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Dancing. - sherwood hodse. Mrs EVERETT. M.B.A.T.D, Private Classes are now resumed. Prospectus Free. Tel. 2644. ASSEMBLY every Saturday Evening

Dancing. - sherwood hodse. Mrs EVERETT. M.B.A.T.D, Private Classes are now resumed. Prospectus Free. Tel. 2644. ASSEMBLY every Saturday Evening

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31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
BEECHAM'S PIIIS.

BEECHAM'S PIIIS.

will find tbit Beecbam Pitt* Kill restore free and regular oonotooDi, ana Bring about that pJj.Tsiril me* and b*iu;y ,jnly come through perfect health and regularity. gold everywhere boren price ptU*) *nd 3/9 piling
31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
Musical Notes. CONCERT. (By EUBATO.") Sobeoriprion Concert directors have had an unfortunate experience this year the ci disappointments. the last

Musical Notes. CONCERT. (By EUBATO.") Sobeoriprion Concert directors have had an unfortunate experience this year the ci disappointments. the last

concert Busocb failed, and Miss Soharrer—or rather one should the fog—caused them some anxious moments. Now Madame Munthe-Kaas n*W© to appear, but fortunately for those who regard vocalist indispensable, the services of MSfis Edith Evans have been secured. The orchestral program
31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
OFFICIAL RECEIVERS EVIDENCE.

OFFICIAL RECEIVERS EVIDENCE.

Mr. Walter Durraace, Official Receiver in Bankruptcy, gave evidence relative to tho proceedings in bankruptcy. stated that bad received from Robinson statement affairs, dated Jan. 25t‘h. which showed dotioienoy amounting £19,487 15s. Id., but there note endorsed the deficiency a
31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
DRAUGHTS.

DRAUGHTS.

STREET BROTHERHOOD x WHfDHILL MISSION. Street. Windhil! Mission. 11 T. W. llalliday O t>. H>rd -•• • —••• M. - f. - W. Hardier A. 0 11. Pollard • W. Myers C Total * you heard tho news a. dean found dead box?’* asked tho jocular Churchman. No, M the vicar answered rrtedly “What w
31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
MlauitD.

MlauitD.

S’ IBEIIAL QLUB, CURATOR for above club. Applioak>u3 in the of the Secretary not later than February 11th. Foi particulars ap* ply at the Club.—W. Jenkins. Hon. Y —Wanted, cnced Female ASSISTANT for Bake* hour-: also APPRENTICE or IMPROVER. —Apply J. CHARLESWORTH, Victoria Road,
31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
Mr. John Burns’s Story.

Mr. John Burns’s Story.

Sir John Benn and Mr. John Burns some years ago paid a visit to America, the former describing himself Saneho Panza to Mr. Burns’s Don Quixote. Anent this visit the President of the Local Government Board relates that was on© of a party who were seeing a celebrated town, and the
31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
Max Beerbohm’s Joke,

Max Beerbohm’s Joke,

Mr. Max Becrbohm, who supplied the play for Sir Georgo Alexander's debut as a musichall artist, once played wicked hoax on his readers, says “Daily Chronicle.*’ one of his early volumes there is an essay describing gloving terms charm® of Prangley Valley, which one may reach fro
31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
Prince of Wales as Poetballer.

Prince of Wales as Poetballer.

Prince Wales as Poetballer. The Prince Wales, who. sine© he wont Oxford few months ago, has entered with full zest into true college life, joining in the various spo.-te and indulged in by his fellowundergraduatee, on Friday distinguished himself bv scoring tho winning, goal in a
31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
INFLUENZA COUGHS ft COLDS

INFLUENZA COUGHS ft COLDS

Peps Banish Local Epidemic. Influenza takes so many forms every new outbreak that doctors are often puzzled to the trouble. Yet there are two points common to all the varying phases of influenza: first, the raicrob© which cause® the disease is always the earns active, virulent,
31 January 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England