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'To be continued).

Those Lava LarrEss.—Mrs. Newwed recently re. turned Lome to find her lord and master diligently tearing up the contents of a drawer. " Why, Herbert, irhatever are you doing," she exclaimed, "tearing up all our old love letters. The idea! " " But those are no good now, dear. They
29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
CTCLCNE IN 'nu I'HILIPPLNES.

CTCLCNE IN 'nu I'HILIPPLNES.

W...IGHTI.OIM LOSS OF LIFE. A terra•le cyclone has devastated the island of Leyte, ouc of me Visaras group of the Philippine Istands. There has been immense loss of life, awl tie damage dune is incalculable. Leyte, which id ullif cf the Visayas, or Pintadoe, islands, lies to the
29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
SPENCER,

SPENCER,

CONFECTIONER, FANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAYER 48, SCOTLAND ROAD, MARKET HALL, NELSON. PARTIES PROVIDED WEDDINGS and FUNERALS supplied with all requisites. MU
29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
PRESENTATION OF A GOLD KEY.

PRESENTATION OF A GOLD KEY.

Mr. 3. T. Landless, the engineer and surveyor to the Council, said that he had on behalf of the Brierfield 'Urban District C ouncil, in presenting Mr. Chadwick Hor s f a ll, the chairman, with a handsome gold key with which to open those ontfall works. The key was a handsomo gol
29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
• THE NELSON

• THE NELSON

29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
THE SPANISH MAIN

THE SPANISH MAIN

holds its reputation to this day for the ripest Ciors the ,t orld. ('abs is just now in the threes of revolution, but as yet we can sell let goods at ordinary priers. may not be able o,lltiuus doing so. Take chanoe when it is ~ f fered you. We only deal in the lkst.
29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
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29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
CHOLERA IN THE SHE REGIMENT. FORTY DEATHS.

CHOLERA IN THE SHE REGIMENT. FORTY DEATHS.

A Shrewsbury correspondent telegraphs that information was received there on Monday of a serious outbreak of cholera among the headquarters half. battalion of the let Shropshire Light Infantry, stationed at Sitapur, Bengal. Forty deaths had occurred among the rank and file up to
29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
LADIES!

LADIES!

T ADIES REQUIRING ASSISTANCE and I A RELIEF in all Female Ailments, Irregularities, Suppressions, and Obstructions, can obtain the most valuable information whereby difficulties are overcome, no matter how obstinate or long-standing. This Extraordinary Medicine has met with imme
29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
STONE THROWING AT TRAINS.

STONE THROWING AT TRAINS.

ENGINE -DRIVER KILLED. Benjamin Hitchen, ono of the oldest and most tntsted engine -drivers in the employ of the London and North-Western Railway Company, ham died at Crewe. When the accident occurred he was driving the Scotch express between Crewe aud Carhale. and when Wineford
29 October 1897 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England