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AND SAVE WORRY! THE NOTTINGHAM BUILDING SOCIETY

AND SAVE WORRY! THE NOTTINGHAM BUILDING SOCIETY

Local Branch Office: 10, Lombard Street, NEWARK. Agent: Mr. A. KIRKBY. Send or Call for Prospectus. New Styles and Colours in Summer Dresses, from 3/6. New Designs in Cretonnes, from Old. per yd. Towels ( white and coloured) from I/. Smoke Stam's Extra Simcial Flake. 10d. STAMPS
24 April 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
High Grade Cycles

High Grade Cycles

AT POPULAR PRICES. RALEIGH HUMBER ENFIELD SINGER SWIFT CHASE ROVER. Inspect them in our Showroom. 1M Tr 7 Stmt. Me". Pige& I CHARUS E. FORD & B/AILDON his favourite writing paper is stocked at Stennett's, Market Place, in boges.—Advt. 1 The Cycle & Motor Depot. PAM'S Butzonos.—A
24 April 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
1926 D.B. An outstandigg feature of the season is the 4 04 '4 e popularity of the c DOUBLE-BREASTED LOUNGE

1926 D.B. An outstandigg feature of the season is the 4 04 '4 e popularity of the c DOUBLE-BREASTED LOUNGE

SUIT • •• • 7 • • • , v k The style lo.dlts well on most '7 men. ani has a most pleasing C.: feet —to iloyed in Wu': Serge or 774. ;14,,ti , • ;. Whi;.corcl. whilst malty favour flat dos Tweeds rz n.trLab!, range of pattern, r 1.000 to choose from) contAins a biq select on suita
24 April 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SPECIAL PRICES. Bedtbeks ORB ready inimb) been 4/6. (full and aboard) 4/11. Sheets twill) tom 6111. Blankets 4 27/1 Pair.

SPECIAL PRICES. Bedtbeks ORB ready inimb) been 4/6. (full and aboard) 4/11. Sheets twill) tom 6111. Blankets 4 27/1 Pair.

Blankets wool) coleared from 15/11. Phoseiette Blankets from 2/9 each. &earth Rug. in Taps.. J ate. Cloth each. Tapestry Carpets 3 x 3. 43/- each. SHAW a; BAILY'S, al Jawausis. SI, lIRILGATZ, NEWAItE.
24 April 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
8,5 to £l,OOO ADVANCED T. all respectable householders vow ear eive Simple Proesisaory Notes and the strictest pennsci No preliminary

8,5 to £l,OOO ADVANCED T. all respectable householders vow ear eive Simple Proesisaory Notes and the strictest pennsci No preliminary

fees, no application application ever strictly moderate. aad repayment, arsaost to suit borrower's own 4- Bills of Sale taken or objectioodis es'aeries made. Application in confidence to THE PROGRESSIVE LOAN AND DIS• COUNT Co.. Ltd.. 34, SILVER ARCADE. LEICESTER.
24 April 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CARAVANS From £45. HORNER BROS., Well-known Makers. Makers. Taney Lane, Newark. -- INSPECTION INVITED.

CARAVANS From £45. HORNER BROS., Well-known Makers. Makers. Taney Lane, Newark. -- INSPECTION INVITED.

24 April 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WHAT THE PUBLIC WAN TS. FARM FIGURES. Load—Workers—Cattle ia Notts.

WHAT THE PUBLIC WAN TS. FARM FIGURES. Load—Workers—Cattle ia Notts.

WHAT THE PUBLIC WAN TS. FARM FIGURES. Load—Workers — Cattle ia Notts. At an executixe meeting of the South Notts. Farmets' Union. held in the Welbeck Hotel, Nottingham. on Saturday, under the chairmanship of Mr. A. Stone, the secretary (Mr. A. Wilde), in his financial statement.
20 February 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SOME COMPARISONS.

SOME COMPARISONS.

According to Mr. Stone's figures, in the counties itt . Notts., Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire, the total number of cattle and sheep show an increase over 1924, horses and pigs have substantiallv decreased, the figures being:— Notts llorses. 20.727 in 1925 and 22,00
20 February 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
"THE FORE KNOWLEDGE OF

"THE FORE KNOWLEDGE OF

Speaker : Mr. E. J. WRIGHT, Leicester.
20 February 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
PRESIDENTS RESPONSE.

PRESIDENTS RESPONSE.

Nlaior-General the lord Loch, in addressing eversone present as Grenadiers. said he did so because he hoped that nets hods present who was a Grenadicr was to be the parent of a Grenadier. (Laughter). A- President of the Association, he visited a- mans thc branches round this kin
20 February 1926 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England