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COMPOUND PIM MANUDE.

COMPOUND PIM MANUDE.

The Cheapea Article of itn kind in the! Market. . 2 Anlyi. per mitt. Annnotih.. Guisrunteed. : to 10 per cent. l'hu.pliate:. l'rice £2 12. per ton in balk at our Work., or £2 LI:. per tun (tethered in to ur Craft at ALSO FISH GUASO—WAEraNTI.,, The Sußititutis fur die Original V.
25 May 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
ILICK MINuRCA S.

ILICK MINuRCA S.

GOLDEN LACED WYANDOI TES. SILVER LACED IVYANDettI›. sasintss ,linuounctuttnis. (Registered for Transmission Abroad.) PRICE ONE PENNY. pasintss Ittnoungq*sitts. MILLS AND SOWEBBY, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, SURREY PLACE, BEVERLEY.
25 May 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
Manufarituera ot Robinson' &ad Rinvaraii

Manufarituera ot Robinson' &ad Rinvaraii

Manufarituera ot Robinson' &ad tiuperiur Leveadar wAGooN, dt HORSE COVERS
25 May 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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The latest news of Mr. J. L. Took is that he is pirfoctly well everywhere save in his legs. Gout still holds his knees with inexorable grip, and he is unable to put a foot to the ground. His spirits are excellent, in spite of Ins trial. Mr. Toole is older than is generally known
25 May 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
Norwood Temperance Brass Band Anniversary.

Norwood Temperance Brass Band Anniversary.

The above baud held its second anniversary on Sunday and Monday la.t. when they where honoured by a visit from the Hull Alexandra Street Temperance Baud. The bands met and processioned through various parts of the town to the Mission Room, where a goodly number congregated to he
25 May 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
SUMMER FASHIONS. FS T A T HE It, F. MILLINER, c., Begs to announce her SHOW ROOM will be replete

SUMMER FASHIONS. FS T A T HE It, F. MILLINER, c., Begs to announce her SHOW ROOM will be replete

with the leading Novelties in MILLINERY suitable for the present Beason on and after WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th inst. An early call will be esteemed. HENGATE (opposite B. Mary's Church), BEVERLEY. No Circulars.
25 May 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. MARTIN'S WEST DIVISION. T ADIEB AND GENTLEMEN I thank you moat sincerely for having elected

TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. MARTIN'S WEST DIVISION. T ADIEB AND GENTLEMEN I thank you moat sincerely for having elected

we as yr ur representative on the Board of Guardians in the room of Admiral Walker. In return for your kindness believe me that I will, to the best of my ability, study the interest.' of every class of the community. I am, yours obediently, GEORGE BIBY. Butcher Bow, May 24th, 18
25 May 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
• She Took the Boots but not the Hare. A Case for the Sessions.

• She Took the Boots but not the Hare. A Case for the Sessions.

A widdle•aged woman. named Mary E. Hernias, was charged oil remand at the Hull Pollee Court to-day. bef we Mr. Twice with stealing a pair of boots a Belgian hare from the house No. 16, Trundle Street. Hull, on the 11th alt., the property of ' Christiana Harland.—Superintendent D
07 September 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
Mr. Chaplain and the Salvation Army Farm Colony.

Mr. Chaplain and the Salvation Army Farm Colony.

Mr. Chaplin, President of the Local Goverment Board, on Monday paid an official visit to the Farm Colony of the Salvation Army at Hadleigh, Essex. The right hon. gentleman was accompanied by Sir Hugh Owen, Secretary of the Local Government Board ; Mr. Wm. Little, a member of the
07 September 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
Canon Knox Little's Sons in Danger.

Canon Knox Little's Sons in Danger.

Three sons of Canon Knox Little, who are staying with their father at New Quay, on the north coast of Cornwall, bad a perilous adventure there on Monday while bathing. They were caught by the title, and after long sod tedious work were rescued by the coastguard, who lowered rope
07 September 1895 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England