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CALL AND =AR OUR WONDERFUL NEW

CALL AND =AR OUR WONDERFUL NEW

No. 1085
25 December 1929 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
INQUEST. (Continued).

INQUEST. (Continued).

got on the beach. As he was found below high-water mark, the first presumption was that he was drowned. That was, however. definitely cleared up by the medical evidence. He was not drowned and was probably dead before the tide got to him. He had swallowed no sea water. In a man
25 December 1929 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
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The following very practical letter to a Blackpool newspaper might well be applied to Skognesa :-- HAD MY WAY. . .1" Sir.—As a citizen and ratepayer I have been interested in the various articles relative to the above that have appeared in "The Gazette and Herald," and owing to,
25 December 1929 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
MINN SLACK SILK STOCKINGS.

MINN SLACK SILK STOCKINGS.

SLACK SILK STOCKINGS. Black atockings •re being revived in Paris, but Skrgnesa has not yet seen the black hosiery which has medallions of lace inset at the back of the heel. The idea is very smart, but one pair has • black medallion in a flesh-tinted streeking. •M M • MAKING MACA
25 December 1929 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
The Compliments of the Season to You, and May the Season 1930 be a Prosperous One For You and Yours.

The Compliments of the Season to You, and May the Season 1930 be a Prosperous One For You and Yours.

T. HILL, Central Bakery, Prince George Street.
25 December 1929 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. GEORGE GARNER DUNKLEY begs to inform the Public that he is carrying on the above

UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. GEORGE GARNER DUNKLEY begs to inform the Public that he is carrying on the above

in all its Branches. STRICT ATTENTION AND MODERATE CHARGES Orders taken at LUMLEY CHAMBERS•or **WEST DENE. - TRAFALGAR AVENUE, will receive prompt attention.
25 December 1929 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
FRESHNEY FERGUSON.—At Neilston Parish Church. Glasgow, on December 18, 1929, Cherie, Edward Norman, only son of the late Mr. and

FRESHNEY FERGUSON.—At Neilston Parish Church. Glasgow, on December 18, 1929, Cherie, Edward Norman, only son of the late Mr. and

Mist. E. M. Fresbney. 3:egness, to Margaret Cameron. daughter of Mr. R. Ferguson and the late Mrs. Ferguson, of Barrhaaa, Glasgow.
25 December 1929 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
FISHERMAN. New Badge Adopted at Annual Meeting of Progressive Local Cycling Organisation.

FISHERMAN. New Badge Adopted at Annual Meeting of Progressive Local Cycling Organisation.

Subject to formal cooseot being obtained from the Sltegnese Advancement Association. she Skegness Wbeeler. Cycling Club has adopted a new badge. incorporating Skegness's famous mascot. "The Jolly Fisherman." mi. decision was reached at the club's annual meeting when the Presiden
06 February 1935 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
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06 February 1935 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
 
HAPPY ATMOSPHERE

HAPPY ATMOSPHERE

No fewer than 126 members of the poet.' stale in the district administered by the &einem Head Office attended this function, an exceedingly happy atmosphere reigning throughout. . Mr: Henry Hasidim, Shadiness's resident M.P. for the Horacastle Division, who played such a great p
06 February 1935 - Skegness News - Skegness, Lincolnshire, England