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CANLISLN AUCTION KARTS,

CANLISLN AUCTION KARTS,

At Botchergate Mart yesterday supplies were 260 fat cattle, 2,882 fat sheep. 605 pigs and 62 (salves. There was a large show of killing pigs. All grades of beef, including cows, wore Is per live cwt. cheaper. Top price per live cwt. 40s 6d for an Angus cross heifer. Bullocks to
31 December 1935 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
FROM A CORKESPONDENT,

FROM A CORKESPONDENT,

Sono: people are very pessimistic. Wheq asked clout thair health they make sumo such reply as " Not particularly fit, bat what c in you export with this atrocious weather? - l'essuunat personified. To mako up the ind that you are going to be affected by irapossiloe neither condi
31 December 1935 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
CUMBERLAND & WESTMORLAND ASSOCIATIONS BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLANDS. The second social, dance and supper of the session was held at the

CUMBERLAND & WESTMORLAND ASSOCIATIONS BIRMINGHAM AND MIDLANDS. The second social, dance and supper of the session was held at the

BiHealey Anus Hotel, Kings Heath. The gathering was in every way a success, upwrirds of 100 members and frie:tds being present, and the spirit of good fellowship and enjoyment was very much in evidence under the efforts of the M.C., Mr R B. 13c11 (Carlisle), whose mannerisms and
31 December 1935 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
GENERAL SERVANTS (Continued)

GENERAL SERVANTS (Continued)

WANTED, experienced General tor Llandennie-avenne. Apply The Nook, Uyswen-road. Cynooed. 1917 ANTED. Girl. light Housework, care TT Children; fare paid. —34. Orchardavenue. Southall. Middlesex. WANTED. Experienced General; plain V T cooking; good referencea.—"Woodside." Cetncoed
31 December 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MOTHERS' HELPS AND NURSES

MOTHERS' HELPS AND NURSES

EIPERIENCED Nanny Required for Two young Children.—State age, experience, he., Dire. Stow, " St. Aublne." Ridgeway. avenue, Newport. NURSE -Help Wanted; must be experienced, with good references; maid kept —Smith. Redeota Llantehen. WANTED, Minnie to take first Baby from the mon
31 December 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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HOTEL SERVANTS a WAITRESSES

HOTEL SERVANTS a WAITRESSES

ALEXANDRA Hotel, Cardiff, Requires fully-experienced Female Cook; 30/- weekly; live in.--Apply Manager. A. Vacancy occurs for a Manager of a large Family and Commercial Hotel In South Wales; must have • thorough knowledge of the trade and be an experienced caterer.—Apply Box C 2
31 December 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
GIRL'S FATAL BURNS

GIRL'S FATAL BURNS

Mother's Vain Effort to Save - Her Life " Accidental death " was the verdict returned at an inquest on Monday at Bangor on Myra Annie Morgan, aged 18, of Cae Chwarel-street, Llanllechid, who received fatal turns. The girl shouted to her mother that her apron was on fire. Her mot
31 December 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WEATHER FORECAST

WEATHER FORECAST

SOUTH WALES. Strong to gale southerly wind, veering south-west or west; continuous rain at first, showers and bright intervals later; mild. NORTH WALES.—Light variable wind, freshening from south-east later: cloudy; slight local rain early, a period of continuous rain later; loc
31 December 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FROM OUR OWN ' CORRESPONDENT

FROM OUR OWN ' CORRESPONDENT

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT LONDON, Monday. Intimation has been sent to the coalowners on behalf of all the railway companies declining to accept the proposal that an extra shilling per ton should be paid on coal supplied to the railways. This applies to existing contracts and not
31 December 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LIBERAL DISSENSION

LIBERAL DISSENSION

Dr. Middleton (president of the Liberal Association) met Sir William Martineau (president of the Unionist Association) at Dingwall on Monday in order to clear up the issue, but it is understood that little progress was made, and that Sir William made it quite clear that the Unio
31 December 1935 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales