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UPERIOR APARTMENTS Vacant. terror moderate.—Appb. TB..Hueourt St. 5433 LILIXTRAIL-440 four-roomed COT. TAOL—Appiy. M. RylaA4, ciooo TO LET e , .—Apply, St end Co., 22, te e. 5323 110 LEE, Combined BOOM. Bathroom and every convenienee.—Write: Box X 6442 "Advertiser" • _ !'WO Furn
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
111011111111CTIONS ON LOCAL AND cuaßril7 roo/cs FROM THE VILLAGES.

111011111111CTIONS ON LOCAL AND cuaßril7 roo/cs FROM THE VILLAGES.

111011111111CTIONS ON LOCAL AND roo/cs FROM THE VILLAGES. South lEnekkent. • A 1 )0o '5 lenrs.."—At the County Polio, Court, Wednesday, _Ernest Briggs, of South Mu s k lam, was ordered to pay 2i. 6d. for keeping a eross-bred terrier dog without haring • The dog had destroyed.
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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Orr sin °rms.—Roland Sutton and William Jamieson, of Gunton, were summoned on Wedneeday, at Newark County Police Court, for mina a gun •rithout a limbos. Sutton did nut appear, and his was adjourned until the nest Court..—Jsunieson pleaded guilty.—P.c. Plekher said that s at 11.
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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Ltnyrtyn Ovntxcsa.—Ethel Watertind, of Nottingham, and her brot•her, Richard add, of Demeanor, failed to appear at the Newark County Police Court, Last week, to answer summons of riding cycles without light. on Ist, at &SS p.m.-I'.c. Adams paved cams, stating that when told he wo
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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TIC N, commendable clearing their trontagea. icw re voki.l. and 'mules acre trutnpe.
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
JOHN MILLS & SONS, LTD. ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE.

JOHN MILLS & SONS, LTD. ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE.

Men's. S A L E Usual Halo Price. Prier. 18 Pain Welted Boa Bel Boots .. 2.5/. 1111/11 18 „ Strong Chrome Derby... 25/- 24 .. Moccasin " Bo: Calf Boots .. 421i43519 27,6 5 „ Only " Delta " Box Calf Boots 49: 25/. 90 ~ Nailed Derby,' .. 2,- 10 ~ •• Kneen*" Black W.lted Fl 35/- IS,
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
JOHNSON & LONGDON, Market Place.

JOHNSON & LONGDON, Market Place.

Staintss COSTUMES. DIIITY BOY - IN THE CART.' Big Ben fao the NE, iti Iti4, u giant in a fairy tale, baa A of cruelty to a pony was being tried , which arc being washed for at the police court. The witness for the . Each v. - cars a different ex- prosecution. P.c. Flanagan. was
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THERE'S MANY A SLIP.--

THERE'S MANY A SLIP.--

Woman: "Didn't I you never to H= VP amain?" Tramp: "I hope you will pagdon me. madam, but it in the fruit et! my deer...eq . . him to strike out your name from my caleing TMTHACHTE cured instantly by Birisrl'Eß'S NERVINE. It prevent, decay, extzacti,n. nights prevented; *ea rena
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FM I .7 j diagro FORGET-ME-NOT I SAVE THE COUPONS Self Raisint Floud

FM I .7 j diagro FORGET-ME-NOT I SAVE THE COUPONS Self Raisint Floud

FM I .7 j diagro FORGET - ME - NOT I SAVE THE COUPONS Self Raisint Floud BASSINONAII.-Ihe "Ifewast Advertiser l am be wen Wawa., sendai Leitcaa—Tb• "Newark Advertiser • may Iv I TWIN% libiebsed Wednesday massing from 3lr.
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TEE NEWARK ADVERTISER. IWEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18. 1922. BOTHWELL% NEW BURIAL GROUND I CANON LIM'S GOLDEN WEDDIII I AXUBEMENTB IN NEWARK OFFER FROM COMMISSIONERS.

TEE NEWARK ADVERTISER. IWEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18. 1922. BOTHWELL% NEW BURIAL GROUND I CANON LIM'S GOLDEN WEDDIII I AXUBEMENTB IN NEWARK OFFER FROM COMMISSIONERS.

The Soutliwell Parish Council met on! Monday evening. when the members present were Mr. E. A. Merrywcather (chairman). lessra. 1.. N. Barrow. A. Salt, J. H. Kirkby, N. A. Metcalfe. J. Leek. A. M. Larrington. A. Woodruff, and the Clerk (Mr. W. Leek). i The Clerk read a letter fro
18 January 1922 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England