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EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

HITELEY’S COLLEGE, Surrey Street, SHEFFIELD. - YOUTHS Taught Handwriting. Accountancy, Shorthand, Typewriting, Com. Arithmetic. English, Composition and Spelling, Com. Correspondence, Business Methods and Office Routine, by experienced Tutors. Ladies thoroughly trained for Secre
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE GREGG SCHOOL,

THE GREGG SCHOOL,

VICTORIA HOUSE, 25, FARGATE, SHEFFIELD. HARROGATE.-PANNAL ASH COLLEGE. Recognised by B. of Ed. Boarders only. Ideal site. 60 acres Extensive buildings and splendid modern equipment. Separate house for Juniors. Moderate fees. Prospectus and views. WALTER S. HILL. Pria. T INDORES,
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
STREET EXPLOSION.

STREET EXPLOSION.

An explosion in an electrical conduit in Chats- Worth Road, near the Corporation gas works, Chesterfield, yesterday, lifted iron cover six feet into the air. Passers-by were alarmed, but no one was injured. The explosion is said to have been due to an accumulation of gas. A bala
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DOUBLE RAZOR TRAGEDY.

DOUBLE RAZOR TRAGEDY.

Coroner and Welsh Councillor’s Brain Storm. That Councillor Williams suffered from brain storm, or mental breakdown, and killed both himself and his son, without knowing what he was doing,” was the opinion expressed by Mr. David Rees, Coroner, at the inquest, yesterday, Forth, o
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
IN CATHOLIC CIRCLES. The Year 1929 in Retrospect. PROGRESS EVERYWHERE,

IN CATHOLIC CIRCLES. The Year 1929 in Retrospect. PROGRESS EVERYWHERE,

01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 

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BROTHERS WHO WERE HIDING.

BROTHERS WHO WERE HIDING.

One Killed: One Injured at Greyhound Track. George Reader (11) was killed, and Arthur Reader (12), his brother was badly injured yesterday during greyhound racing trials at the Stadium Track, Leicester. The boys had climbed over the boards of the and were hiding in the pent hous
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WHAT SHALL WE RESOLVE?

WHAT SHALL WE RESOLVE?

First, let us resolve not to make a New Year resolution merely for tradition or farm’s sake; not to make one, that is, unless we honestly intend to do our best to keep it. As a rule, there is too much I will,” instead of 1 mean to try,” about New Year resolutions. A broken promi
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. HERBERT MORRISON.

MR. HERBERT MORRISON.

Mr. Herbert Morrison, who will be 42 on Friday, is one of the most level-headed Membus of the Government. He sits in the House of Commons for South Hackney, a seat which used to be represented by Mr. Horatio Bottomley. Mr. Morrison began work as an errand boy, developed into a s
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. PONSONBY GOES UP.

MR. PONSONBY GOES UP.

So Mr. Ponsonby, swearing he would ne’er consent, has consented, and is to be a Peer of the Realm. It is a quaint reversal of anticipation. It was understood that several Socialists were to go to the Upper House to add strength to the exiguous Government ranks. But one democrat,
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England