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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

t’or Sat*. For beue. .Ron Irame, £6o.—Write P. y». •Aiml” Office. _ i.o i Aocoiiiione ftecoras at. Hilda Colliery Hruco a. lotf. lora* road. 111 ltb t'enaance, complete cpeia ri.14.V , . Hecorde. Bruce Moore a. i’otH-roat:. etc.. Tuned cad Repaired; aatia* J| facUon gcaranleea B
01 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
MILLION BUSTS OF TERENCE

MILLION BUSTS OF TERENCE

MACSWINEY. TP Providence R. 1., (Reuter). effort of the Iris!’. Art Association Pawtucket million piaster Paris baste late Lord Mavnr mifJion in this suffered eet-back to-day when Mr. Martin Brosnan, dealer atatuaxv New York, announced that had instituted prooeedinge against the
01 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
FEBRUARY 1, 1921;

FEBRUARY 1, 1921;

Local Amusements. Royal Electric Theatre. uicrrimeut. was the effect whicii the piiucipal picture Lad upon the laiiie audience the abov theatre last uigbt. It w entitled " L'liettirs, aud eat urea Mabel iu one of hei funniest floods She lakes the part kitchen • drudge'’ in a pal
01 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
GREAT BOOT

GREAT BOOT

£40,000 purchase of Manufacturers’ new sound goods, to be cleared at our branches at less than production prices. See Windows and realise for yourselves our astounding Offers. In year, even pre-war time's, have the bargains been numerous and values so extraordinary.
01 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
SHIPYARD EMPLOYERS AND

SHIPYARD EMPLOYERS AND

THE JOINERS. The Prow Association L informed by the .shipbuilding Employers’ Federation that there truth in the statement that the fch:p joiners on the Wear have returned to work on condition that payment the I2>. jier week continued to them ponding .he final settlement of quest
01 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
THE LATE MB. W. T. TATE. Funeral Greatham. Amid many token** of esteem the mortal icmj.iu.-j «>i jir. ‘late, one

THE LATE MB. W. T. TATE. Funeral Greatham. Amid many token** of esteem the mortal icmj.iu.-j «>i jir. ‘late, one

of the oldest reoideiitb of viuage, were laiu rept (ireatham Cemetery to-day. I’rior to the interment, a ser\ice was iu the f'ansii Church of Jit. John tne jtapt.ft, wneie dec€tt*»ed had ■ officiated churchwarden lor many years, iiic service was attended by residents Cieathaai,
01 February 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
FUNCTION OF PROFIT IN INDUSTRY.

FUNCTION OF PROFIT IN INDUSTRY.

ITS to community. Lecture to chamber of COMMERCE. * for the current Camber m auß P :oe6 the Aberdeen- opened Last mght, when ' ' Robert, vioe-president of the a paper "The Function of ®try. Robert Milne, presiohair, and there was a large mQmbera wd otters. ta ° s P® a^ar ' the C
01 February 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DEPRESSION IN FRASERBURGH TOOL TRADE.

DEPRESSION IN FRASERBURGH TOOL TRADE.

, " VsriQ « ; hfll T "' ,S in acute W dieted ' which of the Frascr- , f Pnfumat '° T o ' W I m of the stuff be^' a n «>tice tV, office in lender" N with th ® lr might warning 7W. , ' J , *.°®- Ihe ab! retain Ults «ut t'lar mer - 1 m employment. k?"2»Sd rtl 0 "!!"""" "- ,r the
01 February 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GOVERNORS OF TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

GOVERNORS OF TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

GOVERNORS TECHNICAL COLLEGE. REQUISITION FOR MEETING. Friday's meeting of the go*©toots Gordon's College was out short the " " in Lord MefT left tho (iiair the refusal John Croll withdraw a »tafceaiont. wlirc-h ho since dome. The unusual created l«y the inability meml>ers deal wi
01 February 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
CALEY AMBULANCE CORPS.

CALEY AMBULANCE CORPS.

Under the auspices of the St Andrew's Ambulance Association aid to the injured the Caledonian Railway Amfeulanoe Corps was held the Joint Station Sunday. The examiner. Dr R. Bruce, Culta, at thoeloso, the class on the standard of efficiency they had attained, and congratulated t
01 February 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland