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EFFECTS

EFFECTS

and African trophies, horns and weapons; including gas stoves, oak wardrobe, portable desk, gateleg and other tables, CHESTERFIELD SUITES in damask, rexine and moquette, good quality bedsteads and bedding, violins, wireless sets, HANDSOME BOW-FRONT WALNUT SIDEBOARD, carpets, lin
01 January 1931 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
MARRUGES.

MARRUGES.

BELTON—MONKCOM—December 31st, it St. Mari's Church, North End, Edna, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Belton, ardifl Road, North End, to Roy, eldest eon o. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Monkcora, London Road, North End. Present address: 69, Romilly Road, Cardiff, South Wales. E CLARK—D
01 January 1931 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
"TIRED OF BEING BOUND”

"TIRED OF BEING BOUND”

Fog Delays Start.
01 January 1931 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Waterlooville.

Waterlooville.

OLD COMRADES ENTERTAIN.—For the eleventh year the Watorlooville Old Comrades’ Association entertained the members, families, War widows, and orphans to a Christmas party at the St. Georpe’s Hall last evening. Prettily decorated, the building presented a happy scene when sat down
01 January 1931 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PAY UP!

PAY UP!

Many a New Year reveller, when he woke up this morning, received by the first post large numbers of income tax applications. The first instalment is due to-day, and Mr. Snowrfen cannot watt. The Treasury figures show a present deficit of 4180,600,487 for the nine months the fina
01 January 1931 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NEWMARKET TRAINING.

NEWMARKET TRAINING.

FEW IMPORTANT GALLOPS DONE TO-DAY. bright morning followed a rather sharp frost Newmarket during tho night, and training operations to-day were consequently of a very tamo character. On the Bury tide Gordon Sadler's Richelieu 11.. Luciue, Gala Pr;nce and Beachcomber were seven f
01 January 1931 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FOOTBALL FACTS & FIGURES

FOOTBALL FACTS & FIGURES

GAINS AND LOSSES OF SEASON'S FIRST HALF. LINCOLN'S PROGRESS. NOTTS. COUNTY ONE OF SEVEN TEAMS UNBEATEN AT HOME. With the season half over, the time is opportune for an analysis of tlie happenings in the past four months in The League. The Arsenal must be regarded as the shining
01 January 1931 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
QUICKEST ACTING REMEDY FOR COLDS OR 'FLU. Hero the best and quickest relief from colds or influenza. Don't suffer another

QUICKEST ACTING REMEDY FOR COLDS OR 'FLU. Hero the best and quickest relief from colds or influenza. Don't suffer another

day. A' cold can be broken in easy and pleasant way, and with loss from business or pleasure. At the first sign of cold take Karmoid Tablet. Karmoid brings relief in one third the usual time, as it brings relief three ways once. lst. It cheeks the foyer. 2nd. Tones the system. 3
01 January 1931 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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01 January 1931 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England