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ROAD DEATHS

ROAD DEATHS

Fewer Than Last August During August peak holiday month, road casualties in Great Britain were killed and 15.168 injured. The Ministry of Transport, giving these figures to-day, says that deaths, although nine more than in July, were fewer than in August last year, and were well
30 September 1946 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PUNS FOR NEW TA.

PUNS FOR NEW TA.

from our Office Plans for nsw Territorial Army will not be made public until Parliament reassembles. The Council of County Territorial Army Associations will meet In London tomorrow to discuss draft proposals circulated county associations some time ago MsJOJ-General Urquhart, o
30 September 1946 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FUEL OIL SUBSIDY

FUEL OIL SUBSIDY

To Offset the Tax A SUBSIDY of one penny per gallon on all gas, dlesel (other than for road vehicles) and fuel oils, which have carried the penny per gallon tax. Is announced by the Ministry of Fuel and Power to-day. The subsidy will thus offset the tax and arrangements have bee
30 September 1946 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Home News in Brief

Home News in Brief

Never Missed Church Since 1892 \fR. HARRY HOULDEN, Par Well Fold, Rawdon, who hM retired m organist and choirmaster at Rawdon Pariah Church alter years, has not missed Sunday service since his appointment In 1893. He has served with seven vicars. MOKE THAN 800 employees at the f
30 September 1946 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Leeds & District Workpeople's Hospital Fund

Leeds & District Workpeople's Hospital Fund

30 September 1946 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 

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ANOTHER FOR T. HALL

ANOTHER FOR T. HALL

Heart of Devon HAMILTON PARK. Monday. T*.o. MAIDKN « TABES (•».» 1. BEABT <c. WA>I. PABDO.N to. *. srAUIE (W. a. Can). Alao taa —Hornua Kr.au), <H. BtaaAatuwi. Off 2.1. Trained T. Ball __ Brtllni 7 « HUM MtON. 1 ant Pardon Muneleur. to Hormiaa. 20 1 Ottwra Woo 4 langttu, 1. Toto
30 September 1946 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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30 September 1946 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CLEAR EVIDENCE IN INDIVIDUAL CASES

CLEAR EVIDENCE IN INDIVIDUAL CASES

CLEAR EVIDENCE INDIVIDUAL CASES MAJOR IVAN T. HOUSTON, son Mr. and Mrs. John Houston, of Dunedin, New Zealand, married nt St. Catharines to Miss Kdna Joy Meehan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Meechan, of 9, Barn wood Road, Gloucester. a /
30 September 1946 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
TUITION

TUITION

GENTLEMAN h „ pupils; Tuff ley District. Speclsl mtention to beginner*.—3o. Kitchener Ave . Q!oster | CitU APARTMENTS & FI.ATS TO LET BED and two sharinn; separate beds; reasonable -Howell. iB. Weston Pl BIRMINGHAM. 2 or Fum or Onlurn. I , Rooms wtd. In Ok*iter or District, in “
30 September 1946 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
HOUSKS AND UUCP WANTED

HOUSKS AND UUCP WANTED

AND UUCP WANTED JUS- - .*' <«■ Bunj i purch.g, within miles Oloster.—Write 16381 i vixen. WTO. to exchange. Unfurn. Bath for similar accom. In Qioster.—Write 13878 Cltlaen. p2 B1 AND PREMISES Good Class Cafe req.. with living acoom for lady, the Oloster-Chelt.-Woroeatei Area pref
30 September 1946 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England