methley in the press - advertisements and auctions

Windmill Common, ie. west side of Common.

A detached house to let – METHLEY

METHLEY. A comfortable detached HOUSE, 7 rooms, stable, coach-house, outbuildings, and garden, 7 minutes walk from two stations at Methley; for many years the residence of….. READ MORE

Published: Sat 29 April 1882
Newspaper: Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Advert for bile beans

Debility Cure in this COLLIER’S REMARKABLE STORY

A well-known, highly-respected collier (Mr. Daniel Flockton, Low Common, Methley) tells a remarkably interesting story of his cure by Charles Forde’s Bile Beans after all other medicines failed….. READ MORE

Published: Saturday 04 October 1902
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post

templar house methley

Sale of RESIDENCE with Vacant Possession, Methley

HARRY HARRISON, F.A.L.P.A., is instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the UNITED KINGDOM HOTEL, METHLEY, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, at 7.30 p.m. the Secluded RESIDENCE….. READ MORE

Published: Saturday 26 April 195
Newspaper: Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills

Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills help Methley Man

Pains in the chest, brought on by indigestion, would sometimes sieze me with terrific force. I would then be unable to move, and so disorganised and weak were my stomach and bowels that I found…. READ MORE

Published: Tuesday 01 September 1903
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post

Royal Oak Public House

Sale Of the Royal Oak Inn, Methley

All that well-known and accustomed INN, called the ROYAL OAK INN, situated at Woodrow, in Methley, in the West Riding of the County of York, together with the Brew-house, Stables…. READ MORE

Published: Saturday 22 December 1838
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury

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