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ORGAN BUI LOGS.—Bey leering achool Wanted, to learn the trade; wagea to eoomeoce.—Apply the Labour hxchaofe, George-atreet. L~AOB WAREHOUSE OTTICML-Boy,

ORGAN BUI LOGS.—Bey leering achool Wanted, to learn the trade; wagea to eoomeoce.—Apply the Labour hxchaofe, George-atreet. L~AOB WAREHOUSE OTTICML-Boy,

age 1«5. Wanted lean dutiew—Apply Labour Exchange, George•tree*. NoUsngham. BUTOHEBS require Shop Boys.—Apply Labour Exchange. George atroat. YOUTHS Wasted tor BoUfma.—Apply Labour Exchange, Gwgeatreets YOUTH lor Sack Wanted.'—Apply «bo Labour Exchange. Geoegeotroet. /COMMERCIAL
15 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CASH DESR.—Young lady Wanted, pcefenwd.—Apply the Labour Exchange. PATTERN Girta Wanted, for Lacea Neta.—Apply labour Exchange, Ceorge-atreet. CARDBtAt&D Wanted oeee.

CASH DESR.—Young lady Wanted, pcefenwd.—Apply the Labour Exchange. PATTERN Girta Wanted, for Lacea Neta.—Apply labour Exchange, Ceorge-atreet. CARDBtAt&D Wanted oeee.

—Apply Labour Exchange. Oeotgewtreet. Knitting Machtmafe Wanted Apply labour Exchange. Cenrgeatneei.
15 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
/COTTON CVarera and Camera Wanted.—App'F Labour Exchange. Georgwaueet.

/COTTON CVarera and Camera Wanted.—App'F Labour Exchange. Georgwaueet.

15 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
GIRLS for Waata Son Wanted.—Apply the labour Exchange. George mew.

GIRLS for Waata Son Wanted.—Apply the labour Exchange. George mew.

15 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WOULSHOn MJteMa lor Joiner or CfcNnattnalrm. \Uaeot ArtartiifeHArmt; imM dwr.-Mriw. Halford and Sew. 1 X*4 -FACTORY Pram am. 230. Gartta

WOULSHOn MJteMa lor Joiner or CfcNnattnalrm. \Uaeot ArtartiifeHArmt; imM dwr.-Mriw. Halford and Sew. 1 X*4 -FACTORY Pram am. 230. Gartta

Bedkwwd. te M»d 2nd Plooaa, tofiaAor wrtA O«8ce floor; immodMlo powwoe—Further parOeatam. wjy O. H. ». Start. 12. Virtofia-aMaal. jgjfa TO BE SOLD OR LET. ATWOSTOWSY PACfORT to bo Md Lai ia Amotd. Mt. hjr , and Smaller fWtory. toto «nf«e, Ar.-Fto bar M. fWteoftoaen. An»«3d^ SALE
15 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 

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ARKWKIOHT STREET. 230.—Larca Aop how*, b»6hr..«jm, a.c., good dry baannnnt —R. Wlraatky. 28. Oawafuanlaaat. (aw atol»c»k->to.ly built lluuea, suit Praarofar

ARKWKIOHT STREET. 230.—Larca Aop how*, b»6hr..«jm, a.c., good dry baannnnt —R. Wlraatky. 28. Oawafuanlaaat. (aw atol»c»k->to.ly built lluuea, suit Praarofar

and MiUioer; AMlWiu*. PaitiamaoUageei, MBS
15 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE RAND RIOTS (JOfIANNEESU KG; o:r6eatrt! Mu*.c.

THE RAND RIOTS (JOfIANNEESU KG; o:r6eatrt! Mu*.c.

Dox FORGET liav Visit to MONDAY KENT,—UKAND SHOW SLOWERS. nsi-rr. taaEMju^, n»t-^t^ yi y. ';,^ SOUTH PARADE. Tie NEW DINING and SMOKE ARE SOW OPEX. A Marvellous Instrument, tbe PHONOLISZT-VIOLIN A. DAILY VIOLIN A PIANOFOKTL ULaIC HIGHEST CLASS. u the oniy it* kind be ptiUtc iu r
2 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BUITRK.

BUITRK.

—Firjt, frrrfi front CRUSHKD »I*UAR GRWJfOCK. Friday, full. ,! -rf-r . • Fair Jhi*.nr*- a* fully rwetdny’s <■ i"ari,ct jn.*l pv*:«a *.li I ck-tod ou ihtextay at;, i v:t, CO.Mo Piidfetr. TTi** *>**al* r-** hon»<o • tnartt*-* re. vory *>■ ►‘oady . Qitnian .r**; l,*nr?unt Ii?. fld.
2 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE LOST NECKLACE.

THE LOST NECKLACE.

Someone has apparently played hoax upon Tans evening paper. According to the particular journal, Mr. Ward, of Scotland Yard, and Mr. Wilson, “an inspector who accompanies him.” have arrived Taris in connection with the it.Vl.OOh pearl necklace. Iho latter is attributed the state
2 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MOTOR BUS AND TAXICAB COLLIDE.

MOTOR BUS AND TAXICAB COLLIDE.

A roll i motor ’bus and taxicab in Borough High-strccl. London, yesterday,cauw»d considerable excitement. There was conge.'lion of traffic, and although the drivers both vehicles tried avoid the collision, part of the bonnet of the ’bus struck the taxicab severe glancing blow th
2 August 1913 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England