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NEW ENEMP,LOYWENT BENEFIT PERIOD,

NEW ENEMP,LOYWENT BENEFIT PERIOD,

The new benefit period for workless people who have exhausted their benefit under the Insurance Act will begin on Thursday. November 3. i, the same as that in the period now elec.- ing, and, subject to the recommendations of the local employment committee, any of the unemployCd
02 November 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
FLASH LAMP

FLASH LAMP

or ELECTRIC TORCH. BATTERIES, BULBS and FITTINGS PUTMAN, 2 :;PP II I I N G G H N S TRRTEOENT Cycles and Accessories. Football, Hockey and all Sports Goods.
02 November 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
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02 November 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE BEST OF, EVERYTHING AT

THE BEST OF, EVERYTHING AT

COWPER'S. 50, King St., and Carney Square PENRITH. TZULTIONI 63. CULL and 833 our " FIELD SERVICE WRITING WALLET," Nor. Par Cards, Parall, AU he dd.—As B. saws, I, Darn. Afro Mirk PanriEL wstb 40 A 9 9 NTBSTDID PAD, %NM " stratitZky (vonsle.D. vales. 1/. each. —st B. &Ors. "Mame
01 November 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
COINS REPLACING PAPER.

COINS REPLACING PAPER.

For the first time since paper money replaced coins in prortkallv every country in the world during the oor, there are signs of a return to healthier conditions in one or two quarters. Japan, for instance. is preparing to issue silver coinage to replace the note* of mall denqpii
01 November 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 

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CUMBERLAND COAL FOR THE

CUMBERLAND COAL FOR THE

CONTINENT. A cargo of coal for the Continent, the first that has ever gone from Cumbeesnd in the history of the local coal trade, has been shipped from Workington this week by the AllerUe Colliery Company, Ltd. Continental orders for 8,030 tons of coke hare also been seaweed. FO
01 November 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
THE LOCAL ECONOMY CAMP/lON,

THE LOCAL ECONOMY CAMP/lON,

CANON SUTTON TO RELINQUISH 2250 A To-morrow at the quarterly meeting of the i Cumberland County Council, the Chairman, Clinun Sutton, will move that the salary of 000 per annum granted to him on August 10th, 1919, be reduced to ERSO per annum r from November 2nd. Mr. T. P. Reed
01 November 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
LLOYDS AND NATIONAL PROVINCIAL FOREIGN RAN[ UMITED,

LLOYDS AND NATIONAL PROVINCIAL FOREIGN RAN[ UMITED,

OFFICES is LONDON 11. P Tbreasimmell s AßlS 1. 71, S.W. . RIAIRITZ. BORDEAUX. HAI•RE, MARSEILLES. NICE ANTWERP. BRUSSELS, COLOGNE CUIRVA. ZURICH. CO SY wiNTER: COATS The very first thing that a Lady needs for the Winter is a WARM COAT, and never have we placed a better selection
01 November 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
QUESTION OF CUSTODY.

QUESTION OF CUSTODY.

Conference of Arabaasadors on Thursday morning decided that ez•K{ng Karl should be tedon board • ISritiah nboat ancbored off s-Put, thaw) to await the decision of the Powers in regard to his intwnnient. The Cion• towel' approved the protocol of the recent negotiatioes between th
01 November 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
NEW ADDRESS

NEW ADDRESS

CORNER of ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE Opposite The• Post Office. BRITISH LEGION• SPECIAL
04 November 1921 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England