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t t 1 -441' Send P.O. 2/6, and we will forward you • genuine OSTRICH FEATHER Or P.O. 4/11, post

t t 1 -441' Send P.O. 2/6, and we will forward you • genuine OSTRICH FEATHER Or P.O. 4/11, post

tree, tot a magnificent NECKLET, 26 In. long. White, or any colour, beautifully curled, with fashionable Tassels. THE OSTRICH FEATHRR CO., 14, Harleyford Road, Vauxhall, Loudon, S.Z. l a • V I , : • . . , g . • .1 • • .1 • , . V i •
29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
Milk Wanted.

Milk Wanted.

29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
WEDDING AT STANTON-BY. BRIDGE.

WEDDING AT STANTON-BY. BRIDGE.

A: ;4w:ton-by-Bridge, on Ih'edneeday afternoon, Oct. 20th, Miss Evelyn Bird, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bird, of Hollow Farm, Stanton.lay-Bridge, was married to Mr. Rovland Edward Ordish, youngew son of Mr. John Ordish, of Bwarkeestone. The rector (Rev. F. A. Minty,
29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
FUNERAL OP THE LATE SIR PETER WALSER*, BART. [Photo., H. Hinge, Ashbourne.l

FUNERAL OP THE LATE SIR PETER WALSER*, BART. [Photo., H. Hinge, Ashbourne.l

Highan (representing the Seainen's Orphanage, Liverpool), Mr. J. W. Ford (representing Derby Recreation Company), the Rev. J. C. Wilson, the Rev. A. G. Metcalfe, Mr. T. H. L. Duckworth, Mr. R. Beardmore, Mr. T. Goodall, Mr. A. A. Watkinson, Aid. Bennett and Mr. Hayes (representi
29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
OTHER MEN'S MINDS,

OTHER MEN'S MINDS,

have more men and at once. lEncimwzi.
29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
A BOIT ANARTIL

A BOIT ANARTIL

I tramp approached the house, rapped on the back door, and when the lady appeared, began to clear his throat preparatory to telling hia hard luck story. "Oct away from here," said the woman. "I never feed professional tramps." "But. madam, I am not • professional tramp," said th
29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
ASHBOURNE AND DISTRICT ROLL OF HONOUR.

ASHBOURNE AND DISTRICT ROLL OF HONOUR.

The following local soldiers have laid down' Gietr lives for their country : GRENADIER GUARDS. Private OWEI SLATER. Private A. S. GOODALL (Cubley). SHERWOOD FORESTERS. G. SIELLERN. Privato 0. CRELL (Clifton). JOHN GLADSTONE WODTATT. HUDSON. Private J. TIINNICLIFFE (Clifton). NOR
29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
LEEK BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

LEEK BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

The fortnightly meeting of the above Board was held on October 20th, in the Board-room, Runell-atreet, Mr. A. J. Hambleton presiding. There were present the Revs. E. Spink and A. Peters, Mrs. Barnett, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Heywood, Messrs. M. Carding, E. Triner, H. Leese, R. Shirley
29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
A ONDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER lat.--Sale ;IL of 61 BEASTS, 2 HOMES, 66 SHEEP, IMPLEMENTS, &c., for Mr. G. T. Dakin.

A ONDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER lat.--Sale ;IL of 61 BEASTS, 2 HOMES, 66 SHEEP, IMPLEMENTS, &c., for Mr. G. T. Dakin.

Monkadak Farm, Millers
29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England
 
LET, at Lady Day next, THE STYDD HALL FARM, in the Parish of Yeaveley, four miles from Ashbourne and from

LET, at Lady Day next, THE STYDD HALL FARM, in the Parish of Yeaveley, four miles from Ashbourne and from

Norbnry Station, N.S.R.; comprising 121 acres.—For particulars apply to Shaw and Puller, Land Agents and Surveyors, The College, All Saints', Derby.
29 October 1915 - Ashbourne News Telegraph - Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England