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FELL INTO THE DRY DOCK

FELL INTO THE DRY DOCK

A BIRKENHEAD MAN DIES FROM INJURIES Fred Canon (50), of Church-street, Birkenhead, a labourer employed at Grayson, Rollo, and Clover's shipyard, to-day slipped and fell into the dry dock. He received severe injuries to the head and was taken by ambulance to the Birkenhead Genera
21 November 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MR. THERM AMONG THE DOCTORS . . . This winter—not a cold corner in your house— To the British Commercial

MR. THERM AMONG THE DOCTORS . . . This winter—not a cold corner in your house— To the British Commercial

Gas Association, thanks to N R 28 Grosvenor Gardens. London, S.W.I • Please send me your free booklet : Not a Cold Corner in the House." THERI•I GET THIS BOOK-IT'S FREE. Do you know that them doctors out of every four in this country use gas firog themselves conclusive proof tha
21 November 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARCELLA WHIFFS

MARCELLA WHIFFS

THE LIVERPOOL ECHO. TrEsDAy, NOVEMBER 21. 1232
21 November 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THEY'RE TELLING US

THEY'RE TELLING US

Golf talks, other than those in which we indulge on the course, are growing apace. Here is the 1110bL instructive character, Bobby Jones' talk of the down swing and " waying it with Mks", at the Forum; and 1 hear that Harry' Rimnter, the local pro., will give a talk at the Palat
21 November 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARKETS DOING WELL

MARKETS DOING WELL

Councillor John Waterworth (C.) was to-day elected chairman of the Liverpool Markets Committee, in succession to the late Alderman W. W. Kelly. For the deputy - chairmanship Councillor F. Redmond (C.) and Alderman H. Walker (Lab.) were nominated, and Mr. Redmond was elected to s
21 November 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Adventures Of The Chums

Adventures Of The Chums

Adventures The Chums
21 November 1933 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
STORY OF TRIANGLE DRAMA IN POISON CHARGE

STORY OF TRIANGLE DRAMA IN POISON CHARGE

TORY OF TRIANGLE DRAMA IN POISON CHARGE BAILOR'S CUTTER AND ANOTHER WOMAN TO HAVE PUT ARSENIC WIFE'S TEA AND MEDICINE BANK HOLIDAY SCENE ones, 45, Win r as tailor's cutter, of g road Wembley, V c l reman d Weald- ' cc Court to-day the attempted his wife. to f ec that " did admini
21 November 1933 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FIRST-CLASS COMFORT AT THIRD-CLASS FARE.

FIRST-CLASS COMFORT AT THIRD-CLASS FARE.

IMPROVEMENTS ON BRITISH RAILWAYS. DRAUGHT PREVENTERS. Third-class coaches are being introduced, by the main railway companies, -which for travel comfort are better than the first-class coach of a few years ago. These improvements are the result of experiments which have been mad
21 November 1933 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CHIEF PRIZE FOR DUNCOOLER

CHIEF PRIZE FOR DUNCOOLER

MORE SUCCESSES FOR GORDON RUNNERS PLENTIFUL AT WARWICK NEVER MIND SCORES BY EIGHT LENGTHS Gordon Kichards, who rode two winners at Warwick this afternoon, and thus brought his score the season up to 258, is putting on weight, and had to declare lib. extra to ride Duncooler, the
21 November 1933 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
STOMACH TABLETS END INDIGESTION and you find StQlQach news Ihe in tablet form. Powder can now . and Stomach T

STOMACH TABLETS END INDIGESTION and you find StQlQach news Ihe in tablet form. Powder can now . and Stomach T

over tie country they are finding it Powder. All one t>e cure d.gest.ve troubles povious offoits could not relievo, ulcers whir <i|'"° , - , , ... STbdna cured this wonderful powder. the Sing hospitals are the formula. It's simply marvellous. , . . If you suffer from ncid stomac
21 November 1933 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England