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BERT SMITH Grocer, Corn and Offal Dealer. Beg. to inform his Customets tit he bsa removed from Beaumood Cr... to

BERT SMITH Grocer, Corn and Offal Dealer. Beg. to inform his Customets tit he bsa removed from Beaumood Cr... to

more contrition. Prembets in Saracen's Head Yard, Market Place. _ Provirions. Groceries. Coto, etc Best Brands .4 .41 kiedapf Bird seed. me MISS BURGESS, Costumier & Ladies' Tailor. 9. BALDERIONGATE. RAS REMOVED To NEW PREMISES OPPOSITE. A Large selection of Patterns of Material
24 March 1917 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY, CASTLEGATE. NO INCREASE IN PRICES. Motto—Small Profits and Civility. Collars, 9d. per dozen. Blankets, 6d. Curtains, 6d. per

IMPERIAL LAUNDRY, CASTLEGATE. NO INCREASE IN PRICES. Motto—Small Profits and Civility. Collars, 9d. per dozen. Blankets, 6d. Curtains, 6d. per

pair. Special Terms for large Households, Hotels.
24 March 1917 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
HERALD.

HERALD.

24 March 1917 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DEATHS. SMITH —On March 2nd, at 34, Bentley %trees, Locassoid, l'uthfer:hod , Jane, belovt mile of Joseph Smith. aid demister

DEATHS. SMITH —On March 2nd, at 34, Bentley %trees, Locassoid, l'uthfer:hod , Jane, belovt mile of Joseph Smith. aid demister

cf the Mr. * P. if Balderton, 64 years. truto—On Match Nth, it IS, Lime Grove, Ntwsik, after a lons patiently borne, Rioter, tbe beloved husband at Jacc freynotas Lon.b, sired 62 years IN MEMORIAM HARDY -In loving momor, if our dear fattier. William Hardy, who died at limps, Mat
24 March 1917 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS Motorists in Newark Hospital

HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS Motorists in Newark Hospital

The Easter week-end once more brought with it the seemingly inevitable trop of road accidents, and mishaps at Newark on Saturday night marred the holiday for at least four people. two of whom have been detained in Newark Hospital suffering from grave injuries. The first occurred
07 April 1934 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
% AND 11.4 LSE.

% AND 11.4 LSE.

Newly half the world's supply of mica fi om Ina. the lemaining half coming la aqua; proportionz from Canada and • rniul States. A piece of this mineral as Inch thick can be split into a thousand pieces. each as thin as the finest tissue paper. used ia the doors of .to Cs t. . h.
07 April 1934 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BARK ER-PT E.

BARK ER-PT E.

A dress of ivory satin crepe was worn by Miss Doris Pye. daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. Pye. of 110. Northgate. Newark. when she was married to Mr. Arthur Barker. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barker. of 35. Northgate. at St Leonard's Church. on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Charles Pye. who
07 April 1934 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CARELESS DRIVING Motorist Who Ran Into Sheep

CARELESS DRIVING Motorist Who Ran Into Sheep

A sastorlat who ern Into a flock at and dragged two beneath his ear. was summand at Newark County Pollee Court on laadanday fo: driving without due care and &Unlike. Thet nt Core Cooper. of It Wensbir:llW Rod. We - nblry. London He was defent , d by Mr R A Young. Nottingham, and
07 April 1934 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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11 0. SELBY and SONS are Itudructed IS. by Econ. of I. S. Neepe. to by Auction. at the "Admiral Rodney" Hotel. Southwell, on THURSDAY NEXT, APRIL 12th. at 1030 am., Bayer. Plate, Class. China, Pictures. Books. Household. Bed and Table Linen, Carpets, Rugs. Crockery and Domestic E
07 April 1934 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
GEORGE MILLS, LTD.

GEORGE MILLS, LTD.

The Man's Shop with a Personal Service DRURY'S Pulmonic Elixir Cures Coughs and Colds like magic. Get a bottle to-day 1/3 mid 31. ' 3 91.41 C- • .' `. AP ...,..N. i ~ . 1 -. N. ' - 0' 41 ' , _ • a isn'twilat is rod they treat nee as if I bad a Rails wins I ran up to The bloom Co
07 April 1934 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England