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CREWE ORME LEAGUE.

CREWE ORME LEAGUE.

Eel lON "A." P. W. 1.. D. P. St. 14 5 0 15 Wallas.= —..—.—.. l4 1 1: ... . . ..... ....... ...... St. &oboe Liberal& Central l3 311 1 5 CONSERVATIVE v. WILLASTON. 56 J. Loos 100 Nu ya 00 H. Gough ..... ....-- Wm. Butler 100 V. Gram~ 103 J. ..-....-- ......... Batley 413 70 IL 15
23 February 1935 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
10 to ISMS 01 TSB CRUMMY&

10 to ISMS 01 TSB CRUMMY&

10 ISMS 01 TSB CRUMMY& Wr,—T:te letter which was the bone of con Wntion et the Trades and Labour Council votecatching meeting provoked sunny excuses from Aid. R. Dutton. not one of which justified the nonappearance of this letter. One wonders w:iut owner. nextl Will it be Russia.
16 March 1935 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
ASSISTANTS WANT FULL-TIME

ASSISTANTS WANT FULL-TIME

A :titer was read frost the Shop A•eitanti lion. int mating that me Town Conned had urged to appoint a fit:ilium Inspector, and Mr. Smart isecietary of the local propoad the fo.louing ram:talon:— representing the orgagised oorkcre of Crewe. cats upon the Torso Council to at once
16 March 1935 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
(Cornrow Feor Pismo, Como.)

(Cornrow Feor Pismo, Como.)

was a Churchman, their efforts to restore their church appealed to him. and be hoped. the eases being a good one, that they would raise a substantial sum. SIXTY-SIX YEARS A LOCAL PREACHER. Sir Tbomaa Rowbotham remarked that the lineation of church finance was one of immense impo
23 February 1935 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
CREME FRIENDLY ROCII TY OFFICIAL.

CREME FRIENDLY ROCII TY OFFICIAL.

the death of )11 , . Ernest Steele (S 7), 43, flainsbornugh.road, Crewe, the Crewe Equalised District Order of Druids' Friendly Society has lost a valuable official. Foe stain' years he was the secretary of the Squire Hill Lodge, and represented the Lodge at the half-yearly Dutn
16 March 1935 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
MARKET?.

MARKET?.

I'IIE4IER. Saturday.-Engl* beef 6d. Is. 2,1., Eng:oh mutton 6a. to 11d., forw.ga be* and motion 4d. to 1... pock 4d. to 1.. 44., veal 9.1. to la. 4d., lamb to lc. bd. per lb.; eggs Is. 4.1. to Is. bd. per docent butt* Is. 3d. to Is. 44. per lb.; dies* 116 per lb. • *wheal td. so
23 February 1935 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
TWO ACRES OF HEATH ABLAZE.

TWO ACRES OF HEATH ABLAZE.

Considerable damage has been caused by fire to the wooded slopes of Mow Coo during the week-end. when flames devoured more than two acres of thick woodland. Throughout Sunday and Monday the fire caused anxiety to many residents in the neighbourhood as ere was a danger of the fla
10 August 1935 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
MARBIIKY.

MARBIIKY.

WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.—On 'Tdrsday week Mrs. Poole presided. After the usual business a lecture was given by Mr. Jones. of the Vegetarian Society. Manchester, on "Diet and common sense." He said the common ailments in this country were caused more by wrong diet than anything else. G
10 August 1935 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
ES TAKES FROM HAULAGE

ES TAKES FROM HAULAGE

John Henry Wilson. aged 21. Kensington Avenue Victoria Park. swooned and had to receive assistance from officers when he appeared at Winsford Police Court on Friday charged on remand with false pretecces. was alleged to have posed first as an oispectot of the Ministry Transport,
10 August 1935 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England