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AGRICULTURAL

AGRICULTURAL

SCOTCH SEED POTATOES. Duke of York, Midlo:hian, Early Express, Llewellyn, Arran Chief, Golden Wonder, LocbY. Kerr's rink. Etitish Queen, Ally, King Edwards, Dates, Arian Comrade, Tinw3ld Peat% iton, Edzell Blue. Eclipse. Epicure, etc. Prices per stone, hundredweight, and truck l
17 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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"t IC , Th . e cost to the taxpayer of Unem- P . , vili,mt Insuran-e and Unemployment I..x.+anges (excluding the cost of the re-ent Unemployed Workers' Dependants Act) is as follows: SPECIAL Pr RCIIASE OF.
17 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
RETFORD PUBLIC LECTURES. "Animal Camouflage."

RETFORD PUBLIC LECTURES. "Animal Camouflage."

The Mayor (Aid. Clay. C.C.), presided at Retford Town Hall last night on the occasion of the first lc.cture delivered this season under the auspices of the Public Lectures Committee. The lecturer was Mr. Walter S. Rowntree, of Brighton, and the subject, "Animal Camouflage." Ther
17 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
APPEAL TO SPORTSMEN.

APPEAL TO SPORTSMEN.

-- Mr. G. F. Mowatt, J.P., president . af the Mid-Sussex Football Association, who is himself unfortunately blind, sends an urgent appeal to football clubs and other . sporis organisations for help by arranging matches or otherwise, for the National Institute for the Blind,. of
17 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE FLYING RACE..

THE FLYING RACE..

- --- Mr. John Pye had been greatly wori'td because since fairies had begun to diive airships his business grew very dull, and nobody wanted to hire the handsome bird: with which his stables were filled. But Mrs. Mag Pye, his wile, was a clever little thing, and she suggested of
10 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
RATES IN ARREAR.

RATES IN ARREAR.

- Gcorge Waring, engine-driver, Moorkrill. was summoned for non-payment of at: cars of poor rate totalling 477 2s. Od , anti district rate #74 Bs. Bd. Mt. C. Broadbery, from the Retford Rates Office, gave the facts of the case. Defendant said he had been out of wrrk nearly a yea
10 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
YOUNG RETFO RD SWIMMERS. Elementary Schools Competitions.

YOUNG RETFO RD SWIMMERS. Elementary Schools Competitions.

Great enthusiasm pievailed on Friday night at the Corporation Baths when the swimming sports and competitions in connection with the Retford elementary schools took place. Coun. Brackett (Chairman Of the Baths Committce) and Mr. H. R. Dodman (manager of the Baths) acted as start
10 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
UNNECESSARY DANGER.

UNNECESSARY DANGER.

The feeling that came uppermost into my mind as I read Mr. Lloyd George's second declaration of policy was one of anger at the utter stupidity of the Government, at the amazing futility of its conduct during the past three years, and at the hostility which it has so unnecessaril
10 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SKILLED KNOWLEDGE. Retford Evening Classes.

SKILLED KNOWLEDGE. Retford Evening Classes.

PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. A bright and interesting function took p!ace on Wednesday night in the assembly hall of the new Central School, when the Mayor (Alderman Clay, C.C.), in the presence of a large assembly. distributed the prizes and certificates won by sucessful students of bot
10 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CLASSES MORE THAN SAT ISFAC- -YokV.

CLASSES MORE THAN SAT ISFAC- -YokV.

CLASSES MORE THAN SAT ISFAC- IMr. Lidster said that as his report ot the Evening (-lasses had already been published, ne would only say that last session was a very successtut one both as regards die attendances and the examinations, which were more than satisfactory. The claes t
10 October 1922 - Retford and Worksop Herald and North Notts Advertiser - Retford, Nottinghamshire, England