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“ BALLROOM RACEHORSES ” at the Hogmanay Dance at the Cutlers’ Hall last night,

“ BALLROOM RACEHORSES ” at the Hogmanay Dance at the Cutlers’ Hall last night,

BALLROOM RACEHORSES at the Hogmanay Dance at the Cutlers’ Hall last night, touch of colour being given by the shoulder knot of blue and pink satin ribbons. Among the past presidents and their wives who joined the festive crowd were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Craig, Mrs. Craig looking sm
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CURRENT TOPICS.

CURRENT TOPICS.

DURING last evening several persons, who in spite of inadequate disguises were quite recognisable as small boys, indicated their wish that in the New Year we should have a pocketful of money and a cellarful of beer. They indicated a further wish to share the pocketful of money i
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CINEMA HORROR IN SCOTLAND.

CINEMA HORROR IN SCOTLAND.

every bed was occupied. The scene was appalling. “As soon as we learned of the real extent of the horror urgent messages were sent to every available doctor to rush to the hospital. “The patients were being carried in from tramcars, private cars and lorries, in fact anything tha
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Jay’s, the Furnishers.

Jay’s, the Furnishers.

In these days when practically everything from a house downwards can be bought on the easy payment system, the trader who caters for the purchaser on the instalment system is an institution. It is really surprising the large number of people who nowadays prefer to buy their good
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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This Old Friend will make many New Friends In 1930, because PLAYER’S MEDIUM NAVY CUT CIGARETTES WITH OR WITHOUT CORK TIPS.
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Sheffield Auctioneers’ Year. The property market, of 1929, a. review made Messrs. Kadon and auctioneers, of 2. St. James’ Street,

Sheffield Auctioneers’ Year. The property market, of 1929, a. review made Messrs. Kadon and auctioneers, of 2. St. James’ Street,

Sheffield, is stated to have varied little in its features from that of 1928, the total realisation being slightly in excess of the previous year. The demand for investment property continues, and nearly all lots of this dlass have found a ready sale at prices in most cases well
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TO-DAY’S RACES.

TO-DAY’S RACES.

Overnight Runners and Jockeys For Manchester. 2 CLUB HURDLE Grand Succcs..A. Glasgow Burgee or Blue Don Huncoat Lall Star Free Forester Galloper Gay...T. Cullinan Brucehaven J. Mason Uossmint P. O’Hara Leaflet Sept Olaf T. Leader Inspired A. Waudby Golden Jlye ...J. Moloney King
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CHICAGO PRODUCE.

CHICAGO PRODUCE.

CHICAGO, Tuesday. WHEAT opened steady and %o to %c higher, and further improved on a bullish weather forecast and reports of good export business in hard winter wheats at the Gulf. Advices from Liverpool an improved demand for American wheats in the United Kingdom owing higher o
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
ATTRACTIVE ELECTRICAL SHARES.

ATTRACTIVE ELECTRICAL SHARES.

Now that Crompton Parkinson’s Ordinary shares, old and new, have been up to 20s a purchase represents a yield of per cent, on the basis of the per cent, dividend paid for last year. This well-known Leeds electrical engineering business combines the interests of a couple of old-e
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SATISFACTIONS.

SATISFACTIONS.

South Notts Bus Company. Ltd.—Satisfaction in full on November 18th, of Debenture dated March 4th, and registered March 9th, 1929. LIVERPOOL COTTON. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday. A slightly better inquiry was shown on spot, but spinners are still disinclined to purchase freely. Americans
01 January 1930 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England