Congregational Schoolroom en Wedwisday evening and r ep eated on Thursday evening. The MUCCIMIS which hail attended the of the ladies who have managed the previous performances Wall more than sustained an the present occas
21 October 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
TOILATOU UNDER GLASS.

TOILATOU UNDER GLASS.

UNDER GLASS. Most gardeners will wank the houses to winter plants intended for forcing' POT the conservatory, and for bedding plants, which will soon have to be placed under cover. Cold-pits should be cleared of tender plants now, to be with Violets, Lettuces, Endives. Carnations
21 October 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
THE ASH:BOURNE BOARD OF GUARDIANS

THE ASH:BOURNE BOARD OF GUARDIANS

The ordinary fortnightly meeting of this Board was in the Board room, Poor Law Compton, on Saturday morning last, when Mr. F. Jackson prodded, and there were also prompt Maws. J. T. Marple and J. C. Adams (vice chairmen), the Revs. A. Ennis and J. C. Wilson, Meows. F. Wright, J.
21 October 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
SHOOTING MATCH.

SHOOTING MATCH.

A match was held at the Thorpe range, on Wedesethiy, between representative volunteers and civillians. The teams were captained b/ Limit. R. H. Bead and Mr. G. Des respectively. Additional interest attar-he ro u tte match owe% to the fact that last year the civilians proved vict
21 October 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
I ani l atill in Front of all Clompe. tition in the Cycle Trade in Aehbourne and Melia. THE FAMUS

I ani l atill in Front of all Clompe. tition in the Cycle Trade in Aehbourne and Melia. THE FAMUS

PITT and ROYAL IMPEL CYCLE BE GREATLY =DHOW IN PRICE, while the QUALITY sad FINISH will be et HIGHER GRADE. Having reduced my Trading Expenses, I shall be able to quote Oyolista a much Lower Figure for &aeon. 1908. J. PITT WOODYATT COEIPTOII CYCLE WORKS.
21 October 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
ANOTHER WELL- DRESSING.

ANOTHER WELL- DRESSING.

A short time ego a committee was formed at Dronfield for the purpose of reviving the ancient custom of well-deeming at that place. The site selected was on the road-side near to what is called the Coach and Homes Recreation Ground, and the dressed well was open to Inspection on
05 August 1904 - Ashbourne Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England