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Sanitary Inspector’s Salary

Sanitary Inspector’s Salary

The Sub-CommlttCc . considered the question o. the Sanitary Inspector’s salary, and the Medical Officer reported upon salaries paid other towns. It was resolved that Mr. Bullock's basic salary Increased to £475 per annum from December 1, 11114. and that he given three increments
02 February 1945 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
Athletics

Athletics

Mr. R.. C. Coollrig (Blrchfleld Harriers elected President of the Midland Counties Amateur Ath.etic Association at Its 671 a annual meeting, held Birmingham on Saturday. succeeds Mr. J .McKenna (Smad Heath i. who said that Mr. Cooling was eminently suited to his new position aft
02 February 1945 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
THE GREATEST OF All TONICS

THE GREATEST OF All TONICS

THE GREATEST All TONICS party, who commence a month's season at the Memorial Theatre Monday next. The plays chosen arc varied and representative of ail ivpes as glance at the authors* names will show: Bernard Shaw, Noel Coward, James Bridie and Frederick Jackson. Prominent in the
02 February 1945 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
Eastgate Clock

Eastgate Clock

The Borough Surveyor reported that arrangements had been canned out for the lighting of the clock. Reciprocal Agreement—Warwick and Leamington The Tor.n Clerk reported that arrangements had now made with Learnington for reciprocal arrangements regarding hackney carriages between
02 February 1945 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
3Ultuon>leb|tmritt».

3Ultuon>leb|tmritt».

Mrs. G. H. Cokey anb rsMitY wish thank all kind neighbours and friends for the beautiful flowers and meaaas’.s sympathy in their great loss. A»*<» many thanks the workmates and friends Mr. Coney at LMJS. Goods Department. Coventry, for their sympath; shown the lo.s.vof an old pa
02 February 1945 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 

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" Thanhs, Chums!"

" Thanhs, Chums!"

Thli'gs were hot to this particular sector, and tne lad Ira’ Bedworth decided had had enough. He called to the stretcher-bearers and. amid hall of bullets, shell splinters and the rest tthe Colontl called the storm another name which all soldiers recognise), the Bcdworth lad was
02 February 1945 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LANCASTER GUARDIAN AND OBSERVER, FRIDAY, 2 FEBRUARY, 1945 PUBLIC NOTICES.

THE LANCASTER GUARDIAN AND OBSERVER, FRIDAY, 2 FEBRUARY, 1945 PUBLIC NOTICES.

A WELCOME RECEPTION AWAITS YOU CARIBOU HOTEL, GLASSON DOCK FULLY LICENSED. CATERING AND RESIDENTIAL
02 February 1945 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSES TO EXCHANGE. CiXCHANOE Bouse with three Bedrooms, three down, yard, electric for larger house. write 633. OUSE with Carden

HOUSES TO EXCHANGE. CiXCHANOE Bouse with three Bedrooms, three down, yard, electric for larger house. write 633. OUSE with Carden

Wtd. In ex- XX change for house with 3 Reds., Boxroom, Parlour, Kitchen, Scullery, Electric, Gas. Write
02 February 1945 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
Health

Health

MEDICAL OFFICER’S REPORT Hie Medical Officer of submitted the following report for the quarter ended December 31st:— The birth-rate for the quarter was 16.42 per 1,000 of population, as compared with 12.65 for the corresponding quarter of 1943. The death-rate was 11.53 as compa
02 February 1945 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
THE DEFENCE.

THE DEFENCE.

Defendant, in evidence, said Mr. Shaw was not a regular customer, and when he and his colleague came in refused them. When Mr. Shaw.s colleague pointed out Ihe bottle which did not contain whisky, he (defendant) had not himself noticed it. as had not been on duty the previous ev
02 February 1945 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England