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WIPE SOLD FOR £l.

WIPE SOLD FOR £l.

Strange Allegations. Startling were made WifeaP County Police Friday by young married woman who had summoned a married man for maintenance. The complainant hailed from Mindicy, and the defendant, who denied the charge, from ouppull The complainant said sho left her husband in Yo
6 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
LIEUT. STEWART'S COMMISSION

LIEUT. STEWART'S COMMISSION

Mr. King asked the House Commons Tuesday whether the release generously granted Lieut. Bertrand Stewart, a Territorial officer, *He German Emperor would be followed hie reinet lement the British Army the position which held before nis conviction Germany. Col, Seely; Lieut. Stewa
6 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
MEDICAL OFFICER’S REPORT.

MEDICAL OFFICER’S REPORT.

Hie Medical Officer. (Dr. Stansfiold) reported that during the month 13 birtlis (5 males and 8 females) had been notified, this being the highest number recorded for one month since 1804. One death had been notified. Medical Officer also reported that and the Surveyor had been r
6 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
BOOTH’S Dress Warehouse Holds the Largest Stock ot NAVAL COSTUME SERGES IN BRADFORD. AND THE VERY BEST VALUE. DRESS GOODS,

BOOTH’S Dress Warehouse Holds the Largest Stock ot NAVAL COSTUME SERGES IN BRADFORD. AND THE VERY BEST VALUE. DRESS GOODS,

LACES, COSTUME CLOTHS, BUTTONS, SUITINGS, TRIMMINGS. SILKS. LININGS. Any Length Cut at Wholesale Price. Closed Wednesdays at I p.m. ' Well St. and Hall Ings,
6 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
INCEEASINO THE TAX

INCEEASINO THE TAX

THE TAX Government taxes nobody fond of pacing (neither poor nor rich), but the people who buy then Sal on credit increase it for themselves In effect they pav »n increased tax for credit, nltbouarh tho increased tax does not to Government. How can their lot as pleasant the caah-
4 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHAPPELL PIANO

THE CHAPPELL PIANO

by following Artistes their Concert* ami tlioir tear*:— BACKHAUS. EREISLEE. KUBELIK. STRAUSS. MELBA. CARUSO. AU the latest Market Chambers. Illustrated Catalogue sent Post Free. COLE AGENT:— F., POWER, Music Stores," ' MARKET BRADFORD.
4 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
A DISTINCTION.

A DISTINCTION.

Mistress: “Well, I’m sorry you want to Icaro me. Mary. But what’s your reason?” Mary silent. Mistress; “.‘Somethin Mary (suddenly): “No, mum; please, mum, he’s lance-corporal.” Best Price given for Furnitu Etc., of all descriptions. H. BURGESS, 24, Saltaire Road. SHIPLEY.'
4 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TERRIBLE TERRIER.

THE TERRIBLE TERRIER.

He ‘was mailing to ca-tch the 9.30 when lie cannoned into porter coming out the station with ©harp little terrier under hie arm. v _ “HaKo,” he said the porter, ‘‘where is this fine little fellow bound for S'* The porter scowled him savagely. “You don’t know where he’s agoin’; 1
4 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
YOU INSURER

YOU INSURER

•gainst rain? If not, is wl ay fault. I have all tin tost Styles in to chooco from 4s» tXio £ less than Prices. Bay direct from the maters and middlemen •
4 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
fieatbs.

fieatbs.

BRAITHWAITE.—Afc B#, Caiarnwood Road, Kccloshill, Mav 24th Hannah, wife of Thomas Braithwaite, aged 68 years COWLING�� May 28th, Woodhall Hills, Calvorlev, aged 59. Ralph Cowling, farmer and corn miller. PARKER.—On May 25th, 1915, 15, High* goto Road. Clayton Heights, Alfred Park
4 June 1913 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England