|Rushden Echo, 13th July 1917 [taken from a page date line]
Gastfitting, Painting, &c., East, 14 Rectory Rd., Rushden.
|Rushden Echo, Friday 5th October 1917, transcribed by Kay Collins
John S Mason
Auctioneer, Valuer, Estate Agent
And certified Bailiff
30 High Street, Rushden
Auction Sales of every description on fixed moderate charges. Immediate settlements
and full details rendered.
Valuer for Probate, Mortgage, or
other purposes. Agent for The County and Liverpool and London and Globe Fire Insurance Companies.
The Sewage Farm, Rushden
Mangold Wurtzel and Khol Rabi
John S Mason
Is favoured with instructions from the Rushden
Urban District Council to sell by auction, on
Monday October 8th 1917
The Growing Crops upon the Farm, comprising
3 Acres of Mangold Wurtzel
And about 1¼ acres of Khol Rabi
In Lots to suit the convenience of buyers.
Sales to commence at 8 o’clock prompt.
The Lots may be viewed on application to the
Farm Manager, and further particulars obtained
from the Auctioneer, 30 High-street, Rushden,
or of Mr W B Madin, Engineer and Surveyor,
Council Buildings, Rushden.
Mrs M Perkins
Milliner & Draper
Begs to inform her customers that she is
Transferring her Business from Church Street
Rushden, to More Commodious Premises at
7 Church Parade, High Street, Rushden
Where she will open next week with an
Entirely New Stock of Autumn Goods.
|Wanted Women for Picking Potatoes up.
Apply, John Clark, Sandpits, Rushden.
|Wanted General Servant, must be good plain cook. Apply, Mrs C L Bradfield, “Elmham” Newton Road, Rushden.
|Wanted Situation in Manufacturer’s or Leather Merchant’s Office in Rushden or Higham Ferrers; discharged soldier; twelve months’ training at Clark’s Business College, Chancery-lane, London.
A G Clifton, 43 Victoria-road, Rushden.
|Rushden Echo, 9th November 1917
||Rushden Echo, 20th December 1918
(W E Quincey, proprietor)
Yarmouth Herring Season Now OnI am Smoking Daily Prime Quality Yarmouth Herrings. Shops and Hawkers supplied.
No order too large; no order too small.
(late S Chettle).
Note change of address: 91 High-st. South, Rushden (opposite Wymington-road).
Yarmouth Herring Season Now On
For prime smoked cured Bloaters try
(late S. Chettle)
Shops and hawkers supplied.
No order too large, no order too small.
Rushden Echo, 22nd March 1918
Spring MillineryThe newest modes for Ladies and Children are now being shown by Mrs. Perkins, 7 Church-parade, Rushden.
|Rushden Echo, 19th April 1918
Cycle Repairs promptly executed.
Good stock of covers, etc.
Prams re-tyred and repainted.
Austin, 126 Cromwell-road, Rushden.
|Rushden Echo, 9th August 1918
A 1918 advert tells us that Mr Meller
was a piano tuner and lived in Grffith Street
. Kelly's directory tells us he lived at No 32.