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Radio Items and Gossii May Blyth and Horace Stevens in Wagner Concert To-night SIR KINGSLEY WOOD SURVEYS THE WORK OF

Radio Items and Gossii May Blyth and Horace Stevens in Wagner Concert To-night SIR KINGSLEY WOOD SURVEYS THE WORK OF

THE POST OFFICE NORTH REGIONAL. BY OUR WIRELESS CORRESPOSDEST was in November, 192 C, that the ]S.Ti.C. broadcast one of those great poetic plays with which the name Cecil Lewis producer will associated the minds of the older generation of listeners. 1 refer “Hassan,” one James
January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

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January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE DAILY INDEPENDENT, MONDAY. 2 JANUARY. 1933 FINANCE & TRADE Sheepbridge Company’s Shares As a Speculation BANKS AND 1932 AN

THE DAILY INDEPENDENT, MONDAY. 2 JANUARY. 1933 FINANCE & TRADE Sheepbridge Company’s Shares As a Speculation BANKS AND 1932 AN

EVENTFUL YEAR Changed “Picture” To-day Compared With 1931 UNEMPLOYMENT THE NATION’S PLAGUE By JARDINE WHYTE. .l/.P. Jor K. Derbyshire If usual at the end each year’s business for prudent llrm to take stock to review its position, and to consider 4t s programme for the forthcomin
January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
r" mi his pi TIo Mr. LI circles puhlica minded deep f« Simil as om ieel him load difticul Even

r" mi his pi TIo Mr. LI circles puhlica minded deep f« Simil as om ieel him load difticul Even

1 •Daily 1 ' iiaving f One tl is a stro ar the Cabinet that is inrignitii liccd of the wall There trade But any (Oine e accepted “normal end woi \acancic PLE to conqu forward iinieiidm changes lint the It was t.eorge, to • redii' less in tl proportit national entitled rnent." fo
January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
“ We have had several cases of babyfarming in Sheffield brought to our notice.

“ We have had several cases of babyfarming in Sheffield brought to our notice.

We have had several cases of babyfarming Sheffield brought to our notice. • There lias been polic but the children have been taken away and pul into the Corporation homes, whore they are properly cared for. “There have also been cases parents willing to leave their children very
January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
INJURED

INJURED

“NO COMMENT” IN REPORT MULL LAND DEALS INQUIRY COMPLETE The iSpcciiil Inquiry (Viimnittoo Hull ('nrporaticm, whoso. invosti>;a-(ions into its land transai tions It'd to a I'lililii' inquiry by tho Ministry Health last year, has eonclnded its sitlinjfs. report wliirli being prese
January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TO VISIT SHEFFIELD

TO VISIT SHEFFIELD

Slip is, liowpvpr, looking forward •mintr to .SlieftlPld Jii’r Imsbaiid's constituents she returns from her honeymoon, the lirst part whi. h being spent in Malvern, and later at liurnliain, on the east roast. were ushered to their seats hy Mr. ton Haker and Mr. H. Hutlu ford. Th
January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
KNIGHTS

KNIGHTS

Walter Calpin Aioook, organist of Sails bury Cathedral since 1916. For services music. Percy Alden. chairman of the British Social Service; honorai tary of Settlements Association; chairman of the Save the Children Fund. Derwent Hall Caine, Member of Parlia ment for the Everton
January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
FORMER RECTOR

FORMER RECTOR

ping up in this book. The author serves up feast of life. Love romances, some happy and some broken, stark trageuy. glimpses of "Heart Break Beclory,” of the beauty the English country and the shattering mrobs war. And with it all very human characters striding through the pages
January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
IN RUSSIA WITH DENIKIN'S ARMIES. By John Ern«»t Hodgson

IN RUSSIA WITH DENIKIN'S ARMIES. By John Ern«»t Hodgson

(Lincoln Williams, 7,6). Despite the fact that 1922 Arnold Bennett persuaded the author to wait years before publishing his manuscript, one cannot conceive any particular reason why the general reading public should choose this particular moment to interest Itself in tins subjec
January 2, 1933 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England