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4 September 1914 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
A SPECIALITY:

A SPECIALITY:

See Whitaker's Jewellery Window FOR THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTILENT OF USEFUL AND ORN A SIE-NTAL A RTIC2MS SVIT.ABLE FOR WEDDING PRESENTS, Erre. Blankets, Quilts, Sheets, Shawls, Table Covers,
5 September 1914 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
I'. lan Cartons foots were Edlington, on Monday. • workman at the body was discovered ipit on Satarady Frost lived

I'. lan Cartons foots were Edlington, on Monday. • workman at the body was discovered ipit on Satarady Frost lived

at ■ant by a deputy . bat did not 'return. searohtng the pit, road, which wa at organised by the n. search, and two of t, deceased's body being by means of a chain. considerable time a and deceased's- son, rompreesed air engine, saw the fence which order to prove whet' off the i
5 September 1914 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
TF:i:E. MINERAL WATERS

TF:i:E. MINERAL WATERS

MINERAL WATERS DRY GINGER ALE, HO' from th, WORTHINGTON, BASS and GUINNESS BURTON ALE, DOUBLE SIX Phone 32 Mexboro'.] 2/6 PEB DOZ. LARGE BOTTLES. UlNumrs 10P BITTERS and STONE POP ie I NTOI
5 September 1914 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL WAR ITEIS. LOCAL. Eons. Recruiting for Lord Kitchsaer's Army has besa carried on at a remarkable rate in this

LOCAL WAR ITEIS. LOCAL. Eons. Recruiting for Lord Kitchsaer's Army has besa carried on at a remarkable rate in this

district darn( the pout few dye. Upon the recruiting °Sera has been gnat that they t eemed t o be ton* The Ileaboro' Education have, however. kindly paced two the clmeroome of the Main Street tie of wire recruiting will le dealt Two Wombwell Seldom Killed. Latter from a Ilia "Sh
5 September 1914 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
Do you sutler with Corns ? IF SO, TRY SINCLAIR'S Cora II Wart Salve This ix the eared thing on

Do you sutler with Corns ? IF SO, TRY SINCLAIR'S Cora II Wart Salve This ix the eared thing on

earth for tho peiTnanent oar* of hard or Soft Corns and Wart It soothes while you Ire it and gets to th• root of the evil, Supenor to all the old-fashioned remedies. PRICE 70. PER IRK. Sent Post Free. NUPE ADDRESS: D. M. SINCLAIR,N.p.s. Dispensing Chemist, 1, Market St, & Doncas
5 September 1914 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
The B.B•C•S• Ltd., Bags, Trunks, Suit Cases. Dress Trunks. Commercial Bags. Overland Trunks. Wood Trunks. Hat Boxes. Attache Cases. Kit

The B.B•C•S• Ltd., Bags, Trunks, Suit Cases. Dress Trunks. Commercial Bags. Overland Trunks. Wood Trunks. Hat Boxes. Attache Cases. Kit

Bags. School Satchels. Hold Ails. Gladstone Bags. Willow Hampers. Brief Bags. Dress Baskets. Cane Hampers. Square Bags. Cabin Trunks. Japanese Hampers. Parcel Straps. And Evoryttung to oonvenbenee comfort when traveihns. Market Street, Barnsley.
5 September 1914 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
ROBINSON„ DUNN & CO., L' TIMBER IMPORTERS,

ROBINSON„ DUNN & CO., L' TIMBER IMPORTERS,

ROBINSON„ DUNN & CO., L ' TIMBER IMPORTERS, Saw Mills and Temple Saw Mills, GLASGOW. Timber Preserving Works. Creosoting and " 8.M." Processes. Importers of all kinds of Thither for Hoese-belldlag, Ship-building and I Seasoned Stocks of Deck Planks, Deals, Battens and Bawds, w 00
1 September 1914 - Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WHARG W F R 4 o GLASGOW. '!ITT I I I

WHARG W F R 4 o GLASGOW. '!ITT I I I

1 September 1914 - Clyde Bill of Entry and Shipping List - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
KING & COUNTRY NEED YOU !

KING & COUNTRY NEED YOU !

By HERBERT MORRISON, Your King and Country Need You! Ah ! Men of the Country, you are remembered. Neither the King, nor the Country, nor the picture papers had really forgotten you. When your master tried to cut your wages down—did you think he knew of your beautiful brave heart
3 September 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England