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Fires ravage mountain grazing land

Fires ravage mountain grazing land

During an all-night watch bY forestry commission rangers. two further Sires were discovered on the Brecon Beacons. in South Wales. These were put out by firemen from Merthyr Tydvil and Brecon. More than 10.000 acres of grazing land have been destroyed in the three-day blaze whic
26 March 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Stock market

Stock market

To-day's prices 11111713 R FUNDS 'Gen. Elec.. 45/6 Univers.. 24/. Consd. 4%. sat .Iludsons My. Say , 3 % 75 . 1 / 4 011.C.L. 47/- Treas. 24% 73, llm. Con. 103; Elec. 75. 85eis Int. Nickel. 794 Trans 4% 77, 9714; Odeon. 9.9 FOREIGN STOCKS Pin. John.. 33/- Purnell. 12/10; Austrian
26 March 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
FORMER HALIFAX MAN MAY BE ABLE TO HELP Police inquiries into house of death" mystery IT was reported to-day that

FORMER HALIFAX MAN MAY BE ABLE TO HELP Police inquiries into house of death" mystery IT was reported to-day that

John Reginald Christie , whom I Scotland Yard are anxious to get into touch with, in the belief that he may be able to help them in the inquiries concerning the mystery of the house in Rillington Place, Notting Hill, London W., is a Halifax man, but has not lived in his native d
26 March 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
i Workmen's, aerie% etc.. Wanted Cropping Machine Operative required.- —lames Clay I and Soak Ltd., Hollings Mills, ihowerby Bridge. F

i Workmen's, aerie% etc.. Wanted Cropping Machine Operative required.- —lames Clay I and Soak Ltd., Hollings Mills, ihowerby Bridge. F

'" ALE Clerk wanted for Accounts Office: must be sound on calculations for invoices wages, etc.; typing an advantage.—Apply Staff School Secretary, Fredk. Smith and Co.. Wire Manufacturers. Ltd.. Caledonia Worts, Halifax. • FULL -Time Operatives for spinning, twisting and drawin
26 March 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
National Insurance benefits reached £3BB million

National Insurance benefits reached £3BB million

26 March 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
FOOTBALL EXCURSIONS LOW MOOR 1 2, BRADFORD 1 4 (Bradford N. v. Halifax) Easter Monday HALIFAX T. •Hlpperholme •Llghtellfre Amer

FOOTBALL EXCURSIONS LOW MOOR 1 2, BRADFORD 1 4 (Bradford N. v. Halifax) Easter Monday HALIFAX T. •Hlpperholme •Llghtellfre Amer

Moor 2.17 p.m.. Bradford 2.24 p.m. Return Low Moor 3 8 p.m., Bradford Et 5.0 P.M. • Fares vary HALIFAX (Halifax v. Bradford N.) Easter Tuesday Wyke and N.O. 450 p.m. re LlBhtcUff HiPPerholme 457 p.m. 64. Amy. 5 0 p m. Leave 7 45 p.lll.
26 March 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MANCHESTER Weekdays (except Good Friday) sm. Lighteßife Hipperholme HALIFAX iTownl 8.38819.35 Brighouse Elland Greetland Sowerby Bridge Luddenden Foot Mythalmroyd Return

MANCHESTER Weekdays (except Good Friday) sm. Lighteßife Hipperholme HALIFAX iTownl 8.38819.35 Brighouse Elland Greetland Sowerby Bridge Luddenden Foot Mythalmroyd Return

any train ume day. ax Saturdays excepted. Saturdays P.m. Lightcliffe Hipporholme 12.15 4/9 HALIFAX T. Sowerby Bridge 11,44 12.42 4/. larighoum Viand Luddenden Foot 12.56 3/9 Mvtholmroyd 1.00 1/9 SundaYs (also Good Friday) • Lightclifle -. dep. 9.44 a.m. 7/6 HALIFAX T. dep. 9.55
26 March 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Miscellaneous Sales _ IL OUE Knitters save pouncz—itry. Pitons: Wools: Purple Heather 1 6: Sort Wool I 91; Double Kn:tting

Miscellaneous Sales _ IL OUE Knitters save pouncz—itry. Pitons: Wools: Purple Heather 1 6: Sort Wool I 91; Double Kn:tting

1 74: 3-ply Super Fingertng. 22. Baby Wool. 2 3 per or Handed Quilt.% single bed £2,7.6. doub:e bec £2,17 b. Kapok Quilts. s.b £2 17-6. 4.6 £313 rose. green, gold. blue. Cot Quilts. 17 11. Pram Qullts 13 11 each. Riggs Bleached Sheets. 63 x ns), 36/6: 70i 100, 39 6: PO a 100. 43
26 March 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. S. LONGBOTTOM Death of an ex-Sowerby

MR. S. LONGBOTTOM Death of an ex-Sowerby

Bridge manufacturer The death occurred last night! e* his home. of Mr. Sam bottom of Hawk's Sowerby Bridge He was a native cf Mixenden. , end his paternal grandfather a' orsted manufacturer in that village was conductor of Black , Dyke Mills Band, who, under hie , baton, won fir
08 April 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
RACING KEMPTON PARK

RACING KEMPTON PARK

20—HOLIDAY SPIRIT .F Durr) Montfleur (.1 Lindley) 2. Fair Code )0 Llttlewood) 3. Also ran Codger. Rocaina-' dour Jonas. Mull Sack. Pre-War. Mon Chou. large Say. Dando 11. Deep Freese. Oritlamme. Tickled Pink. Good Guy. Darwin Bona Fortuna. Winner 'rained by A Smyth Betting. 9 to
08 April 1953 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England