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24th September 1897

The adverts in local newspapers often carry notes of interest.
Some tell us when a shopkeeper moved premises as the business grew.
Others may tell us of workshop and home address, or about the take-over
of an existing business. Town Guides and event Programmes also carry advertising.

Northampton Mercury, 16th July 1808

To Blacksmiths
Wanted immediately, A good Hand.—Such a one may have constant Employ and good Wages, on Application to JOHN DEITON, Rushden, Northamptonshire.

Rushden Echo, 16th June 1905

Drapery Club Tea
Staniland’s special blend of Drapery Club Tea at 2/- per lb. is the finest quality tea on the market.

A cheque is enclosed in each packet, value as under:-
52 ¼lb. cheques, 6s; 52 ½lb, cheques, 12/-.
By purchasing Club Tea you get a grand tea for your money and your drapery Free.
H. Staniland, High-street, Rushden.

Advertisers - 1979 First Cavalcade programme

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