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DAILY ECHO SHIPPING PREPAID SCALE. This S<»le appl<e«» only the following olaeee*:—Situation* wanted or •ffered; Aii»rtniciite wanted offered} House*, Shops, wanted let; Money wanted or to lend. Partnership# wanted offered; Articles lost o. found; Businesses for sale: Article# a
7 February 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
riTWO ROOMS TO LET. L». The I'arade. Hemlon; jits, painted and papered; rent 3s.—Apply above, or Bell. 2, Ennerdalo. LET,

riTWO ROOMS TO LET. L». The I'arade. Hemlon; jits, painted and papered; rent 3s.—Apply above, or Bell. 2, Ennerdalo. LET,

or Rooms, Upper I'art, 11. HARROGATE STREET; suitable for elderly couple.—Apply, above address. /a OTTO TERRACE TO LET; seven rooms, * bath and w.c., and large attic.—Apply, T. Thompson, G. Ashmore Street. LET, House, I,D STREET, X Hylton Road; five rooms, scullery and washhouse
7 February 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
Nat. Tel. 702.

Nat. Tel. 702.

Telegram* ‘Bowes, Auctioneer. NATIONAL TELEPHONE 1744. /* RMSTRONG, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, and Fire Lois Axiessor, House. F.stntc, and Insurance Agent, 21. BOROUGH ROAD (comer FOYLE STREET). Agent for Price’s Bent-Steel Safe*.
7 February 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
HEAD MISTRESSES.

HEAD MISTRESSES.

School. Dept, Salary. Old Shildon Council ... Infants' ... £l2O per annum Spennymoor Mount Pleasant Council Ford Council Infants’ ... per annum Infants* ... per annum Now Shildon All Saints 0.1 Infants' No. 2... per annum ■Ferryhill Infants’ ... per annum (Last ilny for recciviu
7 February 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
MR O’BRIEN AND MR REDMOND,

MR O’BRIEN AND MR REDMOND,

O’BRIEN AND REDMOND, William O’Brien has received a letter fiom Father Walter O’Brien, constituent of North-East Cork, suggesting conference with a view to adjusting the differcucos between O'Brun and Redmond, and suggesting as delegates Cardinal Logue, Archbishop Walsh, Mr T. He
7 February 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
MANY THINSS IN FEW LINES.

MANY THINSS IN FEW LINES.

A Battersea youth was fined Saturday for assaulting his mother because she told him to get out of bed. One of the principal prizes offered at the Bournemouth Aviation Week in July will be for Hights round the Needles. Between November 28th and January 22nd not single boat flying
7 February 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
AN OPPORTUNITY.

AN OPPORTUNITY.

A large quantity of Gasfittings, General Furnishing Ironmongery, Prams, and Mail Carts is being cleared regardless of cost, at Strother’s Ironmongery Stores, High Street. Clearance Sale.—(Advt.)
7 February 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
OREGON PLUMS.

OREGON PLUMS.

Fine, noble Plums, 6d and lb. James Lawson, Fruiterer, Thornton Place. ’Phone #7 Y.—(Advt.) BAIN BRIDGE’S ANNUAL HARDWARE SALE. BIG BARGAINS ALL ROUND. 91, Vine Place (facing Stockton Road. Nat. Telephone No. 827.—(Adrt.)
7 February 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
SOME ANIMAL ITEMS.

SOME ANIMAL ITEMS.

There has been born on a farm at Longhead, near Wigton (Cumberland), calf which in all respects, except that it has hoofs, is exactly like bulldog, both as regards size, build, and features. The freak died shortly after birth. The funeral of Daniel Mowat took place at Southend o
7 February 1910 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
MEDICAL.

MEDICAL.

SISTER EDITH rerelvei patient* prtvatety foe Elect ioly»l». Removal H»:r. rif , trial operatic**, 2*. . premier operator; ture tin guaranteed a advne free. 23, Park Row. Lend*. Toe*. and Sat . 10 |b.. and Tburs.., 10. Reigrave Crest-col. . Aiao latbat American treatment for the
7 February 1910 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England