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Wood's INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA.

Wood's INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA.

The action of these Tablets (taken immediately after each meal) is to promote the perfect assimilation of Food, by adding to the defective juices of the Digestive Organs. This is the direct way to assist Nature in the important functions of the human body, and to counteract the
26 April 1902 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
GARDEN TOOLS Spades, R akes, Shears, Hoes, Forks, &c. HOSE PIPE and REELS. Thos. Smith ilk Co. IRONMONGERS 22 &

GARDEN TOOLS Spades, R akes, Shears, Hoes, Forks, &c. HOSE PIPE and REELS. Thos. Smith ilk Co. IRONMONGERS 22 &

24, Broad Street, Hx. Telephone 328.
26 April 1902 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
the Workhouse Hospital and getting 170 replies from various parts of the country, many of them from men thoroughly accustomed

the Workhouse Hospital and getting 170 replies from various parts of the country, many of them from men thoroughly accustomed

to the duties of the office, a proposition was made at the last meeting of the Board that all applicants from outside the Union townships should be struck out without further consideration. If this principle were to be adopted generally, it would mean that no Halifax man would b
26 April 1902 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Upon a journal capable of summarising such a document this, if fairly done, would be unobjectionable, but in a case

Upon a journal capable of summarising such a document this, if fairly done, would be unobjectionable, but in a case

where a presentable summary is utterly beyond the capacity of a journal, it is better to either exclude or print at twice — not to garble it. There is not a summarised line in the whole column. Where the letter is given at all it is in Mr. Woodhead's words, in the first person,
26 April 1902 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
The largest Life Insurance Company in the World.

The largest Life Insurance Company in the World.

26 April 1902 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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31 May 1902 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
E. J. WRIGLEY,

E. J. WRIGLEY,

WATCHMAKER AND . . JEWELLER, , . 30, laellart Lane, Opposite Baptist Chap,l, HALIFAX. Turrct, Church and House Clocks Wound and kept in Repair by Yearly Contract. Estimates Free. AGENT FOR SINGERS' SEWING MACHINES
31 May 1902 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
taken aback by such decision. "Because it's very dear, and it's not a nice place," she replied firmly. The man

taken aback by such decision. "Because it's very dear, and it's not a nice place," she replied firmly. The man

was amused; but at that moment the conversation was interrupted by a woman who came down the path to learn what the visitor wanted. She gave a short laugh when he told her what the little girl had said. " She'm old-fashioned," she remarked, not unkindly, but rather in the tone o
31 May 1902 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
May 31, 1902. N an address recently presented to the Queen, Her Majesty was approached by lier " loyal subjects,"

May 31, 1902. N an address recently presented to the Queen, Her Majesty was approached by lier " loyal subjects,"

but this was a mistake, as the _ Queen is herself just as much the subject of King Edward as she was of Queen Victoria. We were so long accustomed to regard ourselves as the subjects of Queen Victoria, that many people are apt to consider themsel:es in the same position to Queen
31 May 1902 - Halifax Comet - Halifax, Yorkshire, England