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COALSNAUGHTON NEWS

COALSNAUGHTON NEWS

IMPORTANT APPOINTMENT. —We are pleased to learn that Mr Alex. Duncan (eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs Peter Duncan, Coalsnaughton), has been appointed assistant general superintendent of the Superior Coal Company, Gillespie, Illinois, U.S.A. Prior to leaving for America in 191
31 July 1945 - Devon Valley Tribune - Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
Telephone Rentals * , ',l ltd. E

Telephone Rentals * , ',l ltd. E

Telephone Rentals * , ',l ltd. '.TELECOMMUNICATION • MUSIC F 0,-R WORKERS • 1, Park Grove, Cardiff. Installation Companies throughout the Country TIME RECORDING
30 July 1945 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MEDICAL AND DENTAL

MEDICAL AND DENTAL

\ RHEUMATISM CLINIC is held at 3 f"*-. Wmdaor-place. Cardiff. Treatment by appointment on.y. Phone 7027. Qualified Personnel in attendance. Advice Free 1 SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED Sent of vacanciet then column* rcLitej to a mon bttue-n t/,« 9 , of 18 and 0 i*€lustva or woman
30 July 1945 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WILL HAVE BONDERIZEB EQUIPMENT (Trade Mark) » Bondcrizing prevents rust by bonding paint to steel, thus ensuring a permanently beautiful

WILL HAVE BONDERIZEB EQUIPMENT (Trade Mark) » Bondcrizing prevents rust by bonding paint to steel, thus ensuring a permanently beautiful

finish. That is why modem homes, after the war, inevitably will be fitted with ‘Bonderized’ Equipment. IT CANNOT BE 'BONDERIZED' WITHOUT CHEMICALS Th« Co., Ltd. • Metal Finlshln* Division • Brentford, Middx.
30 July 1945 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 

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MACHINISTS WANTED

MACHINISTS WANTED

GOOD MACHINISTS for-Ladles’ Suits. Dresses; 5-duy week. —2LYACHT. St. Marks Lane, Cheptham Hill. '| Bailors & Wanted tuns. smart worker;-: high wages.— M Pollen Sons, Burv New Rrt M INEXPERIENCED OUTDOOR MACHINISTS I -t-i for Boys’ Knickers & Lumber Jackets, also Olrls 14-16.-Me
30 July 1945 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MOTORCARS

MOTORCARS

TNSURANCE.—T. A. D. BOUGH. 26 Cross-st., Manchester. Tel. BLA 9070 ALVIS 20-h,p. Sports Saloon; small mileage: excellent cond.; owner driven: offers. Telephone Urm. 5534. 1936 HILLMAN 20 7-Seater Limousine: rebored, new tyres, body good.— Carriage Proprietors. Ltd. Terrace, Stoc
30 July 1945 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY

OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY

1939 SS. JAGUAR SALOON; U2-litre. 1938 LANCHESTER 11-hp. SALOON. 1939 AUSTIN 10-h.p. SALOON. 1938 ROVER 12-a.p. SALOON. 1940 ROVER. 12-h.p. SALOON ALL LOW MILEAGE H. E. Nunn <k Co., 282, Bury New Rd.,M/c 7 TARGE c a-r s. £239: HILLMAN 14 Saloon. 1939. £225: 14 Saloon. 1938. £189
30 July 1945 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
On With the Motley

On With the Motley

IT happened in the middle of the second act of The Barretts of Wimpole-street,” There, on the settee, pale and ethereally lovely, lay Elizabeth Barrett in the shape of Katharine Cornell. Suddenly, about 2,000 feet above us, a drunken giant started juggling with dustbins. And dro
31 July 1945 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

YOUR leading article headed Demob contains a passage about the acceptance of the Age and Service Group scheme as being fair and just in its conception. It was universally accepted as such until the actual operation of the scheme was about to take place. Then it was that we in th
31 July 1945 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England