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ORION'S

ORION'S

04 November 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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11!1111 Onions should always be boiled is water that has been salted, otherwise they loss lunch of their flavour. A couple of teaspoonfuls of glycerine to • small tnbful d water useful in softening the lather in which flannel articles are to be washed. When the cuffs of white shi
04 November 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Crayon Enlargements FHA M COMPLRTIC 20In. by from any Photo. 9d . Midland Art Fsociation, 41. ARK %V MOUT PHTIM/

Crayon Enlargements FHA M COMPLRTIC 20In. by from any Photo. 9d . Midland Art Fsociation, 41. ARK %V MOUT PHTIM/

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04 November 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CONSCIENCE AND PAY.

CONSCIENCE AND PAY.

At the Law Society Tribunal on Monday William L. Hughes, who had been exempted on condition that he undertook work el national importance, asked to be aliened to remain as accountant with a steamily company, saying be had a wife Mai Mat children and the work offered bring in 255
21 October 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
craddock , s Boots ARE THE B E S fi 22, Long Row Daily Deliveries of New Autumn Goods. TBLBPHONB

craddock , s Boots ARE THE B E S fi 22, Long Row Daily Deliveries of New Autumn Goods. TBLBPHONB

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21 October 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ARMY MULES.

ARMY MULES.

The announcement that 3,000 mules bare been imp rted into this country from South America for the use of the Army reveals the fact that the military authorities are using these hardy animaLs for transport purposes in the war as they did in the South African camt,aign. Mules in m
08 May 1915 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SOLDIER KILLED BY MOTOR-CAR.

SOLDIER KILLED BY MOTOR-CAR.

Sapper William Lea, aged 26, of the 90th Field Company, Royal Engineers, was found unconscious early Monday morning, suffering from terrible injuries. to tho head, on tne main Henley-Maidenhead road, having evidently been knocked down by a. passing motor-car. He was found at 4.3
08 May 1915 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BR I DGFORD B. W .T. A .

BR I DGFORD B. W .T. A .

The monthly meeting, held on Tuesday, in the Wintry Chinch 'anima, well attended. Mr. Parker, who presid.A., spoke of the temptations that be- t young men to-slay in tie %a my. with regard ip strong di ink. %Vitt-flier the-ae men tack the drilf:, themselves or not, he was told t
08 May 1915 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Arthur Flanders

Arthur Flanders

SPROIAL SHOW Children's Millinery and Costumes Up-to-date Show of Ladies' Millinery Spring Coats and
15 July 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
F. PARSONS °lumber Rd. Post Office Special Line. Choice Tea Siftings. 25.4 d. lb. Its Exquisite. i:ridgford Council. Wounded Sokiiers.

F. PARSONS °lumber Rd. Post Office Special Line. Choice Tea Siftings. 25.4 d. lb. Its Exquisite. i:ridgford Council. Wounded Sokiiers.

—The committee recom mended that wounded soldiers in uniform be permitted to travel Treat Bridge to Plansmince," Wilford, at the fixed times of 2.30 and 2.30 p.m. at half-fares during the summer months. Repairs.—The superintendent was instructed to submit particulars of repairs
15 July 1916 - West Bridgford Advertiser - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England