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" Lon Al "

Orepe de Chine. This is a smart, new,! material, quite a changel from the plain Crepe del Chine, but a good useful! fabric suitable for Girlel or ladies' Dresses. Atl l/9} per yard it is exeeptional value. Black Dr•ss Goods. I have $ large variety: from per yard.; double width.
27 April 1906 - Batley News - Batley, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL SHARE LIST P. W. BRNT LE CO. Leas.

LOCAL SHARE LIST P. W. BRNT LE CO. Leas.

27 April 1906 - Batley News - Batley, Yorkshire, England
 
Deaths.

Deaths.

BATLEY. 1100 E —On the 'l3rd au t., aged 61 8. ys. Martha. wife of Fred Brook. New Terrace . LYDON —On th. I.3rd lost aged 64 Vars. Nary I l ldnn, t 2, Cobden Street. JACKSON —On the J 34th ins t., aged 79 months, Henry. ohn Jackson. . Cobden Street. 0 BRIIIN.—On the 24th inst..
27 April 1906 - Batley News - Batley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE EDUCATION BILL.

THE EDUCATION BILL.

Opposition in the Wakefield Diocese A meeting ci the governing body of the Wakefield Diocesan of Church Schools was heid at Wakefield on Tuesday. the Bishop of Wakefield (Dr. Eden) preading. The matter of the Education Bill was introduced by the Bishop and Arolidemon Brooke, and
27 April 1906 - Batley News - Batley, Yorkshire, England
 
MEMii

MEMii

27 April 1906 - Batley News - Batley, Yorkshire, England
 
The Hippodrome Site Purchase.

The Hippodrome Site Purchase.

Str,—As a ratepayw of Dewsbury I cannot help thinking, after readout Alderman Reuse's le ter, that it a pity the pros and eons of the ohole improvement F•rbeme were not diticussed pubfielv in oouncil•ro that the burgeoes might have bad both sties of the question. Unless some mem
27 April 1906 - Batley News - Batley, Yorkshire, England
 
11" Mer i 9r 1

11" Mer i 9r 1

27 April 1906 - Batley News - Batley, Yorkshire, England
 
EADE'S PILLS.

EADE'S PILLS.

E"E's 411 suffer from Pout Rheumatiem EADE*B PILL should irnmsdi•tely have recourse to E ADE'S EADE'S VILLA Inn. dreds of testimonials DILL. have been received from all sorts and eon pate dittoed of men. testifying to the wonderful ELBE'S vowel., these Pills have in relief the v
27 April 1906 - Batley News - Batley, Yorkshire, England
 
Presentation of the Cup

Presentation of the Cup

At the croft of the match the Heavy Woollen oup was presented to the winners by Mr. J. Newsome (President of the League). Mr. Newsome complimented Birstall on their fine display, and was pleased that. the best team had won. He referred to the work the LeWOO had done in this dist
27 April 1906 - Batley News - Batley, Yorkshire, England