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MUSIC THAT FRIGHT THE FISHES And Horrifies th l Birds. “CRUEL FORM TORTURE.” (From Our Own Correspondent' CHESTER, Tuesd The

MUSIC THAT FRIGHT THE FISHES And Horrifies th l Birds. “CRUEL FORM TORTURE.” (From Our Own Correspondent' CHESTER, Tuesd The

desecration ot the countrysi by the indiscriminate use of niechm music was dwelt upon by Sir fl Allen, Principal of the Royal Colleg Music, in his Presidential Address at the Annual Conference of the 1 porated Society of Musicians Grosvenor Hotel, Chester. Think of the rivers, J
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
‘‘ No Tampering.’?

‘‘ No Tampering.’?

No Tampering.’? M rs. L. Manning, vice-president of the Union, seconded. shall stand tampering with the Council schools,” she said. Mr. W. Merrick said that Mr. Hill had made exaggerated charge against religious bodies insufficient evidence. There is determination to prevent the
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ESI)AY., JANUARY I, 1930. A Welcome New Year’s Gift; An Early Holdemess Lamb. New Year's lamb born Mr. Tom Jackscm’s

ESI)AY., JANUARY I, 1930. A Welcome New Year’s Gift; An Early Holdemess Lamb. New Year's lamb born Mr. Tom Jackscm’s

farm at Arnoltf Grange. Sk|riaugh, Holderncss.
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Guinness IS GOOD FOR YOU

Guinness IS GOOD FOR YOU

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01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AN AMUSING VARIATION

AN AMUSING VARIATION

An amusing’ -variation from the usual of streets, mounts, teiTaccs, avenues and roads all hearing fix' same name can. be- seen along York Road. There, some enterprising person named series of streets after, vegetables and fruits, using, among other words, lea. Vetch, Bean, Cranb
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TAX COLLECTOR FOR 45 YEARS

TAX COLLECTOR FOR 45 YEARS

After 45 years* service Mr. J. Edgar Oates retired yesterday from the. office chief collector of taxes at Halifax While Mr. Oates was resident at Southowram he filled many public offices in the township.
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CUR LEEDS ’PHONE IS: 20207.

CUR LEEDS ’PHONE IS: 20207.

BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS The charge for tins class advertisement Is 9il. per line per insertion with a minimum of 2 lines.
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

HODGSON.—December 29, Red Lodge, St. Mark’s Avenue, Harrogate, RICHARD TOPHAM iDick). the beloved husband of Jennie HODGSON.—Funeral ser- v at St. Mark’s Church to-day (Wednesday). January 1. 2.30 p.m. Interment Harlow Cemetery. JACKSON.—December 29. King Lane Farm, Alwoodley, J
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LEEDS MERCURY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1930 FOREVER BLOWING BUBBLES. ANOTHER YEAR HAS PASSED OLD time MOVES VERY PAST, let’s

THE LEEDS MERCURY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1930 FOREVER BLOWING BUBBLES. ANOTHER YEAR HAS PASSED OLD time MOVES VERY PAST, let’s

hope the one That's JUST BEGUM WILL &£ BETTER j Than the last.
01 January 1930 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England