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THE WIMBLEDON CAR CRASH. #

THE WIMBLEDON CAR CRASH. #

THE WIMBLEDON CAR CRASH. Mr. All»ert Wild, the only survivor of yesterday’s crash between a motorcycle and a motor-car at Pnrkside, Wimbledon Common, was reported today to have t»i»ent lairly comfortable night. His brother, who was drivin; motor-cycle, and Fbght-Lieut. Lawson and
31 December 1929 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1873 THE LARGEST LOCALLY MANAGED BUILDING

ESTABLISHED 1873 THE LARGEST LOCALLY MANAGED BUILDING

ADVANCES made on mortgage of Freehold and Leasehold property in the Harilepools ana District. INVESTMENTS received at liberal rates of interest —free of income-tax. Chief Office;— ADVANCE BUILDINGS. SURTEES ST.,
31 December 1929 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
OVER THE BORDER

OVER THE BORDER

Hogmanay will lie celebrated in Scotland and among Scottish people ever}- where the customary firing of pistols, banging of saxpem.es. cracking jokes, and popping corks. Many home fires will allowed to out early, as free warms will lie available at the large festive bonfires tha
31 December 1929 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
SPEND NEW YEAR IN FRIVOLITY !

SPEND NEW YEAR IN FRIVOLITY !

31 December 1929 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
UNIVERSITY LIBERALS AND

UNIVERSITY LIBERALS AND

TAXATION. At the annual conference of the Limui <•! University Liberal S«xieties Cardilf 10-du}, regret was expressed by St. Andrew’s University delegates that the declared policy the Liberal Party made no mention of decreasing the burden of taxation, already too heavy. Mr Rober
31 December 1929 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
SHOT R.A.F. OFFICER. BRILLIANT YOUNG MAN’S TRAGIC END. Brother officers this afternoon attended the inquest in the Cambridge Hospital, Aldershot,

SHOT R.A.F. OFFICER. BRILLIANT YOUNG MAN’S TRAGIC END. Brother officers this afternoon attended the inquest in the Cambridge Hospital, Aldershot,

Flight-Lieut. Charles John Sims, D.F.C., who yesterday was found dead in his bedroom, with bullet wound in his side and a revolver -near him, at the R.A.F. Officers’ .Mess at Farnborough. Flight-Lieut. Sims, whose home was in Bournemouth, had recently returned from Irak, and ras
31 December 1929 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
Stock Exchange. EXCHANGE COMPANY’S TELEGRAM [COPYRIGHT RESERVED.] London, 3 p.m. Business remains very low ebb in the Stock Markets, and

Stock Exchange. EXCHANGE COMPANY’S TELEGRAM [COPYRIGHT RESERVED.] London, 3 p.m. Business remains very low ebb in the Stock Markets, and

values show little change. British Funds retain early gams, and Home Rails are harder where altered. Foreign Ronds are neglected and irregular, whilst Overseas Rails remain dull- , . . , Mines, Chartereds have improved to 375. 9d.. and Bwanas to 21s. 3d. Among Industrials, Inver
31 December 1929 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
BRITISH THRIFT.

BRITISH THRIFT.

Progress of Friendly Societies in 1929. ENDOWMENT AT 65. new development of the work of Voluntary Friendly Societies lias followed lowering of tlie pension age from 70 65. Ti'.is takes the form of a sickness and disablement benefit until 65, when an endowment benefit of varying
31 December 1929 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MONEY AND STOCKS.

MONEY AND STOCKS.

LONDON, Monday. The Money Market was fairly comfortable. Advances were to per oent.; short bills, to 4 13-16; tbree months, 4 11-16. Conditions the Stock Exchange continued quiet. British Funds were steady; Home Bails. dull; Industrials irregular; Newspaper shares better; Miues,
31 December 1929 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
OKEHAMPTON FUNERAL.

OKEHAMPTON FUNERAL.

MBS. L. HARRIS. The funeral took place at Okehamptou yesterday of Mrs. Louisa Harris, of Castleford, Okehampton, widow of Mr. Montague Harris. service was conducted the Wesleyan Church the Rev. F. Cowles, assisted by the Rev. R. C. R. Cook. The hymns, "Who fathoms the eternal th
31 December 1929 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England