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10/- only is the cost of this Advertising Space. Why not tetl the public of those exceptional bargains you are

10/- only is the cost of this Advertising Space. Why not tetl the public of those exceptional bargains you are

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21 November 1933 - Lincolnshire Echo - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
BALLOONING on the BUDGET PROSPECTS

BALLOONING on the BUDGET PROSPECTS

THE TALK OF LONDON LONDON", Tuesday Morning. THE sending of " balloons " on the Budget prospects has already bsgun—although the Chancellor of the Exchequer's big day still some months off—and J. H. Thomas's prs- eft engaging much attention from M.P.s. It true tJiat Mr Thomas's h
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BURIED IN WEDDING DRESS

BURIED IN WEDDING DRESS

Miss .Dilya Bowen. of Cornelly, was yesterday buried in the dress she would have worn at her wedding a few days' time. Her bridal bouquet was placed in the coffin.
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
STOMACH TABLETS END INDIGESTION If your life makes you - suffer from indigestion and you find powders inconvenient, here is

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good news. The famous Maclean Brand Stomach Powder can now be obtained tablet form. Every doctor knows Maclean Brand Stomach Powder. All over the country they are finding cure digestive troubles which have baffled all their previous effort Cases of gastric and duodenal ulcers, v
21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ENTRANCINGLY This was how Miss NITA Xf>] • $ she c,i her delight and amazement qC various articles from our

ENTRANCINGLY This was how Miss NITA Xf>] • $ she c,i her delight and amazement qC various articles from our

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21 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
EXCHANGE OFFICIALS COMMENDED

EXCHANGE OFFICIALS COMMENDED

TRIBUTE AT LOCAL MEETING A tribute to the fairness of the Gloucester Labour Exchange officials was paid yesterday's meeting of the Gloucester Employment Committee. The Committee l.ad received the Secretary's report which dealing with unemployment and transitional benefit stated
21 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
40 YEARS ON RAILWAY

40 YEARS ON RAILWAY

FUNERAL OF MR. E. ALDEN The funeral has taken place of Mr. A. Aldeu, of 54, Derby i'-ad, Gloucester, who for over years worked tlio Great Western Railway. The principal mourners were Messrs. Archibald, Harry, Edward, Percy and Frederick Alden (sonsl, Mrs. Minnie Alden (daughter
21 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
GLO'STER GIRL FOR TRIAL

GLO'STER GIRL FOR TRIAL

SEQUEL TO OFFICER'S WATCH THEFTS ALLEGED H° a detective was lockcd in house in order to keep watch for an intruder, aftd caught voting woman, was described at Gloucester Police Court to-day. As result of the officer'-- ,• charges were preferred -im -' W (22), of 109, Seymour-roa
21 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CORONER ON USE OF COTS

CORONER ON USE OF COTS

COMMENT AT FOREST INQUEST " I have been trying to find out for somo time why some {people fail to use cradlj or cot —even if is clothes basket —for babies," remarked the Forest of Dean Divisional Coroner (Mr. M. F. Carter), at an inquest on a baby at St. Briavels yesterday. " Th
21 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England