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PORN AND BIRTLES.

PORN AND BIRTLES.

Although Tramline woe kin, they gained ar lie wind blaming directions. players made an attempt shop bell leer. bet the wind Payed many title end out of number. lithe mad. me or two efort• to set the front and he was op to sternum polo', but who played on the omit. was over watch
16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
HARD CHEESE AND THINGS.

HARD CHEESE AND THINGS.

Tattoo called upon Latham to save immediately titter the and some esoiliest work was achieved by Slight and Simplon an the muting left wing, Corbett rookie. • particularly eleser relief from this lank when an heavy pecuure bo deftly panted the ball to Bliekhorn to coma pletcly e
16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

Nest week the attraction will he "led Cp." which is a rcusarkably good reuse with plenty of ilmightful singing. dainty dancing. cast winery. gorgeous drown and tuneful music. THK QUKEN'd HALL Milton Sills stages two battles in the out," which conies to the Queen's Hall co biota.
16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
LAWTON'S,

LAWTON'S,

FIRRPLACE SPECIALISTS, 10. 13 21. MILL ST., CREWE.
16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
floral

floral

16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SATISFYING FOOD IT'S BACON TIME NOW ! MELIAS BACON

SATISFYING FOOD IT'S BACON TIME NOW ! MELIAS BACON

IS JUST WHAT YOU REQUIRE.
16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
BIG DROP IN RAILWAY REVENUE.

BIG DROP IN RAILWAY REVENUE.

Railway stetistics for July, published yesterday by the Slinetry of Transport, 'show that the receipts from passenger tinge were MS lees Oise in the currespouofag moat! of last year. The total tonnage of freight eu d damns the month a decreases of 1t,i11,413. or 44.8 ' per cent.
16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
B.UtETY MIN.

B.UtETY MIN.

"For Cod's s a ke don't make revenge an isms* more important that, winning for ourselves and our children an honourable agreement that will give se • decent livelihood the pits." Mr. A. J. Cook, the miners' monetary, used these words at Sunday in making • strong plea to the dist
16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
"CROWNING ACT OF FOLLY."

"CROWNING ACT OF FOLLY."

Mr. F. Hodges. of the International Miners' Federation, derrshes as the crewels( net folly the conference declaims to withdraw the ufety men after 23 weeks' atop. page and wh.•n tho men are returning to work their tens of thousands weekly. The Misere Federation, be says, is ente
16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
MI OUT . A MAT LUST.

MI OUT . A MAT LUST.

16 October 1926 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England