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LUDDENDEN FOOT.

LUDDENDEN FOOT.

JUVENILE OUTlNG.—Members of Rose of the Valley Lodge of the Manchester Unity of Odd Fellows, Luddenden Foot, had their annual juvenile outing to Scuthport on Saturday. The party, consisting of over 230 juveniles and 150 adults, left Luddenden Foot by train shortly after dirncr a
17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
WARDS END

WARDS END

h for the at Farrars gamation rars Jonatha Opposite the Palace
17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
CAVIES (OPEN)

CAVIES (OPEN)

Self, black, adult: 1, Heighten and Appleyard, Doncaster; 2, Will Baron, Danven; 3. Mrs. A. Plant, Grimsby. Self, black, under 4 months: 1, G. E. Bidewell; 2. W. Coney. Grimsby; 3. H. Tebb, Keighley. Self, cream, adult; 1, Ernest Dixon. Grimsbv; 2, Mrs. M. Baxter. Keighley; 3, J
17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS 1/7, FOR THE THEATRES, ETC. SPECIAL HALF-DAY TRIPS EVERY SATURDAY. Sowerby Bridge dep. 12.59 p.m. Halifax I.IQ p.m. Convenient

LEEDS 1/7, FOR THE THEATRES, ETC. SPECIAL HALF-DAY TRIPS EVERY SATURDAY. Sowerby Bridge dep. 12.59 p.m. Halifax I.IQ p.m. Convenient

Return Trains from Leeds (Cen.) 5.0 p.m., 6.3. 7.15, 8.48, 10.14 and 11.15 p.m. Bookings also irom Hipperholme 1.1 p m. LlghtcllCe 1.4. and Wyke 1.7 p.m. Fares 1/4. See Bills for Return Times.
17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
FRENCH ANXIETY FOR SUBMARINE

FRENCH ANXIETY FOR SUBMARINE

Vessel on Service in Indo-China Fails to Reappear After Dive : 71 Men on Board Paris, Friday. The French submarine Phenix, which dived 30 hours ago, while carrying a crew of 60, has not reappeared, according to telegram received here from Saigon, French Indo-China. An official s
17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
ROOSEVELT WIRES THE

ROOSEVELT WIRES THE

KING Americans Deeply Touched by Our Guests’ Graciousness (Ftom a special correspondent aboard the Empress of Britain. Friday). President Roosevelt has sent a farewell message to the King, stating, The warmth of the welcome accorded you everywhere you visited in this country was
17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
SUNNY

SUNNY

pNGLAND’S north-west coast calls all who take "■ their pleasures gladly, for here is the very heart of perpetual amusement. Here is the perfect combination of sea and sand and sun and scenery. Here health is thrust upon you unawares by a life- giving tonic air. Here biting winds
17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
opening of holiday home

opening of holiday home

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17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
We supply fireplaces on any building site.—Sugden’s, Albion-street.T(Aoa t.)

We supply fireplaces on any building site.—Sugden’s, Albion-street.T(Aoa t.)

17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL ITEMS

LOCAL ITEMS

17 June 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England