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3rd January 1902

Albert BOOTH, certified plumber, modern and domestic sanitary engineer, 84 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Incandescent mantles 4 1/2d. Incandescents complete from 1/9 (Advert ran till the 21st March 1902) S.BOOTH, cabinet maker, upholsterer and undertaker, 84 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Funerals completely furnished (Advert ran till the 27th June 1902) W.WORSNUP, auctioneer, accountant and estate agent, insurance and commission broker, Bank Brewery Offices, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 6th March 1903) HALIFAX EQUITABLE BUILDING SOCIETY Mr.William LUMB, grocer, Sowerby Street. Mr.John H.STEAD, 18 Wharf Street (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) [Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street and 33 Wharf Street Pegged hearth rugs, made from the best cloth clippings (Advert ran till the 17th January 1902) Miss A.L.SEED, dressmaker, Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 17th January 1902) Miss Ellen BRIGGS, dressmaker, 17 Gladstone Buildings, Sowerby New Road, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 17th January 1902) [Column 3] Misses ASHWORTH, milliners and dressmakers, Linden Place Place, 64 Burnley Road, Sowerby Bridge Feathers cleaned and curled. Furs cleaned and remodelled (advert ran till the 11th April 1902) R.WOODs Corporation Street Works. Heald rugs (Advert ran till the 4th April 1902) Miss TIDSWELL, milliner. Moved from 11 John Street, Beech, to 16 Warley Road (Advert ran till the 16th May 1902) W.J.STORER, hosier, outfitter, shirt and collar maker, 45 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 14th February 1902) Joseph WHITELEY (organist of Tuel Lane Chapel), teacher of music (theory, organ and piano), 67 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge. Dealer in organs and pianofortes and sewing machines (Advert ran till the 10th October 1902) William HAIGH, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Autumn and Winter Season Blankets! Blankets! Blankets! (advert ran till the 31st January 1902) [Column 4] WINCARNIS Local agents: T.BRIGGS, Cash Chemist, Sowerby Bridge, J.H.THOMAS, corner of Tuel Lane and Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (advert ran till the 7th March 1902) [Column 5] HIGH CLASS ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Mr.YOUNG, dentist, 30 North Parade, Halifax Misses AINLEY, milliners, 34 West Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 7th March 1902) CLAY & HORSFALL, Wharf Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Office boy wanted RUSHWORTH & Co., Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice to the iron trade wanted MITCHELL Brothers, Old House Mills. Youth wanted for making-up room James HODGSON, Sunderland House, Luddenden Foot. To let: Lower Hatershelf Farm, Sowerby (Advert ran till the 14th February 1902) J.A.JESSOP, 2 Foundry Street. 23 Sowerby Street to let (Advert ran till the 7th February 1902) J.S.HOLLAND, 23 Albert Road, Beech. To let or sell, three good houses. Rent 5s per week Also 4,000 yards of land for sale (Advert ran till the 30th May 1902) HALIFAX PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY Local agent: William WORSNUP, Bank Brewery Offices, Tuel Lane (Advert ran till the 10th April 1903) [Column 6] E.ACKROYD, stationer?. New prayer books, suitable for Xmas presents (Advert ran till the 10th January 1902)

10th January 1902

[Column 5] Miss ETHERIDGE, c/o Dr.DUNN, Ryburn House, Sowerby Bridge. Rooms required Francis BERRY & Sons, Sowerby Bridge. Youth wanted for general office work [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON, Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Mr.H.G.HEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker W.J.STORER, hosier and outfitter, 45 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge. Established 1881 (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904)

17th January 1902

[Column 5] Archdeacon BROOKE of Halifax Alfred S.FIRTH, boot manufacturer. Offices to let opposite the Town Hall (Advert ran till the 30th May 1902) [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer SOWERBY BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. R.W.EVANS, council clerk New prayer books at E.ACKROYD's

24th January 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Annual clearance sale (Advert ran till the 21st February 1902) [Column 5] SOWERBY BRIDGE SCHOOL BOARD. Certificated assistant mistress wanted for Tuel Lane Infants' School Richard WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Mrs.H.BATIE, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker SOWERBY BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. R.W.EVANS, council clerk

31st January 1902

[Column 5] T.F.ROWLINSON, boot repairer, Wharf Street, opposite church. Cottage to let, Charlotte Street, Beech [Column 6] CHRIST CHURCH. Rev.C.S.QUAINTON, vicar of Pellon Mr.Joseph GREENWOOD, 80th birthday tea SOWERBY BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. R.W.EVANS, council clerk John ASTIN & Sons, clothing manufacturers, tailors and outfitters, Sowerby Bridge. Firm dissolved John ASTIN. Arthur ASTIN. Fred ASTIN. Harry ASTIN Samuel HOYLE, solicitor, Sowerby Bridge

7th February 1902

[Column 3] William HAIGH, draper, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Special bargains. Stocktaking sale (Advert ran till the 28th February 1902) [Column 4] Mary WALSH, Todmorden, sent to prison for cruelty to her 5 children [Column 5] RAILWAY SERVANTS' ORPHAN FUND. FIFTH ANNUAL CONCERT Miss Emily BERRY, soprano, Huddersfield and West Riding Concerts Mr.J.SYKES, tenor, Halifax Parish and West Riding Concerts Mr.C.SHELDRAKE, bass, West Riding Concerts Mr.Thurlow H.JOHNSON F.O.S., humorist Mr.J.T.DANIELS, L.R.A.M., accompanist Tickets from: Mr.K.GILL (printer), Mr.T.COPLEY (tobacconist, Town Hall Street), Mr.A.SAXTON (8 Annie Street), Mr.W.SUTCLIFFE (36 New Marsh, Burnley Road), Mr.G.MANSFIELD (Myrtle Villa, Tuel Lane), Mr.E.HECKINGBOTTOM (10 Dale Street), Mr.Thomas RUTHERFORD (15 Osborne Terrace, Luddenden Foot), Mr.W.H.BINNS (40 Industrial Road), Mr.F.BATES (grocer, Sowerby Street), Mr.J.A.BOOTH (Newton Street) T.F.ROWLINSON, boot repairer, Wharf Street, opposite church. Cottage to let, Charlotte Street, Beech SOWERBY BRIDGE SCHOOL BOARD. Male pupil teachers wanted Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Mr.Joseph GREENWOOD, 80th birthday tea SOWERBY BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. R.W.EVANS, council clerk

14th February 1902

[Column 5] T.F.ROWLINSON, boot repairer, Wharf Street, opposite church. Cottage to let, Charlotte Street, Beech Luke BRIGGS, 3 Belgrave Street, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge. Magic lantern for sale [Column 6] Mr.Joseph GREENWOOD, 80th birthday tea SOWERBY BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. R.W.EVANS, council clerk SOWERBY BRIDGE SCHOOL BOARD. Male pupil teachers wanted Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge R.WOOD, Corporation Street, girl wanted to learn Heald Making W.NEWSOME & Son, Sowerby Bridge. Brace moulding apprentice wanted

21st February 1902

[Column 5] Mrs.WILD, milliner and dressmaker, 13 Orange Street, Halifax. Two houses in Sowerby Road to let [Column 6] WILCOCK, Hollins Tannery, Sowerby Bridge. Free spent lime and manure Mrs.CLEWORTH, 55 York Crescent, King Cross, Halifax. A good general (servant?) wanted SOWERBY BRIDGE SCHOOL BOARD. Male pupil teachers wanted Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge W.NEWSOME & Son, Sowerby Bridge. Brace moulding apprentice wanted

28th February 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. New season's goods [Column 5] Mrs.BINNS, Pickwood House, Norland. Two cottages at Pickwood Scarr, Norland to let (Advert ran till the 25th April 1902) Mrs.WILD, milliner and dressmaker, 13 Orange Street, Halifax. Two houses in Sowerby Road to let [Column 6] CHRIST CHURCH. Rev.Canon IVENS. Friendly Brass Band WILCOCK, Hollins Tannery, Sowerby Bridge. Free spent lime and manure Mrs.CLEWORTH, 55 York Crescent, King Cross, Halifax. A good general (servant?) wanted STEAD & SIMPSON Ltd., Town Hall Street. Shop boy wanted J.WADDINGTON, Tuel Lane. Painting and decorating apprentice wanted

7th March 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Spring show of millinery novelties (Advert ran till the 11th April 1902) [Column 3] William HAIGH, draper, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Spring. New goods (Advert ran till the 13th June 1902) [Column 5] Lewis ATKINSON, Bolton Brow. Houses to let in Wakefield Road and 22 Grove Street (Advert ran till the 25th April 1902) Mrs.WILD, milliner and dressmaker, 13 Orange Street, Halifax. Two houses in Sowerby Road to let [Column 6] CHRIST CHURCH. Rev.Canon IVENS. Sermon for women only Mr.J.SMITH, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer TESTIMONIAL TO VEN.ARCHDEACON BROOK. Mr.George SWINDELLS WILCOCK, Hollins Tannery, Sowerby Bridge. Free spent lime and manure William TOLLEY, secretary of the St.John Ambulance Association J.W.BARKER, The Hollins, Sowerby Bridge. The "Coronation" gramophone and records for sale (Advert ran till the 25th April 1902) Mr.WILSON, organist, St.Jude's, Halifax. Second alto wanted

14th March 1902

PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED (annual accounts) B.MORWOOD, Ryburn Villa, West End, Sowerby Bridge, District Superintendent Mr.H.KINDER, Gordon Bank, Luddenden Foot, assistant superintendent Mr.H.GARSIDE, Lower Brig Royd, Ripponden, assistant superintendent [Column 3] Mrs.S.WHITELEY, milliner, 48 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Spring show of French and English millinery (Advert ran till the 11th April 1902) [Column 4] SERMON FOR WOMEN (Christ Church, sermon text) Rev.Canon IVENS [Column 5] (sermon text concludes on back page) [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Mrs.PLACE-VEARY, Spiritualist speaker HULL SAILORS' ORPHAN HOMES. Councillor Abraham CLAY TESTIMONIAL TO VEN.ARCHDEACON BROOK. Mr.George SWINDELLS Miss EVERS, dressmaker, Harper Royd, Norland (Advert ran till the 10th October 1902)

21st March 1902

[Column 5] Mrs.B.ASQUITH, milliner, 30 Town Hall Street. Moved next door Choice selection of French and English millinery (Advert ran till the 22nd August 1902) G.HALLAS & Co. Limited, money lenders, 11 Westgate, Halifax (Advert ran till the 21st October 1904) [Column 6] CHRIST CHURCH. Revs. Canon IVENS, C.W.HOWARD, John ELLISON Mr.J.W.EGERTON, Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer TESTIMONIAL TO VEN.ARCHDEACON BROOK. Mr.George SWINDELLS Samuel HOYLE, solicitor, Penny Bank Chambers, Sowerby Bridge Seven houses on Industrial Road and Upper Fountain Street for sale (Advert ran till the 30th May 1902)

28th March 1902

Albert BOOTH, certified plumber, modern and domestic sanitary engineer, 84 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Cycle repairs (Advert ran till the 2nd May 1902) [Column 5] SOWERBY BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Councillor Frank CLAY, chairman of the Gas Committee J.TOWNSEND, Back Terrace Street. Lost ten shillings James WOOD, 11 Hollins Lane. 8 and 10 Charles Street, Tuel Lane to let (Advert ran till the 25th April 1902) [Column 6] CHRIST CHURCH. Sunday School teachers' outing. Mr.Arthur WARDLE, Hulme Street, West End TESTIMONIAL TO VEN.ARCHDEACON BROOK. Mr.George SWINDELLS

4th April 1902

[Column 5] Mrs.WADSWORTH, Moorland House, Norland. Cottage laundry (Advert ran till the 19th September 1902) [Column 6] E.CONSTANTINE, secretary of the Sowerby Bridge Choral Society Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Joseph LUMB and Walter LUMB of J & W.LUMB, painters and decorators, 13 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge Walter LUMB left the company. Samuel HOYLE, solicitor, Sowerby Bridge

11th April 1902

[Column 5] E.BRIGGS, Gladstone Buildings, Sowerby New Road. Dressmaking apprentice wanted E.UTTLEY, hairdresser and tobacconist, 64 Wharf Street. Three bikes for sale METCALFE, 1 Lower Hope Street, Halifax. 7 acres of land for sale at Sowerby for 100 (Advert ran till the 30th May 1902) [Column 6] E.CONSTANTINE, secretary of the Sowerby Bridge Choral Society Mr.William DARLOW of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Mr.H.G.HEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker FRIENDLY WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. Revs. J.H.BAILY (J.H.BAILEY?) of King Cross, J.P.BURT of Sowerby Bridge J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland, Halifax. Taking applications for technical school courses William LUMB, retired grocer, died February 1902, 5 Egremont Street, Sowerby Bridge Fred LUMB, compositor, of 24 Mayfield Grove, Halifax : executor William Anthony LEES, engineer, of 34 Cardigan Lane, Kirkstall Road, Leeds : executor LONGBOTHAM & Sons, solicitors, 4 Carlton Street, Halifax

18th April 1902

Miss ASHWORTH, milliner and dressmaker, Linden Place Place, 64 Burnley Road, Sowerby Bridge Feathers cleaned and curled (Advert ran till the 8th August 1902) [Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Smart styles and novelties in trimmed millinery (Advert ran till the 13th June 1902) [Column 4] E.ACKROYD, stationer, Town Hall Street. New fire screens [Column 5] S.HOYLE, solicitor, Penny Bank Chambers. 13 Montague Street to let E.BRIGGS, Gladstone Buildings, Sowerby New Road. Dressmaking apprentice wanted S.HOYLE, solicitor, Penny Bank Chambers. House in Bolton Brow for sale (Advert ran till the 30th May 1902) E.UTTLEY, hairdresser and tobacconist, 64 Wharf Street. Three bikes for sale [Column 6] E.CONSTANTINE, secretary of the Sowerby Bridge Choral Society FRIENDLY WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. Revs. J.H.BAILY (J.H.BAILEY?) of King Cross, J.P.BURT of Sowerby Bridge J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland, Halifax. Taking applications for technical school courses William LUMB, retired grocer, died February 1902, 5 Egremont Street, Sowerby Bridge Fred LUMB, compositor, of 24 Mayfield Grove, Halifax : executor William Anthony LEES, engineer, of 34 Cardigan Lane, Kirkstall Road, Leeds : executor LONGBOTHAM & Sons, solicitors, 4 Carlton Street, Halifax

25th April 1902

[Column 4] E.ACKROYD, stationer, Town Hall Street. New fire screens [Column 5] S.HOYLE, solicitor, Penny Bank Chambers. 13 Montague Street to let E.BRIGGS, Gladstone Buildings, Sowerby New Road. Dressmaking apprentice wanted [Column 6] Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk of the Sowerby Bridge School Board J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland, Halifax. Taking applications for technical school courses Albert HITCHEN, 28 Causeway Head, Burnley Road, Sowerby Bridge, will no longer be responsible for the debts of his wife, Sarah Jane HITCHEN

2nd May 1902

[Column 4] Mayor of Brighouse held poorly attended meeting to consider Coronation celebrations. Mr.H.BOOTH E.ACKROYD, stationer, Town Hall Street. New fire screens [Column 5] Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite the Town Hall. Splendid assortment of boots and shoes (Advert ran till the 25th July 1902) JESSOP, 2 Foundry Street. House and shop to let in Sowerby Street [Column 6] NORLAND BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. Rev.D.B.DAVIES of Lee Mount, Halifax. Miss SPEAK of Heptonstall Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland, Halifax. Taking applications for technical school courses

9th May 1902

Albert BOOTH, certified plumber, modern and domestic sanitary engineer, 84 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge "The Coronation Cycle". Cycle repairs (Advert ran till the 27th June 1902) [Column 4] J.JACKSON, The Working Man's Outfitter, 11 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Special bargains in men's and boy's clothing (Advert ran till the 5th September 1902) [Column 5] JESSOP, 2 Foundry Street. House and shop to let in Sowerby Street [Column 6] Mr.W.H.HOFMEYER of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer ST.GEORGE'S CHURCH, SOWERBY Revs. Canon IVENS (vicar of Sowerby Bridge), G.F.H.ROWE (vicar of St.Augustine's, Halifax), J.W.BROADBENT (Parish Church, Bury) UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH, TUEL LANE, SOWERBY BRIDGE Revs. James KING of Huddersfield, F.W.SPARKES of Halifax J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland, Halifax Taking applications for technical school courses J.GRUNDY, secretary of the West End Working Men's Club

16th May 1902

J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland, Halifax Taking applications for technical school courses [Column 5] MITCHELL, Old House Mill. House to let at West End, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 4th July 1902) JESSOP, 2 Foundry Street. House and shop to let in Sowerby Street [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer P.HAMILL, offering holidays in Ireland (Advert ran till the 26th September 1902) HALL's, stationer, Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge. Sells cameras (Advert ran till the 1st August 1902)

23rd May 1902

[Column 5] JESSOP, 2 Foundry Street. House and shop to let in Sowerby Street [Column 6] Messrs. Eldred HALLAS of Bradford, H.G.HEY of Halifax : Spiritualist speakers

30th May 1902

[Column 5] James GREENWOOD & Son Limited, Holme Mill. Twiner piecer wanted [Column 6] TUEL LANE CHAPEL. Rev.J.P.BURT Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Mr.H.G.HEY of Halifax, Spiritualist speaker

6th June 1902

[Column 4] THE QUEEN'S CORONATION [Column 5] James GREENWOOD & Son Limited, Holme Mill. Twiner piecer wanted [Column 6] Mr.R.SMITH of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer PEACE! Thanksgiving service at West End Congregational Church. Rev.G.S.SMITH

13th June 1902

[Column 4] THE QUEEN'S CORONATION [Column 5] W.WHITWORTH, watch maker and jeweller, 44 West Street, Sowerby Bridge People wanted to join their watch, clock and jewellery club (Advert ran till the 10th October 1902) [Column 6] WEST END CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, SOWERBY BRIDGE Rev.Henry WEBB of Leeds. Mrs.G.H.SMITH, ex-mayoress of Halifax SOWERBY BRIDGE CORONATION CELEBRATION. James BARRACLOUGH

20th June 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Coronation week Remarkable Crown bargains in trimmed millinery [Column 3] William HAIGH, draper, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Summer. New goods (Advert ran till the 8th August 1902) [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer SOWERBY BRIDGE CORONATION CELEBRATION. James BARRACLOUGH

27th June 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Coronation week Remarkable Crown bargains in trimmed millinery [Column 5] H.TAYLOR, 82 Edward Street, Sowerby Bridge. Shorthand and typewriting (Advert ran till the 1st July 1904) W.SCHOFIELD and Son, tailors, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice wanted [Column 6] "GOD SAVE THE KING". West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.G.S.SMITH Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer NORLAND ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. Revs. Canon IVENS, Norman KING Cookson GREENWOOD, Steps, Sowerby Bridge Organist and choirmaster, St.Paul's Church, King Cross. Piano, organ and music theory lessons (Advert ran till the 16th January 1903)

4th July 1902

Albert BOOTH, certified plumber, modern and domestic sanitary engineer, 84 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Cycle accessories (Advert ran till the 2nd October 1903) E.ACKROYD, stationer, Town Hall Street (Advert ran till the 10th October 1902) [Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Coronation week Mid season's styles in trimmed hats [Column 5] W.SCHOFIELD and Son, tailors, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.J.W.HALSTEAD, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer TUEL LANE CHAPEL. Rev.J.P.BURT. Sowerby Bridge Brass Band

11th July 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Coronation week Mid season's styles in trimmed hats [Column 5] W.SCHOFIELD and Son, tailors, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice wanted T.GAUKROGER, Canal Mills, Sowerby Bridge. Stable and warehouse to let (Advert ran till the 29th August 1902) [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer SOWERBY BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL (Tenders) R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

18th July 1902

RHODES', 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge. Why join watch clubs out of town (Advert ran till the 6th February 1903) Breezy Norland. Mrs.WHITELEY's, near the church. Tea and other refreshments (Advert ran till the 10th October 1902) [Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Coronation week Mid season's styles in trimmed hats [Column 5] W.SCHOFIELD and Son, tailors, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice wanted R.WOOD, reed and heald maker, Corporation Street Works. Boy apprentice wanted WOOD, Canal Wharf, Sowerby Bridge. Dog cart, Well Gig and three rowing boats for sale (Advert ran till the 5th September 1902) [Column 6] Join RHODES' club for watches, jewellery, cutlery, spectacles and electro-plate 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 3rd July 1903) Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer SOWERBY BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL (Tenders) R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

25th July 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Coronation week Mid season's styles in trimmed hats [Column 5] WILCOCK, Hollins Tannery. Strong lad wanted as currying apprentice (Advert ran till the 22nd August 1902) R.WOOD, reed and heald maker, Corporation Street Works. Boy apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, SOWERBY BRIDGE Floral services. Mr.John HART of Halifax, preacher TUEL LANE UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH, SOWERBY BRIDGE Garden party at Willow Lodge, Steps Lane (courtesy of William SUTCLIFFE) Friendly String Band Cinematograph exhibition by D.PARKER and A.PARKER Willie TURNER (William TURNER?), Mount Street, Sowerby Bridge Giving notice that he won't be responsible for the debts of his wife, Margaret Ann TURNER

1st August 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Latest novelty in corsets [Column 5] S.WILKINSON, architect, Sowerby Bridge Tenders invited for new offices at Regulator Mill, Sowerby Bridge Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk of the Sowerby Bridge School Board Head Mistress wanted for Bolton Brow Girls' School S.FARNELL, Causeway Head. House and shop for sale, suitable for wholesale grocery business (Advert ran till the 5th September 1902) S.BARRACLOUGH & Sons, 68 West Street, Sowerby Bridge One American organ, two harmoniums, a few violins, concertinas, banjos, to be sold cheap (Advert ran till the 5th September 1902) [Column 6] Rev.F.E.HEAPE's special sermon of songs and scenes. Sowerby New Road Chapel SOWERBY BRIDGE SPIRITUALISTS' PROGRESSIVE LYCEUM, Hollins Lane Mrs.MIDGLEY, clairvoyant, Halifax, speaker Mr.A.LAYFIELD, lent Fern Glen grounds for garden party

8th August 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Latest novelty in corsets [Column 4] Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge Great clearance sale of boots and shoes George ASTIN, landlord of the Black Horse Inn, Knowlwood, Todmorden. Fined [Column 5] Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk of the Sowerby Bridge School Board Head Mistress wanted for Bolton Brow Girls' School S.HOYLE, solicitor, Penny Bank Chambers. 16 Margate Street, Sowerby New Road to let F.WOOD, coal merchant. 78 Industrial Road to let (Advert ran till the 3rd October 1902) [Column 6] Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Special Coronation service. Rev.Canon IVENS S.WILKINSON, architect, Sowerby Bridge Tenders invited for new offices at Regulator Mill, Sowerby Bridge HALL's, Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge Holiday season travelling requisites. Cameras and all other photographic requisites (Advert ran till the 5th September 1902)

15th August 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge Smart trimmed millinery, suitable for holiday wear [Column 3] William HAIGH, draper, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Summer holidays New goods suitable for holiday wear (Advert ran till the 19th September 1902) [Column 4] Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge Great clearance sale of boots and shoes [Column 5] R.WOOD, reed and heald maker. Boy wanted as full time apprentice John MARSH, Town Hall Hotel. Room to let in Town Hall Buildings (Advert ran till the 6th February 1903) S.HOYLE, solicitor, Penny Bank Chambers. 16 Margate Street, Sowerby New Road to let [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Special united service, Congregational Chapel and Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Sowerby Urban District Council M.D.PROPERT, district auditor Edgar BOOTH, solicitor, 7 Harrison Road, Halifax, clerk to the council

22nd August 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge Smart trimmed millinery, suitable for holiday wear [Column 4] Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge Great clearance sale of boots and shoes [Column 5] R.WOOD, reed and heald maker. Boy wanted as full time apprentice S.HOYLE, solicitor, Penny Bank Chambers. 16 Margate Street, Sowerby New Road to let [Column 6] Tuel Lane Chapel. Rev.J.P.BURT Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk of the Sowerby Bridge School Board Head Mistress wanted for Bolton Brow Girls' School

29th August 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge Smart trimmed millinery, suitable for holiday wear [Column 4] Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge Great clearance sale of boots and shoes [Column 5] Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk of the Sowerby Bridge School Board Head Mistress wanted for Bolton Brow Girls' School R.WOOD, reed and heald maker. Boy wanted as full time apprentice SMITH, Ryburn Buildings. 124 West Street, with large shop window, to let or sell (Advert ran till the 2nd January 1903) S.HOYLE, solicitor, Penny Bank Chambers. 16 Margate Street, Sowerby New Road to let [Column 6] Tuel Lane Chapel. Rev.J.P.BURT

5th September 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge Special show of white lace curtains and curtainings [Column 4] Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge. Boots and shoes [Column 5] Richard H.WHITWORTH, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge, clerk of the Sowerby Bridge School Board Assistant Mistress wanted for Bolton Brow Infants' School John SYKES, Sowerby Bridge. Cottage to let at Allan Mount (Advert ran till the 3rd October 1902) [Column 6] Tuel Lane Chapel. Rev.J.P.BURT Mrs.BATIE of Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE

12th September 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge Special show of white lace curtains and curtainings [Column 4] HALL's, Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge Important to Technical Students. Stationery supplies J.JACKSON, pawnbroker, jeweller and general outfitter, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Join JACKSON's Christmas Club Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge. Boots and shoes [Column 5] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer John ASTIN & Sons, clothing manufacturers, Sowerby Bridge. Machinists and learners wanted (Advert ran till the 6th March 1903) Richard H.WHITWORTH, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge, clerk of the Sowerby Bridge School Board Assistant Mistress wanted for Bolton Brow Infants' School E.ACKROYD, stationer, 22 Town Hall Street. Gold earring, set with ruby and pearls, lost. Reward Widow, 38 Mitchell Street, Beech, Sowerby Bridge. Two respectable men lodgers wanted [Column 6] West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Harvest Festival. Rev.G.S.SMITH Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Young Men's Bible Class Mr.Ernest FARRAR, 19 Montague Street, Sowerby New Road BOSTOCK and WOMBWELL's travelling menagerie coming to Sowerby Bridge

19th September 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge Special show of white lace curtains and curtainings [Column 4] HALL's, Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge. Important to Technical Students. Stationery supplies J.JACKSON, pawnbroker, jeweller and general outfitter, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Join JACKSON's Christmas Club Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge. Boots and shoes [Column 5] Mrs.HINDLE, 94 Industrial Road, Sowerby Bridge. Shorthand, typewriting tuition (Advert ran till the 27th February 1903) H.BROADBENT, Scott Bank House, 6 Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge. For sale (Advert ran till the 12th December 1902) James MITCHELL, estate agent, Halifax. 9 Charles Street, Tuel Lane, to let Widow, 38 Mitchell Street, Beech, Sowerby Bridge. Two respectable men lodgers wanted [Column 6] Tuel Lane Chapel. Rev.J.P.BURT Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian speaker Sowerby New Road and Norland Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE St.George's Church, Sowerby. Harvest Thanksgiving Services Revs. W.P.KINGSTON of Rishworth, E.BRIERLEY (Vicar of Thorpe) St.Luke's, Norland. Harvest Festival. Revs. E.A.EASTON, C.H.FISHER Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Harvest Festival Revs. E.W.EASTON (vicar of Warley), C.Wilfred HOWARD, Canon IVENS ST.JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. Drs. BROWN, DUNN Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Young Men's Bible Class Mr.Ernest FARRAR, 19 Montague Street, Sowerby New Road Thomas SMITH, deceased, joiner. Shop at New Marsh, Burnley Road for sale Tenders to Titus STANDEVEN, 6 Plainfield Terrace, Bolton Brow, Sowerby Bridge or to James BRIGGS, Canal View, Sowerby Bridge ACKROYD, stationer, for purses

26th September 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Fashionable millinery. Ye highest style [Column 3] William HAIGH, draper, clothier and general dealer, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge For variety, quality and good value (Advert ran till the 21st November 1902) [Column 4] HALL's, Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge. Important to Technical Students. Stationery supplies J.JACKSON, pawnbroker, jeweller and general outfitter, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Join JACKSON's Christmas Club Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge. Boots and shoes [Column 5] S.BARRACLOUGH & Sons, 27 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge One American organ, two harmoniums, a few violins, concertinas, banjos, to be sold cheap A.BOOTH, plumber, 84 Wharf Street. House to let James MITCHELL, estate agent, Halifax. 9 Charles Street, Tuel Lane, to let [Column 6] Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE St.George's Church, Sowerby. Harvest Thanksgiving Services Revs. W.P.KINGSTON of Rishworth, E.BRIERLEY (Vicar of Thorpe) United Methodist Free Church, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge. Revs. J.P.BURT, J.W.MAWER Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. Presentation of a portrait of the late Joseph GREENWOOD ST.JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. Drs. BROWN, DUNN Widow, 38 Mitchell Street, Beech, Sowerby Bridge. Two respectable men lodgers wanted ACKROYD, stationer, for purses and fancy goods (Advert ran till the 8th May 1903)

3rd October 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Fashionable millinery. Ye highest style [Column 4] HALL's, 3 Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge. Dutch bulbs (Advert ran till the 7th November 1902) Mrs.S.WHITELEY, 48 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Millinery W.H.HALL, books, stationery and leather goods Moved to Central Hall, Sowerby Bridge (formerly occupied by Messrs.EASTWOOD Brothers, clothiers) [Column 5] Mayor of Halifax, casting vote to lay tramlines from Stump Cross to Hipperholme COCKROFT, Allan Park, Sowerby Bridge. Girls about 14 wanted to finish knitted stockings (Advert ran till the 31st October 1902) S.BARRACLOUGH & Sons, 27 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge One American organ, two harmoniums, a few violins, concertinas, banjos, to be sold cheap COCKROFT, Allan Park, Sowerby Bridge. 21 Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge, to let (Advert ran till the 31st October 1902) A.BOOTH, plumber, 84 Wharf Street. House to let James MITCHELL, estate agent, Halifax. 9 Charles Street, Tuel Lane, to let [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS, vicar THE CHILDREN'S HOME Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.R.Bevan SHEPHERD Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.R.Bevan SHEPHERD, Councillor F.CLAY J.P. Tickets from: Mr.W.WILSON, Bolton Brow; Mr.W.HAIGH, Argyle Music Rooms, Town Hall Street; Mr.W.H.HALL, Ryburn Buildings; Mr.J.H.BALES (J.H.BATES?), 28 (23?) Annie Street, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge ST.JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. Drs. BROWN, DUNN

10th October 1902

[Column 2] G.E.WHITELEY, 70 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Fashionable millinery. Ye highest style [Column 4] W.H.HALL, books, stationery and leather goods Moved to Central Hall, Sowerby Bridge (formerly occupied by Messrs.EASTWOOD Brothers, clothiers) [Column 5] S.BARRACLOUGH & Sons, 27 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge One American organ, two harmoniums, a few violins, concertinas, banjos, to be sold cheap [Column 6] Mr.J.W.HALSTEAD, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Our Native Herbs (medicine) A.HOPKINSON, 86 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge, local agent John WHITELEY, Chapel Avenue, Hebden Bridge (testimonial)

17th October 1902

WALLACES Ltd., The People's Grocers. New shop at 52 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Jam manufacturers, bakers, confectioners, tea blenders, coffee roasters Importers of foreign and colonial produce. 60 branches [Column 6] Mr.J.SMITH, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer West End Congregational Church. Foreign Mission Service Rev.G.S.SMITH. Miss SPENCE, B.A., lady missionary from Benares, N.India Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE St.Lukes. Social at Norland School. Music by Messrs H.GREENWOOD and J.GREENWOOD Halifax Amateur Operatic Society Madame WALMSLEY, Miss Kathleen JONES, Mr.Charles BOWKER, Mr.J.D.TOWN, Miss Clara BINNS, Mr.Charles DENNIS : performers Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk of the Sowerby Bridge School Board. Certificates of Proficiency examination Joseph WADSWORTH, bespoke boot maker, Moorland House, Norland (Advert ran till the 1st May 1903)

24th October 1902

WALLACES Ltd., The People's Grocers. New shop at 52 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Jam manufacturers, bakers, confectioners, tea blenders, coffee roasters Importers of foreign and colonial produce. 60 branches [Column 4] Go to the Chronicle Office for your private xmas cards Chronicle Office, Town Hall Street, on the passage near Mr.HORSFALL's draper's shop (Advert ran till the 26th December 1902) WEBSTER's Cheap Fents & Drapery. Wholesale and retail 70 Wharf Street and 28 Mitchell Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 20th February 1903) [Column 5] P.SHACKLETON, watchmaker, jeweller, cutler. Under the clock, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge E.ACKROYD, stationer, Town Hall Street Swing satin pocket, containing purse, lost, between the Post Office and Miss Hallewell's, milliner, Wharf Street. Reward [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Primitive Methodist Missionary Anniversary. Revs. F.E.HEAPE, F.PICKERING from Central Africa Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Accounts M.D.PROPERT, auditor R.W.EVANS, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax, clerk to the council Hello! Look out! Sowerby Bridge Tramway Terminus is opposite E.UTTLEY's, the oldest hairdressing shop in Sowerby Bridge. Call and get your hair cut and shaved till the tram arrives (Advert ran till the 17th April 1903)

31st October 1902

[Column 2] Cumberland House, 7 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge. Meat, grocery [Column 5] P.SHACKLETON, watchmaker, jeweller, cutler. Under the clock, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge ROWLINSON, boot repairer, opposite church. Cottage in Charlotte Street, Beech, to let T.GAUKROGER, Canal Mills. Two cottages to let in Mearclough Yard [Column 6] Mr.J.ROBINSON of Elland, Christadelphian lecturer Mr.M.HEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS. Friendly Brass Band Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Tuel Lane Chapel. Rev.R.HEBBRON of Brighouse

7th November 1902

[Column 3] Go and see HALL's Grand Bazaar, Central Hall. Grand show of useful and ornamental articles (Advert ran till the 5th December 1902) [Column 5] P.SHACKLETON, under the clock, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge. Great clearance sale Watches, jewellery, electro-plate, cutlery, clocks, bronzes, spectacles (Advert ran till the 12th December 1902) MITCHELL & Co. Twisters and doffers wanted House to let in Bolton Brow Apply to Mrs.A.CARTER, Hollins Lane or T.F.ROWLINSON, boot repairer, opposite Christ Church (Advert ran till the 2nd January 1903) ROWLINSON, boot repairer, opposite church. Cottage in Charlotte Street, Beech, to let [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer

14th November 1902

[Column 5] MITCHELL & Co. Twisters and doffers wanted ROWLINSON, boot repairer, opposite church. Cottage in Charlotte Street, Beech, to let [Column 6] Mrs.BATIE, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Sowerby Division Liberal Association Right Hon. J.W.MELLOR, K.C., M.P.. Hon.T.A.BRASSEY. F.J.SCHOLEFIELD, J.P.

21st November 1902

[Column 5] MITCHELL & Co. Twisters and doffers wanted [Column 6] Mr.H.G.HEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Sowerby Division Liberal Association Right Hon. J.W.MELLOR, K.C., M.P.. Hon.T.A.BRASSEY. F.J.SCHOLEFIELD, J.P. Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.Canon IVENS Mr.WORSNUP, selling linoleum in the room above Mr.DYSON's warehouse, Greenup's Terrace Wesleyan Chapel, Friendly. Grand sale of work Miss CLAY of Oakleigh J.H.SCOLEFIELD, Eastmoor, Greenroyd, Halifax Mrs.Thomas HENTHORN of Shaw, Lancashire D.I.CLAY, Hollins Hill Misses Amelia PARKER and Miss MARSTON : in charge of the scholars Mr.Sykes STOREY, 8 Rose Cottage, selling season tickets

28th November 1902

William HAIGH, draper, clothier and general dealer, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge Grand Christmas Bazaar (Advert ran till the 2nd January 1903) [Column 5] R.WOOD, reed and heald maker, Corporation Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 17th April 1903) Canvassers wanted for SHOESMITH's Hospital Nurses Remedy Apply Jonathan GREENWOOD, 28 West Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 20th March 1903) W.SCHOFIELD & Son, tailors. Apprentice wanted (Advert ran till the 13th February 1903) [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian speaker Sowerby new Road, Primitive (Methodist?) Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Wesleyan Chapel, Friendly. Grand sale of work Mrs.Thomas HENTHORN of Shaw, Lancashire D.I.CLAY, Hollins Hill 9 Exeter Street, Willow Park, Sowerby Bridge, for sale Owned by Mrs.SMITH who is leaving the country Sold by Dan CROSSLEY, auctioneer, Hebden Bridge

5th December 1902

[Column 5] M.WADE, bespoke tailor, 49 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge Girl, about 14, wanted as a machinist. Overcoats from 35s (Advert ran till the 30th January 1903) HAIGH, 34 Stirling Street, Halifax Competent clerk in posting, balancing and auditing book wants employment (Advert ran till the 6th March 1903) [Column 6] Mr.J.SMITH, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian speaker Sowerby New Road Chapel. Warley Clough Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only Rev.Canon IVENS. The late Eustace WIGZELL

12th December 1902

[Column 4] Have you seen HALL's Grand Xmas Bazaar?, Central Hall. 3 Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian speaker West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.J.Pandy WILLIAMS of Derby (former minister) Sowerby New Road (Chapel). Rev.F.E.HEAPE E.E.STOTT, opposite tram terminus, Sowerby Bridge All kinds of confectionery, teas & refreshments (Advert ran till the 16th January 1903) H.BROADBENT, Hollins Tool Works, Sowerby Bridge. Scott Bank, 6 Hollins Lane for sale or let (Advert ran till the 16th January 1903)

19th December 1902

[Column 4] Have you seen HALL's Grand Xmas Bazaar?, Central Hall. 3 Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge [Column 5] Special Offer. Noted Wedding Rings. P.SHACKLETON, watchmaker, jeweller, optician and cutler Under the clock, Sowerby Bridge. (Advert ran till the 23rd January 1903) H.GAUKROGER, organist, Christ Church. A good bass voice wanted for the choir J.HAIGH, Triangle. Cottages to let at Ripponden and Mill Bank (Advert ran till the 6th February 1903) [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON, Halifax, Christadelphian speaker Sowerby Bridge Spiritualists' Progressive Lyceum, Hollins Lane Mr.C.HOLMES, Bradford, speaker Mr.and Mrs.W.GREENWOOD of Hebden Bridge Primitive Methodist Chapel, Sowerby New Road. Special services Mr.T.MORGAN. Mr.J.WHITTAKER of Halifax Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. J.C.HORSFALL, organist West End Congregational Church. Mr.S.RILEY of Rishworth, organist Sowerby Bridge Cricket Club. Annual General Meeting. W.THOMPSON, honorary secretary

26th December 1902

[Column 4] Have you seen HALL's Grand Xmas Bazaar?, Central Hall. 3 Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge [Column 5] H.GAUKROGER, organist, Christ Church. A good bass voice wanted for the choir [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON, Halifax, Christadelphian speaker Sowerby Bridge Spiritualists' Progressive Lyceum, Hollins Lane Mrs.E.GREEN, Manchester, speaker Mr.and Mrs.W.GREENWOOD of Hebden Bridge Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Watch night service. Rev.F.E.HEAPE

2nd January 1903

[Column 3] Go to the Chronicle Office, Town Hall Street when you want any printing done On the passage near Mr.HORSFALL's draper's shop (Advert ran till the 1st May 1903) [Column 6] J.HAIGH, secretary of the Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club

9th January 1903

[Column 3] Miss AINLEY, milliner and dressmaker, 34 West Street, Sowerby Bridge Annual winter clearance sale (Advert ran till the 6th February 1903) [Column 4] William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Look out for the stocktaking sale (Advert ran till the 23rd January 1903) [Column 6] Mr.J.W.HALSTEAD, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS Old Friends' Tea at Primitive Methodist School, Sowerby New Road Rev.F.E.HEAPE Tickets from: Mr.HOWARD's, Wharf Street; Mr.ROBERTSHAW, 18 Peel Street; Mr.HOYLE, Belmont

16th January 1903

[Column 3] Miss ELLIS, ladies and children's underclothing, 23 Wharf Street. Genuine clearance sale (Advert ran till the 20th February 1903) [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.YEOMANS, popular young minister of Halifax Old Friends' Tea at Primitive Methodist School, Sowerby New Road Rev.F.E.HEAPE Tickets from: Mr.HOWARD's, Wharf Street; Mr.ROBERTSHAW, 18 Peel Street; Mr.HOYLE, Belmont

23rd January 1903

[Column 4] Cookson GREENWOOD, Steps, Sowerby Bridge. Piano, organ and theory of music lessons (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) [Column 5] MITCHELL Brothers, Prospect Mill, Sowerby Bridge. A few reelers wanted [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Old Friends' Tea at Primitive Methodist School, Sowerby New Road

30th January 1903

[Column 4] William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Stocktaking sale [Column 5] SHACKLETON's, watchmaker, jeweller, silversmith, optician and cutler Under the clock, 47 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 10th April 1903) MITCHELL Brothers, Prospect Mill, Sowerby Bridge. A few reelers wanted [Column 6] Sale of work in Primitive Methodist School, Sowerby New Road Mrs.Frank CLAY, Mrs.J.THOMAS, Miss B.HEAPE, Rev.F.E.HEAPE

6th February 1903

J.JACKSON, The Peoples' Outfitter, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge. Unredeemed pledges. Special sale (Advert ran till the 6th March 1903) [Column 4] William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Stocktaking sale [Column 5] MITCHELL Brothers, Prospect Mill, Sowerby Bridge. A few reelers wanted M.WADE, bespoke tailor, 49 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge Girl, 14 to 15, wanted as learner. Overcoats from 35s (Advert ran till the 3rd April 1903) [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Tuel Lane Chapel. Band of Hope Society. Rev.James LONGDEN of Todmorden Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. T.P.PERKS, Halifax Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church, Sowerby Bridge. Public meetings for the Manchester Mission Miss CLAY, president William HAIGH, Raven Lodge Rev.S.F.COLLIER Gypsy SMITH Sisters Of The People Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Gas Department. Tenders Mr.A.W.BISSELL, gas works engineer. R.W.EVANS, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Annual Contracts R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Banks Chambers, Halifax

13th February 1903

RHODES', 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge. The Invicta anti-rheumatic rings (Advert ran till the 3rd July 1903) [Column 4] Try William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Ladies' and children's underclothing (Advert ran till the 27th February 1903) F.N.STANDEVEN, piano tuner and teacher of music, 1 Egremont Terrace, Sowerby Bridge Good pianos should be regularly tuned (Advert ran till 5th June 1903) [Column 5] Valuable shop property in Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge to be sold 68 and 70 Wharf Street (opposite the tram terminus) Mr.Tom HUTCHINSON (Thomas HUTCHINSON), confectioner & tram parcel office, 68 Wharf Street Mr.Charles WEBSTER, fent stores, 70 Wharf Street Mr Richard CROWTHER, 70 Wharf Street Messrs. HUMPHREYS, HIRST & WHITLEY, solicitors, 5 Harrison Road, Halifax A.BOOTH, 84 Wharf Street Respectable youth, about 14, wanted as apprentice to the plumbing and sanitary business [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Mr.E.MARKLEW, Spiritualist speaker The Sowerby Bridge Band Annual General Meeting. A.E.CROSSLEY, corresponding secretary Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Gas Department. Tenders Mr.A.W.BISSELL, gas works engineer. R.W.EVANS, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Annual Contracts R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Banks Chambers, Halifax

20th February 1903

[Column 5] F.SMITH, Stanley Street. Two cellar cottages in Stanley street to let (Advert ran till the 3rd April 1903) [Column 6] Mr.J.SMITH, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby Bridge St.John Ambulance Association. W.TOLLEY, honorary secretary Valuable shop property in Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge to be sold 68 and 70 Wharf Street (opposite the tram terminus) Mr.Tom HUTCHINSON (Thomas HUTCHINSON), confectioner & tram parcel office, 68 Wharf Street Mr.Charles WEBSTER, fent stores, 70 Wharf Street Mr Richard CROWTHER, 70 Wharf Street Messrs. HUMPHREYS, HIRST & WHITLEY, solicitors, 5 Harrison Road, Halifax

27th February 1903

[Column 5] Valuable shop property in Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge to be sold 68 and 70 Wharf Street (opposite the tram terminus) Mr.Tom HUTCHINSON (Thomas HUTCHINSON), confectioner & tram parcel office, 68 Wharf Street Mr.Charles WEBSTER, fent stores, 70 Wharf Street Mr Richard CROWTHER, 70 Wharf Street Messrs. HUMPHREYS, HIRST & WHITLEY, solicitors, 5 Harrison Road, Halifax [Column 6] Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Services for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS. Norland Band Sowerby Bridge St.John Ambulance Association. W.TOLLEY, honorary secretary

6th March 1903

[Column 4] William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge Early Spring Show. New Season's Goods. Dress Goods. Fancy silks. Millinery (Advert ran till the 5th June 1903) [Column 5] Fred WOOD, coal merchant. House to let in Woodland View, Industrial Road [Column 6] West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Revs. G.S.SMITH, W.JOHNSTONE (Holywell Green) Sowerby Bridge St.John Ambulance Association. W.TOLLEY, honorary secretary Joseph LUMB, painter of Triangle. Petition to wind up Mill Bank Building Society Limited STOREY, WILLANS & STOREY, 3 King Cross Street, solicitors, Halifax

13th March 1903

Prudential Assurance Company Limited (54th annual report) Mr.B.MORWOOD, Ryburn Villa, Sowerby Bridge, district superintendent Mr.H.KINDER, Gordon Bank, Luddenden Foot, assistant superintendent Mr.H.GARSIDE, 5 Margate Street, Sowerby Bridge, assistant superintendent [Column 5] BARFORD, STEAD & SIMPSON, Town Hall Street. Child's mailcart for sale Fred WOOD, coal merchant. House to let in Woodland View, Industrial Road A.ASTIN, tailor, 15 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge. Machinist wanted G.RHODES, 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice, about 15 years old, wanted [Column 6] Mr.H.G.HEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer West End Congregational Church. Rev.Harold STOREY, Lightcliffe Warley Clough Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council (tenders for sale of coke) Mr.R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

20th March 1903

High Class Artificial Teeth. Messrs. YOUNG & BURRELL, North Parade, Halifax Attends at Miss AINLEY's, 34 West Street, Sowerby Bridge every Tuesday (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) Ernest G.ACKROYD, decorative painter and paperhanger, started business at 74 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 17th July 1903) [Column 2] Bargains In Carpets, Furniture & Cutlery. E.WHITELEY & Co. (late BOWMAN & Co.), 10 Hollins Mill Lane [Column 5] BARFORD, STEAD & SIMPSON, Town Hall Street. Child's mailcart for sale Fred WOOD, coal merchant. House to let in Woodland View, Industrial Road Miss M.LEACH, 25 Boston Street, Sowerby New Road, Sowerby Bridge. Dressmaking apprentice wanted A.ASTIN, tailor, 15 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge. Machinist wanted G.RHODES, 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice, about 15 years old, wanted [Column 6] Mr.Will PHILIPS, editor of "Two Worlds", Spiritualist speaker Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel Sister Florence (Wesleyan) Revs. W.WHITHAM, W.LAWRENCE Mrs.COATES, eminent Scotch lady preacher Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council (tenders for sale of coke) Mr.R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

27th March 1903

[Column 2] Bargains In Carpets, Furniture & Cutlery. E.WHITELEY & Co. (late BOWMAN & Co.), 10 Hollins Mill Lane [Column 5] BARFORD, STEAD & SIMPSON, Town Hall Street. Child's mailcart for sale Mr.Albert WOOD, Calder House, Sowerby Bridge. General servant, about 20, wanted Miss A.L.SEED, Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge. Dressmaking apprentice wanted Miss M.LEACH, 25 Boston Street, Sowerby New Road, Sowerby Bridge. Dressmaking apprentice wanted A.ASTIN, tailor, 15 Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge. Machinist wanted G.RHODES, 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice, about 15 years old, wanted [Column 6] Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE E.E.STOTT, confectioner and caterer, opposite the tram terminus, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 8th May 1903)

3rd April 1903

[Column 2] Bargains In Carpets, Furniture and Overmantles E.WHITELEY & Co. (late BOWMAN & Co.), 10 Hollins Mill Lane (Advert ran till the 5th February 1904) [Column 3] Morris SUGDEN, house furnisher, 16 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 24th July 1903) Mr.W.WORSNUP, auctioneer, Sowerby Bridge Taken over the Auction Mart, Tuel Lane from Mr.J.H.STEAD. Bank Brewery Offices, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 1st May 1903) [Column 5] James GREENWOOD & Son, Holme Mill, Sowerby Bridge Two girls, about 14 years old, wanted to learn blanket whipping Miss A.L.SEED, Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge. Dressmaking apprentice wanted Miss M.LEACH, 25 Boston Street, Sowerby New Road, Sowerby Bridge. Dressmaking apprentice wanted G.RHODES, 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice, about 15 years old, wanted [Column 6] Mr.RINGROSE of Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.H.Howard MAY Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge Ven.Archdeacon of Halifax. Revs. Canon IVENS, Canon THOMPSON (Chaplain to the Bishop of Wakefield) Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for extension to Luddenden Foot Gas Works Mr.A.W.BISSELL, gas works, Sowerby Bridge R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

10th April 1903

[Column 5] James GREENWOOD & Son, Holme Mill, Sowerby Bridge Two girls, about 14 years old, wanted to learn blanket whipping [Column 6] West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.W.C.EVANS, Sowerby Friendly Wesleyan Sunday School. Revs. John WILSON (Bradford), F.E.HEAPE (Sowerby Bridge) Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for extension to Luddenden Foot Gas Works Mr.A.W.BISSELL, gas works, Sowerby Bridge R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

17th April 1903

[Column 5] F.& J.SHACKLETON, silversmiths. Electro-Plate Silver Ware. 47 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 8th May 1903) Miss FIRTH. House to let (except two rooms), Myrtle Grove, Beech Road (Advert ran till the 29th May 1903) Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society. Enoch HILL, secretary [Column 6] Friendly Wesleyan Sunday School. Revs. John WILSON (Bradford), F.E.HEAPE (Sowerby Bridge) Lancashire And Yorkshire Railway. Pontefract Spring Races Excursions. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge School Board. Proficiency Examination. Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk West Riding County Council Technical Exhibitions. Mr.J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland

24th April 1903

[Column 5] WOOD Brothers, Valley Iron Works. Iron moulding apprentice wanted Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society Local agent: Mr.William WORSNUP, Bank Brewery Offices, Tuel Lane. Enoch HILL, secretary (Advert ran till the 29th May 1903) [Column 6] Mr.J.W.HALSTEAD, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel and Warley Clough Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Lancashire And Yorkshire Railway. Thirsk excursions. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager West Riding County Council Technical Exhibitions. Mr.J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland

1st May 1903

[Column 5] WOOD Brothers, Valley Iron Works. Iron moulding apprentice wanted [Column 6] Lancashire And Yorkshire Railway. Ripon spring race excursions. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager West Riding County Council Technical Exhibitions. Mr.J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland

8th May 1903

[Column 3] William WORSNUP, auctioneer, valuer, accountant and estate agent Offices: Bank Brewery. Sale room: The Auction Mart, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) [Column 6] Sowerby New Road Primitive Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Tuel Lane United Methodist Free Church Sunday School, Sowerby Bridge. Jubilee Anniversary Services Revs. J.P.BURT (circuit minister), F.E.HEAPE Mr.J.BRIGGS of Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer West Riding County Council Technical Exhibitions. Mr.J.H.MITCHELL, Rose Cottage, Greetland

15th May 1903

Milton CLAY, hatter, hosier and outfitter, opposite Sowerby Bridge Church We sell everything a man wears (except boots and suits) (Advert ran till the 21st August 1903) [Column 5] Whilst waiting for the tram, while away the time by looking in at SHACKLETON's, jewellers, under the clock, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 5th June 1903) [Column 6] Mr.M.HEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker. Mrs.HALEY, medium, of Blackpool Mr.J.ROBINSON of Elland, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road and Warley Clough. Rev.F.E.HEAPE St.George's Church, Sowerby Revs. C.S.QUAINTON (vicar of Pellon), Canon IVENS (Vicar of Sowerby Bridge), Norman KING (Vicar of Luddenden) Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. York Spring Races Excursions C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

22nd May 1903

[Column 3] Morris SUGDEN, house furnisher, Sowerby Bridge. 16 Town Hall Street (Advert ran till the 17th July 1903) [Column 5] Mrs.HUTCHINSON, confectioner, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge. General servant wanted Mr.HELM, Oakleigh, Sowerby Bridge. Mearclough House, Walker Lane, Sowerby Bridge, to let (Advert ran till the 26th June 1903) [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE St.George's Church, Sowerby Revs. C.S.QUAINTON (vicar of Pellon), Canon IVENS (Vicar of Sowerby Bridge), Norman KING (Vicar of Luddenden)

29th May 1903

[Column 5] John TURNER & Sons. Painting of two new villas at Burnley Road, near Cote Hill, to let [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer

5th June 1903

Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society Enoch HILL, secretary Mr.William WORSNUP, Bank Brewery Offices, Tuel Lane: Sowerby Bridge agent Mr.William GAUKROGER, Bentley Royd, Sowerby Bridge : Sowerby agent (Advert ran till the 2nd October 1903) [Column 5] John TURNER & Sons. Painting of two new villas at Burnley Road, near Cote Hill, to let [Column 6] Mr.J.W.HALSTEAD, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Lincoln summer races and Beverley races excursions C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

12th June 1903

[Column 4] William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. New goods for the summer season Dress Goods. Fancy silks, Delaines and Muslins (Advert ran till the 21st August 1903) [Column 5] The place to get a reliable timekeeper, watch or clock is SHACKLETON's Watchmakers, silversmiths, opticians, cutlers. Under the clock, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 7th August 1903) F.N.STANDEVEN, piano tuner and teacher of music, 1 Egremont Terrace, Sowerby Bridge. (Pupil of Mr.G.WILMOT-COOPER Mus.Bac. Cantab, Oldham) (Advert ran till the 26th February 1904) J.BARRACLOUGH, Park Road, Bolton Brow. 9 Industrial Place, Industrial Road, to let (Advert ran till the 24th July 1903) LONGBOTHAM and Son, solicitors, Halifax and Ripponden Agistment for horses and cattle at Lister Farm, Ripponden G.A.SHARP, Sowerby New Road. Lady's bicycle for sale [Column 6] Mr.J.SMITH, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Mount Pleasant United Free Methodist Chapel Sunday School, Norland Mr.C.CROWTHER of Greetland, preacher Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for work in Clay Street R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

19th June 1903

[Column 5] LONGBOTHAM and Son, solicitors, Halifax and Ripponden Agistment for horses and cattle at Lister Farm, Ripponden G.A.SHARP, Sowerby New Road. Lady's bicycle for sale RUSHWORTH & Co., Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice to the iron trade wanted, no more than 14 [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for work in Clay Street R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

26th June 1903

[Column 5] J.A.EDWARDS, 25a Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge. Ladies' and gents' cycles for sale HOMFRAY & Co., Ltd., Sowerby Bridge. Boy (or two) wanted for design room RUSHWORTH & Co., Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice to the iron trade wanted, no more than 14 [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer St.Luke's Church, Norland. Revs. W.BEAMISH of Rishworth, Canon THOMPSON ACKROYD, Town Hall Street, for purses (Advert ran till the 11th December 1903)

3rd July 1903

[Column 5] J.A.EDWARDS, 25a Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge. Ladies' and gents' cycles for sale Mr.J.H.BOOCOCK, plumber, 1 East Parade, Bolton Brow, Sowerby Bridge Two houses to let in Hanover Street and Nelson Street, Willow Park Estate, Bolton Brow, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 31st July 1903) R.WOOD, Corporation Street Works. Boy wanted to learn reed making RUSHWORTH & Co., Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice to the iron trade wanted, no more than 14 [Column 6] Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE United Methodist Free Church, Tuel Lane. Rev.J.P.BURT. Miss E.A.MAUDE. Mr.Charles BESWICK August Bank & Rushbearing Holidays. J.W.LODGE, Wharf Street Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Pontefract Summer Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Alec MITCHELL, Charlotte Street, Beech. Pony and trap for hire

10th July 1903

Great Reduction In English and Swiss Watches. G.RHODES, 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) [Column 5] J.A.EDWARDS, 25a Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge. Ladies' and gents' cycles for sale [Column 6] The noted shop for all kinds of repairs. G.RHODES, 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge Watches, clocks, jewellery, spectacles, barometers (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) Mr.J.W.HALSTEAD, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Warley Clough Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE August Bank & Rushbearing Holidays. J.W.LODGE, Wharf Street A.MITCHELL, Charlotte Street, Beech. Small waggonette for hire (Advert ran till the 11th September 1903) G.RHODES, 3 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge Apprentice wanted to watchmaker, jeweller and optician (Advert ran till the 30th October 1903) Sowerby Bridge School Board. Assistant mistress wanted for Tuel Lane Infants' School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge

17th July 1903

[Column 3] Brass table, in memory of two local soldiers and three ambulance men who died in the Boer War, unveiled at Mytholmroyd District Council office [Column 4] Sowerby Bridge School Board. Assistant mistress wanted for Tuel Lane Infants' School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 5] J.A.EDWARDS, 25a Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge. Ladies' and gents' cycles for sale [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Sowerby Bridge Spiritualists' Progressive Lyceum, Hollins Lane Speakers: Mrs.GREENWOOD, Messrs. S.S.CHISWELL, A.WILKINSON, A.KITSON, J.VENABLES, J.CLARK, E.H.KEELING, W.JOHNSON Garden Party at Fern Glen (lent by Mr.A.LAYFIELD) August Bank & Rushbearing Holidays. J.W.LODGE, Wharf Street Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Liverpool Summer Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

24th July 1903

[Column 4] Great Summer Clearance Sale Of Boots and Shoes Alfred S.FIRTH, Central Buildings, opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 4th September 1903) Where to buy your furniture for young married people. (Advert ran till the 4th September 1903) [Column 6] Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Flower service. Rev.Canon IVENS Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Continental excursions. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

31st July 1903

[Column 3] Mr.John Edward GREENWOOD of Glen House, Cragg, Mytholmroyd. Gave 1000 to Halifax Infirmary [Column 6] Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Ripon races. Bank Holiday Excursions C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

7th August 1903

[Column 3] Mr.William LORING appointed to West Riding County Council The Holidays 1903. Go to HALL's. Bags, baskets, post cards, photographic materials 3 Ryburn Buildings [Column 5] J.BARRACLOUGH, Park Road, Bolton Brow. Scullery House, 6 Industrial Place, Hollins, to let Sowerby Bridge School Board. Male and female pupil teachers wanted Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. George H.THOMAS, secretary Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Schoolroom. Farewell service. Rev.T.H.KIRKNESS Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.J.E.THORPE, a Sowerby Bridge young man

14th August 1903

[Column 3] The Holidays 1903. Go to HALL's. Bags, baskets, post cards, photographic materials 3 Ryburn Buildings [Column 5] Cash versus Credit. Easy Payments. F.& J.SHACKLETON. Watchmakers, jewellers and silversmiths. 47 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 25th September 1903) J.BARRACLOUGH, Park Road, Bolton Brow. Scullery House, 6 Industrial Place, Hollins, to let Sowerby Bridge School Board. Male and female pupil teachers wanted Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] United Special Services. Sowerby New Road Primitive Chapel. West End Congregational Chapel Rev.F.E.HEAPE Mr.J.BRIGGS of Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Stockton on Tees races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council

21st August 1903

[Column 5] J.BARRACLOUGH, Park Road, Bolton Brow. Scullery House, 6 Industrial Place, Hollins, to let Sowerby Bridge School Board. Male and female pupil teachers wanted Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Mr.J.SMITH of Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Mr.H.G.HEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Sowerby Bridge and District Canine Society. W.H.MORTON, secretary Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. York summer races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council

28th August 1903

[Column 4] William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Autumn Season. New Goods Gents' and Boys' Overcoats, Raincoats and Suits. Boots and Shoes (Advert ran till the 20th November 1903) [Column 5] J.BARRACLOUGH, Park Road, Bolton Brow. Scullery House, 6 Industrial Place, Hollins, to let

4th September 1903

[Column 5] T.ROWLINSON, boot and shoe repairer, Opposite Christ Church Cottage to let, Charlotte Street, Beech WOOD Brothers, engineers, Sowerby Bridge. Office boy wanted, not more than 14 [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS of Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.J.ELLISON Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Wesleyan Chapel, Friendly. Rev.Robert RENTON of Brighouse Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Doncaster races. Excursions to Londonderry C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Urban District Council of Sowerby M.D.PROPERT, district auditor Edgar BOOTH, solicitor, 7 Harrison Road, Halifax, clerk to the council

11th September 1903

[Column 5] T.ROWLINSON, boot and shoe repairer, Opposite Christ Church Cottage to let, Charlotte Street, Beech WOOD Brothers, engineers, Sowerby Bridge. Office boy wanted, not more than 14 [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN of Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer St.Luke's Church, Norland. Revs. Canon THOMPSON, Canon IVENS West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Revs. G.S.SMITH, J.P.BURT Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Doncaster races. Excursions to Londonderry C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Urban District Council of Sowerby M.D.PROPERT, district auditor Edgar BOOTH, solicitor, 7 Harrison Road, Halifax, clerk to the council Sowerby Bridge School Board Ex.-P.T. assistant mistress wanted for Bolton Brow Infants' School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge

18th September 1903

[Column 5] T.ROWLINSON, boot and shoe repairer, Opposite Christ Church Cottage to let, Charlotte Street, Beech WOOD Brothers, engineers, Sowerby Bridge. Office boy wanted, not more than 14 [Column 6] Mr.J.SMITH of Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.J.W.F.WALKER, Vicar of Sowerby Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Pontefract Autumn races. Manchester Autumn Races C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge School Board Ex.-P.T. assistant mistress wanted for Bolton Brow Infants' School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge

25th September 1903

[Column 5] T.ROWLINSON, boot and shoe repairer, Opposite Christ Church Cottage to let, Charlotte Street, Beech WOOD Brothers, engineers, Sowerby Bridge. Office boy wanted, not more than 14 [Column 6] Mrs.BATIE, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Tuel Lane United Free Methodist Chapel, Sowerby Bridge Mr.C.BESWICK Revs. W.R.SUNMAN of Crewe, J.W.MAWER, J.P.BURT St.George's, Sowerby Revs. J.MEREDITH (vicar of Luddenden Foot), E.BRIERLEY (Vicar of Thorpe), S.F.LAYCOCK (Vicar of St.George's) St.John Ambulance Association, Sowerby Bridge Centre. Drs. BROWN, DUNN Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. S.WILKINSON, architect Sowerby Bridge School Board. Male or female Ex-P.T. wanted for Sowerby New Road Mixed School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge

2nd October 1903

[Column 5] Henry BROADBENT, Hollins Tool Works, Sowerby Bridge. "Scott Bank", 6 Hollins Lane to let T.ROWLINSON, boot and shoe repairer, opposite Church or Mrs.A.CARTER, Hollins Lane Cottage to let, Charlotte Street, Beech (Advert ran till the 25th December 1903) [Column 6] Royal Hotel, Sowerby Bridge E.F.SMITH, proprietor Miss G.P.LANKETT, concert room musical director (Advert ran till the 5th February 1904) Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER of Lincoln, new appointed Superintendent Minister Rev.F.E.HEAPE, Primitive Methodist Minister Rev.T.H.KIDD St.John Ambulance Association, Sowerby Bridge Centre. Drs. BROWN, DUNN Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. S.WILKINSON, architect Sowerby Bridge School Board. Male or female Ex-P.T. wanted for Sowerby New Road Mixed School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge

9th October 1903

Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society Enoch HILL, secretary Mr.William WORSNUP, Bank Brewery Offices, Tuel Lane: Sowerby Bridge and West End agent Mr.William GAUKROGER, Bentley Royd, Sowerby Bridge : Sowerby agent Mr.W.H.WORMALD, schoolmaster, The Cottage: Luddenden agent Mr.Henry MOSES, newsagent, Milner Place: Luddenden Foot agent (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) [Column 3] School Board Meeting Alderman J.WADE, Mayor of Halifax [Column 5] Sowerby Urban District Council. Accounts M.D.PROPERT, district auditor Edgar BOOTH, solicitor, 7 Harrison Road, Halifax, clerk to the council, Mantles 5 for 1s. Incandescent lights from 9d Albert BOOTH, certified plumber, modern and domestic sanitary engineer, 84 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 29th January 1904) Henry BROADBENT, Hollins Tool Works, Sowerby Bridge. "Scott Bank", 6 Hollins Lane to let [Column 6] Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Great Treat Revs. R.CREWDSON of Scarborough, BURT, FOX, HEAPE Wesleyan Chapel, Friendly. Rev.W.HUNT of Hebden Bridge

16th October 1903

[Column 3] Mr.Alec CHARLTON of Rawdon, new pastor at Pellon, Halifax [Column 5] Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax WHITWORTH, jeweller, next to Co-Operative Stores, West End, Sowerby Bridge Columbia phonograph with eight records for sale. 50s Henry BROADBENT, Hollins Tool Works, Sowerby Bridge. "Scott Bank", 6 Hollins Lane to let James GREENWOOD & Son, Ltd., Holme Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Cotton twiner piecer aged 15 wanted [Column 6] Sowerby Bridge Philharmonic Society. Formed by the trustees of the late Choral Society Mr.E.CONSTANTINE, Union Bank, Sowerby Bridge, secretary Forms from Mr.W.H.HALL, newsagent, Sowerby Bridge Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Newcastle Autumn Races. Thirsk Autumn Races C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Urban District of Sowerby Bridge. Infectious Disease (Notification) Acts 1889 and 1899 Chicken Pox now notifiable R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

23rd October 1903

[Column 5] Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax WHITWORTH, jeweller, next to Co-Operative Stores, West End, Sowerby Bridge Columbia phonograph with eight records for sale. 50s James GREENWOOD & Son, Ltd., Holme Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Cotton twiner piecer aged 15 wanted [Column 6] Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Sowerby Bridge Spiritualists' Progressive Lyceum, Hollins Lane Mr.H.G.HEY, Halifax, speaker Grand Sale of Work: Mrs.Alfred BAILEY of Halifax, Mr.RINGROSE of Halifax, Miss SUTCLIFFE of Slaithwaite, John SUTCLIFFE of Slaithwaite, Mrs.WALLIS of London, Mr.B.LEES, society president Solos by Misses Harriet MOORE of Sowerby Bridge and Florence B.COLE of Halifax Advertisement stall arranged by Mr.G.HOWARTH Sowerby Bridge Philharmonic Society. Formed by the trustees of the late Choral Society Mr.E.CONSTANTINE, Union Bank, Sowerby Bridge, secretary Forms from Mr.W.H.HALL, newsagent, Sowerby Bridge

30th October 1903

[Column 2] Marriage of Mr.Charles TREVELYAN, M.P. for Elland, to Miss Mary BELL to take place in January in London [Column 5] Don't Buy Hardware Blindly J.H.SHOESMITH, iron and tin plate worker, mill furnisher and ironmonger, 61 and 63 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 23rd September 1904) WHITWORTH, jeweller, next to Co-Operative Stores, West End, Sowerby Bridge Columbia phonograph with eight records for sale. 50s A.ASTIN, clothier, Town Hall Street. 13 South View, Tuel Lane, to let (Advert ran till the 27th November 1903) Francis BERRY & Sons, Calder Dale Iron Works, Sowerby Bridge. Office boy wanted, aged about 14 [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS. Friendly Brass Band AKROYD, auctioneer, Weymouth Street, Halifax. Surplus furniture and trade stocks purchased (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) Games of all kinds at E.ACKROYDS, 22 Town Hall Street (Advert ran till the 13th May 1904)

6th November 1903

[Column 5] WHITWORTH, jeweller, next to Co-Operative Stores, West End, Sowerby Bridge Columbia phonograph with eight records for sale. 50s Hoyle House, Warley, to let. Apply to Mrs.PARKER on the premises (Advert ran till the 4th December 1903) [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Christadelphian lecturer West End Congregation School. P.T.E.(Pleasant Thursday Evening) Mrs.WHEELER, Brighouse, giving address Sowerby Bride Urban District Council. Accounts M.D.PROPERT, auditor R.W.EVANS, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax, clerk to the council Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Liverpool Autumn Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

13th November 1903

[Column 3] Mabel HUTCHINSON, missing Hebden Bridge girl [Column 5] Clocks, Bronzes. 2/6 in the Discount. F.& J.SHACKLETON, 47 Wharf Street 17 year old youth wanted as apprentice to the Corn Milling trade Apply Mr.J.DAVENPORT, manager, The Flour Society, Union Mill, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Mr.J.W.HALSTEAD, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Chapel. Gospel mission. Rev.A.BALDWIN from Africa. Halifax Mission Band Sowerby Bridge School Board. Labour Certificate Examination. Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk Ellison Memorial Schools, Sowerby Bridge, Annual sale of work Colonel HARRIS, C.B. Rev.Canon IVENS Frank CLAY, J.W.WHITELEY. R.W.EVANS, J.P., George WHITELEY Mr.J.MEADOWS, treasurer Daryl I.MALLINSON, Hon. secretary

20th November 1903

[Column 5] Clocks, Bronzes. 2/6 in the Discount. F.& J.SHACKLETON, 47 Wharf Street Sowerby Bridge School Board. Ex-P.T. wanted for Sowerby New Road Mixed School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Sowerby Bridge School Board. Labour Certificate Examination. Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk Primitive Methodist Chapel, Sowerby New Road. Halifax Mission Band West End Congregation School, Sowerby Bridge. P.T.E.(Pleasant Thursday Evening) Rev.Scott COATES, Elland, giving address Sowerby Bridge Subscription Brass Band Mr.LODGE's connection with the band severed H.BRIGGS, secretary Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society. West End Branch. W.WORSNUP, agent Ellison Memorial Schools, Sowerby Bridge, Annual sale of work Colonel HARRIS, C.B. Rev.Canon IVENS Frank CLAY, J.W.WHITELEY. R.W.EVANS, J.P., George WHITELEY Mr.J.MEADOWS, treasurer Daryl I.MALLINSON, Hon. secretary Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Manchester Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

27th November 1903

[Column 4] William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge Christmas Cards, Presents, Children's Books, Ornaments. Seasonable Millinery. Choice Materials (Advert ran till the 1st January 1904) [Column 5] Clocks, Bronzes. 2/6 in the Discount. F.& J.SHACKLETON, 47 Wharf Street A.HAWORTH Sons, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice wanted for the machine tool trade Sowerby Bridge School Board. Ex-P.T. wanted for Sowerby New Road Mixed School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge Alfred S.FIRTH, boot manufacturer, Sowerby Bridge All premises of the Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club Trustees to let (Advert ran till the 11th March 1904) [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.G.J.WILLIAMS of Sion Church, Halifax Miss GAUKROGER, 77 Claremont. Lost a black satin bag HALL's Grand Christmas Show Central Hall, Central Buildings, Sowerby Bridge and Ryburn Buildings Books, Bibles, Christmas Cards, New Year Cards

4th December 1903

[Column 3] HALL's Grand Christmas Show Central Hall, Central Buildings, Sowerby Bridge and Ryburn Buildings Books, Bibles, Christmas Cards, New Year Cards The Eclipse Bedding Co., Willow Park Works, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 18th March 1904) [Column 5] Christmas Presents. F.&J.SHACKLETON, jewellers, 47 Wharf Street (Advert ran till the 1st January 1904) J.W.BARKER, Willow Park, Sowerby Bridge. Gramophone records for sale (Advert ran till the 12th February 1904) A.HAWORTH Sons, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice wanted for the machine tool trade [Column 6] Warley Clough Primitive Methodist School. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS, vicar Norland Primitive Methodist Church. Rev.F.E.HEAPE West End Congregation School, Sowerby Bridge. P.T.E.(Pleasant Thursday Evening) Rev.F.E.HEAPE, giving address Solos by Miss ASTIN and Miss M.BARKER Recital Miss EDWARDS Mr.E.HORSFALL, accompanist Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society. Sowerby Bridge Branch. W.WORSNUP, agent Ellison Memorial Schools, Sowerby Bridge. Sale of work Miss RAWSON, Mill House Rev.Canon IVENS Frank CLAY. J.W.WHITELEY. R.W.EVANS J.P. George WHITELEY, J.P Mr.J.MEADOWS, treasurer Daryl I.MALLINSON, Hon.Secretary

11th December 1903

[Column 3] HALL's Grand Christmas Show Central Hall, Central Buildings, Sowerby Bridge and Ryburn Buildings Books, Bibles, Christmas Cards, New Year Cards [Column 5] Christmas Cake. Potted meat, mince meat &c. E.E.HUTCHINSON (late E.E.STOTT), 68 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Sowerby Bridge School Board. Certificated or Ex-P.T.assistant wanted for Tuel Lane Boys' School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart. 8 Egerton Street to let (Advert ran till the 12th February 1904) [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON, Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Ellison Memorial Schools, Sowerby Bridge. Sale of work Miss RAWSON, Mill House Rev.Canon IVENS Frank CLAY J.W.WHITELEY R.W.EVANS J.P George WHITELEY, J.P Mr.J.MEADOWS, treasurer Daryl I.MALLINSON, Hon.Secretary Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Recreation Ground Bye-Laws. R.W.EVANS, clerk Mrs.AUGUST, dressmaker. Moved to 70 The Hollins

18th December 1903

HALL's, Central Buildings, Sowerby Bridge. Grand Christmas Show Books, Christmas Cards. New Year's Cards, Picture Post Cards. Xmas Presents (Picture of show room) [Column 5] Christmas Cake. Potted meat, mince meat &c. E.E.HUTCHINSON (late E.E.STOTT), 68 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge A.HAWORTH Sons, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice wanted for the machine tool trade Sowerby Bridge School Board. Certificated or Ex-P.T.assistant wanted for Tuel Lane Boys' School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Selections from the "Messiah" Singers: Misses H.MOORE, E.WADSWORTH and Messrs. A.PLATT, H.RICKARD Mr.S.RILEY, organist Mr.B.WADSWORTH, conductor Rev.G.S.SMITH Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Recreation Ground Bye-Laws. R.W.EVANS, clerk Mrs.AUGUST, dressmaker. Moved to 70 The Hollins

25th December 1903

HALL's, Central Buildings, Sowerby Bridge. Grand Christmas Show Books, Christmas Cards. New Year's Cards, Picture Post Cards. Xmas Presents (Picture of show room) [Column 5] Christmas Cake. Potted meat, mince meat &c. E.E.HUTCHINSON (late E.E.STOTT), 68 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge A.HAWORTH Sons, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice wanted for the machine tool trade Sowerby Bridge School Board. Certificated or Ex-P.T.assistant wanted for Tuel Lane Boys' School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian Lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Chapel. Mr.R.BARKER, organist. Rev.F.E.HEAPE United Methodist Free Church, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge. Annual sale of work Mr.Edwin BENTLEY of Derby. Messrs. Garside WILCOCK, B.MORWOOD, D.KIDSON. Miss BARRON Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Recreation Ground Bye-Laws. R.W.EVANS, clerk Mrs.AUGUST, dressmaker. Moved to 70 The Hollins

1st January 1904

[Column 5] Christmas Cake. Potted meat, mince meat &c. E.E.HUTCHINSON (late E.E.STOTT), 68 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge A.HAWORTH Sons, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice wanted for the machine tool trade Sowerby Bridge School Board. Certificated or Ex-P.T.assistant wanted for Tuel Lane Boys' School Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Recreation Ground Bye-Laws. R.W.EVANS, clerk Mrs.AUGUST, dressmaker. Moved to 70 The Hollins Lessons on the Piano. Miss WOOD, Harper Royd, Norland (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) Turkish Baths at Home. Century Thermal Bath Cabinet S.RILEY, sole local agent, 2 Willow Terrace, Sowerby Bridge S.HOWARD, stationer, 29 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (advert ran till the 1st April 1904)

8th January 1904

[Column 4] William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Look Out for the Annual Stocktaking Sale (Advert ran till the 29th January 1904) [Column 5] Mrs.HUTCHINSON, confectioner. Parcel boy wanted [Column 6] Mrs.BOTTOMLEY, Sowerby Bridge, Spiritualist speaker Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS. Sowerby Bridge Brass Band Aged People's Tea at the Primitive Methodist Schoolroom Rev.and Mrs.HEAPE. Mr.A.PRATT and Party, entertainment Tickets from Mr.HOWARD, Wharf Street; Mr.ROBERTSHAW, Peel Street; Mr.W.HOYLE, Belmont Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Recreation Ground Bye-Laws. R.W.EVANS, clerk

15th January 1904

[Column 6] Mrs.BATIE, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Mr.J.SMITH, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Aged People's Tea at the Primitive Methodist Schoolroom Rev.and Mrs.HEAPE. Mr.A.PRATT and Party, entertainment Tickets from Mr.HOWARD, Wharf Street; Mr.ROBERTSHAW, Peel Street; Mr.W.HOYLE, Belmont

22nd January 1904

[Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON, Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Aged People's Tea at the Primitive Methodist Schoolroom Rev.and Mrs.HEAPE. Mr.A.PRATT and Party, entertainment Tickets from Mr.HOWARD, Wharf Street; Mr.ROBERTSHAW, Peel Street; Mr.W.HOYLE, Belmont Physical Culture. Ladies' Classes at West End School Room Teacher: Miss Violet WHITE of Halifax Miss L.M.TAYLOR, District Nurse, Hollins Sowerby Bridge School Board. Special Examination for Certificates of Proficiency Richard H.WHITWORTH, clerk, 1 Dalton Street, Sowerby Bridge

29th January 1904

[Column 5] Alfred S.FIRTH's Annual Winter Clearance Sale of Boots and Shoes Central Buildings, Opposite Town Hall, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 11th March 1904) [Column 6] Primitive Methodist Church, New Road. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Central Hall, Ripponden. Rishworth Vocal Union Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society. W.WORSNUP, secretary Sale of Work at Primitive School, Sowerby New Road, Sowerby Bridge Edwin CLAY Councillor J.TURNER J.S.HIGHAM, J.P Councillor G.WHITELEY, J.P Miss HEAPE Councillor S.PARK Rev.F.E.HEAPE

5th February 1904

[Column 4] William HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge For all kinds of general and fancy drapery, underclothing, millinery, ladies' and gents' boots, mantles and jackets (Advert ran till the 15th April 1904) [Column 5] Joe WADDINGTON (Joseph WADDINGTON), painter and decorator, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge Apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS of Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Gas Department. Tenders Mr.A.W.BISSELL, engineer, gas works, Sowerby Bridge R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

12th February 1904

[Column 4] W.SCHOFIELD & Son, The Ladies' and Gentlemens' Tailors Moved from 9 Wharf Street to 2 Tuel Lane (next to the Yorkshire Penny Bank) [Column 5] Joe WADDINGTON (Joseph WADDINGTON), decorator, sign writer, paperhanger &c., Penny Bank Buildings, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 26th August 1904) Joe WADDINGTON (Joseph WADDINGTON), painter and decorator, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge Apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN of Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. Opening of new premises. J.S.HIGHAM, J.P. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Steeplechases at Manchester. Waterloo Coursing Meeting C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Gas Department. Tenders Mr.A.W.BISSELL, engineer, gas works, Sowerby Bridge R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax

19th February 1904

[Column 4] W.SCHOFIELD & Son, The Ladies' and Gentlemens' Tailors, 2 Tuel Lane (next door to the Yorkshire Penny Bank) (Advert ran till the 26th August 1904) [Column 5] W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Found Lady's Dress Shoes Sowerby Urban District Council. Six cottages for sale at Mirey Lane, Sowerby Edgar BOOTH, clerk to the council, 7 Harrison Road, Halifax Joe WADDINGTON (Joseph WADDINGTON), painter and decorator, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge Apprentice wanted A.BOOTH, plumber, 84 Wharf Street. 22 Industrial Road to let (Advert ran till the 8th April 1904) [Column 6] Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. Opening of new premises John S.HIGHAM, J.P. of Accrington Councillor Emmanuel MITCHELL Councillor A.CLAY, Sowerby Division Liberal Association president Humourous sketches by Mr.A.BINGLEY of Halifax The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Artificial Stone Garden Vases. Mr.WORSNUP Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Recreation Ground Bye-Laws R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council

26th February 1904

[Column 5] Sowerby Urban District Council. Six cottages for sale at Mirey Lane, Sowerby Edgar BOOTH, clerk to the council, 7 Harrison Road, Halifax Joe WADDINGTON (Joseph WADDINGTON), painter and decorator, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge Apprentice wanted E.HANSON, Sowerby New Road, Sowerby Bridge. Apprentice to joiner and builder wanted [Column 6] Sowerby Bridge Ladies' School Of Physical Culture Miss L.M.TAYLOR, district nurse, The Hollins Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society. Sowerby Bridge and West End branches meeting W.WORSNUP, agent The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Artificial Stone Garden Vases. Mr.WORSNUP Miss E.WADSWORTH, R.A.M., Contralto vocalist, 78 Linden Place, Burnley Road. Singing lessons (Advert ran till the 16th September 1904)

4th March 1904

[Column 5] Real Bargains. Tempting offers. Genuine Sale. F.& J.SHACKLETON's, 47 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Watches, clocks, jewellery, electro-plate and cutlery (Advert ran till the 1st April 1904) Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for cleaning ashpits and privies. T.GRIME Miss BERRY, 9 Egremont Street, Sowerby New Road. Dressmaking apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS Bible Sunday. The centenary of the British and Foreign Bible Society G.S.SMITH and C.W.HOWARD, Hon. Secs. P.T.E. (Pleasant Thursday Evening). West End Congregational School, Sowerby Bridge Rev.J.LAWSON, Ovenden Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. Debate. Rev.W.C.EVANS v. Mr.H.BLACKBURN Sowerby Bridge Ladies' School Of Physical Culture Miss L.M.TAYLOR, district nurse, The Hollins

11th March 1904

[Column 3] Miss BERRY, 9 Egremont Street, Sowerby New Road. Dressmaking apprentice wanted [Column 5] St.John Ambulance Association. Sowerby Bridge Centre. William TOLLEY, Hon.Sec. Sowerby Bridge Liberal Debating Society. Mr.F.TOMBS Central Hall, Ripponden. "Robin Hood" by the Rishworth Vocal Union Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for cleaning ashpits and privies. T.GRIME [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON, Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for women only Rev.Canon IVENS Mrs.Hodgson WRIGHT's Home for Incurables New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel Anniversary Mrs.COATES, eminent Scotch preacher Councillor Frank CLAY J.H.SCHOLEFIELD

18th March 1904

[Column 5] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer P.T.E. (Pleasant Thursday Evening). West End Congregational School, Rev.J.FOX Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Lincoln Spring Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for sale of coke R.W.EVANS, clerk to the councill, Commercial Bank Chambers Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for cleaning ashpits and privies. T.GRIME Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for road works R.W.EVANS, clerk to the councill, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax [Column 6] New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel Anniversary Mrs.COATES, eminent Scotch preacher Councillor Frank CLAY J.H.SCHOLEFIELD West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge Revs. G.S.SMITH, Albert BAGE (Stannery Church, Halifax) Sowerby Bridge Liberal Debating Society. Mr.T.HOEY

25th March 1904

[Column 3] Important to Chicken Rearers. Spratt's Patent Chicken Meal. HALL's, 3 Ryburn Buildings (Advert ran till the 13th May 1904) [Column 5] Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for sale of coke R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for cleaning ashpits and privies. T.GRIME Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for road works R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax Seeds. Seeds. Seeds. At HALL's, Ryburn Buildings (Advert ran till the 6th May 1904) Arthur HOYLE, Allan Park, Sowerby Bridge. Three or four hen cotes for sale (Advert ran till the 22nd April 1904) Wanted, People Who Have Bought Cloth. M.WADE's, tailor, Sowerby Street (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) [Column 6] Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. T.Herbert KIDD, G.Heathcote BARKER Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge Right Rev. Bishop THORNTON, Vicar of Blackburn Rev.Canon IVENS Rev Canon THOMPSON, Diocesan Chaplain to the Bishop of Wakefield James HOLT, grocer?, 1 Bolton Brow. Sowerby Bridge Band (Advert ran till the 19th August 1904)

1st April 1904

[Column 5] Mrs.FARRAR, 5 Sterling Street, King Cross Lane, Halifax Apprentice wanted for dress and mantle making Miss BERRY, 9 Egremont Street, Sowerby New Road. Dressmaking apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.H.G.HEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Mr.J.SMITH, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. T.Herbert KIDD, G.Heathcote BARKER We, The Weavers at Sowerby Bridge, on Strike Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Manchester races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

8th April 1904

[Column 5] R.WOOD, Corporation Street, Sowerby Bridge. Heald rugs for sale (Advert ran till the 10th June 1904) Mrs.FARRAR, 5 Sterling Street, King Cross Lane, Halifax Apprentice wanted for dress and mantle making Miss BERRY, 9 Egremont Street, Sowerby New Road. Dressmaking apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER. Mr.F.WOLFENDEN

15th April 1904

[Column 5] GREENWOOD's, Holme Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Twiner piecer wanted [Column 6] Mr.J.W.HALSTEAD, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Mr.J.H.BUTTERWORTH of Hubberton. Mr.George WRIGHT Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Pontefract Spring Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

22nd April 1904

[Column 4] Spring Show. W.HAIGH's, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge The latest fashions and fabrics in ladies' and gentlemens's clothing (Advert ran till the 17th June 1904) [Column 5] W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Small grocery business in Sowerby Bridge for sale (Advert ran till the 20th May 1904) W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Surplus furniture wanted (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Myrtle Villa, Beech Road to let [Column 6] West Riding Farmers' Association. J.W.LONGBOTTOM, local secretary Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Thirsk Spring Races. Lincoln Pleasure Fair C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

29th April 1904

[Column 5] Fred WOOD, coal merchant. House at Woodland View, Industrial Road to let (Advert ran till the 12th August 1904) W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Myrtle Villa, Beech Road to let [Column 6] Norland Baptist Sunday School Rev.W.A.LIVINGSTONE of Brearley. Mr.John SUTCLIFFE of Heptonstall Slack Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. T.Herbert KIDD, G.Heathcote BARKER Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Chester Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

6th May 1904

[Column 5] W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Lady's "Swift" bicycle for sale Caretaker wanted for United Methodist Free Church, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge Apply to B.ROBINSON, 4 Newton Street, Sowerby Bridge W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Myrtle Villa, Beech Road to let [Column 6] United Methodist Free Church, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge Rev.W.H.Cory HARRIS, Manchester Rev.H.C.RENSHAW of Hebden Bridge St.George's Church, Sowerby Rev.Canon IVENS, Vicar of Sowerby Bridge Rev.Dr.J.W.HALL of Halifax Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Improvements to Boston Street R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council

13th May 1904

[Column 3] Lewis CROSSLEY, Mearclough Gardens and 65 Wakefield Road. Bouquets, wreaths and floral tribute (Advert ran till the 10th June 1904) [Column 5] W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Lady's "Swift" bicycle for sale GREENWOOD & Son, Holme Mill. Twiner piecer wanted, 15 or 16 years old [Column 6] The Sowerby Bridge Public Library Closed during the funeral of Thomas HOEY, committee secretary W.HAIGH, chairman Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer St.George's Church, Sowerby Rev.Canon IVENS, Vicar of Sowerby Bridge Rev.Dr.J.W.HALL of Halifax Bolton Brow Wesleyan Sunday School, Sowerby Bridge Rev. T.Bowman STEPHENSON of Ilkley. Rev.Albert R.EDGERLEY of Elland Warley Congregational Sunday School. Rev.William HAIGH of Sowerby Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Improvements to Boston Street R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council Wilful Mischief. Tulips stolen from the garden of Mr.Edwin HORNER, Hollins Lane. Reward

20th May 1904

[Column 5] W.WORSNUP, The Auction Mart, Sowerby Bridge. Lady's "Swift" bicycle for sale GREENWOOD & Son, Holme Mill. Twiner piecer wanted, 15 or 16 years old [Column 6] Mrs.BATIE, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Chapel and Warley Clough. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Manchester races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

27th May 1904

[Column 3] Mr.and Mrs.James STANSFIELD of Hall Gate, Mytholmroyd. Golden wedding Husband aged 78, wife aged 79 [Column 5] GREENWOOD & Son, Holme Mill. Twiner piecer wanted, 15 or 16 years old [Column 6] Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.George FRAYN of King Cross Charlie WHITELEY (Charles WHITELEY), draper, 16 West Street, Sowerby Bridge Annual stocktaking sale (Advert ran till the 1st July 1904)

3rd June 1904

[Column 3] Prayer and Church Hymns. HALL's, the bookseller, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. G.Heathcote BARKER, T.H.KIDD Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Lincoln races. Beverley races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager New Wesleyan Hymn Book. HALL's, the bookseller, Sowerby Bridge

10th June 1904

[Column 3] Prayer and Church Hymns. HALL's, the bookseller, Sowerby Bridge [Column 5] F.N.STANDEVEN, piano tuner and repairer, 1 Egremont Street, Sowerby New Road Two second hand pianos for sale James A.JESSOP, 2 Foundry Street, Sowerby Bridge. 21 Sowerby Street to let (Advert ran till the 29th July 1904) [Column 6] Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Mr.H.G.HEY, Spiritualist speaker Mr.J.W.HALSTEAD, Christadelphian lecturer Wesleyan Mission Chapel, Sowerby Bridge. Mr.A.H.HOBLEY of Elland Mount Pleasant United Free Methodist Sunday School, Norland. Mr.Jonathan PICKLES of Sowerby New Wesleyan Hymn Book. HALL's, the bookseller, Sowerby Bridge

17th June 1904

[Column 3] Prayer and Church Hymns. HALL's, the bookseller, Sowerby Bridge [Column 5] F.N.STANDEVEN, piano tuner and repairer, 1 Egremont Street, Sowerby New Road Two second hand pianos for sale J.H.BOOCOCK, plumber, 1 East Parade. Apprentice wanted J.H.BOOCOCK, plumber, 1 East Parade. 23 Hanover Street to let (Advert ran till the 2nd September 1904) [Column 6] Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge Rev.J.R.BAILEY of Eccles Mr.D.H.LAWSON of Dewsbury Friendly String Band Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Newcastle Summer Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager New Wesleyan Hymn Book. HALL's, the bookseller, Sowerby Bridge

24th June 1904

[Column 3] Prayer and Church Hymns. HALL's, the bookseller, Sowerby Bridge [Column 4] W.HAIGH, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Summer Season. Fancy flannels, muslins and silks (Advert ran till the 2nd September 1904) [Column 5] F.N.STANDEVEN, piano tuner and repairer, 1 Egremont Street, Sowerby New Road Two second hand pianos for sale J.H.BOOCOCK, plumber, 1 East Parade. Apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.T.H.KIDD. Mr.S.EMMOTT Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Sunday School Professor WARDLE of Manchester College Councillor J.Walker CLARK, Halifax Norland St.Luke's Church. Revs. Handel ROWE (Vicar of St.Augustine's), J.I.BEAMISH Industrial Road Baptist Church. Rev.J.FOX, pastor New Wesleyan Hymn Book. HALL's, the bookseller, Sowerby Bridge

1st July 1904

[Column 5] F.N.STANDEVEN, piano tuner and repairer, 1 Egremont Street, Sowerby New Road Two second hand pianos for sale J.H.BOOCOCK, plumber, 1 East Parade. Apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER Industrial Road Baptist Church. Rev.J.FOX, pastor New Road Chapel and Warley Clough. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Pontefract Summer Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

8th July 1904

[Column 5] J.H.BOOCOCK, plumber, 1 East Parade. Apprentice wanted [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.T.H.KIDD Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Preachers Mr.A.ARTIST and Mr.S.MASON West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Revs. G.S.SMITH, G.BAWN Royal Halifax Infirmary. Great Street Procession F.M.BATLEY, H.CRAVEN and A.MIDGLEY: Hon.Secs.

15th July 1904

[Column 6] Mrs.CROSSLEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Mr.John SMITH, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Messrs. J.W.SYKES, Thomas EDWARDS: speakers Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.J.W.VEEVERS Sowerby Bridge Lifeboat. Choir Contest Mr.A.SUTCLIFFE, 50 Edward Street, Sowerby Bridge, Field Secretary Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Liverpool Summer Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Royal Halifax Infirmary. Great Street Procession C.HOLDSWORTH, J.P., lent grounds adjoining Huddersfield Road F.M.BATLEY, H.CRAVEN and A.MIDGLEY: Hon.Secs. For purses, &c. E.ACKROYD's, Fancy Stationary Repository, 22 Town Hall Street (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904)

22nd July 1904

[Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.T.H.KIDD. Mr.J.FIELDING, Halifax Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. W.BRADBURY of Buxton. Rev.J.WILKINSON of Halifax Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Garden Party Councillor A.CLAY, lent Willow House Friendly Brass Band Sowerby Bridge Lifeboat. Choir Contest Mr.A.SUTCLIFFE, 50 Edward Street, Sowerby Bridge, Field Secretary Royal Halifax Infirmary. Great Street Procession C.HOLDSWORTH, J.P., lent grounds adjoining Huddersfield Road F.M.BATLEY, H.CRAVEN and A.MIDGLEY: Hon.Secs.

29th July 1904

[Column 6] Mrs.BATIE, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER. Mr.George WRIGHT, speaker Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.G.S.SMITH Sowerby Bridge Lifeboat Demonstration Mr.A.SUTCLIFFE, 50 Edward Street, Sowerby Bridge, Field Secretary

5th August 1904

[Column 6] Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. T.H.KIDD, G.Heathcote BARKER Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.G.S.SMITH Sowerby Bridge Lifeboat Demonstration Mr.A.SUTCLIFFE, 50 Edward Street, Sowerby Bridge, Field Secretary Notice by the Urban Sanitary Authority of Sowerby Bridge. T.GRIME, nuisance inspector

12th August 1904

[Column 5] Milner Royd Dyeworks, Sowerby Bridge. To be let R.W.EVANS, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax, clerk to the Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council (Advert ran till the 23rd September 1904) [Column 6] Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Messrs. Ernest G.AKROYD, J.BARNES : speakers Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX West End Congregational and Primitive Methodist Churches - United Services. Rev.G.S.SMITH Notice by the Urban Sanitary Authority of Sowerby Bridge. T.GRIME, nuisance inspector

19th August 1904

[Column 6] Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Messrs. M.H.HOBSON, J.GREENSMITH : speakers St.John Ambulance Association, Sowerby Bridge Centre. W.TOLLEY, Hon.Sec. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. York Summer Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Notice by the Urban Sanitary Authority of Sowerby Bridge. T.GRIME, nuisance inspector Miss RAWSON, Mill House. Lost two books

26th August 1904

[Column 6] Mr.J.W.EGERTON of Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER. Mr.F.WOLFENDEN, speaker West End Congregational Church. Revs. G.BAWN, J.MONCRIEFF Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX. Miss SPEAK Notice by the Urban Sanitary Authority of Sowerby Bridge. T.GRIME, nuisance inspector Bargains. Bargains. Bargains Charlie WHITELEY (Charles WHITELEY), 16 West Street, Sowerby Bridge Great Clearance Sale of Men's Clothing, Oilcloth, Carpets, Timepieces Soon to open at 30 West Street (formerly PICKLES, bootmaker) (Advert ran till the 21st October 1904)

2nd September 1904

[Column 4] Joe WADDINGTON (Joseph WADDINGTON), decorator, sign writer, paperhanger &c. The latest designs and colourings in wallpapers Penny Bank Buildings, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge. (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) Arthur CROWTHER, 11 Margate Street, Sowerby Bridge Chapel keeper for Wesleyan Mission Chapel wanted [Column 5] W.ROBERTSHAW, Peel Street, Tuel Lane Tenders wanted for painting the outside of the Primitive Methodist Chapel [Column 6] West End Congregational Church. Rev. G.S.SMITH Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE St.John Ambulance Association, Sowerby Bridge Centre. Social Gathering. Classes Drs. BROWN, DUNN W.TOLLEY, Hon.Sec. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Doncaster Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders wanted for cleaning ashpits and privies T.GRIME

9th September 1904

[Column 4] William HAIGH, Centre Mill, Sowerby Bridge. Autumn and Winter Season Ladies' Jackets, Costumes, Rainproofs and skirts (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) Arthur CROWTHER, 11 Margate Street, Sowerby Bridge Chapel keeper for Wesleyan Mission Chapel wanted [Column 5] W.ROBERTSHAW, Peel Street, Tuel Lane Tenders wanted for painting the outside of the Primitive Methodist Chapel ASHWORTH, Bank House, Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge. 6 Beech Villas to let or sell (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) [Column 6] Sowerby Bridge Spiritualists' Progressive Lyceum, Hollins Lane Mrs.BOTTOMLEY, Sowerby Bridge. Grand Children's Entertainment Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Messrs. S.MASON, W.MACFARLANE West End Congregational Church. Harvest Festival Services. Rev. G.S.SMITH Sowerby Bridge Musical Society Apply to W.H.CRABTREE, Lancashire and Yorkshire Bank, Sowerby Bridge Norland Harvest Festival Services Revs. R.L.BELLAMY, R.F.PECHEY, W.INGHAM (Vicar of Malton) St.John Ambulance Association, Sowerby Bridge Centre. Social Gathering. Classes Drs. BROWN, DUNN W.TOLLEY, Hon.Sec. Dressmaking - The Kindergarten System. Mrs.FARRAR, draper, Tuel Lane Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders wanted for cleaning ashpits and privies. T.GRIME

16th September 1904

[Column 4] Arthur CROWTHER, 11 Margate Street, Sowerby Bridge Chapel keeper for Wesleyan Mission Chapel wanted [Column 5] Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Messrs. S.MASON, W.MACFARLANE United Methodist Free Church, Tuel Lane. Rev.H.Godwin ALLCHURCH E.ACKROYD, stationer, Town Hall Street. Topaz stone lost [Column 6] West End Congregational Church. Rev. G.S.SMITH Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Harvest Festival. Rev.Canon IVENS Sowerby Bridge Musical Society Apply to W.H.CRABTREE, Lancashire and Yorkshire Bank, Sowerby Bridge St.John Ambulance Association, Sowerby Bridge Centre. Classes Drs. BROWN, DUNN W.TOLLEY, Hon.Sec. Dressmaking - The Kindergarten System. Mrs.FARRAR, draper, Tuel Lane Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Pontefract Autumn Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders wanted for laying water pipes R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders wanted for team labour R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders wanted for cleaning ashpits and privies. T.GRIME

23rd September 1904

[Column 5] Sowerby Bridge Higher Education Committee. Caretaker wanted for the Technical Institute Apply to James H.HOYLE, secretary, 25 Hollins Lane Albert WOOD, Canal Wharf, Sowerby Bridge. Stable to let on Chapel Lane (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) [Column 6] Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.W.J.Penberthy WHITE Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE West End Congregational Church. Rev. G.S.SMITH Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX St.George's Church, Sowerby. Harvest Festival Revs. T.LEWTHWAITE (Vicar of All Souls', Halifax), S.F.LAYCOCK (Vicar of St.George's) United Methodist Free Church, Tuel Lane. Rev.H.Godwin ALLCHURCH Dressmaking - The Kindergarten System. Mrs.FARRAR, draper, Tuel Lane Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders wanted for team labour R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders wanted for cleaning ashpits and privies. T.GRIME

30th September 1904

[Column 4] If you want a good Table Gas Stove, go to J.H.SHOESMITH, tinsmith, locksmith, ironmonger and mill furnisher, 61 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) [Column 5] Arthur HOYLE, Wharf Street. Three hen cotes for sale (Advert ran till the 4th November 1904) MITCHELL, Belfast Street, Fenton Road, King Cross. House to let, West End, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. W.J.Penberthy WHITE, G.Heathcote BARKER Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX West End Congregational Church. Rev. G.S.SMITH Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service for men only. Rev.Canon IVENS. Christ Church Choir Dressmaking - The Kindergarten System. Mrs.FARRAR, draper, Tuel Lane

7th October 1904

BALANCE SHEET. Sowerby Bridge Lifeboat Demonstration Mr.BOYLISS' dog, 2 1s 11d W.S.WILKINSON - Donation, 5s Le Mare (re Captain FOX), 4 4s Sowerby Bridge Band, Norland Band, Sowerby Band, 6 D.MITCHELL-Hire of tents, 14s G.FRANKLAND, rent of room, 1 T.TIDAWELL(T.TIDSWELL?)- Erecting stands, &c, 9 POTTER & Sons-Fireworks, 5 W.S.WILKINSON (Judge), 2 2s R.J.APPLETON & Co.-cinematograph, 2 Mr.BOYLISS-Expenses, 7s 6d W.HAIGH, 4s H.CROWTHER-rent of field, 5 Audited by R.LUMB Mr.W.BURNLEY, treasurer W.WORSNUP, financial secretary George WRAY, general secretary [Column 6] Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church Messrs. J.W.HOLLAND of Mytholmroyd, William WILSON of Sowerby Bridge Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX West End Congregational Church. Rev. G.S.SMITH Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE and Mr.J.WHITTAKER : speakers Friendly Wesleyan Chapel. Rev.J.H.BAILEY of Horsforth (formerly of King Cross) Co-operative Guild. Mrs.HARE, Hon.Sec. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Hull Fair. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager

14th October 1904

[Column 5] Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Newcastle Autumn Races. Thirsk Autumn Races. Stockton-On-Tees Races C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager 8 and 10 Edward Street, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge to let Apply Mrs.BERRY, Willow Bank, Luddenden Foot or Mr.E.BARKER, under the the Branch Co-Op. Stores, Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Mr.J.SMITH, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER West End Congregational Church. Rev. G.S.SMITH Tuel Lane United Methodist Free Church. Rev.H.Godwin ALLCHURCH, Minister Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX Mr.Oliver SEYMOUR, Barkisland, Spiritualist speaker Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. Grand Bazaar Rev.F.E.HEAPE, Sowerby Bridge Mrs.J.W.BANCROFT Councillor A.CLAY, Willow Hall Councillor Ely WHITELEY, Myrtle Villa Mrs.James BARRACLOUGH, Park Road, Sowerby Bridge Councillor William HEALEY, J.P., President of Heywood Liberal Association J.S.HIGHAM, M.P. Councillor E.MITCHELL, President Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club Councillor A.HOWE, J.P., Chairman Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council M.D.PROPERT, auditor R.W.EVANS, Commercial Bank Chambers, Halifax, clerk to the council

21st October 1904

[Column 6] Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.Canon IVENS, Vicar Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer West End Congregational Church. Revs. Eric A.LAWRENCE (Halifax), G.J.WILLIAMS (Halifax) Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. W.J.Penberthy WHITE, G.Heathcote BARKER Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road Revs. J.FOX, A.CHARLTON (of Pellon, Halifax), F.MADELEY M.A. (missionary to China) Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club. Grand Bazaar Rev.F.E.HEAPE, Sowerby Bridge Mrs.J.W.BANCROFT Councillor A.CLAY, Willow Hall Councillor Ely WHITELEY, Myrtle Villa Mrs.James BARRACLOUGH, Park Road, Sowerby Bridge Councillor William HEALEY, J.P., President of Heywood Liberal Association J.S.HIGHAM, M.P. Councillor E.MITCHELL, President Sowerby Bridge Liberal Club Councillor A.HOWE, J.P., Chairman Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council

28th October 1904

[Column 5] DICKINSON & Co., Victoria Works, Industrial Road. Young girls wanted for rug making [Column 6] West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev. G.S.SMITH Mr.J.W.EGERTON, Halifax, Christadelphian lecturer Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road Revs. J.FOX, A.CHARLTON (of Pellon, Halifax), F.MADELEY M.A. (missionary to China) Mr.H.G.HEY, Halifax, Spiritualist speaker. Grand Meat Tea and Entertainment Sowerby Bridge Womens's Co-Operative Guild. Mrs.HOLROYD, Halifax Wesleyan Chapel, Friendly. Grand Sale Of Work Mrs.James CLAY, Halifax Mrs.R.W.SANDERSON, Harrogate Messrs. J.C.BATES, J.S.HOLLAND Mrs.Elizabeth NEWALL, 98 West Street, Sowerby Bridge. Qualified as a midwife

4th November 1904

[Column 5] Bolton Brow Wesleyan Band Of Hope. Annual Tea And Festival Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER Rev.G.Armstrong BENNETTS of London (secretary of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference Temperance committee) Tuel Lane United Methodist Free Church, Sowerby Bridge. Tea And Entertainment. Mrs.H.G.ALLCHURCH DICKINSON & Co., Victoria Works, Industrial Road. Young girls wanted for rug making [Column 6] Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service For Men Only. Rev.Canon IVENS. Sowerby Bridge Brass Band West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev. G.S.SMITH Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.George FRAYN Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Revs. J.FOX Sowerby Bridge Spiritualist Progressive Lyceum, Hollins Lane. Grand Meat Tea and Entertainment The Excelsior Troupe of White Coons Tuel Lane Chapel. Rev.H.Godwin ALLCHURCH Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Lincoln Autumn Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Free Library, Reading Rooms, Etc. Tenders invited R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers

11th November 1904

[Column 5] West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev. G.S.SMITH Urban District Council Of Sowerby M.D.PROPERT, district auditor Edgar BOOTH, solicitor, 7 Harrison Road, Halifax, clerk to the council [Column 6] Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service For Men Only. Rev.Canon IVENS. Sowerby Bridge Brass Band Mr.J.BRIGGS, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.E.CAIRNS of Halifax Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Mr.Joseph BARNES, preacher Bolton Brow Wesleyan Band Of Hope. Annual Tea And Festival Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER Rev.G.Armstrong BENNETTS of London (secretary of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference Temperance committee) General Union of Weavers and Textile Workers. Public Meeting in the Liberal Club Speaker Miss MCARTHUR, London Chairman Councillor Ben TURNER Women's Co-Operative Guild. Lecture on Ambulance work by Mr.T.W.RICHARDSON Urban District Of Sowerby Bridge. Infectious Disease (Notification) Acts 1889 and 1899 Chicken Pox notifiable as has been confused with smallpox R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Free Library, Reading Rooms, Etc. Tenders invited R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers

18th November 1904

[Column 5] Wanted, a few SHEPHERD & BLACKBURN shares (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904) A.FOX, joiner and builder, Sowerby Bridge Large brick building to let or sell in Willow Park, Sowerby Bridge, lately used for Mineral Water manufacturing. Also adjoining house (Advert ran till the 23rd December 1904) [Column 6] Mr.W.ACKROYD of Heckmondwike, Christadelphian lecturer Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. W.J.Penberthy WHITE, G.Heathcote BARKER Sowerby New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX Tuel Lane United Methodist Free Church. Rev.H.Godwin ALLCHURCH West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev. G.S.SMITH Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Manchester November Races. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager United Bands of Hope, Sowerby Bridge. Speakers: Mr.J.S.HIGHAM, M.P., and Mr.J.J.HATCH, U.K.A. Chairman, Councillor J.R.SWAINE, Halifax Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Free Library, Reading Rooms, Etc. Tenders invited R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers

25th November 1904

[Column 6] Tuel Lane Chapel. Rev.H.Godwin ALLCHURCH New Road Primitive Methodist Chapel. Halifax Singing Band West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev. G.S.SMITH Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. W.J.Penberthy WHITE, G.Heathcote BARKER Mr.T.STANDEVEN, Sowerby Bridge, Christadelphian lecturer United Bands of Hope, Sowerby Bridge. Speakers: Mr.J.S.HIGHAM, M.P., and Mr.J.J.HATCH, U.K.A. Chairman, Councillor J.R.SWAINE, Halifax Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Free Library, Reading Rooms, Etc. Tenders invited R.W.EVANS, clerk to the council, Commercial Bank Chambers

2nd December 1904

[Column 5] Cottage in Charlotte Street, Beech to let Apply Mrs. CARTER, Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge or Mr.T.F.ROWLINSON, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev. G.S.SMITH Christ Church, Sowerby Bridge. Service For Men Only. Rev.Canon IVENS Sowerby New Road Chapel. Halifax Mission Band Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER Christmas Presents. New Years Gifts SHACKLETON's, Greenwich Time Clock, 47 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (Advert ran till the 30th December 1904)

9th December 1904

[Column 3] Grand Christmas Show at the Central Hall W.H.HALL, wholesale and retail bookseller and stationer, Ryburn Buildings [Column 5] "Dale View", Sowerby Bridge for sale. Apply Albert E.BERRY, Dale View, Sowerby Bridge Cottage in Charlotte Street, Beech to let Apply Mrs. CARTER, Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge or Mr.T.F.ROWLINSON, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 6] Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX Sowerby New Road Chapel. Rev.F.E.HEAPE Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.W.J.Penberthy WHITE Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for cleansing of ashpits and privies. T.GRIME Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council Improvements to Annie Street, Milton Street and Hanover Street R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council Grand Show Of Christmas Cards at E.ACKROYD's, 22 Town Hall Street

16th December 1904

[Column 3] Grand Christmas Show at the Central Hall W.H.HALL, wholesale and retail bookseller and stationer, Ryburn Buildings [Column 4] Arms of Sowerby Bridge. To Collectors of China and Others W.HAMER, wholesale and retail china dealer, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 5] EGLIN's, Fender Works. Youth wanted for warehouse "Dale View", Sowerby Bridge for sale. Apply Albert E.BERRY, Dale View, Sowerby Bridge Cottage in Charlotte Street, Beech to let. Also house in Bolton Brow to let Apply Mrs. CARTER, Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge or Mr.T.F.ROWLINSON, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Grand Show Of Christmas Cards at E.ACKROYD's, 22 Town Hall Street [Column 6] Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev.G.Heathcote BARKER Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Preacher, Mr.John SCHOFIELD. Rev.J.MONCRIEFF Tuel Lane United Methodist Free Church. Rev.H.Godwin ALLCHURCH West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Selections from the "Messiah" Misses H.MOORE (soprano), WADSWORTH (contralto) Messrs. A.PLATT (tenor), W.WHITELEY (bass), B.WADSWORTH (organist), G.WADSWORTH (conductor) Rev.G.S.SMITH United Methodist Free Church, Tuel Lane. Annual Christmas Tree and Sale of Work J.S.HIGHAM, M.P. Messrs. John WADDINGTON, Alfred S.FIRTH Mrs.John LAW Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Tenders for cleansing of ashpits and privies. T.GRIME Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Improvements to Annie Street, Milton Street and Hanover Street R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council

23rd December 1904

[Column 3] Grand Christmas Show at the Central Hall W.H.HALL, wholesale and retail bookseller and stationer, Ryburn Buildings [Column 4] Arms of Sowerby Bridge. To Collectors of China and Others W.HAMER, wholesale and retail china dealer, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 5] "Dale View", Sowerby Bridge for sale. Apply Albert E.BERRY, Dale View, Sowerby Bridge Cottage in Charlotte Street, Beech to let. Also house in Bolton Brow to let Apply Mrs. CARTER, Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge or Mr.T.F.ROWLINSON, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Mineral Water manufacturing. Also adjoining house Grand Show Of Christmas Cards at E.ACKROYD's, 22 Town Hall Street [Column 6] West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.G.S.SMITH Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Revs. G.Heathcote BARKER, W.J.Penberthy WHITE Tuel Lane United Methodist Free Church. Rev.H.Godwin ALLCHURCH Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX United Methodist Free Church, Tuel Lane. Annual Christmas Tree and Sale of Work J.S.HIGHAM, M.P. Messrs. John WADDINGTON, Alfred S.FIRTH Mrs.John LAW Norland Church. "At Homes". Mr.and Mrs.TURNER, Calderdale, Sowerby Bridge Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Improvements to Annie Street, Milton Street and Hanover Street R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council

30th December 1904

[Column 3] Grand Christmas Show at the Central Hall W.H.HALL, wholesale and retail bookseller and stationer, Ryburn Buildings [Column 4] Arms of Sowerby Bridge. To Collectors of China and Others W.HAMER, wholesale and retail china dealer, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge [Column 5] "Dale View", Sowerby Bridge for sale. Apply Albert E.BERRY, Dale View, Sowerby Bridge Cottage in Charlotte Street, Beech to let. Also house in Bolton Brow to let Apply Mrs. CARTER, Hollins Lane, Sowerby Bridge or Mr.T.F.ROWLINSON, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge Grand Show Of Christmas Cards at E.ACKROYD's, 22 Town Hall Street [Column 6] West End Congregational Church, Sowerby Bridge. Rev.G.S.SMITH Bolton Brow Wesleyan Church. Rev. G.Heathcote BARKER Baptist Chapel, Industrial Road. Rev.J.FOX Norland Church. "At Homes". Mr.and Mrs.TURNER, Calderdale, Sowerby Bridge Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. Steeplechases at Manchester. C.W.BAYLEY, chief traffic manager Sowerby Bridge Urban District Council. Improvements to Annie Street, Milton Street and Hanover Street R.W.EVANS, solicitor and clerk to the council