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NORWICH OLD lIIRD.

NORWICH OLD lIIRD.

Yellow cock.-1, and 7. 0. Baker; 3, J. Redpath. Tuff cock.-1, 7. C. Baker; I and 3, J. - mpsen. Yellow hen.--1, F . C. B a k er; 2 , and 3, 1. Redpath. Buff nen.-1, F. C. Baker; 2. J. Redpath; 5, T. Lee. 11en, :nor* dark than light. —T. Lee. Green or cinnamon cock or hen.-1, and
20 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
BORDERS, 1932.

BORDERS, 1932.

Yellow cock.-1. J. Anderson (North fetitono: ; J. Crosby tStakefordt; 3, 0. Smith. Ruff eock.-1. and 2, R. Glass (Stakeforlo: 3, .1. Anderson. Yellow hen.-1, and Glass; 3, J. Anderwm. Buff ben.-1, J. Anderson; 2 and 3, Glass, Green or cinnamon cock, yellow or buff. and 2, R Cros
20 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
SOCIAL

SOCIAL

following p. pile of Mrs L. Burke. • ..f T iting \'pwwril ~.•.•ping. Middleton Street, Blyth. awe l rev &beat. s at exam i• 'ions. held In September last. In I !nazi's Shorthand. from a sealed test a Special Examining Committee: mentary.—Misses C. MePPell, Nan. 1.6 ;:ing. Full T
20 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
FROM HELL TO HEAVEN

FROM HELL TO HEAVEN

HELL - if they lost! HEAVEN-if they won! ALSO SILOWVO
20 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
SCHOOL STONS•LAYINQ

SCHOOL STONS•LAYINQ

WHILE Blyth's housing estate is •till IrrOwlng between Waterloo and Newsham. and the juvenile population rapidly increasing, the need of a new infants' school In The vl'lnity has rendered the present scheme sonwa hut overdue. fyontinued in Next Column.,
20 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 

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Aid. Craigs' Reply

Aid. Craigs' Reply

"On the sari," observation, however, glees ,lAfensive capabilities to Alderman Joint Crtigs, chairman of tile local magistrates, who does no t blink at the a.bnormal number of dubs but offers the retort that Ashington has a sober people, writes a "Illyth News Ashington Post," re
20 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
EXIT SIMEON

EXIT SIMEON

CHAPTER XIV. WHEN GREEK MEETS GREEK. Ilex hail relied • trite before 'fovea ecloek, but Captain Teti Bellamy —the title was self •conferrexl, for the man had never been under any other thrn &mead° fire—gave bim until an hour liter midnight to settle down. Bellamy's own supple pr
09 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
WAX MUSEUM

WAX MUSEUM

A Picture that Boasts Of 104 Perfect Actors.
09 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
.6F Ali ILY PARTY'

.6F Ali ILY PARTY'

. 6 F Ali ILY PARTY' air Frankham suggested that If witness had known that the majority of people in the room were related and that there was a family party in progress it might have made a big difference In the action of the police that night. At this juncture the Clerk (Col. A.
09 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
(OTHER FOOTBALL ON PAGE SIX) WYNN GOES TO WEDNESDAY

(OTHER FOOTBALL ON PAGE SIX) WYNN GOES TO WEDNESDAY

Ernie Coaaderace Rewarded The persistent oonfidence of Mr. Ernie Hoffman, the secretary-manager of Blyth Spartans, to bring about a transfer deal, with one of his young proteges, Jimmy; Wynn, was definitely justified on Tuesday night when this inside right was tramp ferred to Sh
09 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England