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H. CLIFFE, BUILDER, 6, Makin St., Mexboro', Attends to all kinds of Repairs on the Shortest Notice.

H. CLIFFE, BUILDER, 6, Makin St., Mexboro', Attends to all kinds of Repairs on the Shortest Notice.

29 October 1910 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
TITS LARGEST AND MOST WARTED STOCK OF ROOTS AND SHOES IN THE DISTRICT. ALL SMART. CLF-A NEW GOODS AT POPULAR

TITS LARGEST AND MOST WARTED STOCK OF ROOTS AND SHOES IN THE DISTRICT. ALL SMART. CLF-A NEW GOODS AT POPULAR

PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED TO EVERY CUSTOMER. TEE Four FITTLI). THE EYE SE PLE ND OWSASED. AND THE POCKET sump. E WI! J. WHITAKER & Co., 41 and 43, Main Street, Meiboro'.
29 October 1910 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
AT THE STADIUM.

AT THE STADIUM.

Concerts. Royal opera, covent garden. THOMAS BEECHAM OPERA CO. WAGNER ORCHESTRAL CONCERT, TO-MORROW (Snnd»y), ». Prioos: Boxes, 305., 305.; Reserved Seats, 6s. toil.; Gallery (unreserved). Is. Admission Free.
29 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Art Galleries.

Art Galleries.

Early British masters. SHEPHERD’S WINTER EXHIBITION Includes Cheice Works by Croroe I Romney Constable Opie Wilson I Cotman ALLERY, 27, St. James's. Rejnolds Gainsborough Eaebnrn SHEPHERD’S G- Russian art exhibition, By 100 Leading Artists. OPENS WEDNESDAY NEXT. No». 2nd. DORE G
29 October 1910 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Ma ALBERT H. PURSER (6, Northgate Street, Warwick) few vacancies for Pianoforte Pupils. Terms moderate. Highest references. Visits Barford and district weekly. BOOK DEBTS PURCHASED, cash down, any district.— W. Jackson, 26, Corporation Street, Manchester. WANTED, Disused Jewelle
29 October 1910 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
£. FRANCIS & SONS

£. FRANCIS & SONS

LIMITED, 84, 38, 38, & 40. BATH STREET, LEAMINGTON SPA, COSTUMIERS, MILLINERS, FANCY DRAPERS. SPECIAL AUTUMN SHOWS.
29 October 1910 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
SPEECH BY LORD WILLOUGHBY DB BROKE.

SPEECH BY LORD WILLOUGHBY DB BROKE.

SPEECH BY LORD WILLOUGHBY BROKE. Mr. John Baird, C.M.G., M.P., has recently retoroed from tie tonr In Canada, and welcome home'* meetlogs have b:eo arranged tbroogbont tbe division. The first gathering of the series took pltce in large Co-cpcretive Hell on Monday night, end It wa
29 October 1910 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
•• Count Hannibal.’ Pretty nearly everybody the fine, bustling, romantic m€l(^ ra . has been made out Stanley y man’s

•• Count Hannibal.’ Pretty nearly everybody the fine, bustling, romantic m€l(^ ra . has been made out Stanley y man’s

novel, is continually asking throughout the four acts to hdled. Count Hannibal braves the mob on all occasions, hands his dagger to his wile, ] with request to her that she shall "slit his wizand,” goes to sleep a country inn without taking suttcient precautions against thieves
29 October 1910 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
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Miaa

M KIRSTEKN Add row, 76, Bln P*rk'BuwioM, Ch«l*e*, W, QKA£M£, MISS PAULINE HAGUE, Conclodlnff two )t*n. Lmdy P»t.'• (.innilw." At Liberty ttiflrtiM- C). II ■ Itadlfy.
29 October 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DEAD IN THE THAMES.

DEAD IN THE THAMES.

At the City Coroner’s Court Dr. F. J. Waldo held inquest on the body of Christian Heiberg, German, aged sixtyone, skid dyer, Charles Street, Stepney, whose body was recovered from the Thames. Mota Heiberg, the deceased’s daughter, stated that had been suffering from pains, and w
29 October 1910 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England