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TSB OOURDIR SATURDAY OCTOBRR 24, 1902

TSB OOURDIR SATURDAY OCTOBRR 24, 1902

Brewood Whispers. The Chairman of thn Bruwuod Parish Coen has bad conferred upon him rather a distinguished bower. A week or two ago tile. County Council appo►nted a Pensions Committee. This Committee was divided ;nto lour sub=mittens. County was also divided into four dia. This
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
FROM A (SIPPLE TO AN ABLE MAN.

FROM A (SIPPLE TO AN ABLE MAN.

Your medicine has saved my life--saved me. indeed. from what was worse than death—s constitution fighting. year after year, against a hideous, deforming disease—a disease which robbed me of my po►er to earn my awn living and ran away with all my eavinge—a disease that made me an
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
DEATH OF FATHER IGNA

DEATH OF FATHER IGNA

TIUS. The Rev. Joseph Leycester l.yne, better known by his more picturesque title of "Father Ignatius, 0.5.8., the Monk of Llantliony," died at Dharjeeling. near Camberley, the residence of his sister, Mrs. Drawbridge. Father Ignatius only arrived there from Sheringhs.m, Norfolk,
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
CYCLE DEPARTMENT

CYCLE DEPARTMENT

Zola Agent for 'Sunbeams', Premiers •Viators'. •Olympics', & &c. DOME PEOPLE WEAR BOOTS at 6/6 to 7/6 WHEN PT WOULD PAY THEM BETI'XII TO GIVE 12'6(1. SO WITH THOSE WHO RIDE BICYCLES at t Gs. to 7 Ga. WHEN THEY SHOULD PAY 10 Cs. to 12 Go., THEY DESIRE TO SAVE MONEY, AND HAVE COMF
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
EsPECTALLY DT WARM WEATHER,

EsPECTALLY DT WARM WEATHER,

Q 1: IX TO THE EFFECTS LLIRSON'S NIT POMADE Which is souk' in 3c; (post 4d) tins, sad made only by CfIAItLES ELLISSONS rAF.MIST. ES FORD . Thin pomade is a d6lightful preparation 'r 4.h0 ham and is just like ordinary pomades
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 

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SZPIENIZE RICORD.

SZPIENIZE RICORD.

RICORD. According to the Board of Trade memorandum, employment in September was, on the whole, not so good as in August. There was a decline in the building, engineering, and shipbuilding trades, but some improvement was noticeable in the pig-iron and tinplate industries, and in
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
SIX MONTHS 111.0,11.2.05TE5.

SIX MONTHS 111.0,11.2.05TE5.

Francis Boniton. for the past 16 years truste of the Marquess of Londonderry Lodge of the Manchester Unity of Oddfsllows, was at Sunderland sentenced to six mouths' imprisonment in the second division on (+urges of forgery. There were defalcations of £468. The magistrate said th
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
AT THE PABISH (ITTI'ReCH.

AT THE PABISH (ITTI'ReCH.

AT THE PABISH On Sunday services were held in the Parish Cliureh. I n the morning the church was well attended, and in the afternoon the Vicar de- Ikered an atklrces to men only. It was an address that reminded one of Auld Lang Syne a4.irit thrown into it and there was both instr
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
CAUSES OF INSANITY.

CAUSES OF INSANITY.

In their annual report on lunacy in Irelaud, Mr. G. P. O'Farrell and Mr. E. M. Courtcnay, inspectors of lunatics, state that ninny causes of insanity of which we now know nothing may ye t be brought to light, and new theories are likely to be propounded which may, perhaps. after
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
ONCERT

ONCERT

ON THURSDAY, NOV. 981 h, 1908, lan tee DRILL Particulars Later. J. H. CORFIELD, Sec. LEONARD C. PECLPOT. MIDLAND BANK OH AM BEM . THE BRTDGE, WIALS ALL A UII'IONER, HOTEL & PUBLIC TIOUSE VALUER. ESTATE & GENERAL AGENT. IP M. A. MARSHALL. de awl. MONDAY. 2nd NOVEMBKR 1908. AT 12
24 October 1908 - Cannock Chase Courier - Cannock, Staffordshire, England