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CHADDESDEN DANCE

CHADDESDEN DANCE

carnival dance in aid of the Cliaddesden Institute Extension Fund was held last night in the Church War Memorial Hall, Chaddesden. The organisers were Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith, Mr. D. Howell, and Mr. W. Stretton. The M.C. was Mr. E. Llewellyn. Prizes in dance competitions were won
08 September 1934 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY MISHAPS

DERBY MISHAPS

(Continued from page one.) the pillion, were In collision with a motor-lorry at the corner Nuns-street and Parker-street. Both were thrown into the road, and were taken to the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary. ANVIL FALLS ON MEN Thomas Taylor (49), of Cedar-street, and George Silkstor
08 September 1934 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SCIENTISTS' SHORTS

SCIENTISTS' SHORTS

BRITISH ASSOCIATION EXPERTS TAKE A HOLIDAY Aberdeenshire to-day was full of putting processors, bowling biologists, and hiking highbrows. It was the British Association's day off. Academic robes gave way to tennis shirts and flannels, old college blazers, and hiking shorts. Disp
08 September 1934 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PALACE Jjg. AUR DERBY |_ CAFE ' OPENING, MON., SEPT. 17th at 2 p.m. Doors Open I p.m. BY HIS

PALACE Jjg. AUR DERBY |_ CAFE ' OPENING, MON., SEPT. 17th at 2 p.m. Doors Open I p.m. BY HIS

WORSHIP THE MAYOR. SINUOUS PERFORMANCE Daily 2 till 10.30 p.m. PULAR PRlCES:—Matinees 7d and I/-. Evenings 7d. to 2/-. See Later Announcements
08 September 1934 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY CO-OPER \TTVE SOCIETY, LTD. FUNERAL FURNISHING DEPARTMENT, 69 to 73, NORMANTON RD. Telephone No. 1070. Communication with all the

DERBY CO-OPER \TTVE SOCIETY, LTD. FUNERAL FURNISHING DEPARTMENT, 69 to 73, NORMANTON RD. Telephone No. 1070. Communication with all the

Society's Stores. Special attention given to Country Calls. Showroom tor Monumental Masonry, and complete services in all branches of the business. Director C. V. MARTIN. THE DERBY & DISTRICT FUNERAL CO., LTD., 59, NORMANTON ROAD, DERBY. MANAGING DIRECTOR J. MORRIS TWELLS, M.B.E
08 September 1934 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. One, Three, Six Insertions. The following Special of AdvertuemenU are charged the.ratee named belo*,vhen prepaid: Situations Wanted

CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. One, Three, Six Insertions. The following Special of AdvertuemenU are charged the.ratee named belo*,vhen prepaid: Situations Wanted

or Vacani; House* Wanted to Let to Bell; Apartments Wanted or to Let Board Wanted Offered; Article* Lost or Found; Money Wanted to Borrow; Money to Lend; Specific Articles Wanted; Specific Artioles lot Bale; Partnerships Bnsinesses Wanted or for Bale; Miscellaneous Wants. OKI ti
13 January 1882 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BURTON TOWN COUNCIL.

BURTON TOWN COUNCIL.

The usual monthly meeting of the above Council was held this (Wednesday) morning at the Municipal offices, when there w«re present: The Mayor (Aid. Evershed), Aids. M. A. Bass, M. , Wardle, Matthewß, Lowe, Yeomans, and Worthlngton, and Councillors Q. 11. Allsopp, Canning, Richar
04 January 1882 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BURTON POLICE COURT.

BURTON POLICE COURT.

Wednesday.—Before Mr. H. Wardle. Obstructing the Police.—Ellen Collins was cbaiged is remand with obstructing the police whilst in the execution of their duty.—The evidence of Barney Gall and Henry Smith, porters the staiicu, that whilst an attempt w*3 being made man named Colli
04 January 1882 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE PRINCE OF WALES.

THE PRINCE OF WALES.

The Prinee of Wales left Marlboro' this morning for Windsor, to shoot over the Royal preserves.
04 January 1882 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE BURNLEY MURDER.

THE BURNLEY MURDER.

This morning Robert Templeton, aocased murdering Mrs. Scott, was brought at Burster, and remanded till Friday, An inquest will be held to-morrow. The prisoner remains very and eata bat little. Sir Wm. Harcoart, Mr. Childera, and Mr. aon are in town.
04 January 1882 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England