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BUTCHOR.—In loving memory of my dear son, Bostwick, who was seelaenlally Mod at Cot,tery. on December Ist. lath, aged 17

BUTCHOR.—In loving memory of my dear son, Bostwick, who was seelaenlally Mod at Cot,tery. on December Ist. lath, aged 17

years and 9 months. Quickly and quietly was the will. Ills sudden death surprised us all; Only those who have lost can MU The low of a 'owl one without larevrelL We never knew what polo he had, We never raw him die; Ws only know be tossed away And never said goodbye. —Ever remem
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
A splendid protection against wintry weather. 2d per oz. Sake by Private Banal& 'HY GO —.- your Heir at reshot,

A splendid protection against wintry weather. 2d per oz. Sake by Private Banal& 'HY GO —.- your Heir at reshot,

able coot by the mow Csprrt the North.—Trhaelte'e 'fully' baleen, Rond ♦M) III 1• KANUES; designs. tre.r.—Bradley's Victory Works. 100 HMI Lan «. lienebmter. TAbLkle • sod for Colds. 115 Myth LUNG tONIC. 70. Doubt* Quality with Want Pr ( Pit For Iblo Remedy. Cold. I'd DIN mood t
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
VUlt

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Blatt. 1.01 etono, eoloored -PtiI.S.AUTH IS Hes& Myth IBUCALYPTUS SAM. Coughs and Colds. Stands Monts. Hen. dred• of tvetltnonbMu.—Wigkeworth. Chemist. Waterloo Reed. With ROLLING PUSH CHAIR. Paley Cycle In good condltton Gravid.. Terme* 'DIG OFF ITR FEET twuld not he told 'Obust
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
SIOULAR PRIDING,

SIOULAR PRIDING,

Afterwards chickens or cockerels should be fed three timer a day at regular intervals. BIM' destined for the table should bare good food and plenty of A. but food !hoot , ' never be kept before them. as this tends to destroy the appetite. Only soft food should he given. and ther
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
BOXERS 111. DORADO.

BOXERS 111. DORADO.

The French people, however, know very well that. whatever success attends their trip to Ameriea, they will not be in a position to dictate terms. But, even so. Carpet:itler unless he shows that he has gone all to pieces, can get double the money in the States than he could hope
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 

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N I PPODROM 1, •LYTN.

N I PPODROM 1, •LYTN.

The name of Jackie Coogan is one to con.' jure with in the world of the cinema, and no more popular booking could he made by any manager. Mr Tudor is, therefore, to be congratul►ted on having secured his latest' film for presentation to the patrons of the Hippodrome, Blyth, duri
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
THE INEZ HOWARD PLAYERS.

THE INEZ HOWARD PLAYERS.

ALL THE WEEK, A MAGNIFICENT THE
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
SILVER KING

SILVER KING

(Augmented by members of the Bedlington Amateur Dramatic Society.) The whole of this Production has been Built and Painted at the Theatre Royal. Seats are being rapidly Booked. Make sure of yours by Booking NOW. TO-DAY (MONDAY). 'TUESDAY AND "SLYTIVS LEADING KINENA." TEL. 221 43
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
AVIATION.

AVIATION.

The development of aviation fur commercial purposes it. something which shoat,' have unanimous support in this eountry,but that there should he proper places for thc training of those who go in for flying is an opinion on which there will also find equal agteement. some weeks ,
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
WINTER SPORT.

WINTER SPORT.

The suburbs of the town assumed a wintry sr' , and old and young alike found the eon. ditions ideal for the exhilarating sport of t•hogganing• Rarely, in these parts. is the opportunity afforded to indulge In this, popular winter pastime ■nd the generation made the most of. thei
30 November 1925 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England