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ENSURE YOUR COPY-ORDER NOW FINAL Ns Haig Liverpool Etho IMP 4 4 fi" . • ' N E MAXIMM RETAIL

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PIKES Fixed by the 4.1 s otch GOLD LABEL 33 4 per Boni* 1 7 / 5 halNktttle DIMPLE SCOTS (Pinched Decanter) far louts NO FINER WHISKY GOES INTO ANY BOMA NO. 21,808 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1169 THREE—HALFPENCE
31 December 1949 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Liberal Nominees Get Guide Book

Liberal Nominees Get Guide Book

Liberal Party candidates, like those of the Conservative and Labour parties, have now been provided with a candidate's and speaker's handbook (published to-day, 55.) which covers " every aspect of recorded party policy," and includes a glossary of technical terms. "Any candidate
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
New Second Favourites Rule Unfair to Backers

New Second Favourites Rule Unfair to Backers

the Christmas " holiday rush over, and while waiting for the Grand National entries, due for publication next; week, I am taking the opportunity of referring! to a subject of particular interest to the stay-athome punter. It concerns the decision of Tattersall's Committee, a bod
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
HOME GUARDS HAD YEAR OF PROGRESS

HOME GUARDS HAD YEAR OF PROGRESS

©PEAKING of the past year, during which the Ist Gloucestershire Battalion Home Guard Association has bought the freehold of Essex House, Rodney-road, Cheltenham, for Its headquarters, Major R. V. Copeland (chairman) said at the annual meeting at the headquarters last night:— "We
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MUSICAL AND RADIO DRUM kit wanted. Must cheap. State price.—Write 2205 Echo, Cheltenham. OLD French Violin, case, and bow. Perl,

MUSICAL AND RADIO DRUM kit wanted. Must cheap. State price.—Write 2205 Echo, Cheltenham. OLD French Violin, case, and bow. Perl,

cond.—Write 2247 Echo, Cheltenham. PIANO, upright grand. "Liszt," Foreign model. Full 4092 after 6 p.m. 2020 COTTAGE Piano (John Broadwood), Iron frame; Rosewood case. £20 or nearest. —Price, The Laurels, Ootherington. 2101 PIANO (Collard), perfect, £16. Player (50 rolls) £9; gr
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MR. BEVIN SAILS

MR. BEVIN SAILS

Leaves in cruiser for Colombo conference After spending a morning basking the warm sunshine, Mr. Bevin sailed from Suez yesterday for Colombo aboard the cruiser H.M.S. Kenya to attend the Commonwealth Ministers' conferenct. He boarded the cruiser after a lunch appointment with L
31 December 1949 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
GOLD BARS SEIZED

GOLD BARS SEIZED

£28,000-worth discovered in crank case of car Karachi Customs agents yesterday seized 701b. of gold—worth about £28,000 —being smuggled into Pakistan in the crank case of an American luxury car. The gold bars were hidden in the engine of one of ten cars taken to Karachi recently
31 December 1949 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WILL SEE CUP-TIE

WILL SEE CUP-TIE

Mr. Randolph Churchill's Plymouth visit In company with Sir Clifford Tozer. chairman the Plymouth Argyle Football Club, Mr. Randolph Churchill, prospective , Conservative and Liberal-National candidate for Devonport, will watch the Cup-tie at Home Park next I Saturday between Ar
31 December 1949 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH FUNERAL OF MRS. F. COLES

PLYMOUTH FUNERAL OF MRS. F. COLES

The funeral took place at St. Matthias Church, North-hill, Plymouth, yesterday Mr«. J. D. Colef. of 98. Alexandra-mad. Mutley, Plymouth. The Vicar (Rev. B. Welchman) officiated. Her son- Mr. R Coles, a wellknown member Plymouth Operatic Society and other members the famr.v who a
31 December 1949 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Body going home by sea from Plymouth

Body going home by sea from Plymouth

U.S. NAVY MAN WHO FELL FROM TRAIN MEMORIAL service for x Charles Edward Barber, a 47-year-old United States Navy master-at-arms who died after falling from a fast-moving train, will take place on board the U.S.S. Hamul at Devonport today. His body will be taken to the United Sta
31 December 1949 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England