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GOSSIP Of The DAY:

GOSSIP Of The DAY:

ALTHOUGH the Honours' List, published this morning, is singularly deficient, in names of local interest, it contains many that are familiar to most of us. I would like to congratulate Miss Keay on the well-deserved recognition which the King has shown of her great work in the ca
01 January 1931 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
As I Was Saying

As I Was Saying

1 By MOTLEY J WHAT I can never understand why all shops can't have Januar> sales. Imagine the satisfaction we could extract from our barbers for example, if the price list above the of hair restorer read:— , OUR GREAT SALE! STARTLING REDUCTIONS ! Hair Cuts: Old price 9d., new pr
01 January 1931 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
POLICE CHANGES IN DERBYSHIRE

POLICE CHANGES IN DERBYSHIRE

SUCCESSOR TO SERGEANT WHO WAS KILLED Several police changes and promotions in Derbyshire are announced. Constable Simnett, of Hillstown, has been promoted sergeaijt, and to-day will take the place at Danesmoor, in the Alfreton and Clay Cross Division, of Sergeant A. Marriott, wh
01 January 1931 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NOTTINGHAM FOREST PREPARE FOR CUP-TIE

NOTTINGHAM FOREST PREPARE FOR CUP-TIE

SMALL TEAM WITH BIG HEART HIGH HOPES AMONG THE PLAYERS AT TRENT BRIDGE A GOLF " PREP " OLIVER BROWN IS STILL GROWING! By MAJOR JINKS A SMALL team with big heartthat is Nottingham Forest. I paid a visit to Trent Bridge yesterday, and chatted to officials and players as they prepa
01 January 1931 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
INVESTORS WELCOME THE NEW YEAR

INVESTORS WELCOME THE NEW YEAR

ORDINARY SHARES TO BUY FOR CAPITAL APPRECIATION INVESTORS generally will welcome the advent of New Year in the hopes that it will prove financially more lucrative than its predecessor. In view the low level of securities there are unique opportunities to-day for investment, alth
01 January 1931 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ES BY AUCTION. BY J ' Wilkinson and fisher. HPUE (FRIDAY) at 12 o'clock. Hotel Yard. Derby. Sale f-'RNAVFVT 1

ES BY AUCTION. BY J ' Wilkinson and fisher. HPUE (FRIDAY) at 12 o'clock. Hotel Yard. Derby. Sale f-'RNAVFVT 1

?, 18 °, f KOSE and FRUIT TREES, WiUia™ £ SHRUBS. Etc., for Messrs. rroT l & Sons. Borrowash. Cata- ™, ?. hn Wilkinson & Fisher, - Derwent-street, Derby. ADVERTISEMENTS. FRAMING, Gilding the tra,u r ,™ r8 Re-silvered. Cheapest in from T'i. a tow doors country b P°t. Pictures del
01 January 1931 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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01 January 1931 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Theft from Hotel Hall.

Theft from Hotel Hall.

At the same court Thomas King, of fixed address, was sentenced to three months' imprisonment with hard laliour for stealing overcoat and gloves from the hall of the Carfax Hotel, Station Hill, on Christmas Eve.
01 January 1931 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
PIT LAD WHO BECAME

PIT LAD WHO BECAME

LORD MAYOR. A Loss to Newcastle. NEWCASTLE, Thursday. The death occurred last night of the Lord Mayor of Newcastle, Councillor Joseph Stephenson. Air. Stephenson, who was once pit lad, the head of a wholesale fruit business in the city. His year of ofiice expired in November los
01 January 1931 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
140,000 MINERS OUT.

140,000 MINERS OUT.

There is almost complete stoppage work in the South Wales coalfield, over 140,000 miners being idle. A Federation official said the men were standing solillv behind their leaders, ami the stoppage was practically 100 per cent. have,” added, of course consented to the safetymen g
01 January 1931 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England