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ADVICE—BE CAREFUL WHERE YOC BORROW. DEAL ENGLISH FIRM. OCR SPECIALITIES ARE:— 1 The foil amount advanced. 5. intenet. 2 dealings.

ADVICE—BE CAREFUL WHERE YOC BORROW. DEAL ENGLISH FIRM. OCR SPECIALITIES ARE:— 1 The foil amount advanced. 5. intenet. 2 dealings.

■ 6. Prompt Advance*. EMIT Kc-paymenU. I 7. Strict Privacy. 4. hoi-dsmen 8. D.i'-. ire no object. Loans from 4 per rent upon Shares under Wills, Legacies-. Life Policies, etc ARTHUR a.ia. ia. EAST PARADE T.v.r.n* (Telephone 3788.1 > ADVANCED oa and (Sbac xaclu«: toll ♦'l #alue:
29 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
llor£K& Etc., WANTED.

llor£K& Etc., WANTED.

Etc., WANTED. r.- * rrotu*. k t'lin orvtilu; icro.itvl • » . * . a., bedrooms, good d.ctrut "-1. ' . • ■ . • * 30 11». i». . mm* ' *» lane dvsM.r*. ir- Etrning P««t, & APARTMKNT CWMH.tED ROOM • M . . . > notu: .'tiiial; t« h.m. :*t- —loi, B.Tr Vue lt.«*i. Alll.l. PART and fill .r
29 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AOENT3. TRAVELLERS CDM MISSIONS

AOENT3. TRAVELLERS CDM MISSIONS

AGENT* CENT*. MOSEY. MOXBg. MOSEY. ABAOI.UTFJ.V RANG IN FRONT PATRIOTIC OIRISTiIA.S IAKUB. WESTMINSTER" B»Hea.* BriUsb British AA'ritaa. British Agei.u need apply. 100 PATRIOTIC CARDS SELECT FROM BODKa FREF. d Cotnmwaion. .n the field. r.M to-day .—Lea and Co. We»tnumt«r Work#.
29 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TROUSERS MACHINISTS. JACKET FINISHERS, TROUSERS FINISHERS.

TROUSERS MACHINISTS. JACKET FINISHERS, TROUSERS FINISHERS.

For Government Work. ALBION (LTD 1 . CAMP ROAD HDLESALE CLOTHING.—Wanted, good BUTTONHOLE HAND lor Siuger machine—Phi llipsou and Co., ALI. OLD HANDS who made Khak. Jackets and Trousers XX for during the Boer War will be specially welcomed Aitv - fit and Factory. ftnrroaiit.ift.
29 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
30, MARKET STREET, BRADFORD

30, MARKET STREET, BRADFORD

(opposite Geo. Wilson & Sons, Confectioners). POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK
29 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
REVIVING PARIS

REVIVING PARIS

Though it conceivable that a and unfavourable turn of events might again place Pari* in jeopardy, the town (say* " Tit® Times"! gradually resuming something of it® old aspect. There are theatres, it is true, no music hall*. Some of the old restaurant*, time-honoured landmarks Pa
29 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NO BETTER IN 1870.

NO BETTER IN 1870.

CERMANS WHO ROBBED THE DEAD AND KILLED THE WOUNDED. To the Editor of the Yorkshire Evening Post Sir.—l was pleased see Mr. letter. Several letters have appeared stating thai the Germans were 4 * models of propriety during the 1870 campaign. The Germans were bettor in than they a
29 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
more Velma REGO. is coming On the outbreak of war the Swiss Army was immediately mobilised and embargo placed upon

more Velma REGO. is coming On the outbreak of war the Swiss Army was immediately mobilised and embargo placed upon

the exf>ort of allfood. As a result the supplies of Sue hard 1 s chocolate for Great Britain were stopped. IVc have now received permission from the Swiss Government, to recommence shipping to England. Overland routes are closed but, thanks to the British Fleet, Velma is coming
29 September 1914 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ILFRACOMBE FATALITY

ILFRACOMBE FATALITY

Labourer Knocked Down by a Motor Car William Street, labourer, who was knocked down by motor-car at Ilfracombe on Fridayevening, and expired later, was the subject of inquest held on Saturday by Dr. Pearson, Deputy Coroner. The evidence went to show that the deceased was in the
29 September 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The Agricultural Organization Society

The Agricultural Organization Society

The annual report of the Agricultural Organisation Society for the.year ended ' 'f 51st. 1914. shows how rapidly the agricultural co-operative movement is developing in country. The Agricultural Org.- Society is a purely propagandist body exists for the purpose of advocating the
29 September 1914 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England