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POLICE UNION JOINS THE LABOUR

POLICE UNION JOINS THE LABOUR

PARTY. T 1... Notional Union of Pollee and Prison line been accepted by the Labour Party. "This is an extremely important a:s the Labour Party. - Neoher is London .or anywhere else are this police too well satisfied with their conditions or the tuetliods of the Government. and i
February 22, 1919 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
BRIERLEY HILL.

BRIERLEY HILL.

record ~t held this week at the li!,•. The .ted 'h. n HI i :••r •ee • r • .4 I 1.1 ti 9 1r . r r r r ir,r-t•ca Mr. IL c .-.. ter. A. 1.. :he JUOGL MAaISTRATES. After givio i ; e•sautt at St .gord .t-•:xe• 0 'ibnrAtay, Hi,. Lordship, Mr. Justice RowLitt, said ice wished to say th
February 22, 1919 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
Tio-ders Fixtures. F

Tio-ders Fixtures. F

AA Iseeitste v. Asia Celtic. Didley Town v. II Mt. Pleatant Wes v. Query Bask Albion. e. Brockway Brierler Mill Randers v. Wan nook re. Replayed Coptic The @i-et Snerr hae it* banks in pike end R 0 leen. Many h.. the, occupants in .00 two having to lire The *vet. are auto kr r fl
February 22, 1919 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
THE DUDLEY CRIONICIAL SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 80. 1119.

THE DUDLEY CRIONICIAL SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 80. 1119.

THE DUDLEY CRIONICIAL SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1119. PROMINENT AGRICULTURIST DEAD A SAD COINCIDENCE AT DOBSINGTON. Th .•ii the death of • Mr. Frank Horne, Salter's Ball lanes, Hobhington. are particularly sad. Mr. Home's wife, who had been an invalid for the last twenty years, succumbe
February 22, 1919 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
Teacher's Death.

Teacher's Death.

The Chairman said he was very sorry to report that they hod lost one of their head teachers—Miss Mona Mason, daughter of Mr. S. Masai, chief clerk in the Council Offices. and who died very suddenly from influenza. He expressed in the name of the Committee their deep sympathy in
February 22, 1919 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
Psi•ded Applications.

Psi•ded Applications.

it was reported that applwatioss for ap. pointmests teachers were not asfficiest nr suitable tor all the raeaneles. and as there were soldier-teachers returning tom the tomes. it was hoped sone to adjust the daft as necessary for th' worl. Teachers M to 111 certain placesgeneral
February 22, 1919 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
Touchers Return.

Touchers Return.

The Staff. Committee reported that teachers who had been released fmm the Army bad been placed at schools, and that Messrs. J. Ball. L. A. S. Commit. and R. J. Fackett, who had been released from the Army. were offered re•appointment by the committee If they would undertake to s
February 22, 1919 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
Tram Driver's Evidence.

Tram Driver's Evidence.

The tram driver, Thomas Dublin, stated that he wit, in the employ of the Dudley and Stourbridge Tram Company, and drove the len ear from Kingswinford. lle knew Mira Coombes and noticed her board the car at She Cram, gingswinford. She had box. about IS inches equare, in her hand.
February 22, 1919 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
FACTS AND FANCIES.

FACTS AND FANCIES.

THE CEDARS OF LEBANON. There are only about four hundred of the cedars of Lebanon left. The Marmite 'peasants almost worship them sod call ditto the Cedars of the Lord," and • re• cent Governor of the Lebanon surrounded them by • great wall, so that the young shoots miblit not b
February 22, 1919 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
EEO FOR NEW

EEO FOR NEW

'lite staff and students of the above eclat& held their tweaking-up Thrust ma. soiree and donee oil Tuesday week, w hen over a hundred students and friends assembled to have "il good time." The large printing room of the school had been previously clean', *as very tastefully dec
January 3, 1914 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England