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FEWER APPLES EATEN,

FEWER APPLES EATEN,

Supplies of pears, grapes and grape fruit were larger than in 1937. but those of all other kinds of fruit were substantially reduced. The consumption of oranges and bananas, amounting to 24id. and 141b. per head, respectively, though less than in 1937, was up to the average of r
19 August 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
LEADERS IN FASHION AND PRECISION

LEADERS IN FASHION AND PRECISION

NO OTHER WRIST WATCH in the worla has obtained the coveted KEW “A" CERTIFICATE with such high marks as ROLEX for all from the smallest. Such certificates are usually awarded to Pocke* Watches and Ship Chronometers. The smaller the movement the more difficult is to make it accura
15 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
TV' HARF-STREET CHRISTIAN SPIRITUAL CHURCH. Sowerby Bridge. Sat. a Speaker. Sun., Mrs. Elliott, Booth Town. 6.30 and 8. Tues., Psy,

TV' HARF-STREET CHRISTIAN SPIRITUAL CHURCH. Sowerby Bridge. Sat. a Speaker. Sun., Mrs. Elliott, Booth Town. 6.30 and 8. Tues., Psy,

8. Wed., Open. 7.50. Fri.. Meeting. 8. riIRAFALGAR Christian Spiritual I. CHURCH. —Sat.. Meeting. Sun.. 5 and 6.30, Miss E. West. Tues., Miss Coulton. Wed., Open. iJT. JAMES’S TEMPLE OF CHRIST Ik) ALMA-STR2ET. —Sun., 3 and 6.30, Mr. Oldfield. Wed., 8. Motor-Coach Services, J.£ A
15 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Houses, Shops, Mills, Estates, &*.

Houses, Shops, Mills, Estates, &*.

15 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Sports Notes – and

Sports Notes – and

Sports Notes - and Owing to rain.. \' aSi urday was a one game being starter* EXCITING Halifax baseball recent League defeat a fp a& & { beat the Humberside in the return game e It was an p throughout andr rear f climax, when ft pitcher, made the run-in the last Halifax had can i
15 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HALIEAX COURIER AiND GUARDIAN. SATURDAY. JULY la. 1939.

THE HALIEAX COURIER AiND GUARDIAN. SATURDAY. JULY la. 1939.

THE COURIER AiND GUARDIAN. SATURDAY. JULY la. 1939. Government and Boys From Borstal CLOSING OF THE SERVICES “INDEFENSIBLE 0 Northern Voluntary Committees’ Conference The problem of the Borstal boy on licence was discussed at a whole-day conference of Northern Borstal Voluntary C
15 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
CARPETS.

CARPETS.

An exhibition of this kind would not be complete without carpets. The carpet-making process is complicated one. and takes much space, so that in the exhibition one had to be content with the finished product. Carpets were shown entirely plain, but in many colours While one would
15 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HALIFAX (JOUKIEK Ai\U GUARDIAN. SATURDAY. JULY 15, 1939.

THE HALIFAX (JOUKIEK Ai\U GUARDIAN. SATURDAY. JULY 15, 1939.

I? The Great m
15 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
for N C aw* ; V°, c

for N C aw* ; V°, c

15 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Jumping

Jumping

In the championship jumping class for prize winners in all the previous jumping classes, competition was so keen that five riders tied for first place and shared the prizes. They were: A. Massarella, Doncaster, riding Silver Mint; Grange Brothers, Nantwich (Desire); F. W. Foater
15 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England