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TERRITORIAL ARMY RESERVE OF OFFICERS.

TERRITORIAL ARMY RESERVE OF OFFICERS.

General List. Royal Army Chaplains' Dept.—The Revs S J Gosling. M.A., Chaplain to the Forces, 4th CI., from active list, to be chaplain to the Forces, 4th CI. Regimental List. Royal Engineers.—soth INorthumbrian) Divl. Leers —Capt. T. H. Watson resigns his commission. Infantry.—
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ACTOR'S LOSSES.

ACTOR'S LOSSES.

Publicly examined at London Bankruptcy Court, yesterday, on accounts shoM'ing unsecured liabilities of £1 and assets of 155., Air. James Bromley Challenor, the artor manager, Porchester Gardens, Bayswater, attributed his failure losses incurred in the conversion of St. Andrew's
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PRIZE LIST AND PRICES

PRIZE LIST AND PRICES

Appended is the prize list and the principal prices:— FOALS —I. T. Knlses. l>»le. W. L"ltr hiilta*. Blihnpthorpr, 38»s ; 2. Barron Alht.MO.Terlmelon, t" Major 0. Foster. 1-eysthorre. 3. A. Brooke-Shaw. Kawmar-h. 22ct. All NHS—I, Major Gordon Foster. Maior P. Smith, 4df'.:2. Stri
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
(From a Special Correspondent.)

(From a Special Correspondent.)

Judging by a number of the new talks pamphlets just received from the 8.8.C., tho educational authorities of the Corjtoration have realised to the full what value there is supplementing the spoken with the printed word. make-up, content, and price the new seasons' publications a
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
When the Bridges Were Swept Away.

When the Bridges Were Swept Away.

Vigorous protests against Otley Bridge being scheduled as an ancient monument have, am told, been lately made by members the local Council. such, the bridge cannot be altered without the consent of the Office of Works, and for several the Council have been concerned about the in
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
British Blood.

British Blood.

As this hill-country was one of the areas in which, more surely in the richer lands of the south and east, the ancient Britons survived, it likely, as Mr. Pearson points out, that probably " most us " Lunesdale have drop of the old British blood in our veins. And there m.iv more
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Poems of Robert Frost.

Poems of Robert Frost.

is desirable that American poetry, much more flourishing now* than poetry England, should be better known over here, for America has long passed from the imitative days Longfellow, Whittier and others to place in the van. Robert Frost, whose collected poems are to be published b
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE YORKSHIRE POST, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1930.

THE YORKSHIRE POST, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1930.

BIG POST OFFICE SURPLUS. P.M.G. Expects More Than £9,250,000. EFFICIENT 'PHONES. The Postmaster-General (Mr. 11. B. Lees-Smith, M.P. for the Kpighley Division), speaking Denholme, last night, sail that though the commercial accounts of the Post Office for the last financial year
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POLITICAL NOTES.

POLITICAL NOTES.

Cabinet and the Imperial Conference. (Front Our Political Correspondent.) FLEET STREET, Tuesday. Cabinet will, is understood, meet to-morrow and again later on in the week. An official list the delegates the Imperial Conference will issued for publication Thursday, as well as so
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Mussolini on Horseback.

Mussolini on Horseback.

Mussolini has set statesmen new precedent which some of them may find a little embarrassing. Irritated by rumours of his ill-health, the Duce summoned a number of journalists at eight in the morning to his private riding track, where, mounted on a fiery Arab steed, he gave an im
24 September 1930 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England