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14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
PERSONALIA.

PERSONALIA.

The ',lnc? of Portland distzibuted pheawilts to wtdmvs at the Old Coldstreamers' Club at oheilleld on Thursday. cos— Mr. ft P. Mathervack. and Mr. A. J. Frank; h.ivc been rc.-clected treasurer and solicitor of .he elotts. Fanners' Union. - :0 :- --- Dr. (Jordon A Slater took his
14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
– – – PRINCE AND THRIFT. King Thanks Voluntary Savings . Workers.

– – – PRINCE AND THRIFT. King Thanks Voluntary Savings . Workers.

- - - PRINCE AND THRIFT. King Thanks Voluntary Savings . Workers. THOUSAND MILLIONTH CERTIFICATE. EMINENT financiers, business men and • politicians joined with the Prince of Wales on Wednesday night in the celebration o' the sale of the 1.000.000.000 th National Savings Certific
14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CASES BEFORE NEWARK BENCH.

CASES BEFORE NEWARK BENCH.

Magistrate and Cyclists Who Ignore Rule of the Road. SCANT COURTESY FROM MOTORISTS. rk N Monday week, bel ore thy Mayor (Aid. B. J. Howard) and Mr. 0. Quitsell. _ . Harold Mabbott. of Caunion, pleaded not guilty to riding a motor-cycle on London Road on Dec. 10th. without, havin
14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BAD LUCK BRINGS FAME.

BAD LUCK BRINGS FAME.

"Oh! what. bad luck** we exclaim, when we bear of an accident happening to a friend. Usually an accident is a strokeof bad luck, but not. always. _ For instance. Schumann, the composer, owed his fame to the fact that he crippled a linger on his right hand when practising the pia
14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
S. WHILES,

S. WHILES,

STODMAN STREET. Clearance Sale STILL ON. Further Reductions, GREAT BARGAINS. CHOOSE A B. S. A• Cycle or Motor Cycle, and you get The Best Value money can buy. Agent—
14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Bag Containing £175,

Bag Containing £175,

More materialistic was the discovery of a lOs note, though purses containing greater or swaller amounts arc taken to the authorities with fairly frequent regularity. Probably the most historic example of this kind, however, occurred when a brown leather trunk was picked up. When
14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WINTON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. LOMBARD ST., NEWARK. Principal: MISS CLARKE, M.R.S.T. Assisted by: Miss Brown, B.Sc.; Miss Dol.

WINTON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. LOMBARD ST., NEWARK. Principal: MISS CLARKE, M.R.S.T. Assisted by: Miss Brown, B.Sc.; Miss Dol.

man. Diploma in Dramatic Art, Univac; sity of London: Miss Nicholson; I Taylor, L.R.A.M. New Education Meth%ls; Dalton Planandl' vidual time-tables. Character trainiiig and hcalth. primary considerations. Special care of nervous and delicate cases. The Spring Term begins on WEDN
14 January 1931 - Newark Advertiser - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England