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Yarmouth Independent

Yarmouth Independent Norfolk, England

24 Oct 1908

COfiIESTON, SOUTHTOWW AHD COBHOLM- H-A-'VE YOTJ SEEnsr The Quick Gas Cooker? You will find it a great Economy. ALSO Welbanks’ Boilcrcttes. Trials of both on application.

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

22 Jun 1968

Veritas Stable Boy 2.30 Welbank 2.30 Battling 3. 0 Celo 3. 0 Morin Minstrel 3.35 Dards 3.35 Hamood 4. 5 Sally Home 4. 5 Sally Home 4.35 Shortw • ood 4.35 Short% ood 5. 0 Polar Sun 5. 0 Polar Sun STABLE BOY'S DOUBLE: Hamood (nap) and Crepango (4.30 Brighton)

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Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser

Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser London, England

27 Jun 1806

BROWN, WELBANK, and PETYT, Brokers, Sun-court,'Thrfiadnbedle-street good Snow AMPHI RITE, W. Ofbom master, about tons register, now lying in this harbour, about live years do, was built at uutler particular inspection, being then i:;temied for family

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Lloyd's List

Lloyd's List London, England

2 Jan 1829

LEGHORN arrived from 8ENGAL. arrived from 16 Hardware, Seward Liverpool Aug. 8. Emulous, Welbank ' Convivial, Hampton Genoa Mauritiua& Madras 18- Syren, Downing Trieste 9 Minstrel, Arkcoll London &d° 19 (/has. John, Grill Stockholm 11

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

16 Oct 1906

WELBANK’S BOILERETTE THESE WONDER-WORKING COOKERS Oct intensely hoi above 212 degyet never burn the food. , 8 lhey require no attention, and can be left for hours to look after themselves. “THE IDEAL COOKER.” Hospital. The Ideal Cooker for Porridge. Hilk

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Field

Field London, England

10 Mar 1906

WELBANKS BOILERETTE Cooks Meat, Poultry, and Vegetables IN 'MIELE OWN JUICE-8, by which means all the valuable salts, tonics, natural aperients, and life-giving properties of Neat and Vegetables are fully conserved. Converta the Old into Young, tr.

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Shipping and Mercantile Gazette

Shipping and Mercantile Gazette London, England

7 Mar 1846

Capt. Welbank, H.C.B. sth don 0 Capt. Sotheby, R.N.,ad 9 0 0 Captain C. Shea. H.C.S. don 5 Messrs. J. Barber ft Co. 5 5 0 Means. C. A. ft T. Ferguson 4th don 330 H. Hale, Esq I i. P. Griffith, Esq. . 6 O. W. Field, Esq John Domett, Esq I I Owner

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Clarion

Clarion London, England

1 Jan 1909

WELBANK'S BOILERETTE . GIFTS FOR THE NEW YEAR.

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Field

Field London, England

19 May 1906

WELBANKS BOILERETTE WONDER -WORKING COOKERS inten..h . hot (above di•Rreen\ but liver hue are Pelf-Avting. and 1..• ho . or. to kok after NEAT, POULTRY, AND GAME COOZZD IZ OWZ By thin 11lealbl all 11u. vital and rich flavour,' of and poultry an• folly

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

6 Sep 1910

WELBANK’S BOILERETTC INDISPENSABLE FOR BUSY PfiOPLS whatevwEirliTMyM. to iMkiAirUMK.’ > m» View article

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Labour Leader

Labour Leader London, England

4 Dec 1919

WELBANKS BOILERETTE i ' mum. dead. hr MEAT AND ilia seas TMi THAT 100 Ks ITS ELF heed Wad very wW he as tables will have their the properties fatly la Mad yes deeply pat the Wrath the lieilsrette. light sway sad k ea take we sad whew yes Bill may MARVELLOUS

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

10 Dec 1907

WELBANKS BOILERETTE these wonder-working cookers hot above , yet never burn the toed. they are S-If-Acting, they ,n ire attention, and can be left lor hours to look alter themselves.’* DON’T DELAY SEND TO-DAY “THE IDEAL COOKER. (Hospital) i,MI Cooker

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

9 Aug 1911

WELBANKS BOILERETTE splendid for the Not Weather! Why sweat over a hot Are in a hot kitchen on a het day, when you f can have a l Cooker that can be left to VII i reiga r ble r s itae an l d ? Pilli si ng m , p gO p o u u t t i Oln er t it ll l2 l,-

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Field

Field London, England

4 May 1907

WELBANKS BOILERETTE These WONDER WORKING COOKERS intensely hot (above 212 degrees), yet never burn the food. Require no atteatton. They are Self-Acting, and can be left for boars to look after SEMI TODAY. The Itespitsa calls it THE PERFECT SAUCEPAN

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

12 Oct 1909

WELBANK’S BOILERETTE. “THE IDEAL COOKER” (HoapitaD- Tk* Mml CMker tar Pwrtata. Milk. Milk Mh Snm, Sim Jdllct. CaiUrta. «• Um tat Mmatak* MaklaS* •«« Tm. «c A MEAT AND VE6ETABLES COOKED IN OWN JUICES. «kUk ill lk« valukta fall*. Teak*, (tataral A perk*

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

4 Aug 1909

WELBANK’S BOILERETTE. |y Ttn WHITE CITY. Look for tko Narrow IU4 Bond. IVI I d. *Tw urn . Hj / Cigar Baasfaetßrcd * V I each. X/-| A RECORD OF MARKET ADVICES OUR WEEKLY MARKET LETTERS *re reliable and correct. They will bear inyrlinw «i» wnatha after

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Field

Field London, England

24 Nov 1906

WELBANKS BOILERETTE Ibis° WONDER•WORKING COOKERS get intensely hot (above 112 degrees), yet never burn the food. As they are Self-Acing. they require no attention, and cin be left for hours to look after themselves. Perfect f.r Porridge, Milk, Mlik

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

16 Jan 1912

WELBANK’S BOILERETTE DON’T DELAY BUT SEND TO-DAY THIS WONDER-WORKING INVENTION cat* Intentely hot (above 11S docroot), ret never burnt the food. At It It Self-AtllaH roqulru no attention, and can bo left for hours to look after itself. “THE IDEAL COOKER”

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Daily Telegraph & Courier (London)

Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) London, England

5 Jun 1906

WELBANK'S BOILERETTE. THESE WONDER-WORKING COOKERS tetanal, kot (above error bars th• too& La tie tag storafro ao ottauthoo. sad be Met for hours to look setae DON'T DELAY, BUT BENO TO-DAY. IIEAT. POULTRY, AND VEGETABLES COOKED IN OWN JUICES, W i r r

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Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror London, England

17 Jun 1914

WELBANKS BOILERETTE DAILY BARGAINS Long Clothes Set, 50 pieces. 215.; a perfect hiph-cla.'F, entirely complete layette; ideal home work; materials ?oft, pure and good; wonderfully beautiful; n* styles; amazingly cheap; bargain loveliness; .n-tant .appro

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