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ITWC ROAD ORAMRV RTDRII OOSPORT. New Flannels. New Underwear. Just —3,000 yard* Flannelett* from 2fd. Eztcoaioo of rrnmiatr and Extra

ITWC ROAD ORAMRV RTDRII OOSPORT. New Flannels. New Underwear. Just —3,000 yard* Flannelett* from 2fd. Eztcoaioo of rrnmiatr and Extra

Stock. W. Slk-VCR. Proprietor. RATS AND RDM. C. E. KENT. Chemist, sis. forton road, oorfort, made etety el the etl«ata the for w.r ••»T ▼**», pr» , jwr«d to finpply OMdieiDDD foe «U ordinary l* 0* P-rockbDr«t. Ilaa. loffiport rummy. painlud demtidtht And own make Artifleinl Dent
26 December 1913 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
OLD ARTIFICIAL BOUWIT. 6d. pet tooth pinned on vulcanite, Is. 6d. on 3a. on soli, 3s. 6d. on platinum; strictly

OLD ARTIFICIAL BOUWIT. 6d. pet tooth pinned on vulcanite, Is. 6d. on 3a. on soli, 3s. 6d. on platinum; strictly

genuine. Satisfaction guaranteed, or wide returned.-8. Casa (Dept. 466), 69., Uasket. liaaahaaller.
26 December 1913 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
•RD BAGATELLE a Now hand;

•RD BAGATELLE a Now hand;

- • RILLIAs, , TABLES 1., aed Ilecend-band Tables always ea convertible 10 sad D Write fur Idwerde. Lli. -road, N.B. TeL Central. Your. . . Xmas . . Sausage.
26 December 1913 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
LIBERTY AND ORDER

LIBERTY AND ORDER

There is nothing by which we have gained the respect of the world perhaps as mach as this, that we hare been the first nation that ever ehowed how liberty and order could walk hand in hand. It nould be a lose to the world, as well a. a mark of our decline from a standard set by
26 December 1913 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
Fos lionzams.

Fos lionzams.

Many hostesses fail in organising parties. They start by being too ambitious and trying to crowd too many people into their small rooms. No one can dance comfortably in a crowd. What matter if the dance for your young people is to be a much smaller affair than the dance given by
26 December 1913 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
476 YEARS BETWEEN SIX SISTERS.

476 YEARS BETWEEN SIX SISTERS.

The joint ages of a family of siz sisters Laments, living in a little village near Autun, France, total 475 years. Lazaretto is eighty-five, Marie eighty-three, Marie Lazaretto seventy-eight, Etiennette and Jeanne, twins, seventy-seven, and Antoinette seventy-five. They are all
26 December 1913 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
BIBLE STUDIES

BIBLE STUDIES

(Au Ram Ranavia.] sr PASTOR RUSSELL. - "CHOOSE YE THIS DAY."
26 December 1913 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
ERRORS WHICH LEO TO FORM

ERRORS WHICH LEO TO FORM

"Errors which led to fortune make an tiatere-ding neord. slhero :- beautiful tortilla known am the Vietiu course, there is no Clan Victoria- in • at least. How rank' the title? A I; manufacturer hail his instructions stood, and he looked at the t.: being woven on the loom, he sa
26 December 1913 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
THE ORATIONS AT CLIFTON SCHOOL. Public Meeting.

THE ORATIONS AT CLIFTON SCHOOL. Public Meeting.

A public meeting hekl in the School. on Friday evening, to which all parishioners aml owners of property in the parish iovit.ti to the bees way ill which to raise the money required to meet the demands of 'lie education authorities. In order to prepare the way for the meeting, a
26 December 1913 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
THE CHARM OF SLEEP.

THE CHARM OF SLEEP.

Omle, gentle skep, darkest amides are - ; The lark long since aonght ho.r downy nest. ivied nooks, strange birds are weirdly calling, toine, gentle sleep, and cluirui iny soul rest. Soon the fair moon, with silvery radiance bowman. Shads nature's a calm; et the peaceful night ar
26 December 1913 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England