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fstl BIMTB BBSnVSD TALE OF TWO FOGS Bt m. p. shiel Author 4 7«Uow “Th* Cos* of War,” , Rajalia

fstl BIMTB BBSnVSD TALE OF TWO FOGS Bt m. p. shiel Author 4 7«Uow “Th* Cos* of War,” , Rajalia

ftapytnrc.” Ac. the Be*. Henley Jones was walking down Piccadilly one foggy afternoon, he found hisnetf face with an old Oxford churn. Hairy Hosoocrt. “Harry, all that !** cried ont nee. and after talk “Harry*' stopped a cab and they drove to chib, where •at vermouth and talking
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
(From JUuxtrated Bitt.)

(From JUuxtrated Bitt.)

Grace; “Dick. I believe you are leading double life.”—Dick: “Well. dear. I certainly am not leading a eingle one.” Dollv: “Wind lot change I’ve made your life!”—Bert: “Rather, and What a lot cost it” The Vicar; But, my dear lady, you roust know that you something your fellowman.
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
NOTHING SO GOOD

NOTHING SO GOOD

NOTHING GOOD In all diapeotjißff tbas* manr years I have failed to find any de good so auieklr.'* —Mr. E. 1). Or>U. Mupenaer. Park Boa*. UytUe. ”GREAT DENE*IT!” ** Have inT»rla»>ly received treat beaaflt from the aee of your pillß. —Mr. J. H. Harvey, ex- Inspector Metropolitan Po
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
tiunng roe oen ten days Harry Hareourt passed through the hardest-fought struggle of life—-• struggle that was prolonged by the

tiunng roe oen ten days Harry Hareourt passed through the hardest-fought struggle of life—-• struggle that was prolonged by the

reflection that, oven if gave up his all to Nina Mirafloree, thin Nina at the Glen, perhaps, meant nothinq to reward hun. Yet fateful hour cam© for nim when, like a blind and desperate man, be took the train for London, and disappeared so long that Nina's heart, which counted th
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
DODWORTH FEAST.

DODWORTH FEAST.

Fine warm weather is not usually feature Ih worth Foast, ami this year was exception to the rule, for on Sunday and Monday tin* outlook gloomy and threatening, tliougb matters did clear somewhat Tuesday, popularity that the event obtains throughout the district was again emphesi
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
LICENSED VALUES & ESTATE AGENT

LICENSED VALUES & ESTATE AGENT

Established 1873.
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
WOMBWELL.

WOMBWELL.

On Tuesday evening the Church Army Mission Room at Broomhill was crowded to bear Mr. C. J. M. Staniforth give his lecture “My Travels in France,” illustrated pictures and objects. In bowls match played on tho green the Jump Working Men's Club, the home team scored 112 against C’
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
BEESON’S Mourning Warehouse Ever; Requisite in Honming Attire for Ladies’ Wear. Black Dresses, made to order, from 25 - Black

BEESON’S Mourning Warehouse Ever; Requisite in Honming Attire for Ladies’ Wear. Black Dresses, made to order, from 25 - Black

Dress Skirts, 36, 38, 40, 42 inches long, from 4/! 1. Black Dress Skirts—best make. Special range at 10 6. Black Blouses, full size, 2/6, 3/1!, 4/11, &c. ~ extra large size, 3/11, 5/11. Black Silk Blouses, 6/11, 8/11, 10/9, 14/11, Ac. Black Coats, from 40 to 52 inches long, 10/9
4 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
BAB-NSLEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. JUNE 11. 1910.

BAB-NSLEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. JUNE 11. 1910.

11 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
Division 2.

Division 2.

CHAPELTOWN CENTRAL r. WADSLEY BRIDGE.—At Scores: (T. Pickering 32, John Lax 24), 100; Bridge, 62. MORTOMLEY v. CRANE MOOR - Mortomley. Omno Moor, 43; Mortomlev (T. Paries 39), 92. HARLEY TANKERSLEY 2nd.-At Scores:—Harley 79 for seven wickets. Match abandoned. HOYLAND COMMON BROT
11 June 1910 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England