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SALES BY AUCTION. SALE YARD, WARWICK. THE NEXT SALE will be held on WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of DECEMBER, 1913.

SALES BY AUCTION. SALE YARD, WARWICK. THE NEXT SALE will be held on WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of DECEMBER, 1913.

THE CHRISTMAS SHOW AND SALE, On MONDAY, the 15th day When £45 will be offered in PEIZES for FAT STOCK. JOHN MARGETTS & SONS, AUCTIONEERS. FENNY COMPTON WHARF STOCK SALES. On MONDAY NEXT, NOVEMBEE 30th. FAT SHEEP and LAMBS. 20 FAT BEAST. CALVES and PIGS. Sale at Half-past 2 o'clo
28 November 1913 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
CHEAP ADVERTISING. BEST ADVERTISING. SATISFACTORY ADVERTISING. AT ONCE the Cheapest, the Best, and the most satisfactory Advertising can he obtained

CHEAP ADVERTISING. BEST ADVERTISING. SATISFACTORY ADVERTISING. AT ONCE the Cheapest, the Best, and the most satisfactory Advertising can he obtained

Leamington, Warwick, and District if the COURIER columns are utilised. The Circulation FAR EXCEEDS that of any other Newspaper in the District.
28 November 1913 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
WALIFAX EYRNTITO COU SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT.

WALIFAX EYRNTITO COU SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT.

J. E. J°wm, PIANO, ORGAN. & PLAYER•PIANO EXPERT, 85, PELLONLANE, HALIFAX. FINEST SHOW OF PIANOS IN HALIFAX. New Pianos from £lB £75. Player Pianos, £55 to 75 Guineas. Special Offe r : We supply 6 of a Alanufactnrer's Stock of Overstrung Pianos, 45 Guinea Instruments, at your own
28 November 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
IAY, NOVEMBER 28, RETIREMENT OF HALIFAX HEAD MISTRESS. HISS HELLIWELL'S POPULARITY. Many Presentations. A vary pleasaat gathering assembled at Parkinson-

IAY, NOVEMBER 28, RETIREMENT OF HALIFAX HEAD MISTRESS. HISS HELLIWELL'S POPULARITY. Many Presentations. A vary pleasaat gathering assembled at Parkinson-

I fen* Infanta' School on Thursday afternoon to pep hocoor to Miss 11011i...e11, the retiring head mistress, w h s . shout Xi rusts partook of tea. Members of her present and former staffs t.ombloed to *now their lappreciation of her efforts in the of education, The girls and bo
28 November 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
PROPTI' BY USING TffiS PAPER-3 & R. US.

PROPTI' BY USING TffiS PAPER-3 & R. US.

28 November 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 

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THE BREWERY, HALIFAX. 145 814

THE BREWERY, HALIFAX. 145 814

22 November 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
PARKINSON-LANE V TRINITY.

PARKINSON-LANE V TRINITY.

This interesting game took place on Basile Park. this morning in frosty weather. Trinity won the tow and choose to play with the sun in their faces Parkinson-lane made • strong and Lees toured. After the first goal was scored, Carter ■her a fine dribble, pawed to Foulds, who sco
22 November 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
STORIES OF ILI.TREATMENT DENIED.

STORIES OF ILI.TREATMENT DENIED.

Ins telegram to the Colonial Office, dated Nor. 19. with referenoe to the strike of Indians in Natal. Lord Gladstone explains the arrangements for the oonversion of mine compounds into gaol out-stations owing to inadequate accommodation in the ordinary prisons, and says this ste
22 November 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
PRESTON NEWSAGENT FINED IWO.

PRESTON NEWSAGENT FINED IWO.

Preston to-day fined Richard Dawson, £aiaa sad costs for h is shop for betting purixsiea, aad George Wamdcy and costs for aearsting. LINER RESCUES BROKEN -DOWN STEAMER'S PASSENGERS. Lloyd's state the Gwen Line have re. mired the foliowing hom Durban, dated Nov. 22: The Berra Dom
24 November 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

Joseph Dobson & Sons (Ltd.) have been rag:acted e private company, with c►pital of £5,000. in £1 .bane. to take over the business% and retail mautdacturnis confectoners carried on by Mn.s Harriet Dotron (as executrix of R. 11. Dobson), Mr. W. C. Robson, and Mr. T. J. DoLeon. at
24 November 1913 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England