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BURTON TO START 1930 WITHOUT TRAMS

BURTON TO START 1930 WITHOUT TRAMS

BURTON START 1930 WITHOUT TRAMS TWEN 1 Y-SiX YLARS AFTER. —Councillor Giles, Mayor of Burton (left), and Mr. Slater, the transport manager, about to board a tramcar to-day. After to-night the service will be run completely with buses.
31 December 1929 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SHIRLAND'S NEEDS

SHIRLAND'S NEEDS

Council to Apply for Sunday Postal Collections Shirlami Parish Council last night decided to erect wayside seats at Stonebroom, Shi Hand, and *Higham. Mrs. Pooler moved Ihe resolution, and Mr. Cooke seconded. A protest is forwarded to the Highways Committee account of Slretter-l
31 December 1929 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
INTRIGUE ISLAND

INTRIGUE ISLAND

By ARTHUR MILLS regiment. By the way, sir, what about the Colonel? Does understand the situation. Yes." answered the Governor. has to be told, of course, he might think my request that you should be given leave whenever you asked for and liberty to do anything you liked while un
31 December 1929 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
As I Was Saying

As I Was Saying

By MOTLEY TO-DAY I want all of you to cast your minds forward and consider the future. What has 1030 in store for you? Personally I procured my future this morning from "a penny-in-the-slot machine, and it makes depressing reading. lads. * *- In the first place, the card I recei
31 December 1929 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WILL HE BE A GIANT KILLER ?

WILL HE BE A GIANT KILLER ?

31 December 1929 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FARMERS' UNION MEET

FARMERS' UNION MEET

Alfretort branch of the Derbyshire Farmers' Union held their annual meeting at the George Motel yesterday. Mr. G. H. Chamberlain presided. The secretary's report showed progress the work of the branch. Mr. G. H. Chamberlain, chairman, and Mr. M. 1). Bryan, secretary, were reelec
31 December 1929 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THURMAN & MAUN ANNUAL STOCKTAKING SALE COMMENCES THURSDAY, JAN, 2nd Customers are specially invited to take early advantage of the

THURMAN & MAUN ANNUAL STOCKTAKING SALE COMMENCES THURSDAY, JAN, 2nd Customers are specially invited to take early advantage of the

Exceptional Values offered Substantial Reductions be found in all Departments No Catalogues are being issued St. Peter's Street & St. Peter's Phone 256 DERBY 'Phone 256jj Ranby's WINTER SAL# CONTINUATION OF BARGAIN' SUPER BARGAIN DEPT• FUR COLLAR & Wicker ShoppW CUFF SETS imi,a,
31 December 1929 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTY. S ENGLISH GUP 'TIS. "death THE COUNTY S. t<o w * yi- . Af«. B .. "fly :i .•••:?•:.'5

COUNTY. S ENGLISH GUP 'TIS. "death THE COUNTY S. t<o w * yi- . Af«. B .. "fly :i .•••:?•:.'5

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31 December 1929 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
i' DA VIES DURABLE FURNITURE MAKES COMFORTABLE HOMES FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS EDWARD DA VIES THE HOUSE FURNISHER East

i' DA VIES DURABLE FURNITURE MAKES COMFORTABLE HOMES FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS EDWARD DA VIES THE HOUSE FURNISHER East

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31 December 1929 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SEAMAN SWEPT TO DEATH TOLL THE GALE THE CHANNEL SHIPS SEEK SHELTER IS WESTERN PORTS SERIOUS DAMAGE AT DAWLJSH Saturday's

SEAMAN SWEPT TO DEATH TOLL THE GALE THE CHANNEL SHIPS SEEK SHELTER IS WESTERN PORTS SERIOUS DAMAGE AT DAWLJSH Saturday's

gale, which swept up the Channel with astonishing suddenness, ami was its worst in* tho early hours Sunddy morning, appears, from reports constantly .to hand, have considerable havoc in its passage. Owing to the succession gales that have been experienced right throughout Decemb
31 December 1929 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England