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We bring the Right People Together. When you want to anything, sell anythint. of exchange anything ; when you want

We bring the Right People Together. When you want to anything, sell anythint. of exchange anything ; when you want

to hod a situation or an employee. or let a h0e..., apartments, etc . eic., advertise in the Our insertion (not exceeding 1.1 words; LU, id. each addititm al word, prepaid. NOTE.—Replies to Box Office. must he hy Liter only. and not by personal application. WANTED. - • - WANTED
13 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
• r 11%,11 4 :ill! a LI,. Sot,wl: at I mert Makyrs . Pricrs. I &lit no, nrolit r (Ad

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Lace. covered Curtains. t arils long. GO-in. wide. Ills. ILI. per pair. Iti,h (nil Lace CURTAINS, goirsi ipialitt. 34 yards 00-ina. wide. per pair. NET. 30-ins. wide. lace Insertion neat lattice awe quality, yard. 111 ORDERED M S :MUSLIN. wide. Is. tint. per yard. 'NISIITCIIFD ‘
13 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MISS BURGESS, Costumier & Ladies' Tailor, LATE 9, BALDERTONGATE, HAS REMOVED TO NEW PREMISES OPPOSITE. k large seltqion of Patterns

MISS BURGESS, Costumier & Ladies' Tailor, LATE 9, BALDERTONGATE, HAS REMOVED TO NEW PREMISES OPPOSITE. k large seltqion of Patterns

of Materials Trimmings for Day and Evening wear from the Landon Houses. Evening Dresses and Blouses made in best style and to St correctly. Ladies own Materials made up at quite Moderate Charges. Excellent Work in Tailor-made Coats and in any style. I Rainproof Coats made to mea
13 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED • £71,864,780 CAPITAL PAID UP • ; 14,372,956 RESERVE FUND • ; ; 10,000, 000 DEPOSITS, ac. •

CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED • £71,864,780 CAPITAL PAID UP • ; 14,372,956 RESERVE FUND • ; ; 10,000, 000 DEPOSITS, ac. •

348,891,976 ADVANCES, &e. • • • 130,847,130
13 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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Speetal Important Notice. To Olt USERS Motor Cars, ferries, Cycles, Boats, Tractors, Agricultural, Horticultural, Jectrical, Domestic Machinery & Ironmongery. esamine and t .st exhausti% the BEST VALUE VI IN EV s before we take up realising that anything ls.totht is San s,,ld; p
20 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Public Benefit Boot Co. Ltd.

Public Benefit Boot Co. Ltd.

43, Market Place NEWARK. SHOPS ALL OVER. EGGS for P-Old Chicks _____.4 immemes MTh WYMIIMPTIIIS SLAM INIIIMILS EGGS from 10;6 doz. : CHICKS from 21/. Before placing your Order, write for a Copy of - Profitable Poultry and my New Misting List. l'obt free on repot. 6 , Heaselands,
20 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SALES BY AuCTION.

SALES BY AuCTION.

20 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
\t-ANTED BROODIES.

\t-ANTED BROODIES.

\t - ANTED BROODIES. ••Broodies - become a nuisance to those !Poultry-keeper- who do not de-ire to take advantage of the tunit, for hatching chickens now, and u ill, the advent of uarmer weather—when we get it—the number of broodie- is like', to increase. Cluckidk hens fill the n
20 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
A HIGHER SCALE.

A HIGHER SCALE.

Mr. Taj lor (Labour Party agent ) said he protested emphaticallj against their removal. Voice- - We are all ratepayer-," and ",tivk it. •' Mr. Osborn now asked the men to bow the wi-h ot the majority of the Board and they at once left the room. The re-ult id the subsequent delib
20 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
ALLEGED HEFT OF In Cumin Nu Covidei

ALLEGED HEFT OF In Cumin Nu Covidei

ALLEGED HEFT OF Cumin Nu Covidei That he thought hc had a right to take it was the defence put Jot ward by a launton nian, John i iaice, when he was charged at Newark I. ounty Police Court on tiednesdas, with the theft of 25 yards of airy p netting, the property of Henty Edward l
20 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England