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lIINT TO MINISTRY

lIINT TO MINISTRY

TO MINISTRY I At Wednesday's meeting of the West Riding County Council at Wakethe Council decided to continue their present system of paying over'time rates to persons employed in the A.RIP. rescue and decontamination Iservices of the West Riding when they ,are called out for dut
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
LOST HIS HEAD Soldier's Admission in Penistone Case

LOST HIS HEAD Soldier's Admission in Penistone Case

Adam C. Aitken, a young soldier of Berry Brow, was fined ss. and costs at Barnsley West Riding Court on Monday for driving a motor-cycle in a dangerous manner in Bridge Street, Penistone. This lenient course was taken after an officer had described Aitken as "a very good soldier
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
U. WADDINGTON an d SON. " AUCTIONEERS, HOTEL and GENERAL VALUERS, an d ESTATE AGENTS. OFFICE: 16, MARKET STREET. MEXBOROUGH.

U. WADDINGTON an d SON. " AUCTIONEERS, HOTEL and GENERAL VALUERS, an d ESTATE AGENTS. OFFICE: 16, MARKET STREET. MEXBOROUGH.

Tel.: 167
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
WAR CHARITIES ACT, 1940. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is proposed to apply to the County ICouncil of the

WAR CHARITIES ACT, 1940. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is proposed to apply to the County ICouncil of the

West Riding of Yorkshire for the REGISTRATION under the above-mentioned Act of THE WORTLEY WAR COMFORTS FUND, the objects of which are shortly as follows: To provide Comforts to Men and Women from Wortley Parish serving with H.M. Forces, and the Admintrative Centre of which is s
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
THOMPSON—In loving memory of our dear Mother, Fanny Thompson, who died October 25th, 1939; also of our dear Father, James

THOMPSON—In loving memory of our dear Mother, Fanny Thompson, who died October 25th, 1939; also of our dear Father, James

Thompson, who died July 29th, 1926. Re-united. Those who loved you best miss you most. From their loving Daughter, Son-inlaw and Grandchildren,' Conisborough. C 2162
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
JOHNSON—In loving memory of my dear husband, Charlie, who passed away October 28th, 1936. Morning thoughts, evening memories and everlasting

JOHNSON—In loving memory of my dear husband, Charlie, who passed away October 28th, 1936. Morning thoughts, evening memories and everlasting

love. From his dear Wife, 96, Schofield Street, Mexborough. C 2160
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
JOHNSON—In ever loving memory of a dear son and brother, L/Cpl. John Johnson, who was killed in action in Italy,

JOHNSON—In ever loving memory of a dear son and brother, L/Cpl. John Johnson, who was killed in action in Italy,

October 27th, 1918. No mother's care did him attend, Nor o'er him did a father bend, No sister by to shed a tear, No brother by his words to hear. Sick, dying in a foreign land, No father by to take his hand. No mother by to close his eyes, Far from his native land he lies. From
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
WREATHS - - from 5/- SPRAYS - - from 1/- FRED T, 0 N 65, High St., MEXBORO' (Trackless stops

WREATHS - - from 5/- SPRAYS - - from 1/- FRED T, 0 N 65, High St., MEXBORO' (Trackless stops

at Door).
October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
OWING TO INCREASED TAXATION THE MANAGEMENT ARE RELUCTANTLY COMPELLED TO RAISE PRICES.

OWING TO INCREASED TAXATION THE MANAGEMENT ARE RELUCTANTLY COMPELLED TO RAISE PRICES.

October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
Covered Accommodation for all.

Covered Accommodation for all.

October 26, 1940 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England