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Advertising 1889/90 & 1893

24th September 1897
1889-93 adverts
taken from some part sheets of the Argus
December 1889/April 1890 Nos. 9-22

March 1893 Nos. 1-8
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Ashby, Arthur
21
Knight, H
14
Burgess, J
22
Knight, S
17
Bush Bros
8
Knight & Sons
1
Checkley's
27
Okins, Wm
12
Climpson, A
25
Packwood, M & C
28
Crofts, W
15
Powell, S
29
Darnell's
6+11
Robinson, J
4
Desborough, W
10
Sargent, James
23
Hall, George
19
Seckington, J
9
Hewitt, Wm
5
Sharpe, H
3+24
Hinwood, F L
18
Vorley, F
7+26
Jones, Sarah
20
Wilmott, George
13
Knight, C E
16
Winters, G
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Wellingborough News, 3rd October 1890

Before buying Blankets, Flannels, Sheetings, and Counterpanes for the winter, see Hinwood’s large stock, part of which he is now showing at prices which will compare with any in the county.—F. L. HINWOOD, Popular Cash Draper, Commerce House, Rushden.

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Rushden Argus, 2nd May 1890

M & C Packwood

Park Road, Rushden

Beg to inform the public that in addition to their stock of GENERAL DRAPERY, Ladies’ and Children’s Underclothing, they have added a good assortment of MILLINERY for the coming season.

DRESSMAKING

Children’s Costumes Ready-made and to order.

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Wellingborough News, 7th March 1890

SUNDAY MusicMiss Sarah J. Jones gave her second recital in aid of the Northampton Infirmary on Sunday evening last, before a large audience. Miss Jones played, four solos during the evening—two on the pianoforte and two on the violin—and there is no necessity for us to comment upon her performances, as her abilities as a musician are well known. Miss Jones also received the assistance of Miss Emily Farey, a young vocalist of no mean repute, and possessed of a soprano voice both rich in power and quality; moreover, Miss Farey sings with a natural expression seldom met with, even in singers of greater name. She was encored for "Angels ever bright and fair," and "There's a friend for little children" was equally well rendered. Mr. G. Thacker also gave two cornet solos—"The Lost Chord" (encored) and "The Better Land"—played with a beautiful..... [see advert 7 above]

Wellingborough News, 12th September 1890
27
Wm Okins
Wellingborough News, 15th August 1890
28

W. CROFTS

GROCER, HIGH STEEET, RUSHDEN,

HEARING reports that he is leaving Rushden, begs to say that the rumour is entirely without foundation. He takes this opportunity of thanking the inhabitants for past favours, and assures them that his first-class
Groceries and Provisions, including his famous Wiltshire Bacon, will still continue
to be sold at the lowest possible prices.

Note the Address:

OPPOSITE THE NATIONAL SCHOOLS.

Wellingborough News, 15th August 1890
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FURNISH ! FURNISH ! ! FURNISH ! !

Furnish your houses Cheaply and well at

DARNELL'S

CENTRAL FURNISHING STORES

Compare our Prices before purchasing elsewhere.

Now ON VIEW IN
SHOW ROOMS, ALFRED STREET,

a splendid selection of

SOLID WALNUT OVERMANTELS,
DINING-ROOM SUITES IN LEATHER
DRAWING-ROOM DITTO IN VELVET, HEARTHRUGS,
CARPETS, LINOLEUM, FLOOR-CLOTHS,

See our Fenders and Fire Brasses.
Perambulators very Special.
A Large Consignment of China, Vases, &c.,

Suitable for Presents.

Cheapest House in the Trade.

NOTE THE ADDRESS:—

CHURCH STREET AND ALFRED STREET.
RUSHDEN.



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