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  • Advertising

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  • A SYMPATHETIC SERVICE MR. HOSKIN'S GIFT OF SONG.

    For a quarter of a century singing to the sick is an unusual experience, but Mr. Chas. H. Hoskin, of the well-known firm in, Firebrace street, Horsham, can ... [Article] (380 words)
  • GETTING BARGAINS MERCERY AUCTION SALE.

    Long before the advertised hour of 2 o'clock there was a large crowd of bargain hunters outside a shop in Wilson street on Friday afternoon. The ... [Article] (509 words)
  • MR. CLAPP'S POSITION PREPARED TO MAKE SACRIFICE.

    Criticism of Mr. Clapp's reappointment as chairman of the Railway Commissioners by the last Government at' a salary of £5000 a year was expressed ... [Article] (245 words)
  • HEALTH TALKS

    The Australian Better Health Association has pleasure in introducing Dr. Geo. E. Payne Philpots' copyright articles on Health. The author of these ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (45 words)
  • THE TRIPOD OF DENTAL CARIES.

    For many years past it has been my pleasure to address the students of the Brighton Technical School. On this occasion strong appeal was made for ... [Article] (573 words)
  • PETTY DEBTS

    At Horsham Police Court on Friday, Messrs J. Barnes and W. C. Bolton, J.'sP., gave judgment for plaintiffs in the following cases:— ... [Article] (113 words)
  • THRIFTY SCHOLARS DISTRICT SAVINGS AT HORSHAM. A FINE EXAMPLE.

    In such times as we are now passing through, thrifty people have cause to be thankful that they have been taught to put by something during their ... [Article] (724 words)
  • TOO MUCH WHEAT? EXPERTS APPREHENSIVE. LOW PRICE FOR MONTHS.

    Wheat experts in London consider that the international position is becoming serious, and that the future outlook shows little promise of any ... [Article] (160 words)
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