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FOOTBALL RESULTS

FOOTBALL RESULTS

bITURDA Y. booms° •Barnsley Wolverhampton.. 1 MIDLAND LEAGUE. •Grimsby Town K. 1 Barnsley Ws &Kauai CUP. Vxtra Prelledwiry Round. •South Kirkby .. 2 Calverley •Frickley Colliery. I Alton' W. It 0 'Dodworth •Aomingseld Ath 4 Wombwell Main.. 1 'Birdwell •Maltby Maio 0 Wath At! 0 •
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
CUDWORTH VILLAGE SUCCEED.

CUDWORTH VILLAGE SUCCEED.

In the game between Cudworth Village and Hoy land Common Wes., al Cudworth, the hems team were soon active, and the visiting eustodian did well to keep his goal Intent. However, alter about 15 minutes' play, Brown opened the sensing, and soon alter Armstrong added a second. In t
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
Penistone and District League.

Penistone and District League.

By their defeat of Thar!stone Old In the Anal of the Ponistone and District Cricket League on the iloylandewaine ground, on Saturday, Peolstone Netberfeld are the champions of the league for the second yrar in their sueoesses of last ees,un resulting In both fist and second divi
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
,HOW AT Trit

,HOW AT Trit

BARNS
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
RECORD BAD LUCK.

RECORD BAD LUCK.

" What is sadder than a man who loses his last friend? " " A man who works for his board and loses his appetite."—.Stanford Clusparra.
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 

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WO DANGER.

WO DANGER.

" I hope you are not afraid of microbes," apologised the paying•teller as he cashed the achool-teacher's cheque with soiled currency. " Don't worry," said the young lady. " A microbe couldn't live on my salary." —Sea- men's Journal.
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
Notices Ignored.

Notices Ignored.

For doing damage to growing grass six defendants from the Boyland district were ordered to pay the code at Friday's West Riding Omit. Mr. Ridoal, prosecuting. stated that a Dumber of people In the district seemed deter- mined not to regard the notices which had been erected. Ald
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
gizmo' Doug. salmi.

gizmo' Doug. salmi.

It was reported that at their meeting the General Purposes Committee considered thw question of the rents to be charged for the 33 type "A Massa In coarse of erection at Keibro'. Yr. Smith moved and Mr. Pickering seconded that the rent be Bs. per week, exclusive of rates, water
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
FEAR AS A CAUSE OF DISEASE.

FEAR AS A CAUSE OF DISEASE.

An eminent medical authority once mad* the statement that a great deal of contagion is due largely to nervous apprehension and face. Terror causes radical changes in the accretions and nerve cells, and while the pea sibility is not the direct cause of disease, it certainly is su
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
OMENS OF THE MIRROR.

OMENS OF THE MIRROR.

The Swedish girl who looks into her ease by candlelight risks the loss of her lover. A universal superstition. which has found its way even to our own prosaic time and country, forbids • bride to see herself in a mirror after her toilet is completed In Warwickshire and other par
17 September 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England