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T. G. BURRELL, UNION HALL, BUILDINGS, CHESTER. Best Value in HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY. WHITE AND COLOURED TURKISH TOWELS, 44d., , 1.-,

T. G. BURRELL, UNION HALL, BUILDINGS, CHESTER. Best Value in HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY. WHITE AND COLOURED TURKISH TOWELS, 44d., , 1.-,

1 . 3, and 1 11 each. LINEN HUCKABACK TOWELS, 611, 1 6. awl each. ROLLER TOWELLING by the yard. LINEN or TURKISH, 3d., 3}d., *L. 04d.. 741 per yard. TEA-TOWELLING and GLASS-CLOTHS, 41d., Old„ 71d. per yard. UNBLEACHED TABLECLOTHS, 11 yards 84111 are. 1.44. 1/64. 1, 111. 2 26. 21
11 October 1913 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
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11 October 1913 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
PIANOS_

PIANOS_

Qualified Timers Sent to all Parts. W 39, Victoria St., Crewe. APOLOGY I. h to who had wart r.py Mr. klet • of the U. &iambi for hawing bier. 'act than .at float ter wit are now rawly to deal with !artier Riga of writes to har are quite that glasses Ire • vet aside hleaung as fe
11 October 1913 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
A grand builder – up.

A grand builder – up.

A grand builder - up. If building up meant solely the formation of fatty tissue many preparations could claim to be equal to But, if building up means the strengthening and developing of every part of the body —no preparation can justly claim such a long and world-wide record as
11 October 1913 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
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THREE NICE THINGS for the TABLE I—Nice New Laid Eggs for Breakfast 2—A Bit el Heine Caned Han for Dhow 3—Aad Lovely Landon ler Tea. GEO. HANG 74, HIGH ROAD, BEESTON
11 October 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 

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11 October 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE UTILITY OF STRIKES.

THE UTILITY OF STRIKES.

The annual conference of the Miners' Federation is always of some interest to this locality, inasmuch that no sm a ll quota the three-quarters of a million members is drawn from the districts covered by this journal. Scarborough was the venue this year, and, as expected, it has
11 October 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
IIANIIIIID•lr--*•11TTZ AID RAN

IIANIIIIID•lr--*•11TTZ AID RAN

AID RAN Iteeston Commit., WHAT HAPPENED AT THE MEETING. EXCITED MOMENTS. As hinted in our last issue, there were some excited moments at the last meeting of the Beeston Urban District Council, and it does not need much local knowledge to guess that they all arose out of the recen
11 October 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
=dito City improvements, present Premises are corning down During n g , we are fielding a MARVELLOUS SALE OF ALL

=dito City improvements, present Premises are corning down During n g , we are fielding a MARVELLOUS SALE OF ALL

DRAPERS GOOD • S. AU ear SRedsced.HEETS, BLANKETS, QUILTS, etc., are CRAVEN'S REBUILDING GOOSE GATE. GOOSE GATE. SALE No 35. No. 34 and Damask Table Cloths. Isug ls. to each. 1 Pairs of our Twill b eets. -441. to 6s. per pair. 1N ,499 Pairs of 50..!/., 75.. es. and Its. per pair
11 October 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England
 
HOME-MADE BREAD. JUST Try a Loaf of my Bread. You are wire to LIKE it. Customers tell me it is

HOME-MADE BREAD. JUST Try a Loaf of my Bread. You are wire to LIKE it. Customers tell me it is

just like MOTHER used to MAKE. M RS. POPE 7S. ()LAWN'S ROAD. BEESTON. Fancy Cakes & Pastnes Made to Order. Brown Bread a Speciality.
11 October 1913 - Beeston Gazette and Echo - Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England