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THE CINEMA HORROR.

THE CINEMA HORROR.

Happily, the records of public entertainment in this country have hitherto registered nothing that quite equals in sheer volume and poignancy the New Year's Eve tragedy of the Paisley Cinema Theatre. Memory stirs afresh amid the stories of past days inj which children's entertai
01 January 1930 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
MY VERDICT ON 1929

MY VERDICT ON 1929

VERDICT ON 1929 SIR WILLIAM LLEWELLYN (PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY). I think that the big event in the world of »rt during was the Dntch Exhibition held in London between January and March. was wonderful and inspiring collection of art treasures, and worthy of ft prominent pla
01 January 1930 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
"The Service of the Midland Bank " The banking habit ha* become widespread, bat many people still do not realise

"The Service of the Midland Bank " The banking habit ha* become widespread, bat many people still do not realise

the Talnable services a modern bank renders to its clients. Some of these available to all customers at all branches, are explained in the latest edition of "THE SERVICE OF THE MIDLAND BANK " obtainable any of the 2(00 offices in England and Wales. The doors of the Midland Bank
01 January 1930 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
ACCIDENT IN BURTON STREET

ACCIDENT IN BURTON STREET

Three-Years-Old Girl Bruised A litle Butron girl, Joan Olive Barratt, aged three, who lives in Branstone-road, fell in front of a motorcycle at the Lichfield-street and Newstreet junction this afternoon, and it was found she was bruised rather badly, when conveyed to the Burton
01 January 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PUDDING SAUCES

PUDDING SAUCES

By ALISON KEITH BOILED and steamed puddings are the Ynost dependent creatures imaginable. Alone they can be most uninteresting, but give them the support of a piquant sauce, and what a difference. The majority of dried-fruit puddings —currant dumpling, raisin roll, date and flg
01 January 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A SILVER CAROL

A SILVER CAROL

—/or the Old By Edith E. Spriggs THE wise men brought Thee gifts of gold And treasures rare when Thou wast born; But we, like shepherds, grey and old, We greet Thee in a silver dawn. * The leaves are bright with frozen dew, And silver snow falls gently down. While in the pale sh
01 January 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY CATTLE MARKET

DERBY CATTLE MARKET

Stock exhibited at market on Tuesday, December 31, Fat stock— 260 cattle, 111 calves, sheep, pigs.
01 January 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MATLOCK "IMPS" BALL

MATLOCK "IMPS" BALL

Matlock branch of the Junior Imperial League held a fancy dress ball at the New Bath Hotel, Matlock Bath, last night. There was a big attendance. Just before midnight the dance music was stopped and the company gathered round wireless loud-speaker in the hall. As soon as Big Ben
01 January 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ACTRESS'S WEDDING

ACTRESS'S WEDDING

Film to be Taken With Her Own Camera The wedding of Miss Anita Elson, the well-known comedy actress, and Mr. Nicholas Prinsep, son of the late Mr. Val Prinsep, 8.A., and brother-in-law of Miss Margaret Bannerman, will take place at Princes-row register office, London, on Tuesday
01 January 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
"DOING GOOD WORK"

"DOING GOOD WORK"

U.S. Tribute to Britain's Word in India America is following with sympathetic interest the problems facing British administration in India, and the course of events in that country, says a New York message, to-day. The "Herald-Tribune" declares that an examination of the busines
01 January 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England