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Sir, —At this season when ghost stories are being told, I recall an evening during the Boer War when, as

Sir, —At this season when ghost stories are being told, I recall an evening during the Boer War when, as

a member of the old Cheltenham Rifle Volunteers, we were on manoeuvres at Prestbury, with another company as the enemy. Capt. Tarrant and Sergt. Tibbies were in charge. Another comrade - - arms and I were posted inside the churchyard, crouching under the wall, which was lower on
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
" Dear Comrades, I'm Through "

" Dear Comrades, I'm Through "

Kalle Kauhunen, one of Finland's leading Communists wrote this letter to the party when he left it to join the Moderate Social Democrats, says Reuter from Helsinki. "Dear comrades, I was hauled before the class courts in 1918. I was interrogated by the State Police when Communis
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
HAZARE EXCELS IN THIRD TEST

HAZARE EXCELS IN THIRD TEST

BRILLIANT innings of 175 not out by Hazare enabled India to take their score to 422 all out on the second day of the third unofficial Test match against the Commonwealth cricket touring team at Calcutta today. At the close Commonwealth were 15 for no wicket Hazare was unperturbe
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
100—WANTS TO SEE TELEVISION

100—WANTS TO SEE TELEVISION

MRS. Ellen Wilkes, Finham Green Farm, Leamingtonroad, Finham, near Coventry, will be 100 to-morrow—New Year's Day. She is in good health, and one of her principal wishes is to see a television programme.
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Births, Marriages and Deaths RATES tor these Announcements 18 Words (or less) 3/-1 lid. per word afterwards. They can be

Births, Marriages and Deaths RATES tor these Announcements 18 Words (or less) 3/-1 lid. per word afterwards. They can be

repeated the " Cheltenham Chronicle" at half-pric* CONGRATULATIONS KING. Francis—Congratulations, Dad, your 86th birthday.—The Twins. RTHS WATT* December 31st, at 29 Bloomsbury-street, Cheltenham, Joan Deacon) and Dennis, the welcome gilt daughter (Carol Anne). DEATHS RIPLEY—On
31 December 1949 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
in the

in the

THEATRE By ALAN BENDLE minor point, but surely, for the children, it means the difference between losing the thread of the story and keeping it. THERE is one piece of bad linkage in " Great Expectations " at the Library Theatre. The informer knocks on the door and asks for Magwi
31 December 1949 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SocutS THE OUTSIZE SHOP

SocutS THE OUTSIZE SHOP

D STREET, MANCHESTER Just past Stcren,wn Se,
31 December 1949 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Pauline.-Happy New Year. 1 Love you.-Peter. FOUND, BLACK TOM CAT, Szretford- C.-c.-H. area.—Tel. CHOrltcn 3596. 1 5. -HAPPY NEW YEAR, DEAR: all my love.-05. T —Darling, worried, let me help, Mon.. J • 7 p.m., talk, I.L.U.—Your G:rl. S .H.—Mon if nights 9 p.m. Now at Porn.—Love M
31 December 1949 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WHIST DRIVES

WHIST DRIVES

Ambassador. Pendlet on.—WhL=t , 8 0: 1/6. L2O Guar. To-nt., 7 45. Ad. 3 , 6, 11 Prizes: Over at 9 30. Open D:y., 2-10, Whist. etc. Membership 2/6 p.a -Oxford Wh'V•
31 December 1949 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SACRED FRUITS BACK AGAIN (Now in syrup and points-free, bless them) EVENING NEWS REPORTER LYCHEES—sacred fruit of cotton wool. They

SACRED FRUITS BACK AGAIN (Now in syrup and points-free, bless them) EVENING NEWS REPORTER LYCHEES—sacred fruit of cotton wool. They

are now Canton are coining canned in a syrup. One shop back to Manchester shops, this week sold out supplies in but not in pre-war style. Now two days. Other food news : they are tinned, cost 45., and Practically no plaice in are point-free. A favourite Manchester market to-day,
31 December 1949 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England