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BUYING THEIR HOUSES. Experts’ Tribute to Thrift of City Workers. An increase in' the tendency for large and small property

BUYING THEIR HOUSES. Experts’ Tribute to Thrift of City Workers. An increase in' the tendency for large and small property

to bo bought on the deferred purcha.se system, by th§ aid of building and insurance societies, is noted iq the annual report of the Sheffield Property Market, issued Messrs. J. J. Grcavee and Sons, .A. 1., Sheffield. The report, which deals with the year nowexpiring, states; So
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PARK CONSERVATIVES. 200 Children Enjoy a Christmas Entertainment. More than 200 children of members of the Park Conservative Club, Sheffield,

PARK CONSERVATIVES. 200 Children Enjoy a Christmas Entertainment. More than 200 children of members of the Park Conservative Club, Sheffield,

were entertained last evening, the Christmas treat, which is looked forward to eagerly every year, proving one of the most successful and enjoyable ever held thee Club. Festive decorations contributed the carnival atmosphere, and no effort was spared to ensure that each young gu
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TO VISIT SOUTH AFRICA.

TO VISIT SOUTH AFRICA.

A Sheffield party is to leave this week for South Africa, and among them will be Aiderman J. G. Graves and Dr. Robert Styring. The visit is a purely intormal one. The principal towns and cities are to be visited. Alderman Graves has travelled extensively, India being among the m
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TURF. Cesarewitch Winner’s Debut Over Hurdles. ARCTIC STAR DEFEATED.

THE TURF. Cesarewitch Winner’s Debut Over Hurdles. ARCTIC STAR DEFEATED.

31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
[BY “ FORTUNATUS.”]

[BY “ FORTUNATUS.”]

[BY FORTUNATUS.”] Any doubt which may have existed of the continuity of the two-days’ fixture at Newbury being spoiled by the intervening Sunday proved entirely groundless, as large number of visitors took advantage of the conveniently arranged special train service from Town, an
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BOXING. Chesterfield Bout Won by Sheffielder. GLOVER DAMAGES EYE. Some capital sport was provided at Chesterfield Rink last night, and

BOXING. Chesterfield Bout Won by Sheffielder. GLOVER DAMAGES EYE. Some capital sport was provided at Chesterfield Rink last night, and

it was unfortunate that in the chief event an injury to the local boxer’s eye prevented definite conclusion. The event brought together Albert,Barker (Sheffield) and Jack Glover (Chesterfield), and it ended in the tenth round, the verdict going to Barker. alarmingly had the swel
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NOW AN ESTABLISHED SUCCESS. ROSTOCK’S JUNGLE CIRCUS AND JOLLY JOYTOWN AT EDMUND ROAD DRILL HALL. TO-DAY, 2 TILL 10.30. CIRCUS

NOW AN ESTABLISHED SUCCESS. ROSTOCK’S JUNGLE CIRCUS AND JOLLY JOYTOWN AT EDMUND ROAD DRILL HALL. TO-DAY, 2 TILL 10.30. CIRCUS

PERFORMANCES 3.15, 630, 8 30. SPECIAL NOTICE Re the Whirl of Death Challenge. THE £lOO CHALLENGE to all local Dirt Track Riders expired on Saturday last, December 28th. This has now been substituted by a challenge FIVE POUNDS PER MINUTE to any local rider remaining on the Wall f
31 December 1929 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ALSO A DAILY NEWSPAPER.

ALSO A DAILY NEWSPAPER.

The transference of the schoolboy's affecflop from the unrealisUe and impractical playthings of a generation ago to the perfectly working mechanical model of today is typified at the Sehautboys' Fsbihition which op•ncil tisilay at the Hurticultural Hall. Westminster. Boys--ac pa
31 December 1929 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
AUTOMATIC TELEPHONY.

AUTOMATIC TELEPHONY.

Te Director system of automatic telephonyit is designed essentially fur use in rim and thickly populated areas, and enables a subscriber, by dialling three letters and four figures, to establish connection automatically with any subscriber at any one of a number of district exch
31 December 1929 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Western Electric SOUND •.= 'SYSTEM The hall mark of perfect voice reproduction at the PLAZA THEATRE TO-NIGHT AND DAILY FOR

Western Electric SOUND •.= 'SYSTEM The hall mark of perfect voice reproduction at the PLAZA THEATRE TO-NIGHT AND DAILY FOR

TWO WEEKS. BULL-DOG DRUMMOND With RONALD DOLMAN The Greatest of All-Talking Pktures of the Year. You Must Not Miss This.
31 December 1929 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England