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WINTER CLEARANCE SALE | j COMMENCES TO-DAY. = = ' GOATS, FROCKS & MILLINERY AT CLEARING PRICES. MMMMMjjM|MMMMjM^ Bargains in

WINTER CLEARANCE SALE | j COMMENCES TO-DAY. = = ' GOATS, FROCKS & MILLINERY AT CLEARING PRICES. MMMMMjjM|MMMMjM^ Bargains in

Household Linens. SEE WINDOWS, High St., Barnstaple. Telethons 328. . W. FURSE begs to announce to his numerous customers that, owing to the good harvesting, seeds are much cheaper than they have been for some years past, though they still maintain their old standard of unsurpas
01 January 1931 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
PIT LAD WHO BECAME LORD MAYOR

PIT LAD WHO BECAME LORD MAYOR

Newcastle telegram reports the death the ex-Lord Mayor Newcastle, Councillor Joseph Stephenson. Mr. Stephenson, who was once a pit lad. became the head of a big wholesale fruit business the city. was also chief gist. His year of office expired Noven r last., but for some months
01 January 1931 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS DIVIDEND

ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS DIVIDEND

At n hoard meeting yesterday tlm directors of Associated Newspapers, Limited (' The Daily Mail," London " Kvc ning News," and " Sunday Dispatch "), declared the usual quarterly dividend of (id. per sliftre. li tax at. 4s. (id. the £. on the Deferred shares for the three months e
01 January 1931 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
GLOUCESTER'S DIFFICULT INDUSTRIAL YEAR

GLOUCESTER'S DIFFICULT INDUSTRIAL YEAR

LOCAL BUSINESS MEN AND THE FUTURE EFFECT OF RUSSIAN IMPORTS THE TRADE OF THE PORT GLOUCESTER, with it 3,000 odd unemployed, has little cause to remember 1930 with any sense of gratitude. To-day starts us again on 363 days of hope, but in some directions the hope is almost stillb
01 January 1931 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CONTINUED FROM PAGE MOTORS l.use; good condition; £3O. .-vi ply Post Office Garage, Russell fctreet, -I\ -a. pi Post Office

CONTINUED FROM PAGE MOTORS l.use; good condition; £3O. .-vi ply Post Office Garage, Russell fctreet, -I\ -a. pi Post Office

Garage, Kussell btreet, Gloucester. 1V29 i.tt Garage (lock-up), brick built; moderate rant.—l 6. Street. Gloucester. 1143 J/OKD 'lon Lorry: Racks, self starter, clec. trie 11 • ht. pneumatic tyres; excellent running or<!er ; cheap. Quick sale.—Write Citizen, Gloucester. "VE\V us
01 January 1931 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
RACES OFF

RACES OFF

To-day's Manchester Card Postponed Fog gathered on the Castle Irwell this morning, and half an hour befor* advertised time for the first race the was enveloped it. 12.15 the decided to postpone the racing for hour, and later they stated that tbey give definite decision at one o'
01 January 1931 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TO. DAY'S programmes from the main 8.8.C. stations will be as follow:— HULL 5.15. —Children's Corner. 6 o.—Mi V. C.

TO. DAY'S programmes from the main 8.8.C. stations will be as follow:— HULL 5.15. —Children's Corner. 6 o.—Mi V. C.

Clinton Baddeley reading from the English Essayists: I—"Bacon, on Gardens." 6.15. —Weather and News. 6.35. —Market Prices for Northern English Farmers. 6.40. —Bach's Christmas Oratorio: Kate Winter (soprano), Eric Green (tenor), Stuart Robertson (bass), Berkeley Mason (organ), t
01 January 1931 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ALLEGED MURDER THREATS

ALLEGED MURDER THREATS

DORSET SOLDIER AND HIS SWEETHEART .Remarkable letters alleged to have been written by a soldier his sweetheart ngured a case at Dorchester yesterday, wnich Michael Ryan, a private the 2nd Dorset Regiment, was committed for trial a charge of sending a letter to Emily Louisa Conne
01 January 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
NATURE JOTTING

NATURE JOTTING

U v. December 31.—The year, as dies, is beh>£ rung out the whistling gales which sweep the high lands and send copper-hued cloud* scurrying across an erstwhile blue sky. J nor' wester is a rare wind, but when it bio"**: it is generally with a fury that tests the fore** giants an
01 January 1931 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England