Aireborough Historical Society

Business Advertisements



Title
Business Advertisements
Date 1900
Location Yeadon
Photo ID
A132 + A134 & A135
Comment
On the left an advertisement publicising "Yeadon Temperance Star Minstrels", it lists the names of participants.
The right side advertises "The Wonder of the Age Cinematograph" To be shown on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, Mr Henry Hibbert of Bradford is the demonstrator, charging 3d for admission.
A disclaimer at the bottom reads "This apparatus has been specially fitted up with fireproof attachments so that the ? are perfectly free from danger"!

T.Hardisty of 8 Lower Queen Street specialises in baking oat cakes muffins and crumpets.
Thompson Langley tailor 83 High Street.
William Hustler of Henshaw Works is a millwright.
Long Marshall's shop at ? Ivegate sells toys,fancy goods, sweets and tobacco.

Womersley's boast "The cheapest house in the trade for Grocery, Tea and Provisions, Drapery, Millinery and Dressmaking. Central Stores High Street and Town Hall Square Yeadon"
D690

1917: William Hustler, Yeadon.

Advertisement from Worrell's Textile Directory of 1917, donated by Philip Archdale, one of his grandmothers was a Hustler.




 

bridget239898
bridget239898
I am trying to find out who the employees of Womersleys central stores were in 1899/1900
14 January 2017
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