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HOLLINGS HILL ACCIDENT.

HOLLINGS HILL ACCIDENT.

Shaw, 23, af 340, Huddersfield Road, aid Flliott, 17, of 2. Spicer Street, Bradford, were injured when thrown tiom tandem cycle they were lescending Hollings Hill on Monday night. Their machine came into collision with it pedestrian, Roland Carr, of Liudley, Huddersfield. B..th
07 April 1934 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
OPERATIC SOCIETY'S DANOE

OPERATIC SOCIETY'S DANOE

dance organised at Hie Town Hall on Monday Yeadon Amateur Operatic Society attracted attendance of over 300. Sutton’s Arabian Dance Band provided music, and during the evening gave an amusing impression ol Cab Calloway’s Band. The M.C.’s were Messrs. IV. Bedford, H. Marshall and
07 April 1934 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
“JOURNEY’S END.’’

“JOURNEY’S END.’’

Arrangements have been made for Menston British Legion Players to give performances of their production of the well-known war play “Journey’s End,’’ Yeadon Town Hall on April 14 and 16. The play has been given with conspicuous success at Menston and Burley. AU the members of the
07 April 1934 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
He’ll take k» biscuit BONIO SPRATT’S hisadir BOMIO YJritc for tOOpage. free. Guide to Dog Management"• SPRATTS PATENT LTD, 58.

He’ll take k» biscuit BONIO SPRATT’S hisadir BOMIO YJritc for tOOpage. free. Guide to Dog Management"• SPRATTS PATENT LTD, 58.

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07 April 1934 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CUCKOO.

THE CUCKOO.

About the beginning of spring w» expect to hear the cuckoo. It does not live in England during the winter, but every spring, about the end of April or the beginning of May, it comes to England to stay for the summer until about August or September, when it leaves for Africa. Alt
07 April 1934 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
A Bomber’s Salute.

A Bomber’s Salute.

Uo you see that aeroplane approaching from the South? She will not land. The nose dips in salute. Away she goes. She not one of us, but bomber from the R.A.F. camp further North. Look that little silver winged marvel over there. She can dart from one end of the British Isles to
07 April 1934 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
tuiiate wistful atom had doting of her i chap, paying because one cut brother pether was pockets, and r.ieg of

tuiiate wistful atom had doting of her i chap, paying because one cut brother pether was pockets, and r.ieg of

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07 April 1934 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
A MENSTON ACCIDENT.

A MENSTON ACCIDENT.

Some contusion arose after an accident on the moor road at Menston on Thursday night. A passer on the moor beyond Mather Dykes about eight o’clock in the evening, heard groans coming from the roadside. On investigation, he found a motor cycle embedded in the wall, opposite where
07 April 1934 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England
 
Old Folks' Tea.

Old Folks' Tea.

One cannot write about Mr. Kendall without remembering the Shipley and Siiltaire Old Friends’ Tea. which is held annually on the first Saturday in March. The idea originated in KkH, with Mr. Hurry Cotti.m, piano-makerthen resident at Moorhead—and himself. Tin- treat held that ye
07 April 1934 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England