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THE 1 ROOM RANGES and AIREDALE KITCHEN RANGES Fixed at Reasonable Prices. Visit our Showroom upstairs. MfIDPHYLtd. Old Cock Yard

THE 1 ROOM RANGES and AIREDALE KITCHEN RANGES Fixed at Reasonable Prices. Visit our Showroom upstairs. MfIDPHYLtd. Old Cock Yard

HALIFAX it was known an adjudicator was present. He had enjoyed the production, but indicated how it could be improved. SCOPE FOR CHARACTERISATION. The story of Granite is baseo on incidents in 'he life of a family living on storm-sw°pt Lundy Island over a century ago It was a h
11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
DRAFTING THE REPORT.

DRAFTING THE REPORT.

The committee of the Transport Advisory Council which is dealing with the claim of the railway companies is now engaged upon the consideration of its report. It met yesterday and has arranged to meet again to-day and on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday next week. It is un
11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX’S GENEROSITY.

HALIFAX’S GENEROSITY.

The Mayor said there never was a time in history when the community more readily accepted and put into practice the duty of providing help and assistance for those sections of the people who needed help most. For many generations Halifax had been one of the most charitable towns
11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
SH* Sallfrt* Ccudec&Ouartuan

SH* Sallfrt* Ccudec&Ouartuan

11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
CANCER TREATMENT.

CANCER TREATMENT.

The Committee have further considered the treatment of cancer. The County Medical Officer is authorised to arrange for the admission to special institutions of persons who are in receipt of, or who apply hospital treatment and who are certified as suffering from cancer, having r
11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 

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11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
JURY’S VERDICTS.

JURY’S VERDICTS.

Thanking the jury for their services, Mr. Justice Stable said, I concur entirelv with the wisdom and righteousness of the whole of the verdicts you have brought in.” After his discharge. Walsh said to a reporter, I am glad to be able to go home now it is all over. I am finished
11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
My Mummy says— We'll always furnish at Rayner's'* and Mummy knows best. WALTER RAYNER, LTD. The People's House Furnishers. Cash

My Mummy says— We'll always furnish at Rayner's'* and Mummy knows best. WALTER RAYNER, LTD. The People's House Furnishers. Cash

or Instalments. PRINCE’S ARCADE AND WOOLSHOPS.
11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
AT MORECAMBE. —A social evening held by members of the Halifax and District Society at Morecambe the New Empire Cafe,

AT MORECAMBE. —A social evening held by members of the Halifax and District Society at Morecambe the New Empire Cafe,

on Wednesday, took the form of military whist drive. Approximately 100 members and friends attended. Prizes were won by: 1, Mr. Flather, Mrs. Aspinall, Miss Cawthra and Mrs. Frisby; 2. Mr. H. Graydon, Mrs. Graydon, Mr. Thompson and Mrs. Thompson. Mr. Aspinall was the M.C. and Mr
11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Cricket Club Dinner.

Cricket Club Dinner.

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11 March 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England