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MEN TEACHERS' MEETING

MEN TEACHERS' MEETING

A meeting of men teachers was held under the of the National Associa tion Schoolmasters at the Ancerstein Hall during the week-end, when Mr, R, Anderson, 8.A., Hon. Treasurer, gave an address on the aims and objects of the National Association of Schoolmasters. Men teachers fra
20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
HEW AUTUMN CARPETS

HEW AUTUMN CARPETS

Seamless We recommend every ft. ins. ft. ins. £ S. 9 0 x 7 6 ... See the special window displays.
20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
MEETING will held at DRIVER'S CAFE. TO-MORROW, 21st NOV., 1933, 7.30 p.m., for the whole the loth HAMPSHIRE REGT. OLD

MEETING will held at DRIVER'S CAFE. TO-MORROW, 21st NOV., 1933, 7.30 p.m., for the whole the loth HAMPSHIRE REGT. OLD

COMRADES. Light refreshments provided.
20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ATIONAL CITIZENS' UNION PUBLIC MEETING

ATIONAL CITIZENS' UNION PUBLIC MEETING

ST. JUDE'S CHURCH HALL. Marmion Road, Southsca. WEDNESDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER. 1933, At 3.0 p.m. Speaker; Mr. H. J. GAMLIN TChairuian, Central Executive, Headquarters). POLICY AND WORK OF THE N.C.D.” Chairman: Col. I. GAITSKELL. Admission Free. Doors open at 2.30 p.m. ALL ARE WELCOME
20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Buyer for Chocolate Firms

Buyer for Chocolate Firms

Mr. Acland has lived in West Africa for some U years and for about six years has been employed a buyer in Cadbury and Frys' joint buying agency in West Africa. An official of the firm of Messrs. J. S- Frv and Sons, at Somerdale, near Bristol, to-day. told a Press representative
20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ACTIVE LIST CHANGES

ACTIVE LIST CHANGES

APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS following eppointments were made the Admiralty this afternoon LieateoaDt-Coaumaadert. —L. W. Lamplougb to the Victorv. Dec. a 8; J. DooglM to the Lucbaotretfe. Dec. 27. Lieutenant* —i'. H. Higginl<olbam to the Victory for P. uo-l If. X. School, Dec. F. W.
20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Top Marks

Top Marks

Proud reference was made during the evening that Corporal Slade, of No. Company, had obtained top marks in the N.C.O. class at the School of Anti-Aircraft Defence. Bigging Hill. Kent. R.O.M.S. Harvey, who proposed Past W.O. and Sergeants,” coupled with the toast The Permanent St
20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
marriages

marriages

HYOC—CARfCNTIK—t-'n No-tn-b-t lith, ,t All Aim.' K,t. f. I’tnoa,. i»eorge Ronald, youngest eon Mr. and Mrs. A. Hyde, v.omoivrciai Boed, Mile EuJ, Veru Lvelrp Irene Msy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Ur».* H. ITctona Road, touUseu.
20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

A CLEAN Girl wssted, nbout 14; mornings before 10 m., 11. ll< rhert Bond. A STRONG Boy wanted, able to cycle.—Apply T. Cook and Co., 40, High Street, Poitauonth. ASSISTANTS required for beg and fancy departments. Experience essential—Apply D. Moract. ASSISTANT Manager for Portsm
20 November 1933 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England