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Through the Saltaire Keyhole

 

Through the keyhole with The Shipley and Saltaire Times
12th April 1879
Researched by Clive Woods
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MR. ROBINSON, Hanover House, Manningham Lane, Bradford, will EXTRACT TEETH "free of charge" to the poor, every WEDNESDAY MORNING, from nine to ten, and from seven to eight every FRIDAY NIGHT.

WATSON'S TAPEWORM SPECIFIC. – C.C. writes from Ossett Street Side – "Have suffered from Tapeworm six years brought exceedingly weak, could not walk far without assistance. Tried most patent medicines as well as our own surgeon, but without results. Tried your 'Tapeworm Specific' and am cured. Words cannot express our gratitude." Of all Chemists, price 1s 1 ½ d by post 3d extra.

WATSON'S SPECIFIC POWDERS are a perfectly safe and effectual remedy for Threadworm and Roundworm... Prepared by J.H.Watson, Chemist.

IT'S THE PAPER THAT WAS ALWAYS IN SALTAIRE
 
 
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