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- almost did the Wok with a good header, bat the beet of the day was a shot by lima,

- almost did the Wok with a good header, bat the beet of the day was a shot by lima,

which, Rangsley's relief. Musk {be crossbar with Cooper beaten. most the rebound leather was bustled away, and Mee with ao seor3aad the points divided. A Hard Clam.. One could hardly expect a brilliant exhibition node, such unfavourable and if selectee was lacking the players *b
16 April 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
READY TO OBLIGE.

READY TO OBLIGE.

Husband (angrily): " What ! no supper ready? This is the limit! I'm going to a restaurant." Wife: " Wait just five minutes." Husband: " Will it be ready then?" Wife: " No, but then Pit go with you."— Houston Post. GENUINE. The hard-working fancy dealer had vainly ransacked the w
16 April 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
GUMLESS " GUMMEFt."

GUMLESS " GUMMEFt."

Small Brother: " Will you please give me stick of chewing-gum, Mr. Blunderly?" Mr. Blunderly: " I don't chew gum, Bobbie. Whit makes you think I do?" Small Brother: "Because I heard my sister say that when you were at the dance the other night you gummed the whole party."—PuncA
16 April 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
NKW OFFER BY MR. HODGES.

NKW OFFER BY MR. HODGES.

At the time of writing no settlement of the industrial crisis has been arrived at, and last might (Thursday) ontic,ok was exceedingly grave. The week's negotiations Lad failed to end the path to peace. .Ilappily, as we go to press, news comes to hand of a last-minate chance to a
16 April 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
INDIPINDRNT.

INDIPINDRNT.

Yorkshire Miners' Payments. Duriag the past two years %be I Moore distributed 4861.428 strike pty. look-out pay. gnats. Me. Tito ander ...b Rest by Mr. J. Hotta (loanstal sserotery ) Is as soder : 1919. 1920. a a Strikes 39.831 ... 3,115 163 ... 816 15.130 ... 12,742 15.021 ...
16 April 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
Rale for Miners:

Rale for Miners:

GUARDIANS' DICIIION. For hours Monday the Bemsworth Board of Eleardkuss dismissed. le passers, the of relief of the *eel • Daring the time she Board was sitting, a queue of over 200 gathered to place their geese before Abe Board. Mr. lease Rorer, the of the Boxed, staked that th
16 April 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
LENNOXTOWN

LENNOXTOWN

TliC sower is now the land Potato-planting is now in progress. was realised ut the •cit in Ear Haig’s Fund. Rev. \f. Henderson, Miltoi, preached ii tlic Par sh Church. 'fhe evening continuation classes annual closing social was held Friday might. The prizc-wiu iers in the Un oui
15 April 1921 - Kirkintilloch Gazette - Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
WOMEN’S TASTE IN DOGS.

WOMEN’S TASTE IN DOGS.

WOMEN’S TASTE DOGS. Tlic modern woman appears to be tending towards a more masculine taste in dogs. The “toy” and pet varieties still bosk drawing-rooms, and in much be frilled and cushioned “ kennels,” * but retrievers, bulldogs, Airedales, not to mention larger, breeds, are not
15 April 1921 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
TAUNTON ELECTION.

TAUNTON ELECTION.

COALITION VICTORY. S>r A. Griffith-Boscawen, the Coalition candidate, returns Parliament as member for Taunton with majority of 4,704 votes over his Labour opponent. * The result was declared on Saturday follows: Sir A. Griffith-Boscawen (C.V.) 12,094 Hr. Janies (Lab.) 8,200 Maj
15 April 1921 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England
 
THE WESTERN CHRONK NOTES AND NEWS , . for the Fancier, Fanner, and Gardener

THE WESTERN CHRONK NOTES AND NEWS , . for the Fancier, Fanner, and Gardener

THE WESTERN CHRONK NOTES AND NEWS . for the Fancier, Fanner, and Gardener Live Stock, Poultry, Eggs, Ac. CUTTINGS Kkaki Campbell, 15/-; Indian 4J Runners, fawn and white, 8/0. —Mrs. Whf.f.lf.b, Southom, Rugby, 733 TXT HITE LEGHORNS for Winter Layers. Barron’s 030-eggS in three ye
15 April 1921 - Western Chronicle - Yeovil, Somerset, England