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THE WEEK'S AUCTION SALES

THE WEEK'S AUCTION SALES

1111 Nutt NT. HIGHER HEATH. Manley and Sons report the ate treaty of the freehold house The Mount." L ndonr Heath. the property of Mr. t Wit:Lk:TON raorEary. w . Whittaker offered several lute itioperty for sale on Thurs. Hall West Lodke. belong- Phillunore. Hanley. was I:550 A
29 May 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SATURDAY. MAY 29th. 1937 METHODIST RALLY IN THE RAIN

SATURDAY. MAY 29th. 1937 METHODIST RALLY IN THE RAIN

BEESTON ATTENDANCE AFFECTED REV. N. G. DUNNING'S VISIT TO TARPORLEN' CIRCUIT Heavy rale Ye pert the marred the rally at IWedeesday 1 the ferneries Methodist Circuit. Last year there was as large sobering. but on this occasion the Inclement weather interfered with the A service w
29 May 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
CREWE PARK ILLUMINATIONS

CREWE PARK ILLUMINATIONS

Crewe Corporation have decided to con- tinue the Coronation Illuminations at the Queen's Park on Saturday next and the following Saturday. A large number of additional h.ihts have been Axed on the flowering beds. Over 15.000 people visited the Park on Saturday. and a collection
29 May 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
MN BALDWIN'S LAST DAY IN COMMONS

MN BALDWIN'S LAST DAY IN COMMONS

Mr. HaMiens Is making hls last appearance in the House of Commons to-day. He will answer questions and state the business to be discussed next week.
29 May 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
RETIREMENT OF MR. JUSTICZ HORRIDGE.

RETIREMENT OF MR. JUSTICZ HORRIDGE.

The resignation of Mr. Justice Horridge, the o:dest Judge, was announced in the ' following statement issued from No. 10. Downing street, on Wednesday night : " The King has approved that Si: Thomas Gardner Horridge be sworn to the Privy Council on his resignation of the office
29 May 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
HOSPITAL ST. METHODIST CHURCH,

HOSPITAL ST. METHODIST CHURCH,

N ANTWICII A DUTCH BAZAAR in the Hospital-st. Hall Feb. 24th & 25th Opened each day at 3 p.m. WEDNESDAY—By Mrs. John Emberton. President Mrs. Furber tHaslinaton). THURSDAY—CHILDREN'S OPENING by Barbara Dutton. Chair. Peter Millard. Supported by Twelve Boys and Girls in Dutch cos
13 February 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
__ _ POST °Fries szumaAptis.

__ _ POST °Fries szumaAptis.

POST °Fries NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant 11 to the provisions the Telegraph Acts, 1863 to 1936, that HIS Majesty's Postmaster-General. having obtained the consent in that behalf of the body having the control of the public road described below, intends to place • TELEGRAPHIC
13 February 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
KOGAN a. SUTTON, M SI.Cb., "OAKDENE." 12. SHREWBRIDGE ROAD, NANTWICH wishes to announce thut lie now retries I'atieet• for T.calmeet

KOGAN a. SUTTON, M SI.Cb., "OAKDENE." 12. SHREWBRIDGE ROAD, NANTWICH wishes to announce thut lie now retries I'atieet• for T.calmeet

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13 February 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
JAM BOLT-POLY

JAM BOLT-POLY

trould be pleased if would let have • sample recipe rasp-poiy" Make half • pound of suet trust. roll out to an oblong shave. *reed with jam. damp the edges roll up. fold • w a ded purl floored cloth, tie the soda with string ar.l boll for an hour and • half. TIA STAINS ^Cool.l y
13 February 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
HASLINGTON VILLA DECISIVELY BEATEN WHITCHUItCII AMAT. ♦. HASLINGTON

HASLINGTON VILLA DECISIVELY BEATEN WHITCHUItCII AMAT. ♦. HASLINGTON

VILLA I. Whltchurch Amateurs greatly Improved their chances of securing Crewe League honours on Saturday, when they defeated last years champions by four goals to one . The match was played in brilliant sunshine. and the wind was blowing from to goal. Whltchurch fielded the same
13 February 1937 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England