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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS

M. J.—The concrete floor if certainly for preventing rats burrowing into the house, but it is too cold and unyielding to the birds’ feet unless covered with six eight inches of peat moss litter, ashes, dry earth. This need not renewed more than once every six months, if the drop
4 October 1913 - Beverley and East Riding Recorder - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
WIPES DYING CURSE.

WIPES DYING CURSE.

What was described by Coroner as **a torribio letter” was read at the inquest at Fulham on Tuesday oa Elsa Owens, Swiss, who poisoned herself with coal gas. The letter was as follows: After paying for my funeral, if you find there is anything left, please let it to ray baby. hus
4 October 1913 - Beverley and East Riding Recorder - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
FATAL QUARREL

FATAL QUARREL

TUAGEDY IN EAST-LND A dock labourer named Charles Johnson, aged forty, who for past eighteen months had lived at common house in Bt. AnncVstrect, dud on Monday night from a severe wound the neck alleged havo been inflicted in the coarse of a quarrel fellow-lodger. The dispute ar
4 October 1913 - Beverley and East Riding Recorder - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
TO OCR READERS

TO OCR READERS

All Notice# must be properly Muthenticated by the name and add re** of the sender, otherw i*o they will not be in*orted. lotice* of Marriage* or Death* ahould be forwarded direct to the ReconUr and Office, a* under new Oovernment regulation these are not now supplied to ua ( a*
4 October 1913 - Beverley and East Riding Recorder - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
Krpdso Bkaxs ron Warm.

Krpdso Bkaxs ron Warm.

To beans, take clean, dry jars, put in a layer oi salt, then a layer of beans, carefully wiped with dry cloth, a layer of salt and beans until the jars are filled, then tie or paste down securely. When required for use, wash them, and throw into boiling water with one lump of su
4 October 1913 - Beverley and East Riding Recorder - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE OYCUE OF THE CENTURY. - - e DIBKCTFKOM FACTORY TO RIDER Kit Alt KKTIf ntoriT*. B-V (Beit-Vftlnt) Bicycle the

THE OYCUE OF THE CENTURY. - - e DIBKCTFKOM FACTORY TO RIDER Kit Alt KKTIf ntoriT*. B-V (Beit-Vftlnt) Bicycle the

U«t word In cycle custtnctiea, and it made of all iteel by Britiib workmen In Britltk factory. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING to tend for Free CataUfto No. S 4 to the B-V CYCLE Co.. Ltd.. COVENTRY.
4 October 1913 - Beverley and East Riding Recorder - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
CALL & INSPECT OUR LARGE STOCK

CALL & INSPECT OUR LARGE STOCK

ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
1 October 1913 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
REPAIRS. WHORLOW,

REPAIRS. WHORLOW,

Largest Removal Contractor In the District Pantechnicon, Lift or Covered Spring Vans. Experieoced Packers. Conreyanoe by Horae or Steam Power.
1 October 1913 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
Local Insmance District. | OTHER MEN’S MMDS.

Local Insmance District. | OTHER MEN’S MMDS.

TUEATM'KT OF DEPENDENTS At meeting of the sixth Local Dutnet Insurance Committee in connection with the West Suffolk Count Insurance Committee, held the Town Hall,Sudbury, on Thursday evening, Mr. C. Hitchcock (Bures) presiding. the Clerk (Dr. D. Carruthers) gars some explanatio
1 October 1913 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
Buried Alive.

Buried Alive.

At an inquest on Monday oo D-*vid Banaoo Paw eon. afed 18. a Nr man ton pony driver, killed Altofta on .'Saturday, 1 buuia* Newmao, deputy, eaid awiatcd lb- to three loaded tabs which went off raile. Deceaeid etc pped clear some üba'raetioo from tba rail* suable him to tba tab*.
1 October 1913 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England