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HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, &c. BLACKPOOL.—auSINsas USUAL AT JUll SANDOWN " PRIVATE HOTEL. 221. CENT PROMENADE. SUMMER ENTERTAINMENTS FOR AUTUMN HOLIDAYS.

HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES, &c. BLACKPOOL.—auSINsas USUAL AT JUll SANDOWN " PRIVATE HOTEL. 221. CENT PROMENADE. SUMMER ENTERTAINMENTS FOR AUTUMN HOLIDAYS.

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10 September 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MORE ROYAL AIR FORCE AWARDS Officer Who Destroyed 18 Nazis Gets D.S.O.

MORE ROYAL AIR FORCE AWARDS Officer Who Destroyed 18 Nazis Gets D.S.O.

Royal Air Force awards announced to-day include the D S.O. for ActimtSquadron Leader Michael Nicholson Crossley. D.F.C., who, says the official announcement, has now destroyed a total of 18 enemy aircraft and possibly another five. The D.F.C. has been awarded to Acting Flight-Li
27 August 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF FIREARM

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF FIREARM

James F. Coyle, sports outfitter, 64. The bouievarcia, weaned guilty to having been in me unlawtul possession of a unarm on July 11. Constable Joe Canter said that at 11. a p.m. he noticed a car that had not the doors locked. Inside was a pistol. out no ammunition. When he saw C
27 August 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
REMANDED ON LOOTING CHARGE.

REMANDED ON LOOTING CHARGE.

Three men, one a member of the A.F.S., appeared at a Midlands Police Court today charged with looting RAO from a safe in a building which had been gutted during an air raid. The prosecuting solicitor said that the charges were brought under Section 38a ox the Defence Regulations
27 August 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Said to Have Spat in Policeman's Face German-born Woman Remanded at Lads

Said to Have Spat in Policeman's Face German-born Woman Remanded at Lads

Declining to grant bail to a woman. the Leeds magistrate. Mr. Horace Marshal:. said to-day: She is obviously a woman not to be trusted with a house. She is a public danger and I shall treat her as such. The woman. Prances Holland. described as of Grosvenor-place. Blackman-lane.
27 August 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
i'ROYAL

i'ROYAL

27 August 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
SHIP'S CARPETS SHIP'S CARPED!. 360 Large Plannet Carpets. rejected from Mamas. ships. ard Hotels, to cigar at HALF-PRICE 50 Large

SHIP'S CARPETS SHIP'S CARPED!. 360 Large Plannet Carpets. rejected from Mamas. ships. ard Hotels, to cigar at HALF-PRICE 50 Large

Mee Indian Carpets at PRE-WAR Prices, 181.- s Camel and Rust; 1511. 51n. z 1211. Sin Pink and Omen; 1411. a lift, 10In. Brown and Blue. and all various Es's and colours. We are selling Wilton Fitted Carpets from 6/6 yd.. Pitted Free. Only a few Cabin Carpets 911. a 61t. left, to
27 August 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
A VOID INFLUENZA. TAKE RINGROSE'S BED-TIME TEA. NATIIRRI4 CURE FOR CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, INDIGESTION, & SICK HEADACHE. In Packets, 1/- and

A VOID INFLUENZA. TAKE RINGROSE'S BED-TIME TEA. NATIIRRI4 CURE FOR CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, INDIGESTION, & SICK HEADACHE. In Packets, 1/- and

2/-, of all Chemists, Grocers, & Co-operative Stores.
04 December 1918 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
lbalifa? Evening Courier. first flews, .7nfluerice oqd &retrials* the contribution that Liberalism is asked to make towards the grinding of

lbalifa? Evening Courier. first flews, .7nfluerice oqd &retrials* the contribution that Liberalism is asked to make towards the grinding of

the London " machine." Happily, Elland is now awake to the situation, and Mr. Dawson's refusal to stand as anything but an unfettered candidate is winning him support on c. - Pry hand. The glamour of the " label " has worn off: people who were told that it meant unity have found
04 December 1918 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
GIVEN AWAY With This Week's IDEAS

GIVEN AWAY With This Week's IDEAS

The Popular Home Weekly. Some other features of this week's Issue, THE SECRETS OF THE ELTSAR. Translated and Chronicled by WILLIAM LE QUEUX. THE MYSTERY MAN. A Fascinating Serial by HENRY FARMER. NAIL THEM DOWN I A Forceful Appeal to Every Man and Woman with a Vote' SHORT STORY.
04 December 1918 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England