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PROPERTY WANTED.

PROPERTY WANTED.

24 July 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
QT Um Habit. W. the Properties. Toe t. 44 do bettor —liruntor L'inaed. Property I,IIOTHWEI O L STREET.-4 C -

QT Um Habit. W. the Properties. Toe t. 44 do bettor —liruntor L'inaed. Property I,IIOTHWEI O L STREET.-4 C -

OTTVORS. 4945. It well tenanted. 'nil, r aII Whatasy. ill l'aletandißoad. OR three Nice Firwronosed HOUSED. I: and Dethrone's, view and partici/lam—l Rathlyn Avenue. Elarkena.
24 July 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
E. J. REED & SON, AUCTIOPIZERIP & VALUER& SIBLEY STREET. BLACKPOOL Lad as Precise. &Hebb&lisd -- of Preeseer. Furniture, Leak

E. J. REED & SON, AUCTIOPIZERIP & VALUER& SIBLEY STREET. BLACKPOOL Lad as Precise. &Hebb&lisd -- of Preeseer. Furniture, Leak

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24 July 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
The Man Who Works Wonders. The Famous Lancashire Bloodless Surgeon JOHN WARD who by his MAGNETIC INFLUENCE. which is one

The Man Who Works Wonders. The Famous Lancashire Bloodless Surgeon JOHN WARD who by his MAGNETIC INFLUENCE. which is one

of Nature's Wonderful Gifts, performed thousands of extraordinary cures In Loose Water on the Knee, Tubncular Knees, and Lags, Infantile Paralysis, Wasted Limbs., Drawn Sinews. Degenerated Muscles, Rheumatic, Neuritis, Gastritis, Heart Trouble, Spinal Trouble and Seirures, after
24 July 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
British Official IV.ir Film, No. 4c. The Eyes of the Army : With the R.F.C. at the Frost. Length, *3

British Official IV.ir Film, No. 4c. The Eyes of the Army : With the R.F.C. at the Frost. Length, *3

Frvt apt ...mak'''. 1.. . I 17th. Isle 131NOPPIS —An unfortunate laadlag; Ito sheds: a wing: at repair the ...tiAnite ma:ohms dliroor; Put of a brought It Or on a fer 01111•1•11•1100: • amok.. I • /4•01111•• arroplane; bow to
21 April 1916 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
BOP ROMENADE. Albert Terrace, opp. liatropole. - Srlemdid COMPANY-HOUSE,. no goodwill. S Stra4. O. tS QUEEN'S STICHET. * Tenn' 4

BOP ROMENADE. Albert Terrace, opp. liatropole. - Srlemdid COMPANY-HOUSE,. no goodwill. S Stra4. O. tS QUEEN'S STICHET. * Tenn' 4

vote' lone. ea-y rent. erarrthina £340.-Wildnuta. SS Siren Street. DROMENADE.-COMPANT•1101:18E8. North and Central. at lieliatioa.-Apply stead. Anetiorrer. 14 Strieet. OW l' ANT U SEB North, Cooties/. South. love valuation', no Auctioneer. Ilaake4 Street. Blackpool.
30 March 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
JAQUES & JUBY 4/8, Market Street, Blackpool. Are shewing the Largest Collection of Reliable .New GABARDINES, SUITINGS, and SILK &

JAQUES & JUBY 4/8, Market Street, Blackpool. Are shewing the Largest Collection of Reliable .New GABARDINES, SUITINGS, and SILK &

WOOLEN D MATERIALS in the District. Every care has been taken to select the . largest range of colors, in the most reliable Dyes. HIGH-CLASS DRESSMAKING. .-•-••••••••••- JAQUES & JURY, 4/8, Market Street, Blackpool. ?HONE 244. 'P HONE 241,
30 March 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
By "JEAN"

By "JEAN"

By " JEAN" son, brother of the bride. and Mr. Jack Brown. Many relatives and friends of the bride and bridegroom attended a reception at St. John's Mission Hall, Thornton. Was 21 On Friday iiER many friends in Cleveleys and district will congratulate Miss Ins Bayley. daughter of
20 January 1939 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
NO RADIO LICENCE Cleveleys Man Fined at Fleetwood

NO RADIO LICENCE Cleveleys Man Fined at Fleetwood

For using a radio set without a licence. Hector Lawrence Hewitt. of Nutter-road. Cleveleys. was fined by the Fleetwood magistrates yesterday. On behalf of the Postmaster-General. Frank Wells Ledgerd said that on November 30th two officers of the Post office visited Hewitt. who a
20 January 1939 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
START HAS BEEN MADE

START HAS BEEN MADE

To discover the most just method of organising the fishing industry. all sections must meet. Small beginnings have been made in this direction in some ports and inland towns. The Mayor of Fleetwood and I learned at Blackburn the other night that there they have already formed a
20 January 1939 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England