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MISCELLANEOUS WANTS

MISCELLANEOUS WANTS

12 Words (minimum), each additional 6 Word* 9d. Trade: 12 Words 3'6 (minimum), each additional 6 Words 1/6. ADDING Machine (Burrough’s preferred), good state prl>^.—Write Box D 247, Chronicle Office. BUILDER'S Cabin, Scaffold Poles, Battens, Ropes, etc., Wanted.—Write price and
16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FLEMING MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

FLEMING MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

For operation: 241 263 275 276 277 278 279. Dangerously 111: 200 2073 2074. Still very ill. but alight Improvement; 256. Slight improvement; 2 28u. Improving; 88 121 237 219 145 164 128 227 261 2068 193 123 1717 195 1666 218 1927 258 260 247 254 173 216 194 165 201 1815 147 1835
16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
“It’s my homework. Compound Interest. Dad can’t do it. I’ll call for it firs t thing in the morning.

“It’s my homework. Compound Interest. Dad can’t do it. I’ll call for it firs t thing in the morning.

16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WATERHOUSES DEBATE

WATERHOUSES DEBATE

Grandma s Home Preferred to Moderns At Waterhouses, Mrs. Horseman presided. Mrs. Nixon and Mrs. Jackson were appointed delegates to the Social Half-hour School at Durham. demonstration on “Cake Icing” was given by Mrs. Bean, of Hamsterley Colliery. A display of hyacinths judged
16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CALLING ALL CROOKS

CALLING ALL CROOKS

Also Crook Drama: Sally Biane in Private Nurse Cinemas (Continued) NEW IMPERIA, FELLING ALICE FAYE in SALLY, IRENE AND MARY
16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DOROTHY LAMOUR, JON HALL in THE HURRICANE

DOROTHY LAMOUR, JON HALL in THE HURRICANE

PLAZA, BIRTLEY WALLACE BEERY and FRANK MORGAN in PORT OF SEVEN SEAS." Sunday: “IN TOWN TO-NIGHT.” Also "EMPTY HOLSTERS.”
16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
PROTESTS EVERYWHERE

PROTESTS EVERYWHERE

i'hc police have plenty to do. and rhe Council nas decided to leave stone unturned 10 prevent them from (.akin-- over the air-raid wardens' organisation if the Council protest is not successful we shall then resort a petition.” The organiser, Mr. J. Nicholson, stated that protes
16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
OMELETTES

OMELETTES

PLAIN OMELETTE: Whip 2 eggs with a little sallt and pepper. Melt loz butter in small frying pan (best if kept for this purpose only, never washed, but cleaned with plenty of soft paper). Cook on low flame, keeping edges loose with knife. When set fold in two and serve at once W
16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NOT INTERESTED NOW

NOT INTERESTED NOW

“Jay Kew,” in a letter to the Daily Sketch” dealing with suffragettes, says: The suffragetes were mainly a very small body of disgruntled, elderly and unattractive women who, fortunately for the mere male, had missed the matrimonial boat. Their silly antics were regarded by all
16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
substances.

substances.

Samona is supplied in two forms : No. Ifor Men (orange tablets): No. 2 for NVomen (brown tablets). Obtatnable at 3/- and 5/- (more than double quantity) from all Chemists everywhere, including all branches of Boots, Taylors, Timothy Whites, etc. Should any difficulty experienced
16 February 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England