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NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY

NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY

OF SCOTLAND. At the monthly meeting of the directors of the Nationil Bible Society of Scotland held in Glasgow recently, Rev. J. M. B. Duncan, 8.D., in the chair, the budget for 1934 was passed. It was regretfully pointed out that owing to the economic scarcity and the great dem
16 November 1933 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
JOBBING PUNCTUALLY ArtKNOED TO

JOBBING PUNCTUALLY ArtKNOED TO

SEAMILL HYDROPATHIC WEST EILBBIDS, Ayrshire. Set• Water Baths. BEAUTIFUL SITUATION. Prospectus. Manager.
16 November 1933 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
SON DETAINED AND OHARCED

SON DETAINED AND OHARCED

[lllustrated on Pack 5.1 A shocking double tragedy was discovered at Rubery, just outside the Birmingham city boundary. The victims were mother and daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Johnson, aged 55, widow, of 1, Richmond Road, Rubery, and Miss Hilda Johnson, aged 28, sewing machinist emp
16 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
NINE DEAD HORSES FARM LABOURER FOR TRIAL

NINE DEAD HORSES FARM LABOURER FOR TRIAL

Wilfred Sydney Ward (aged 18), farm labourer, of Hatfield, was charged at Thorne (Yorks.), with killing nine horses between April and October this year, the property of Charles Frederick Weldrake, Hatfield farmer. Superintendent W. Huddlestons said that Ward was employed by Mr.
16 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
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16 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
life savings

life savings

Mr. W. Cumsty (prosecuting) said tht 1 procedure adopted by Morgan v.as very similar in each rase. He n,[dressed advertisments in the Press widows and spinsters, became aniuainted with the three women ottered them marriage and obtained jmin them various sums. In two cases tiie a
16 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
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16 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
FRIGH • FOB MOTHERWELL

FRIGH • FOB MOTHERWELL

Motherwell were given fright before they eventually got the better of Hibernians. Aberdeen soundly defeated Falkirk while Hearts proved to be too good tor Queen’s Park. The Rangers visited Queen the South and convincingly defeated the home side while Celtic secured narrow succes
16 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THEFTS FROM A PAWNSHOP FREE TO LADIES! Mrs. Morris, the Lady Adviser, after 20 veari’ experleoco in all atlmeiits. lias

THEFTS FROM A PAWNSHOP FREE TO LADIES! Mrs. Morris, the Lady Adviser, after 20 veari’ experleoco in all atlmeiits. lias

much confidence recommending her unfailing REMEDY WITHOUT MEDICINE Irrrffnlaritics. etc., removed a new and abeolutely Certain Method without pills, mixture medicine. It is speedy, simple and a scientific system wnicb has been practised with wonderful results. receive letters of
16 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE

FATHER ACQUITTED ON RE-TRIAL Hi' tried at Salop Assizes because Jury at former hearing had failed agree upon a verdict, William Thomas Wootlon. 3.>, labourer, of The Knowles Uuilding. Salop, was acquitted charge arousing him of the manslaughter of his eight mouth old daughter. l
16 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England