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MISCELLANEOUS SALES. (Continued.) GARAGES (Sectional); catalogues free; cash or credit terms if you wish; Poultry Houses, etc.— Highlands Works, 5212,

MISCELLANEOUS SALES. (Continued.) GARAGES (Sectional); catalogues free; cash or credit terms if you wish; Poultry Houses, etc.— Highlands Works, 5212,

Carlton, Nottingham. GREENHOUSES, 29 Gold Medal Awards 1929 Hort. Shows; actual photos, free; special show models, 10 x 8, 12 8, and 15 x 9; cash (or easy terms from ss. weekly): catalogues free. —Highlands Works, 5212, Carlton, Nottingham.
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MOTOR-CYCLES.

MOTOR-CYCLES.

WRITTEN GUARANTEE IS GIVEN WITH EACH SECONDHAND MOTORCYCLE PURCHASED FROM FRANK B. ROPER. 158-168, LONDON
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1929.

SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1929.

31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WHEN LONDON stay the ICCAD I L L Y HOTEL For Cuisine, Comfort and Convenience 300 of the lightest and

WHEN LONDON stay the ICCAD I L L Y HOTEL For Cuisine, Comfort and Convenience 300 of the lightest and

most spacious bedrooms in London; comfortable self - contained suites; hot and cold water; many baihroomson every floor. Public Rooms available for Company and Mf other Meetings. > Telephone v Regent 0160. jUtt I Telegrams: '\MsSsb s Piqudillo, I London. 9H Full Tariff ° jpg? ap
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BIG ELECTRICITY SCHEME FOR

BIG ELECTRICITY SCHEME FOR

YORK. York City Council has approved a scheme submitted by the Electricity Committee for the alteration of portions of its electricity supply from direct alternating current for the purpose of relieving the demand on the direct current, mains. The estimated cost of tho scheme is
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Women’s Narrow Escapes,

Women’s Narrow Escapes,

Two women, one a widow of 70, had narrow escapes from ‘‘death yesterday, when a chimney stack, blown down by the gale, crashed through the roof of a South Shields house and brought down tons of debris with it. < The crash occurred at a house in Lower Thames Street, where Mrs. Ma
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
More Stacks Blown Down.

More Stacks Blown Down.

Yesterday’s storm did good deal of damage, too, at Sunderland, where the fire brigade were called out three times owing to chimney stacks being damaged. Several plate-glass windows were blown out. At Newcastle the Himalayan railway on the Town Moor, not yet dismantled after the
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
1929—1930. In wishing our readers a Happy New Year, we are wishing something which may fairly be said to be

1929—1930. In wishing our readers a Happy New Year, we are wishing something which may fairly be said to be

due to them. The year which passes to-night has not only left unsettled most of the problems handed on to it by its predecessors; it has added to them. Our economic troubles are as heavy as they were twelve months ago, and, anything, heavier. Moreover, the prospect of finding so
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PRICE & CO., – – BROOMHILL and 469/471, LONDON ROAD. SHIPPING.

PRICE & CO., – – BROOMHILL and 469/471, LONDON ROAD. SHIPPING.

PRICE & CO., - - BROOMHILL and 469/471, LONDON ROAD. SHIPPING. ELLERMAN LINES. ALL CITY BUCKNALL. FAST REGULAR PASSENGER SERVICE. LIVERPOOL TO EGYPT, SUDAN, INDIA & CEYLON. Steamer. Tons. Date. Destination aCity London... 8,956 -Tan. 4 Bombay & Karachi. C’v of Manchester 5,564 Ja
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE.

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE.

Reducing the Difficulties of Overseas Trade. There exists to-day, declares Mr. B. W. Matthews, President of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, a growing need for organised commercial opinion on the problems before the country, many of which are too large to be dealt with singly
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England