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IN COMMONS.

IN COMMONS.

In the House of Commons last week-end, Mr. Tom Williams, the Labour Member for the Don Valley Division, asked the Secretary for Mines whether his attention had been called to the statement made by Coroner at n.lev, on December let, after inquiry turn the cause of the death of a
29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
USED TO IT.

USED TO IT.

"How is it that your ►riend seems to list.•n with such good nature to those long polities: - He doesn't mind 'an; be wee gassed in France.• . —Ballivitore A meriron. HE LEFT MHZ. Miss Fortemid awoke in the middle of His night to find a burglar ransacking her effects. Miss Portod
29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
HOW HE GOT 'EM,

HOW HE GOT 'EM,

• did )uu gat oo tunny wounds!" I corpora! in the huthhon.• , , covered with rears. " Accidents) • , r,.7.• of dutiegl" you t•, Oil way: I was edee.r trench !canine up • tivat our barrage, when they lifted the barrage J breaeb."—R_..ikalle%
29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
MARTON MUSICAL PLAY.

MARTON MUSICAL PLAY.

The musical play, "The Wreck of the Argosy," was capitally rendered by the Dartog United Methodists at Barnsley lest Friday , `nigh• in aid of 'toe Barnsley Sunday School Ucion and the Barbsley Y.M.C.A. Mr. Jmicpli Sowerby had been the coach. The principals were Mrs. Agnes Nicho
29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
AN EARACHE REMEDY.

AN EARACHE REMEDY.

Onions are an old-fashioned but useful remedy for relieving earache where it merely otalgia, proceeding probably from cold. Get a Spanish or large common onion, it in she oven, or cut in half and roast (holding on a toasting-fork) before the fire. When quite hot place on the ear
29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 

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29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
rolos the ''Mu■ I. the itreet.' " WALKIN(÷ OUT." "It is quite evident neither of the other Parties (Liberal or

rolos the ''Mu■ I. the itreet.' " WALKIN(÷ OUT." "It is quite evident neither of the other Parties (Liberal or

Socialist) anticipates en independent majority. There is in progeesi Liberal-frihonr flirtation. While it may be premature to announce any engagemor.t, there was no doubt that the couple were' walking out."—Lord Cuslienclun, at Dartford, October 31st. TILL ilinigTS ICTIMMD.) ASK
29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
AGE OF TEE WORLD.

AGE OF TEE WORLD.

The Abbe Theodore Moreau:, Director of at Bourse.. ha. given e.timate. of the age of the earth and when the phenomenon of life appeared on it. He considers 5en.000.000 vears about right for the tee of the earth an he think. that the temperature drooped ton noint where life eonld
29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
OUT OP DATE

OUT OP DATE

Haw ! Haw! Hsw '• Whet arr 7ou lauithinic about, Hiram'," 01be of diem confidence fellers wus in here jes now an' wanted to sell me a gold brick, the fast one I've seen Hector au* a " Y ou got rid of him in a hurry, eh?" "Veg. I told him I'd jee mortgaged th' old hunt. , place a
29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
WHAT BOTHERED RN.

WHAT BOTHERED RN.

A Saginaw man tells of an Eastern college graduate who got work in • Michigan lumbercamp. He was told to get busy on one end of a crosscut saw, the other end being in charge of en old and experienced lunticrinan. At first all went well, but at the end of the second day the young
29 December 1928 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England