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THE BOY WHO NEVES LIED.

THE BOY WHO NEVES LIED.

You have all heard of George Washington, President of the United States, of whom it is said that he never told a lie. When he was a boy he sent the following Letter, which I think you will find interesting, to his chum. !Lenard Henry Lee:— " Dear Dicket." he wrote, "I thank you
14 February 1930 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CHcket Club

CHcket Club

At the annual dinner of the Chilwell Cricket Club. held in the Manchester Unity Hall, last Saturday evening, about fifty members and friends of the club were present. They were somewhat under a cloud, as Mr. E. Stevens (the President of the club) was unable to be present owing t
14 February 1930 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NATIONAL

NATIONAL

BANK. LTD. At the annual general meeting of the National Provincial Bank. Ltd., held on Thursday week at the Cannon-street Hotel. London, E.C., the accounts showed the total of the Bank's paid-up capital and reserves at £19,808,086. Deposits and others accounts, at £271.540,937.
14 February 1930 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Pure Motives (1).

Pure Motives (1).

Now, after looking and reading and thinking on this bus question. we are driven to the following conclusions. That for two reasons—and two only —our Council took the course they did. The first was that our citizens should have more " exercise "; the second they ought to be given
14 February 1930 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
LEGION comr REPRESENTATIVE

LEGION comr REPRESENTATIVE

LEGION REPRESENTATIVE Captain F. 0. Harding (secretary of the Carlton branch of the British Legion was !coed a member of the Notts. County Committee of the British Legion, at the annual delegate meeting, which was held at the Albert Hall Institute, Nottingham, last Saturday. 1 os
21 October 1932 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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21 October 1932 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CULLEN BROS'

CULLEN BROS'

(THE PEOPLE'S DRAPERS)
24 January 1930 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1 J. Jones & Co. (Nottingham) Ltd. Canal Street, Nottingham. 38, Western Road, Leicester. Phones : Nottingham: 44321-2 Day; 84408 and 84286 Night. Leicester: 60845. Electrical and Mechanical Engineers & -Manufacturers RE -PAIRS E-WINDS E-DESIGNS We hold the L
24 January 1930 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BRIDGFORD TIMES AND

BRIDGFORD TIMES AND

Women and the Home Young Folks' Corner r COUSIN M. MY Dear Boys and (Ms,— Are you Inquisitive? Peter, my dog, is —in fact Tommy Turner calls him " Nosey Parker " because he's always poking his nose into other people's affairs. The other day. however, Peter showed me something I
24 January 1930 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TO SHRINK WOOLLENS.

TO SHRINK WOOLLENS.

If woollen materials have to be shrunk before making them up. the best way is to wring a big cloth, or sheet.. out. of water, lay it on a plain wooden table, which must be quite clean, and spread the material upon it. There should be no creases. Then fold the material and the sh
24 January 1930 - West Bridgford Times & Echo - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England