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LIMITED BUSINESS IN PAST WEEK.

LIMITED BUSINESS IN PAST WEEK.

RATES Chartering in the past week for loading coal at the Welsh ports was curtailed by the intervention of the Christmas holidays, which was coupled with stem' ming difficulties, as the collieries were booked up with orders and had a plentiful supply of shipping in dock to meet
31 December 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LINERS TOO LATE FOR NEW TEAS

LINERS TOO LATE FOR NEW TEAS

"ORIC, Monday. Many AUantio liners will arrive too late for the New Year celebrations in New York owing to the storms. The Berengaria will not dock until late on Tuesda2. The Aurania, Antonia, Milwaukee, and Gripsholm (a Swedish liner) will not reach harbour unit Wednesday. —Cen
31 December 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
RIVERS, BUT NO FISH. POLLUTION EVIL IN

RIVERS, BUT NO FISH. POLLUTION EVIL IN

WALES. STRONG PROTEST.
31 December 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
CATTLE.

CATTLE.

MARSHFIELD. Dec. supplies in all departments were reported by Messrs. Scott and Block and Webbs at their fortughtly sale. Cattle and sheep wore particularly scarce. though prices in most grades reached normal standard. Beef averaged 45s to 49s per cwt lire weight. Beet prioss fo
31 December 1929 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SEASIDE AND COUNTRY QUARTERS.

SEASIDE AND COUNTRY QUARTERS.

SCARBOROUGH —Furnished Houses and Properties Sale.—Ward, Price & Co.. 48. Westbro TeJ 999 EDUCATION. TIfTHITELEY’S COLLEGE AND SCHOOL » » COMMERCE, Surrey Street, SHEFFIELD. Established 50 >eara. TUTORIAL PREPARATION and BUSINESS TRAINING for; (1) Commercial and Professional App
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 

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H^tly C^bdr: V'emb, ! en Ule «

H^tly C^bdr: V'emb, ! en Ule «

31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
GUESTS AT INFIRMARY.

GUESTS AT INFIRMARY.

It was guests’ night at the Sheffield Royal Infirmary last night, when the Christmas concert, given twice last week, was repeated. There was a largo audience, who greatly enjoyed the nurses’ variety turns and the resident medical staff’s great drama, Slumber.” SUFFERED FROM NERV
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
YORK ART GALLERY.

YORK ART GALLERY.

York Art Gallery has accepted an offer by Professor J. P. Whitney, Professor of Ecclesiastical History at Cambridge, of five family portraits his relative, Etty, the York Royal Academician. The committee has received from Miss Moore pencil portrait of her father. Henry Moore, on
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BRIGHTER BRITISH TRADE PROSPECTS IN 1930. INDUSTRY OVERCOMING ITS DIFFICULTIES.

BRIGHTER BRITISH TRADE PROSPECTS IN 1930. INDUSTRY OVERCOMING ITS DIFFICULTIES.

Steady Improvement Of 1929 Likely To Be Maintained During New Year. OUR FOREIGN MARKETS. Better Outlook For Coal And Iron And Steel Trades. Sound reasons for expecting a steady improvement in British trade during 1930 are put forward by authoritative contributors to the Industri
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CHINA READY TO TALK.

CHINA READY TO TALK.

Abolition of 80-Year-Old System of Extra-Territoriality. The Chinese Government is prepared to receive representations from foreign Powers on the plan that is being prepared in regard to the abolition of extra-territorial privileges enjoyed by foreigners, it is announced by Mr.
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England