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playing and elocution halo by Trinity Col-

playing and elocution halo by Trinity Col-

lege Music. London, fn the Groivenor Museum on the 4th. ith, 6.h and 7th. of November, the following candidates were successful:— Local Dlvldes:—Hon- Rosemary 121,10 n !Mr komise;--tionours: Edward B. Orient% (Mrs. I. Hilda Wakefield (Mae alloy. L.R.A.M.I: Merit. Pauline Farrell
20 December 1947 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESHIRE'S PARLIAMENTARY BOUNDARIES COMMISSION'S INITIAL REPORT ISSUED EDDISBURY TO The Boundary Commission for Ragland. their report published last Friday, recommend.

CHESHIRE'S PARLIAMENTARY BOUNDARIES COMMISSION'S INITIAL REPORT ISSUED EDDISBURY TO The Boundary Commission for Ragland. their report published last Friday, recommend.

under section three of the Rouse of Commons II of Beats) Act. 1944. the following constituencies into which local counties and boroughs should be divided: (OVSTY or CINIXTER rAa► COUNTY OF CUE-STEM Electorate It IStb October. 1144. 444.111 Number of Members. MCA. Contents: The A
20 December 1947 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
IPEA IVA AltellElL?O

IPEA IVA AltellElL?O

IPEA IVA AltellElL—On 2nd December. D 147. suddenly. at Coventry. W.::iam. oti:y son of Mrs. Archer and the late Mr. Archer of Westmlnster-road. E so I e BELLIS.—On 14th December. :1147. at The Damage. Upton. Albert. beloved husband of Jane Dellis. aged 11 fears. CANTWISGMT.—On l
20 December 1947 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
FOR quiet, restful, entertaining holiday. Now booking for ChNstomm; fSI per day. Other terms on application —Mrs Agmkn. BSc, Rockchffe

FOR quiet, restful, entertaining holiday. Now booking for ChNstomm; fSI per day. Other terms on application —Mrs Agmkn. BSc, Rockchffe

Guest Home, Queen's Park. Chester. Tel 3694. 7883
20 December 1947 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
pORTABLE GRAMOPHONE, as new, AA Write B 229, Observer Office, Chester. 1311ORTAELE TYPEWRITER; Continental Keyboard; excellent condition; £2O cr beat

pORTABLE GRAMOPHONE, as new, AA Write B 229, Observer Office, Chester. 1311ORTAELE TYPEWRITER; Continental Keyboard; excellent condition; £2O cr beat

offer.—Annem, Southway, Blacon. 8802
20 December 1947 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MR. GEORGE HENRY DAVIES

MR. GEORGE HENRY DAVIES

The funeral took place on Saturday of Mr. George Henry Davies, of 38. William-street, Newt;wn. Chester. A service was held at his home conduced by Major Bruce of the Salvation Army. The family mourners were Messrs. R. G. McCreary and William McCreary (nephews), and Mr. and Mrs.
20 December 1947 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
UNEMPLOYMENT IN CHESTER DISTRICT Increase Of 140 Men And 60 Women

UNEMPLOYMENT IN CHESTER DISTRICT Increase Of 140 Men And 60 Women

ANSWERS TO * AND GENERAL NOTES Two Chester Brothers Receive Kingsley Memorial Medal
20 December 1947 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
'Xmas Festivities 1947 GROSVENOR HOTEL, CHESTER Xmas Day, Dec. 25th MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT Boxing Day, Dec. 26th GRAND GALA DANCE 8

'Xmas Festivities 1947 GROSVENOR HOTEL, CHESTER Xmas Day, Dec. 25th MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT Boxing Day, Dec. 26th GRAND GALA DANCE 8

p.m to 1 a.m. Tickets 21/- each includin g Runnin g Buffet Saturday, Dec. 27th DANCING 8 to 11-45 p.m. Tickets 10/11 each including Running Buffet FULLY BOOKED NEW YEAR'S EVE BALI. Reservations by Letter or 'Phone—CHESTER 1220 Tickets obtainable at Reception Office on the Night
20 December 1947 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THS IRANI HAMMOND SCHOOL Or DANCING bold HOLIDAY CLASSES tor Dm and Girb the STUDIOS, IT, Bridge St. Row, Master

THS IRANI HAMMOND SCHOOL Or DANCING bold HOLIDAY CLASSES tor Dm and Girb the STUDIOS, IT, Bridge St. Row, Master

On Dee. IMb. 21rd: Jan. 2nd. Oh and at 11 am.
20 December 1947 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Holidays On The Mend

Holidays On The Mend

Merseyside farmers will welcome the decision of engineers to spend their week-ends and holidays going out to farms and repairing farm machinery- The secretary the local agricultural engineering union, in conjunction with the local N.F.U.. is compiling list of all farms where imp
06 August 1943 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England