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LOCAL PATENTS.

LOCAL PATENTS.

I<oral list of patent* printed laat and therefore open for opposition within the ensuing month. Supplied to this paper by W. P. and Co., chartered patent agent*. 8, Lord-etreet, Liverpool T. A. Walker, E. R. Walker and 0. L. Walker. Wigan. Improvements In governing or regulating
22 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
BRITISH TOYS. A NEW TRADE FOR WOMEN,

BRITISH TOYS. A NEW TRADE FOR WOMEN,

One of the new trades for women successfully started by the Women's Emergency Corps is the making fascinating wooden toys on the premises of Old Bedford College. Baker-street, W. Twenty girls ere being taught how to turn out these toy*. Mr. W. A. Wildman. A.R.C.A., hi* supplied
22 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
ENTLEMSN-gEK rjIHESE –

ENTLEMSN-gEK rjIHESE –

rjIHESE - y 750 Pairs Gent BOOTS, various styles, including J)ull Derby Boots, double aolee; Box Calf Lace Boots, smart half-wide welts in the Balmoral Derby otylee; Black Glace Kid Boots with patent caps, and a lot of sligotly imperfect factory olearances. Worth 9/6 to 10/6. ALL
22 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
FARM AND GARDEN PRODUCE.

FARM AND GARDEN PRODUCE.

MANCHESTER (Friday).—Turnips (Washed). 35s to 40s per ton. Carrots (washed). 65s 70s per ton. Onions: Valencian, fis fid 7s fid per case; Antwerp. 4s per bag. HAT AND STRAW. MANCHESTER Friday).—Clover, old 6W. do. new to 53d; straw, oat 23d per stone. POTATOES DONCASTER. Saturda
22 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
of fresh butter —L Mrs. A.

of fresh butter —L Mrs. A.

fresh butter Mrs. A. Kekall. Chester; 2, Mies F. Wright, Haslington: 3, R. Dihrorth. Market Drayton. 3lb. butter made on a bolding not exceeding acres.—l, Miss F. Wnght; 2, Mrs. Cookson; 3, Mrs. Weston, Shawbury. BRITISH TOYS. A NEW TRADE FOR WOMEN. One of the new trades for wome
25 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
THE DAY OF TROUBLE.

THE DAY OF TROUBLE.

The Psalmist goes describe the tnmnlt of that day of overwhelming trouble, when (*od's Kingdom will established, saying of the sea that will swallow the mountains, "The waters thereof roar and and troubled; the mountains shake with the swellings thereof/' It is probably true tha
25 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
THE WAR. No Increase

THE WAR. No Increase

IN THE
25 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
LIEUTENANT MATTERBON

LIEUTENANT MATTERBON

A letter has been received Mrs. Cuthbert Mattereon, of Chester, from Lieutenant C. A. K. Matterson, the Cheehire Regiment, dated August 27th, saving that he had been captured, and is well. previously had been reported miming. The letter was posted in Belgium three days before re
25 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
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• \ WEDNESDAY o» Pswaid, I*. 18. Bi Poo bATUBDA Y. i CUOIT, Is. 4d. is. 7d. Psa is. 10d. JQcasthl FRID ESTABLISHED 1863.
25 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
JJANCING, CALISTHENICS A FENCING. MISS OLGA M. HUGHES Will Resume her CHILDREN CLASSES In the HALL at Back of No.

JJANCING, CALISTHENICS A FENCING. MISS OLGA M. HUGHES Will Resume her CHILDREN CLASSES In the HALL at Back of No.

13. WILSON PATTEN- BTREET (Sil© Entrance), On WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7th. 2.30 for little ones and 6 p.m. for older pupile.
25 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England