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LOST. Black and Tm AIREDALE c* r-5>, t0 Mick."—Will ftndiaf pleiM ANYWHERE. BROOCH !toneehoe. bugle whip ANY LINE. Clo»f- L>«w*biirv » i ANY CLASS, s tIUUF.R. deformed front _?P. H.uAry frtrtct. I CabtHk* tnnirf «l «* H 0 3 • 80N -
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
D WELLIN G-HOUSBS.

D WELLIN G-HOUSBS.

D G-HOUSBS. mo LET. fine HOUSES, new. flfcartmlmry X Avevne, and drawing mm, ball. biUiard-tnom, 4 taeooOi. bath roan, motor electno light; rem gJ3.—Apply FleUAer, Plumber, The Pamde. Street Lane.
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A BATCH OF GOOD STORIES, JUDICIAL JOKE AND EFFECTIVE

A BATCH OF GOOD STORIES, JUDICIAL JOKE AND EFFECTIVE

RETORT. Within the volume juet publiehed, end entitled "Lew end UujhUsr." D. Mecleod Mulloch end George A. Morton heve brought together a number of good stories that smack the law courts. Mr. Justice Hawkins, whose name not yet forgotten in Yorkshire, the cenirel figure in the d
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OTHER COUNTRIES.

OTHER COUNTRIES.

In h» Advent message to the Roman Catholic® the West Riding, the Bishop Leeds (Dr. J. R. compare* the position of Catholics England with that in uncalled Catholic countries, and rejoices in the greater liberty enjoy ad here. "One the object* our viait Rome," he " was that might
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
1 Household Economy. | l'; How Have the Boot Consh 4 Sirop and Save If- ♦ at Home. Cough medicines,

1 Household Economy. | l'; How Have the Boot Consh 4 Sirop and Save If- ♦ at Home. Cough medicines,

is & rule, contain large quantity of plain syrup. If you tako one and a half breakfast -ups of granulated sugar, add one breakfast cup warm water and stir about two minutes, you have as good syrup as money oould buy. If you then put ounces Piaex (oosting about 9a.) a bottle, and
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ALL oOOOd ARE SOLD FOR CASH.

ALL oOOOd ARE SOLD FOR CASH.

PA* RENTS. ALL CASH PRICES LINO fid. par yard Pittad ire " ,L ® LINOLECM. La 3d. par yard. Laid km. 71. NEW BRIGGATE. LEEDS scire. ***** io*. * WELL'S, 6-i M a«ui« o»«c to* CARFE7.S iq «n tfoco SO*, CAKFLIfe. ui All Irom 17*. lid. «iek. CUPCTi 10 from 10*. id. **c£. BLACK SKIN t
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
STORIES OF UNPLEASANT SCENES.

STORIES OF UNPLEASANT SCENES.

What occurred only hinted at: but there are painful stories unpleasant scenes which had sordid foundation very far removed from what one would expect in connection with the family. Evan baa sent money his mother; and is suggested that if the father hod gone Leicester alone might
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LADY'S WORLD FANCY WORK BOOK

THE LADY'S WORLD FANCY WORK BOOK

pages Editorial Matter. Fully Illustrated. Price 3d. Poet 4id. Our specialities fa) this number embrace the moat UP-TO-DATE WOOLLEN GARMENTS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. Elegant and unique studies in crochet work, wide crochet insertions, dainty designs for tea-eietb tones end laoea
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE OO6TEW OBATOB.

THE OO6TEW OBATOB.

THE The man who impressed Mr. Winston Churchill orator when speaking for cos tors presentation to the First Lord the Admiralty and the Home Secretary Mr. John R. Raphael, hon. secretary costers' union. Our Jack." and "Brother Jack," as known among the barrow people all grades in
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BCRMALINE. BZ3T lIKOWN BREAD.—Ad,T.

BCRMALINE. BZ3T lIKOWN BREAD.—Ad,T.

BCRMALINE. BREAD.—Ad,T. -ca XT" BEST OIAWEB OBOWb—AdfS.
1 December 1913 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England