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THE ROCkiDALE TIMES. SATURDA'

THE ROCkiDALE TIMES. SATURDA'

truth. But we shall find a flaw in it resently. Innocent girls do not vanish lik e Nis, Denby. without leaving any clue tehind. There is ilways some friend in whom they have confided And are you quite sure there is not'." irtewrupted Mrs. Gray. who clung to her Lend in Hope' n i
29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
OUR PATTERNS

OUR PATTERNS

When writing for patterns pta& to num ier under sketch. Send 7d. to Patter. riepartrbent. 2 and 3, Rr•d Lion Court, Lon. dun. L.C.4, and site your own us address dear!" the application. www, * * CHILDREN'S * O CORNER. * * T Edited oy UNCLE NED. Deal Nephews and Nieces. Ned hopes
29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
OTHER EVENTS.

OTHER EVENTS.

The annual meeting of the k'onservative and Unionist Club was held on January 22. when Mr. A. J. Law, J.P.. waa reelected bun. president. and Mr. James Taylor president. On February 10 Sir John Simon visited th e town and addressed a rally of young Liberals'• in th e Town Hall.
29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
FORECAST FOR TO—DAY. North' rly winds, decreasing; mainly fine ; slight frost locally at night.

FORECAST FOR TO—DAY. North' rly winds, decreasing; mainly fine ; slight frost locally at night.

The weather on Thursday and yestenlay was changeable. On the fanner day heavy fog was experienced until evening, when rain began to fall. Just before midnight there were heavy showers.. The conditions under foot were wretched. Yesterday was mainly fine, with a bright period in t
29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
PRESENTATION TO

PRESENTATION TO

REV. C. STANLEY HERBERT. A crowded gathering of members and friends of Milton Congregational Church mbled in the sehool on ThundaT eve-l-ing to bid farewell to tho Rev. C. Stanley Herbert. S.D.. and Mrs. Herbert. who arc , portly leaving Rochdale for Torquay. Mr. Herbert has bee
29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
RETROSPECT.

RETROSPECT.

WORK OF THE COUNCILS. LITTLEBOROUGH. A review of the year from a Littleborough point of view. while marking advance in various spheres, shows that there has been little, if any, improvement in the staple industries of the district and c onsequently distress among the working cla
29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
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29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
SPECIALIST IN BED TICKS. A• ted Tick at 3/11. 'HOLDER'S 3a, BAILLIE STREET, 11S, YORKSHIRE STREET.

SPECIALIST IN BED TICKS. A• ted Tick at 3/11. 'HOLDER'S 3a, BAILLIE STREET, 11S, YORKSHIRE STREET.

29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
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29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
PHIS COSTLY LINOTYPE MACHINE WAS

PHIS COSTLY LINOTYPE MACHINE WAS

INSTALLED AT THE " TIMES " OFFICE TWO YEARS AOO. IT IS EQUIPPED TO PRODUCE
29 December 1923 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England