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GIVE US A TRIAL

GIVE US A TRIAL

'Phone No. 8151/1. Memos Account Headings Tickets Programmes THOMAS ADAMS & SONS, The Midlothian Suburban Press, PORTOBELLO.
17 November 1933 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
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17 November 1933 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
VISIT THE MOTOR SHOW 7" KELVIN HALL, GLASGOW GOLF NOTE.

VISIT THE MOTOR SHOW 7" KELVIN HALL, GLASGOW GOLF NOTE.

VISIT THE MOTOR SHOW KELVIN HALL, GLASGOW GOLF NOTE. There was a fairly good entry in the bogey competition at Devol on Saturday of last week. The earl• morning frost disappeared as the day advanced, but at starting time there-was a cold wind and a threat of rain. Coming the prog
17 November 1933 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
THE HARBOUR TRUST.

THE HARBOUR TRUST.

At the recent election of stockholder:;' trustees of the Harbour Tru4 Messrs 1). D. Gray and James Murray. were unanimously re-elected. Mr Hugh Campbell, of Messrs Ross Marshall, and Mr Walter E. Marshall, shipowner, James Watt Dock, have been appointed a; local representatives
17 November 1933 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
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17 November 1933 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
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17 November 1933 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
NO RISE IN PRICES !

NO RISE IN PRICES !

C.C., Needham I'. E. Smith and the NIS & BOWLS 1 - )n - n - i — fo -r iget the oar chance selection TABE.t• GLOVES TIES. . • ME X BOROUGH NATIONAL SPIRITUALIST 1 . 39 l " s re Ht. PCIT (we s t t) sun November FOR Our Brench FOR TOIL:. 1 . et ree ._ . noel forget that Friend abro
17 November 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
KILNHtrIiST

KILNHtrIiST

YOUNG PEOPLES (WILD. A whist drive wee held in the National Schools last night in aid of Guild Funds. MOTHERS' UNION.—A whist drive was held at the Church Institute on Wedneeday. Mrs. Gill (president) acted as M.C. SUNDAY SCHOOL FESTIVAL.—SpeciaI services in connection with the
17 November 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
WEST MELTON

WEST MELTON

HARDY.—Mrs. Helen (Nellie) Hardy, wife of Mr. Wilson Hardy, headmaster of the Victoria (With) Senior &hoe , died at her home, 3, High Street, Wet Melton, on Tuesday. Mrs. Hardy watt also a member of the teaching profession , and her loss is greatly felt at the National and Victo
17 November 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
A ROUND TRIP.

A ROUND TRIP.

On Septe•uner 12th witness hit the garage at 6 a.m., and arrived back at 9 pm., having taken a toad to Birmingham lie was driving for 13 hours, and covered 100 miles. He stopped for a meal during the afternoon. On September 16th he again went to Birmingham and nn tikat occation
17 November 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England