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Transcribed by Kay Collins
Adverts 1910/12
INDEX 1910/11
INDEX 1912
1
Billposting Co. Ltd.
20
Keller, B
e
Ching (dentist)
18
Bright, J W
4
Knowlton, G
f
Goosey, Mrs (widwife)
12
Carter, R H
10
Palace, The
b
Mobbs, A
19
Clarke, Alfred
22
Smart, W
c
Payne, Miss (school)
6+8
Cartwright's
21
Snelson's
a
Rectory Estate
16
Clipson, J Lindsay
14
Swindall - emigration
f
Sanders' Supply Stores
5
Co-operative Society Ltd.
2
Swindall, T
d
Tilley's (baker)
11
Cowley, F
17
Tomkins, Bernard
 h
 West, A B
9
Hearn, Miss Margaret
3
West, A B    
15
Joll, Mrs
7
Whittington & Tomlin
 
 
   
13
Wooding, F K
 
 

The Argus - 30th September 1910
1
The Wellingborough and Rushden
Billposting Co. Ltd.

Beg to inform their Patrons
that they have appointed
Mr. Jas Brightwell,
as their Representative for Rushden,
and that the office is removed to

16, Glassbrook Road, Rushden.

2
T. Swindall
Builder,
Coal and Timber Merchant
UNDERTAKER
and Funeral Furnisher,

Station Road, Rushden

Soderate terms and
Prompt Personal Attention

3
How Smart the House Looks
With a Nice Clean Window

A. B. West

33 Albion Place, Rushden

Owing to ill health has commenced
Window Cleaning

A postcard to the above address
will have my personal attention.

4
G. Knowlton
Timber Merchant

Estimates given for all kinds of
Wood and Wire Fencing,
Rustic Work etc.

Wheelwrighting and Carpentering
done on the Premises.

Moor Road
Rushden

5
Our Costume Cloths

are
Specially prepared
for the

Ladies' Tailoring Trade

Prices from 1/0¾ per yard

Just Received Our New Millinery

Co-operative Society, Limited, Rushden

6
Cartwright's

Is the place for Bargains of every sort

Tin Travelling Trunks

From 2/9 each

3/3, 4/3, 5/3 and 6/3 large size

The Trunks are Wonderful Value

Call and have a look at them.

Cartwright's, 121 High-st, Rushden.

7
Whittington and Tomlin

Carpenters, Builders

and Undertakers,

Complete Funeral Furnishers

Queen Street, Rushden

Personal Attention to all Orders

N.B. Vehicles of every desecription

8
Come and see our splendid show of

Mail Carts, Wood Horses,

Teddy Bears, and Dolls

of all descriptions.

The largest Show in the Town

Cartwright

High Street, Rushden.

9
Miss Margaret Hearn,

Teacher of Singing

visits Rushden on Thursdays and
gives lessons at Miss Knight's

Ventnor House, Alfred Street

where all particulars may be obtained

10
The Palace Rushden

Week commencing October 3rd.
and following nights.

Palace
Perfection
Pictures

click here for more

11
Seasonable Goods now on Show at

F. Cowley's

Baby-linen, Wool
& Art Needlework Repository

21 High Street, Rushden

Cosy Garments & Hosiery
of every description

Durable, Comfortable and Seasonable,
also Reasonable Prices.

12
Hardware of every description at

R. H. Carter's

131 High Street, Rushden

or are you
Autumn Cleaning?
and want

Brushes, Brooms, Mats, Polishes,
Paints and Stains etc.

You can get all these at the same place
131 High Street, Rushden


13
Rushden Echo, 28th January 1910

F K Wooding, grocer, is now open at No. 59 High-street South, Rushden (nearly opposite the National Schools), with a first-class supply of groceries and provisions. Having been thoroughly acquainted with the local grocery trade for the last fifteen years, F K Wooding thoroughly understands the requirements of the people of Rushden. All orders promptly attended to, and goods delivered immediately in any part of the town or district. Excellent stock of seasonable specialities.


14
Rushden Echo, 4th February 1910, transcribed by Kay Collins

Canada and New Zealand—Employment guaranteed: Agricultural and Domestic. Other trades busy. Assisted passengers to Australia and New Zealand. T Swindall, 28 Moor Road, Rushden. Information free. Passengers booked to any part of the world.

15
Rushden Echo, 18th March 1910, transcribed by Kay Collins

Mrs Joll

Begs to announce that she gives . . . . . .

Lessons in Pianoforte Playing,
At home or at the residence of Pupils.

2 Fern Bank Villas,
Higham Road,
Rushden.

Terms moderate
16
Rushden Echo, 18th March 1910, transcribed by Kay Collins

J Lindsay Clipson

Organist, Independent Wesleyan Church
Rushden

Teacher of the Piano and Organ

For terms apply to-
14 Church Street, Rushden.

17
Rushden Echo, 18th March 1910, transcribed by Kay Collins

Mr Bernard Tomkins

Tenor Vocalist

London, Crystal Palace and Provincial Concerts
is open to engagement for

Concerts, Oratorios, at Homes, &c.
Extensive Repertoire.

Mr Tomkins also accepts Pupils for Singing
and Voice Production, Randegger method.

Terms, vacant dates, and prospectus on application to
39 Queen Street, Rushden.


18
Rushden Echo, 9th September 1910, transcribed by Peter Brown

OUR MINERAL WATERS aid digestion. Orange champagne, lime juice cordial, lemon squash cordial, cherry cider, ginger ale, lemonade, lime juice, soda water in syphons, stone ginger beer. – J W Bright, Rushden.

19
Rushden Echo, 16th September 1910, transcribed by Peter Brown

MUSICAL TUITION

Mr. Alfred Clarke, A.R.C.O.

Organist and Choir Master:

PARISH CHURCH, BURTON LATIMER,
Music Master: HIGH SCHOOL, THRAPSTON,

GIVES LESSONS ON THE ORGAN & PIANOFORTE,
also in Theory and Harmony.

Pupils prepared for the Trinity College, The Associated Board of the Royal Academy, and Royal College of Music—over 50 successes.

Manuscripts corrected, and Music arranged for Brass or String Bands.

Visits Higham Ferrers and Irchester weekly.

Composer of Pianoforte Solo, "Spring-time," and song “The River of Life." Copies may be obtained at all Music Stores.
For Terms—BROOKFIELD ROAD, RUSHDEN.


Rushden Echo, 1st December 1911
20
21
22

Rushden Echo, 1912
a
Rectory Estate
b
A Mobbs
c
Payne
d
Tilley
e
Ching
f
Goosey

Rushden Argus 18th October 1912

g
Sanders' Supply Stores
h
A new store at 132 High-street

A. Packwood

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