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A MOTORISTS ehould steer to BUXTON, The Mountain Spa of Derbyshire, Also THE PALACE HOTEL, For Real Enjoyment.

A MOTORISTS ehould steer to BUXTON, The Mountain Spa of Derbyshire, Also THE PALACE HOTEL, For Real Enjoyment.

August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BOURNEMOUTH.— WHITE HERMITAGE, first-class en Pension, lovely ros’n, fac. pier, overlook. gardens. Excel, cuis. Sep, tables. Tariff. Tel. 2912 Bournemouth.

BOURNEMOUTH.— WHITE HERMITAGE, first-class en Pension, lovely ros’n, fac. pier, overlook. gardens. Excel, cuis. Sep, tables. Tariff. Tel. 2912 Bournemouth.

“The SEABOURNE” Pte, Hotel, pier approach, ideal position on sea front, facing Pier; liberal cuisine; moderate tariff. PARTNERSHIPS, INVESTMENTS, SHARES. COMMISSION AGENT, TURF. Wants WORKING PARTNER, Capital £IOO to £2OO, to take charge Office, ’Phone, Staff, etc.; business gro
August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CCARBORO’.-T, Blenheim Terr., fac sea board opt. ; lavatory basin each bedrm. —Mrs. Tomlinson. ZYLPHA PTE. HOTEL. L* South Cliff-

CCARBORO’.-T, Blenheim Terr., fac sea board opt. ; lavatory basin each bedrm. —Mrs. Tomlinson. ZYLPHA PTE. HOTEL. L* South Cliff-

Min. sea. Sep. tables. Aooom. 200 CCARBORO’.—Prince of Wales Bdg. House, Prjnce of Wales Ter, nr Sps, tennis, golf. Tel IOQI Visitors to Scarborough may obtain the “Sheffield Telegraph” from Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son, Station Bookstall; Messrs. C. H. Pickles, Ltd., la, Albion
August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Delightful country house or hunting BOX, right in the Hunt, Worcestershire, and wituin reacii of two other packs; house contains

Delightful country house or hunting BOX, right in the Hunt, Worcestershire, and wituin reacii of two other packs; house contains

lounge hall, two reception, and ten bed and dressing rooms, billiard room, tour loose boxes, garage tor two cars, small ornamental garden, kitchen garden, and two choice orchards, the whole contain.ng eight acres ; price for Sale £2.600. ol which can remain mortgage; rent per an
August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BUSINESSES, SALESHOPS, GOODWILL. Am GENUINE NEWSAGENTS, TOBACCONIST, Attercliffe; takings £18; vacant house; £2OO- Write T 90, Sheffield Telegraph. A Water

BUSINESSES, SALESHOPS, GOODWILL. Am GENUINE NEWSAGENTS, TOBACCONIST, Attercliffe; takings £18; vacant house; £2OO- Write T 90, Sheffield Telegraph. A Water

Business for Sale, established 25 years; price at valuation; also Herb Beer Plant, with about 10,000 stoneware iars.—Mossop, 148, Antrobus rd. Handaworth, Birmingham. Bakery, confectionery, generate-Bournemouth.—Through ill-health; trade £75 weekly; bread round of 163 customers;
August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CUP WINNERS,

CUP WINNERS,

Tideswell Sports Cup, S. Dakin; Saxton Cup, J, Swindell; Hatfield's Cup (horticulture), Tideswell Council School; Needham Cup (poultiy), T, Jackson, Peak Dale; Tradesmen’s Cup (turnout), J. W. AValker; Jumping Cup, Miss Kirkland; Dakin Cup, R. Jones; Swindell Cup, J. j. Fearns.
August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SUNDAY.

SUNDAY.

One of the most curious inventions of human kind is surely the Scottish “Sabbath,” on which one may not read other than holy literature nor even go for a walk of any length, on which one may in fact do nothing but go to church, eat, drink, talk, and sleep. The Continental Sunday
August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
PIT BOYS’ HOLIDAY. Health Society Statement Criticised.

PIT BOYS’ HOLIDAY. Health Society Statement Criticised.

August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
AID FOR ST. DUNSTAN’S.

AID FOR ST. DUNSTAN’S.

A successful garden party. arranged by Mrs. J. C. Boulby, on behalf of St. Dunstan’s, took place on Saturday at Abney House, Gleadless Road. Sheffield. The house and grounds were lent Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith. Councillor W. Bennett opened the function. Don Hopkinson’s band played s
August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
DIVISION 2

DIVISION 2

Grimesthorpe Wes. (for
August 15, 1927 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England