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Rest Bringer.

Rest Bringer.

Fels-Naptha soap. Your grocer returns your money in full if you don't find it brings you rest. It does more: it saves the clothes and makes them cleaner. aid a bar. ig Ribes Used Lois IC
8 November 1902 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
HEAVY DAMAGES FOB LIBEL

HEAVY DAMAGES FOB LIBEL

The trial of a libel case in which Mr. C. T. Wilkinson, solicitor, was the plaintiff and Mr. J. Waned,, editor of a Wa/thamstow paper, the defendant, has been concluded in the King's Bench Division. The plaintiff complained that he had been referred to in such phrases as "a Dump
8 November 1902 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
MUNICIPAL TRADING.

MUNICIPAL TRADING.

Some striking shewing how certain provincial towns have reduced their rates by means of municipal trading are given in the Journal. In Darlington during the last six years Corporation enterprises —Ras, water, and markets—produced a net profit of £70,408„ which was contributed in
8 November 1902 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
Sickly Babies

Sickly Babies

Can be made to thrive and live by giving them from two to four drops of Vogeler's Curative Compound in a little water once or twice daily; it enables them to easily digest and assimilate their food; it enriches the blood, builds new healthy flesh tissues, imparts strength to all
8 November 1902 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
J • R. Fo"Ey, BUIL ER de CONTRACTOR JOINER & UNDERTAKER, TOLL GAVEL, BEVERLEY. Estimates given for every description of

J • R. Fo"Ey, BUIL ER de CONTRACTOR JOINER & UNDERTAKER, TOLL GAVEL, BEVERLEY. Estimates given for every description of

Work, Alterations, and Repain.
8 November 1902 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
AND OTHERWISE. • Hereechiey_: "Did my singing make a bit ?•• Wigwag: "My dear fellow s it was just a

AND OTHERWISE. • Hereechiey_: "Did my singing make a bit ?•• Wigwag: "My dear fellow s it was just a

anecess." Judge: "on seem to be one of the most swindlers of our time." Prisoner (smirkingly): "Oh, you flatter me, your honour!" "I understand that you are a distant relative oi the wealthy Goldmans. "Yes." "How distant?" "As distant as they can keep me." Mrs. A.: "My husband i
8 November 1902 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
SPECIAL LINES IN BOXED STATIONERY Royal Ancient Parchment, eased swipe, 1. per of 5 pins. Do. Envelops, 1/- per 100.

SPECIAL LINES IN BOXED STATIONERY Royal Ancient Parchment, eased swipe, 1. per of 5 pins. Do. Envelops, 1/- per 100.

Do. Rill Finish, 1/. re of 5 quires. Do. Envelopes, 1/- per 100. The New Smooth Pankow* Cream Wove, 1/- packet of 5 quires. Do. Envelopes, 1/- pa 100. &mien Silurian 1/- pm picket of 62. Do. Envelops, 1/- per 100. The Royal Arms Stationery Wines, Will Finish.- Containing 50 50 E
8 November 1902 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
MARBLIGIS. Pollowfield—Wright—November sth, by the Bee. K. Brost Jackson, at Bt. Mary's Church, Thomas flimpeou Yallowfield, to both of Beverley.*

MARBLIGIS. Pollowfield—Wright—November sth, by the Bee. K. Brost Jackson, at Bt. Mary's Church, Thomas flimpeou Yallowfield, to both of Beverley.*

Entlq—Burton—Noventber at tho Minster, BerrilV, by the Bev. W. I. WiglaM. Thomas y,Bve&y, labourer, to Maria Burton, of Bentley. Jessog—Wood—Novenber 4th, at the Minster. BWilig, by the Bev. A. Man, Benjamin William Jess*, kboraer, to Elisabeth Wood, both of Beverley. Bobson—MeA
8 November 1902 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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13 July 1901 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
CHARGE AGAINST ENGLISH TRAWLERS

CHARGE AGAINST ENGLISH TRAWLERS

The commander of the Danish cruiser Heimdal, employed on fishery duty at Iceland, nate/ that It is within his knowledge that in recent years there Ina beans constantly-Increasing traffic between English bawler, and certain Icelandic fishermen, of which the former have disposed o
13 July 1901 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England