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Baby Carriage

Baby Carriage

15 February 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
T. COUPE & SON'S GREAT SALE OF-- JEWELLERY, WATCHES, • CLOCKS, AND SILVER PLATE,- WILL BE CONTINUED A FEW WEEKS

T. COUPE & SON'S GREAT SALE OF-- JEWELLERY, WATCHES, • CLOCKS, AND SILVER PLATE,- WILL BE CONTINUED A FEW WEEKS

LONGER, SO THAT THE ENTIRE STOCK MAY BE CLEARED.
15 February 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
4, i : Have YOU proved it? ,t Their large purchasing power enables Crooks to offer sound value in Boys',

4, i : Have YOU proved it? ,t Their large purchasing power enables Crooks to offer sound value in Boys',

Youths', and Men's Clothing at considerably less than you would pay elsewhere. 19 : Are you taking advantage of their unique Position, and saving money on Your • clothing bills? 1 4 Crooks have proved for over 50 year‘ and are proving it every day that their cloth- Si. log is .
15 February 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Relief For Tender Feet. \ WALKING MADE A PLEASURE INSTEAD OF A TORTURE.

Relief For Tender Feet. \ WALKING MADE A PLEASURE INSTEAD OF A TORTURE.

Bright sunny days bring pain and torture in the form of tired, tender, burning feet to thousands Of men and women. The pavements are hot to the touch, and it is no wonder that literally millions of people find Walking a torture on account of their hot, perspiring, and blistered
30 August 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
THEFT OF A HEN

THEFT OF A HEN

At Hasling,den Police Court. on Monday, before the Mayor and Alderman Hamilton, George Baznes, known as • " Kicker," was remanded , on suspicion of st4mling a hen. P.C. Gorst said that on Saturday night at 9-45 he saw prisoner in Grano , road with a hen nrider his arrh. Prisoner
30 August 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
TO THE EYE.

TO THE EYE.

An, inquest was held at Haslingden yesterday by Mr. Itobinson, coroner, respecting the death of Ebenezer Aspden, aged 54, quarryman; of 9, Millstreet, Sykeside, Haslingden. Mr. F. G. Lupton represented deceased's employer, and Mr. H. Davies - (of the office of Mr. Frank Rowland)
30 August 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
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6 4 4 4 4 4 4 - 4 4 e LONDON, THURSDAY. BIBLICAL PLAYS The Lard Chamberlain has for the first time licensed a purely Biblical subject, and Sir Herlx.!:rt Tree's production of "Joseph and His Brethren" at His ;Majesty's Thcatr, - ,N early next month, will be an important event in
30 August 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
WIN BULL To

WIN BULL To

a machine
30 August 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
DI CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION

DI CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION

I notice that the quarterly conference in connection with the Accrington and District Church of England Sunday School 'Association will be held in Church Kirk School on Saturday next. September 6t.h. At the evening meeting, Mar. Richard Ainsworth the local arChoologist, will giv
30 August 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
i 7T FRENZY AND FACT.

i 7T FRENZY AND FACT.

FRENZY AND FACT. Commenting upon Mx. Lloyd George's recent frenzied outburst at Carnarvon, the September " Our Flag," remarks:— "Could anything exceed the sublime effrontery of that passage which Mr. Lloyd George reeled off. about the ' peril of the democracy?' 'There is a delibe
30 August 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England