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CONDITIONS IDEAL FOR WATERLOO CUP

CONDITIONS IDEAL FOR WATERLOO CUP

TRAINERS OVERCOME DIFFICULTIES DURING POSTPONEMENT By GUARDS BRIGADE If he survives the first day he should be the last stage. Altcar, Wednesday. ground conditions are now ideal for coursing, and There can be no anxiety about the Centenary Waterloo Cup Meeting being carried thro
20 February 1936 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Mnalgamated Collieries and Hiekletons were better. Shipping shares also improved towards th« close. Mainly owing to the divergence interest in

Mnalgamated Collieries and Hiekletons were better. Shipping shares also improved towards th« close. Mainly owing to the divergence interest in

other directions, Shares lacked support and an tendency was In evidence agaith but firm exceptions were provided by Kuala Mud as, Tsibiis and Mambans. ipiiet and uninteresting conditions characterised the market for Tea Shares: hut there was a keen demand for the leaf tire India
20 February 1936 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
3d, 6d, 1/3, 3/- * 5/, ■ is. • :

3d, 6d, 1/3, 3/- * 5/, ■ is. • :

20 February 1936 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD WORKERS ASSIST A

SHEFFIELD WORKERS ASSIST A

DESERVING CAUSE. PREMIER LEAGUE 3. BEATTY LEAGUE 0 ihe effort the Sheffield Works’ aid St. Dunatan’s met with gratilying success, as lul.y 2,000 spectators presmt y« to witness the match between the Premier and Realty Leagues This who piaytd at the Sheffield Forge ■Tuund’ and co
31 December 1920 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Th«s above bav'* rM'i'-ved

Th«s above bav'* rM'i'-ved

CAVALIER (Mr Kershavrl F A Brown 6 I. BOY (Mr Bi’ilpr) .. •..•r , 'in r .TTf'i'V rMr Tl'trv). ] fi ji COOT) (Mr .1 White) .M MARTVNSTPE dr OiTWPn) Par- , JJ Wb NH.P (Mr CSrV*) p ~n«r <• 7 jrrffl F-'OP T.ro»P lr»'r>r.fl tll BATT.AGTr» , V r Moore) Jl = R'BTAN (Sir Holton) H-rP<ra
31 December 1920 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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31 December 1920 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FOR CHILDREN’S SAKE.

FOR CHILDREN’S SAKE.

RETFORD ASSISTS A WORTH CAUSE. A picturesque scene was presented in Retford Town Hall, yesterday, when a fancy dress ball was held aid of the Save the Children Fund. Miss M. Harcourt-Vemon, Grove Hall, and Mrs. Teasdale, Carolgate House, acted hon. secretaries. The Duchess of Ne
31 December 1920 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Good Hopes for 1921.

Good Hopes for 1921.

haue .however, good • for next year, partly because of the cornxletion of the new cogging mill, whioh
31 December 1920 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SHEFFIELD DAILY IjNDEI'EWPENT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, will effect large economies, and partly because of the order for armour plates placed

THE SHEFFIELD DAILY IjNDEI'EWPENT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, will effect large economies, and partly because of the order for armour plates placed

with the Japanese Government. This leads me.to remark that the question of the eventual disposition of armour plate and gun plant has been a source of anxiety to us. It is impossible tc. use it for peace products. the other hand, its maintenance very expensive and the nucleus st
31 December 1920 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Substantial Progress Made.

Substantial Progress Made.

will suffice to say that your directors feel tiiat not only real but very sub-tan. tial progress has already been made upon your French concessions, and gee nothing in the future to modify in the slightest degree the very high opinion? have alt along held as the value and remune
31 December 1920 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England