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'A" .tnl•1itll;r St %.k.tm t% ite H. Star a N.W. Rugby Lague BARROW A ILLO, There n;.i only a moderate attendance to jones this match on Saturday. which took Ronde. r. Geo. ISC.bson, now in se nior list of referees, had charge of the ;; ame. Little of outstanding importance or. t
21 September 1928 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
Middle Age •nd Youth

Middle Age •nd Youth

Marriages ate surely made in heaven. It is (writes the Rev. G. A. Kennedy in "Good llotrsekeeping'•) the only place they can be made. But, like most things made in heaven, they take a lung time making. Marriage is not an act, it is a process. It is not a para. dive, but a pilgri
28 September 1928 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
That the town club will take advantage of e‘i.erien.!e--and benefit. 'fhat the :11ne ',cam will promote some of their promising

That the town club will take advantage of e‘i.erien.!e--and benefit. 'fhat the :11ne ',cam will promote some of their promising

juniors. That the Rugby Union team won their first march on Saturday—against Co:kennouth. Thtla the visitor considered ,it should have been bra less margin than six points. That it is the experience of all c luing trims to be dotibtful of what happens. That " enjoys " this luck
14 September 1928 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
HOLD IN SECONDARY SCHOOL Day. TINIE. INSTRUCTOR. Monday 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. J. Graham. Tuesday do. do. Wednesday do.

HOLD IN SECONDARY SCHOOL Day. TINIE. INSTRUCTOR. Monday 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. J. Graham. Tuesday do. do. Wednesday do.

do. Tuesday 7to 8 p.m. Mr. U. G. Bird. Tuesday 9 p.m. do Monday 7to 9 p.m. Mrs. E Hargreaves Tuesday Thursday Thursday Flo. Mr. W. N. Kitchen Monday Monday do. do. do. do. do. Mr. J. W. Martindale Thursday LAPSTONI ROAD Tuesday 9 p.m. Miss I. Weir ... Friday do. Mr. Hogg ... Thu
14 September 1928 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
Fortyhive sagrunts sisited the Bootle I'oor Law Institut:on !ast month, 21 compared with 68 during the corre:ponding month last year.

Fortyhive sagrunts sisited the Bootle I'oor Law Institut:on !ast month, 21 compared with 68 during the corre:ponding month last year.

The average number of inmate., is :5, alum the ►awe Li,. ray.
14 September 1928 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 

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MIXED METAPHORS

MIXED METAPHORS

are a few instance % which might been expressed otherwise with II:J.111,1er fr•tillts 'llu. new political current failed to take ru. i : this district. happy moment is not always seized to gl:pii) the wheel of time by the fotr , lock. Near the child lay an old man standing by ti
07 September 1928 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
CIDER

CIDER

The Finest Summer Drink. We are Agents for Whiteway's, Bulmer's, Gaymer's and Scheppes' and can supply in Bottles and Casks. ' Obtain your from Reynolds and Johnstone, Chemists, VVAI-dILINGFOrt D.
07 September 1928 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
DANGER SIGNS.

DANGER SIGNS.

The Committee also repn..ted that they had arranged to place danger notices and a sign in St. Martin's Street near Mr. Tilletes premises. Coon Webb : What are these signs going to be. and where ? The Town Clerk said there would be a sign on the lamp, warning people of a dangerou
07 September 1928 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
EPITOME OF NEWS

EPITOME OF NEWS

The deposit 4 of soot and brit in Bradford are double the largest deposit in any other centre in the Air Ministry's returns. There are Ilea Ily 1,00(),000 more dogs in England than there were in 1914, an official of the Ministry of Agriculture states. Ten gigantic motor-cars, wi
07 September 1928 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
In Russia there are farms whereon horses are bred for making violin bows front their hair. The heart of a

In Russia there are farms whereon horses are bred for making violin bows front their hair. The heart of a

vegetarian heats, on art average, 58 times in a minute; that of a ;neat eater 75 times. An acre of good fishing will yield more food in a week than an acre of the best land will yield in a year. The highest navigable river in the world is the Ttiangpo, near Lhasa, in Thibet, at
07 September 1928 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England