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1856 to 1916.

08 February 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MAI BECOME A TEACIIER OF THE BLIND.

MAI BECOME A TEACIIER OF THE BLIND.

BECOME A TEACIIER OF THE BLIND. Although no definite etatement cao be made, until the whole question has been pee into, it a certain that the Lincoln Education Oommittee wall do everythieg in their power to Nowt Lee.-Corp. bumn&. sis ret irted in last week's hes lost hie eyesight
18 January 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FATALITY ON THE HAILWAP. STRANGER'S MYSTERIOUS DEATH.

FATALITY ON THE HAILWAP. STRANGER'S MYSTERIOUS DEATH.

letsJare Considerable inysetery surrounds a tataltt7 whieli occurred 011 tho Great Northern Rai'- wax at Iteitford. Suntitty flaw/ling. A pluboktyer stunted' John 11111, of Iligh.setnseet, going duty at 7.30. 4ho &tad body of n lying on the just beyond Fatten creasing. In tleszt
18 January 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
IL JANE. VIII SFIERWOODS.

IL JANE. VIII SFIERWOODS.

"I was very thankful to remove your Naos! aa thay aro just the things that aro noisleil too*. WV are having a lot of wet and should Nkc snow if only for a chanae."
18 January 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE SPOTLESS ROBE OF CHRIFTS RIGHTEOUSNESS HER WEDDING GARMENT.

THE SPOTLESS ROBE OF CHRIFTS RIGHTEOUSNESS HER WEDDING GARMENT.

The Church a Virgin, Espoused to the King's Son—Called From Her Father Adam's House —How She is Made Fit for Her Bridegroom —lsaac and Rebecca Types —How Spits are Removed from the Bridal Robe—Some Called, but Fail to Make Their Election Sure—The Testing Day Now Upon Us. Our ser
18 January 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
'WTI% for Young Chil4lre . . WEDNESDAY. J INUARY 11.93111, 1916. Miss Harvey, • 1.2113, COBWELL ROAD, RETFORD.

'WTI% for Young Chil4lre . . WEDNESDAY. J INUARY 11.93111, 1916. Miss Harvey, • 1.2113, COBWELL ROAD, RETFORD.

18 January 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
PITIII.IC NOTICES TO FARMERS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS. SPECIAL NOTICE TO STARRED AND UNSTARRED MEN. Any Farmer or Agricultural Labourer donning

PITIII.IC NOTICES TO FARMERS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS. SPECIAL NOTICE TO STARRED AND UNSTARRED MEN. Any Farmer or Agricultural Labourer donning

information respeobing marred and onstarred men should apply at once to any of the foLlowing Membeni of the Looal War Agricukural Committee, viz. • Mesere. J. PARK, Hendon Manor. F. T. PARKIN, Serlby. E. SMITH, Gringley. W. 11. MASON. Morton Hall. W. ANTCLIFF, Merbtersey, T. W.
18 January 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Ect )XOIIY.

Ect )XOIIY.

Mr. E. Sini'h t the ltural Counl on Saturday introduced a innovation in the saving of ninth money and useless labour during war time. Ile proposed that three typewritten copies of the Medical Officer's report be maile in future instead of 414• i•laborate!y jointed book which eac
30 May 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
PROVISIONS.

PROVISIONS.

GAINSBORO', Tueeday.—Eggs, 8 or 9 for le.• farmers butter. l. Id. to Is. 2d. WedneKlay.—Butter, 10d. to Id. per lb, (wholesale); egg:, 11 for Is. (wholegale LeNCOLN. Friday.—Butter. Is. to la. 2d. per lb.; eggs, 8 and 9 for live fowls, 6s. to 7e.; dreseed fowls, 6d. to 84. per c
30 May 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Sir was granted. BAKER'S APPLICATION H HWC Charles Thacker applied for the of WaVer Thacker, a baker. Ile stated that

Sir was granted. BAKER'S APPLICATION H HWC Charles Thacker applied for the of WaVer Thacker, a baker. Ile stated that

the firm was engaged in a subcontract for the :Army. He regarded his son's services as indispensable. They 'baking 1,800 loaves a week for the military. The Chairman (Mr. Huntsman , : Have you anything to say in this case? Mr. Huntsman: No. The Chairman: I wish you wouLl say som
30 May 1916 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England