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LADIES' WICKER DRESS BASKETS, covered with 2Se, Ms.

LADIES' WICKER DRESS BASKETS, covered with 2Se, Ms.

LADIES' WICKER DRESS BASKETS, covered with 2Se, FRENCH PRINT SHIRTS, newest mittens, with two deta 76 DOZENS Gentlemen's White LONGCLOTH SHIRTS, 2s Hid each, worth 6d. Writ* for sample shirt. LAWN TENNIS ItACQUE CS AND BALLS. We have decided to clear the whole of our Stock of Ten
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England
 
LEAK AND THORP,

LEAK AND THORP,

CONEY STREET, YORK. NOW SHOWING NEW DRESS MATERIALS AND CCiSTUMES, NEW MANTLES AND JACKET& NEW ZEPHYRS, PRINTS, AND BATTENS. NEW NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY. NEW GLOVES AND HOSIERY, NEW LACES, TIES, AND RIBBONS, &c. NEW SILKS, VELVETS, AND PLUSHES. NEW TWEEDS & COATINGS. NEW CRETONNE
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England
 
FU RNITUR whoa.

FU RNITUR whoa.

FU RNITUR (Formerly Wm. 80.. lanufaeturer of Hosiery, Glove Importer, Skirt Sam. — am" Colonial and Foreign Matter, 30, COMMERCIAL STREETS LEEDS. ♦ WILLIAM H.ll HUNTER LADIES' TAILOR, SILK MERCER, COSTUMIER. 89a, Micklegate, York. ' LOUIS' - I F1 1 )1. U . S E LL B R FURNITURE RE
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England
 
with sleeves meshing below the dboWs. They see often in tight, materials, and like the baildressen trimmed round the hem,

with sleeves meshing below the dboWs. They see often in tight, materials, and like the baildressen trimmed round the hem,

and have full crossed bodices, bows on the 'boulders, wed whoa. Motewlete de aoic, powdered with small pompadour bouquets, may be effectively decorated with knots of black velvet and lace; sprigged net —much in vogue—with bands and bows of white satin ribbons, and soft scarf of
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SUPPLY OF CALF LYMPH.

THE SUPPLY OF CALF LYMPH.

Mr. S. M. Watt, public vaccinator at Hovingham, York, publbhed some correspondence he has had with the Local Government Board with regard to the supply of calf lymph for public vaccination. He applied to the Board for a supply of calf lymph, repressatilag that puent. bad objecte
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England
 

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THE CO-OPERATIVE CONGRESS.

THE CO-OPERATIVE CONGRESS.

The programme for the twenty-second annual cooperative congress, which is to be opened at Glasgow on the 26th of the present month, is of a very int.. resting character, and promises a very successful gathering. It was in 1876 (writes a correspondent) that Glasgow lint had the h
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England
 
A PARADISE FOR TOURISTS.

A PARADISE FOR TOURISTS.

The following anecdote, related by a recent visitor to Heligoland, proves how unmercenary the people of that island are: "I had been talking (says the narrator) to one of the boatmen about some rocks, some miles off, that I particularly wanted to see. The man said he knew them w
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England
 
TELEGRAPHIC RATES.

TELEGRAPHIC RATES.

In view of the International Telegraphic Conference at Paris the London correspondent of the Alaecasster Courier mentions a few interesting facts concerning present telegraphic rates. It costs 40. a word to telegraph to Italy, though the charge to the Eastern frontier of Germany
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England
 
GARDENING FOR THE WEEL

GARDENING FOR THE WEEL

Panne Misr censmental plants grown indoors reqube be Method or top-dressed annually accordbig to fink sommilies. For the majority • mixture al Isom sal —in equal parte and a liberal proportion aver osd be the most suitable. The :Wedged be perfectly clean and be efficiently For t
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England
 
MURDER AT STOCKTON.

MURDER AT STOCKTON.

A terrible murder was committed at Stockton-on- Tees on Sunday morning. young man named Frederick Terry went as Saturday night to a house in Alberto-street with a yams named Sarah Merry. weather, from Nathshorton, sad took lodgings. They were Waned, ether. and retired quietly. N
16 May 1890 - Otley News and West Riding Advertiser - Otley, Yorkshire, England