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HO LL PILLPOIMET Holloway's Ointment, in conjunction with the Pills is unmatched as a Skin Cure, speedily removing all disfiguring blotches, pimples and blackheads. It is a ears remedy for Obstinate Sores and Old Wounds, as well as for Rheumatism, Lumbago, 6.c.. while in came of
24 January 1913 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
WHIST LEAGUE.

WHIST LEAGUE.

P. W. L. D. Pts. .Iv•ge. St. James 12 10 2 U 923 76.91 The Green Liberals 9 6 3 0 637 70.77 St. George's lO 1 6 0 703 70.30 Conservatives lO 3 7 0 671 67.10 St. Luke's Sat. ll 5 6 0 740 67.27 Parish Church S 3 5 0 527 65.87 St. Luke's Weds 9 1 7 1 527 63.55 JUNIOR BILLIARD LEAGU
24 January 1913 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
TRY THE

TRY THE

NATIONAL TEA CO., 32, LAPSTONE ROAD. See Our Window. For a Choice Selection of Useful and Fancy Articles Given Away to all Purchasers of our Tea & Cocoa in exthangsjqiC)oques.
24 January 1913 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
SALES AND WANTS, &c.

SALES AND WANTS, &c.

24 January 1913 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
COMING SYNDICALISM' RALLY

COMING SYNDICALISM' RALLY

On February rot there is to be a big rally of the members of the Industrial Syndicalist Education I.e.•gue in 1. lon. This gathering of the clang is to come from all parts of the cleantry, and we may expect %vine fireworks. ProhaNy none are more troubled about. the growth of Syn
24 January 1913 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 

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MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S AIMS.

MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S AIMS.

A man of the people, if ever there was one, Mr. Lloyd George deserves the gratitude of all social reformers fotswhe pluck and perseverance he has shown in connection with the Insurance Act. Many of us would have much preferred to see the working classes make their provision for
24 January 1913 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
Fixtures for To-morrow.

Fixtures for To-morrow.

Cl' II BERLAND CU P.—Firbt Round. 11.iverigg . v. NliHum. FOOTBALL NOTES. (By Spectator.") Still as eager as ever to witness the prowess of the Millom team, Dearhant Unitcgl arrived early on Saturday, and appeared to !Live lost nothing by their trying everienee of the previous w
24 January 1913 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
YOU MUST HAVE MOREEGGSTHISWINTER

YOU MUST HAVE MOREEGGSTHISWINTER

11 MIN MoltNlNti 11. LI) COLMANS POULTRY MUSTARD lOne Teaspoonful for six fowls). ilk ti- : 21b, alto: 31b. post paid. 916 ki g 5 1 9. Carriage ... toil 1211, ... 76. ... t/o tBlb ... 11'0. ~ 281 b „•• ... 1/6 561 b „ Carriage paid 221 b „ 37.' 6 . 1 cash with order ii2lb „ ...
24 January 1913 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
" Retained when all other foods are rejected." Aged People, Invalids, and Infants enjoy Benger's Food, and thrive upon it,

" Retained when all other foods are rejected." Aged People, Invalids, and Infants enjoy Benger's Food, and thrive upon it,

hen other foods disagree. FOOD is dainty and delicious, highly nutritive and most easily digested. Tea, coffee and cocoa with Benger's Food—half and half—enables Invalids to enjoy the refreshing qua:ities of these LeverK_:e with the digestive advantages of Derige,'s Food. all In
24 January 1913 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
NOTUING IS HIDDEN.

NOTUING IS HIDDEN.

No man can help unveiling himself, hestever long he may serape even hie own detection. There is nothing covered that shall not be rerea!ed. Things were meant to come out, and be read, and understood, in the face of the universe. The soul of every man is a secret book whose conte
24 January 1913 - Bicester Herald - Bicester, Oxfordshire, England