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HOSPITAL UP.KUP

HOSPITAL UP.KUP

When the question of the adjustment of financial arrangements for the Infectious Diseases Hospital, in proportton to the use made by fix blyth Council and the Port Saiditary Authority came up for diorite'ion the Clerk read two letter s from the Minister of Health on the matter,
13 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
HUNDREDS TURNED AWAY

HUNDREDS TURNED AWAY

Service Hundreds of tcnvaspeople were unable to be aoroasmodatod in the Central Hall, Ashington yesterday, where a Memorial nervier, organised by the town's branch of the British Legion, was attended by 1,500. Be%eral hundred people demonstrated their observance by forming a Que
13 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
SPORT THROUGHOUT THE AGES Rtv. J. S. Douglas at Blyth Supporters' Club Meeting in the happy atmosphere created by Blyth

SPORT THROUGHOUT THE AGES Rtv. J. S. Douglas at Blyth Supporters' Club Meeting in the happy atmosphere created by Blyth

Spartans F.A. cup-tie victory against Wardley Welfare and the breezy personality of the Rev. J. Sholto Douglas, WllO addressed the supporters club on Monday night, the third gathering of the winter session proved to be enjoyable from every aspect. Mr A. Neale occupied the chair,
09 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
TO THE ELECTOR& CROFT WARD LAME AND GENTLEMEN,— Allow me to offer my sincerest thanks to all who supported ire

TO THE ELECTOR& CROFT WARD LAME AND GENTLEMEN,— Allow me to offer my sincerest thanks to all who supported ire

by voting at the Council Election on Nov, Ist. [also think all thaw who worked diligently on u behalf. Yours, Faithfully. JAS. YOUNG. ri AstiN..-111ALLROOM DANCING TALIAIT PRIVATELY. Children and Adults.--Par•
09 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
SSHEETS. QUILTS. BLANKETS. RUGS , Jackets and Vesta. Trousers, Women's Coats. Boots and Shoes just opened out. Don't miss these

SSHEETS. QUILTS. BLANKETS. RUGS , Jackets and Vesta. Trousers, Women's Coats. Boots and Shoes just opened out. Don't miss these

hargalna. Cash or Payanent., —COVEN AND CO., Burt Street. Blyth. FITTINGS FOR 441.1.—Mt, Oak Ofßee Desk, flat top. with Mnraness glass surround: lOtt. Mahogany C.ounter: Sit. Glass Counter Cams: TArga Oak Table, lOtt. long. Mt. wide. — Joseph Soulsby, Waterloo Road, Blyth. 415.
09 November 1933 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 

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RADIOGRAM

RADIOGRAM

This radiogram attains in selectivity, range and quality of reproduction the highest standard yet achieved in radio science. It employs a system using 3 ganged circuits. Local reception is by internal mains aerial, external aerial only being required for distant stations. Fitted
10 November 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
MEDICINES

MEDICINES

When your Health is Impaired Bring Your PRESCRIPTIONS
10 November 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
DELIVERY to your door

DELIVERY to your door

CEMENT. BEST PORTLAND c 'wt.HAS. TAR AND CREOSOTE. FELT,. 116 d., sad., andOd. tier WI su. Wet: Wireless Poles and Rustic Poles: Rustic Seat, and Arcbes: Doors, Oates and Cr. °doted Pension 01/XENHOUSS BARS. ALL RINDS SPOUTS AND MOULDINGS IN SIOCK 1)11 lIIACIIINED TO REQUIREMENT
10 November 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
CLEO/T(IN PHONE * 156 „. H E AlkA

CLEO/T(IN PHONE * 156 „. H E AlkA

CL EO/T( I N PHONE 156 H E have a few tiood (Hikes and Storerooms to Let over our Showrooms, low rents. Apply at the Showrooms.
10 November 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
A POLICE WITNESS

A POLICE WITNESS

T HE governors of the Hemsworth Grammar School are to be congratulated on breaking new ground by inviting to their Speech Day a person who has won eminence in other than academic fields. All sorts of celebrities have addressed schools on prize day, but not often a policeman. The
10 November 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England