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Capt. T. M. Scanlan Called to Colours Halifax A.R.P. Officer Leaving This Week Capt. T. M. Scanlan, A.R.P. Officer for

Capt. T. M. Scanlan Called to Colours Halifax A.R.P. Officer Leaving This Week Capt. T. M. Scanlan, A.R.P. Officer for

Halifax since May, last year, who is on the reserve of officers, has been called to the Colours, and will leave his present position at the end of this week. Capt. Scanlan has had a particularly heavy task sir.ct he came to Halifax, especially since the outbreak of war, when, un
16 December 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX’S POLICE RECORD Slightly Fewer Cases in Court CHILDREN IN MISCHIEF DURING SCHOOL CLOSURE Tribute to Magistrates’ Decisions in Domestic

HALIFAX’S POLICE RECORD Slightly Fewer Cases in Court CHILDREN IN MISCHIEF DURING SCHOOL CLOSURE Tribute to Magistrates’ Decisions in Domestic

Proceedings Although the number of cases heard by the Justices during the past year shows a slight decrease from the preceding 12 months, it still remains high,” stated Mr. A. Wilcock. Clerk to the Halifax Borough Justices, in his annual report given on Monday in the Magistrates
16 December 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
they are absolutely forced to do so, and to ensure that these payments are forthcoming I have, during the past

they are absolutely forced to do so, and to ensure that these payments are forthcoming I have, during the past

year, issued 294 defaulter fine summonses and 99 detention orders for periods of detention varying from two to four days. BLACK-OUT PROSECUTIONS. The war has been responsible for the introduction of multifarious new regulations and orders, many of which apply to Courts of Summar
16 December 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
GETTING UP A PLAY.

GETTING UP A PLAY.

The annual fete was coming off in three weeks, and the Jpnes family, after tbany disputes, decided to act Robin Hood.” All went on oiled wheels until Mrs. Jones, in the role of Friar Tuck, told them that if they thought she was going to continue giving them piggyback rides acros
16 December 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
PLOUGH FIGHTS THE MINES AND SUBMARINES

PLOUGH FIGHTS THE MINES AND SUBMARINES

Local Farms and Grow More Food Campaign Prominence has been given to the absolute necessity of farmers arranging their plans so that a great deal more food stuffs can grown, instead of the country having to rely upon imported grain. In order to get matters moving on a practical
16 December 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Antiquarian Papers. HALIFAX VISITORS’ BOOK Vol. 3 1801-1860 By W. B. CRUMP. M.A. PART V. THE CALDER VALLEY. This part

Antiquarian Papers. HALIFAX VISITORS’ BOOK Vol. 3 1801-1860 By W. B. CRUMP. M.A. PART V. THE CALDER VALLEY. This part

of England is the most interesting that ever saw. I thought that nature was in her most sportive mood when she formed the hills and dells at Hockley and Selburne, and Thursley and Hascomb; when she formed the Devil's Punch Bowl, on the side of Hindhead. ..... But it is here wher
22 July 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
EL IM TABERNACLE (Foursquare Gospel Church). BOND-STREET. HOPWOOD-LANE, HALIFAX. To-day: CONVENTION SERVICE at 7.30 p.m Pastors GREEN and PATERSON. Sunday:

EL IM TABERNACLE (Foursquare Gospel Church). BOND-STREET. HOPWOOD-LANE, HALIFAX. To-day: CONVENTION SERVICE at 7.30 p.m Pastors GREEN and PATERSON. Sunday:

BREAKING OP BREAD, 10.50 a.m, Sunday: Pastor GREENWAY (Bradford). Gospel Service at 6.30 p.m. We give you invitation to come. Weekly Quotation: For the promise unto you, and to your children, and to all that are efar off. even many as the Lord our God shall call.” Acts 11. 59.
27 May 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THROUGH DAILY EXPRESS SERVICE TO

THROUGH DAILY EXPRESS SERVICE TO

SCARBOROUGH. S. R. Todmorden d.pp. 8.25 a.m. 8 - 12/6 Hebden Bridge .... a.m. 7/6 12/- Halifax iHirrison-rd) 9.0 a.m. 11/- Queensbuiy Shelf .... 9.13 a.m. 6/6 11/- 9.20 a.m. 6/6 11/- Book at Hebbls Office, 16, Fountain-street. Tel. 3634, or any Hebble Agent.
27 May 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

Halifax Borough Districts OVENDEN. HOLMFIELD GALA. HOSE Queen Election. Thursday, June Bth, Bethel S.S. Special Entertainment Nig Nog Revue Artistes.
27 May 1939 - Halifax Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England