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20 February 1937 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
JEWS AND EDUCATION BILL.

JEWS AND EDUCATION BILL.

Contrary gfnoral expectation, it is almost certain that the Jews will not contract out under new Education Bill. The Chief Rabbi, specking at a meeting yesterday afternoon, declared definitely that there seemed be alternative but to transfer the Jewish schools to the local autho
27 November 1908 - Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
SWIMMING AND WATER POLO.

SWIMMING AND WATER POLO.

(By Trudoeon.) Notts, and Derby Polo League. j, Won. Dm. Lost. For. Apst. Pts.' 4._ 3.. 1.. 0.. 11. 6.. 7 Derby S.O. •• .. 0 .. .. 14 .. .. 6 Notts. Victoria .. 1 .. 1 .. 1 .. 6 .. 7 .. Boots Athletic .... 4.. 1..0.. 2.. 4.. 11- Notts. City Police.. 3.. 0 .. 0 .. 3.. 4.. 8.. 0 R
14 June 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BOROUGH OF DERBY.

BOROUGH OF DERBY.

HRALTH REPORT. During tho week ended Juno 9th, 1906, there were registered within the Borough of Derby 44 births, viz.: 23 males and 21 females, representing a birth-rate of 18.51 per 1,000 of living population, as compared with 34.15 for the corresponding week of last year. The
14 June 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
M. PRITCHARD & CO. RICHMOND LAUNDRY.; DALE ROAD. GOLD, SILVER, AND BRONZE k MEDALS. I LARGEST SHIRT & COLLAR DRESSERS

M. PRITCHARD & CO. RICHMOND LAUNDRY.; DALE ROAD. GOLD, SILVER, AND BRONZE k MEDALS. I LARGEST SHIRT & COLLAR DRESSERS

. IN DERBY. Send fob List. r"- (snltrtainawirts, &f. 'f GRAND THEATRE, DERBY. lAje Proprietor and Manager T. Allan Edwardes. Telephone No. 193. poors open 7. Commence 7.30. Early doors 6.45. j NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT ! Messrs. Hardie and Von Leer's Company in I Celebrated Pl
14 June 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
©tofts, Assistants, Sr., Wanted. Bakehouse lad wanted; one usedl^ trj.de preferred; about 18; willing lad can have good opportunity of

©tofts, Assistants, Sr., Wanted. Bakehouse lad wanted; one usedl^ trj.de preferred; about 18; willing lad can have good opportunity of

improving.—Green, 22, Friar-gato, Derby. ~E>OY WANTED for printing department; one ■ -"-J used to the trade preferreid; also Learner for bookbinding department. Apply Harwood, ' Tenant-street, Derby. /CONFECTIONER WANTED, temporarily.— Apply A. Butterworth, Regent-street, Derby.
14 June 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AT ONCE, WANTED, Young Girl, to .help another servant; about 15; can sleep out.— •Miss Moseley's Registry, Duffield-road. FULL-STREET REGISTRY.

AT ONCE, WANTED, Young Girl, to .help another servant; about 15; can sleep out.— •Miss Moseley's Registry, Duffield-road. FULL-STREET REGISTRY.

Miss Maiden REQUIRES Cook, £20; Cook-Generals, £18; Housemaids, Young General, £12 (family two), and Day Girls. FEMALE DOMESTICS WANTED in Ontario,' Canada; must pay own fare before sailing.—- Particulars apply Ontario Government Agency, 7,, James's-street, Liverpool. MRS. REEVE
14 June 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ACCIDENTALLY SNOT.

ACCIDENTALLY SNOT.

Frederick Duster Bill, workman, was accidentally shot last night South* sea. relative was showing him gun when the weapon exploded, the charge entering Hill's breast. died some time later. —Press Association. THE MIDLAND RAILWAY DISASTER. REPORT BOARD OP TRADE. The report of Maj
19 April 1905 - Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
• of 118 in Greenock.

• of 118 in Greenock.

of 118 in Greenock. rumblor now complains about tops of covered can. Lovers have to go another storey are now putting their »lack of heat is causing the that backward in that re* anged to ran special train Saturday in connection game in the Renfrewshire squadron will be in the Cl
19 April 1905 - Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
THE SPRING HOLIDAY SCENES AT

THE SPRING HOLIDAY SCENES AT

RENFREWSHIRE LICENSING COURT. LICENSE WITHDRAWN* The annual Court for the County of Renfrew was held yesterday in the County Hall, Paisley. Mr H. E. Gordon presided. Auld, Procurator-Fiscal, brought before the Court the polio* corn plaints eoaoecdoa with the manner in which curt
19 April 1905 - Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland