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17 November 1933 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
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17 November 1933 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
PERSONAL VISIT of SEYMOUR HICKS With his Daly's Theatre Co., in ludin VIOLA TREE, A. BROMLEY DAVENPORT, and JEAN COLIN,

PERSONAL VISIT of SEYMOUR HICKS With his Daly's Theatre Co., in ludin VIOLA TREE, A. BROMLEY DAVENPORT, and JEAN COLIN,

In One Long Laugh, IT'S YOU I WANT 300 Performances in London. 300
17 November 1933 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
WHAT HE WANTED

WHAT HE WANTED

Three Months' For Theft At Winchcombe Sidney George Need, stated to be a married men, a native of Pershore, who had lived in Birmingham, and had for years been tramping the country, thanked Mr. J. Oakey and Mrs. Moulton, the magistrates, at Winchcombe to-day when they sentenced
17 November 1933 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
DERBY CUP WON BY LUCKY PATCH

DERBY CUP WON BY LUCKY PATCH

Perryman Scores On Sir Alfred Butts Three-Year-Old At 4-1 CHEPSTOW -WYE VALLEY HURDLE RACE of -■ •*' £80; one mile and a half. BLACK DUNCAN (Mr G M King) T Cullinan 1 Changtoi F Maxwell Purple llcalm . McCarthy 3 13 ran: bchervic Niciiotson), (uir R. Corbett). Joi de Vivre foste
17 November 1933 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Small " advertisements are Inserted as early as possible, but definite guarantee can be given for specific dates. HOUSES, &C„

Small " advertisements are Inserted as early as possible, but definite guarantee can be given for specific dates. HOUSES, &C„

TO BE LET OR SOLO BUNGALOW to let, redecorated, rooms, bathroom, scullery, large garden, garage, rent l<is. (id. per week, near Brockworth Cross Handfl.—Apply 3 Roman-road. Cheltenham. 2721 let, at 2 Lyeiield Villas, Copt Elm-road, -L Charlton Kings. reception rooms, kitchen. 4
17 November 1933 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT—MALES LEARNER required for eub. Post Office, male or female, email salary, over 16.—Write 27 4 Echo, Cheltenham. PORTER

SITUATIONS VACANT—MALES LEARNER required for eub. Post Office, male or female, email salary, over 16.—Write 27 4 Echo, Cheltenham. PORTER

wanted, shop work, parcels, able drive car preferred.—Gough and Edwards, Cheltenham. ■ wanted. watchmaking and jewellery, alto smart boy assist workshops. —Write experience, wages, etc., 2 9 Echo. Cheltenham. MOTOR and Cycle Trade. Experienced mechanic, capable managing small ga
17 November 1933 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
WEATHER FORECAST A DEPRESSION remains centred over Spain. Pressure is high in a belt over Scandinavia to the Faroes, and

WEATHER FORECAST A DEPRESSION remains centred over Spain. Pressure is high in a belt over Scandinavia to the Faroes, and

to the west the British Isles. Wind will be northeasterly and strong at times the east and south. Weather will be rather cold, with local night frost in the north. Local wintry showers are probable, especially in the east, while rain may be more continuous South-east England.
17 November 1933 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Echoes From Town

Echoes From Town

Session's Work Finished—Sir Henry Betted Latest—The Way To Beauty LONDON, Friday. FOR all practical purposes, Parliament might just as well have been prorogued last evening. All business was out of tho way 5 o'clock. Such result, must have been foreseen, and was doubtless merely
17 November 1933 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NEARLY BECAME A CANNIBAL.

NEARLY BECAME A CANNIBAL.

ENGLISHMAN'S ADVENTURES IN THE SOUTH SEAS. ' How he nearly became a cannibal, and (how his acceptance of tho gift of human skull led to lot trouble, were two matters related by Mr. C. Collinson, the well-known traveller, explorer and author, when he lectured to members of the Co
17 November 1933 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England