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TO-MORROW'S RACING

TO-MORROW'S RACING

CHELTENHAM I.O—BISHOP'S CLEEYE H'CAP 'CHASE of 380 sovs. Two miles. SOLO II Ooldsmith 7 12 FORTUNE FOUNDED O'Donoghue 11 NORBORHE Champneys II 10 LUNDY STAR 7 9 RESURGENT G R Owen 8 STARWINGS* ~W Stephenson 11 6 CARBON COPY J T Jackson II 1| PETROGRAD North 0 AUSTERITY* J F Norr
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Three Million Italians Strike After Shootings

Three Million Italians Strike After Shootings

THREE MILLION workers in Italy's biggest industrial cities stopped work to-day in a nation-wide series of protest strikes against the shooting yesterday of six metalworkers in Modena. The six died from police fire while trying to force their way into four steel foundries during
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LATE NEWS

LATE NEWS

Telephone Derby 2400 rmfe\i'oßKs case (See P-xge 1) Magistrates granted defence applications that, if accused comfciitted for trial, they should be tried at next Quarter Sessions. TO-DAY'S RACING 3.30 (Leicester) result: ALDfeOROUGEt I, SOUTHDOWN 2, JOUR V. 3. 3.30 S.P.: 2—5, 4—
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
RACING

RACING

Leicester 1.0. BOASTFUL (Pat Dovle) 1, Rapidity (G Kelly) 2, C.D. (G Slack) 3. Also ran: Fair Enough (J Dowdeswell), Lucullus (T Cusack), H E. Booker (T Molony), Steel Jack (M Molony), Desert Rat (Maj R Hastings), Dinton Lass Mullins). Group Leafier (G Vergette), Tingdene (F O'C
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DOCK STRIKE

DOCK STRIKE

1224,800 Cost The Australian waterfront workers' strike is estimated to have cost shipowners £224,800 according to a shipowners' spokesman in Melbourne". The total results from extra wharf dues, wages, and loss of ships' earnings. More than 5,000 men have returned to work, but t
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Brown was dissatisfied at being played out of the wing-half position. Brown, who cost Charlton £9,000 when they signed him from Millwall in October, 1948, is the most expensive player on the club's books. Aussies Win AUSTRALIA beat Eastern Province by an Innings and 39 runs at P
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Fire Chief Bans "Flaming Sundae"

Fire Chief Bans "Flaming Sundae"

soda-fountain "special" known as "flaming nut sundae" has been banned at Pittsfield, Massachusetts, by the town's Are chief. The recipe for the sundae: Ice-cream, hot fudge, marshmallow. sugar, and nuts, snrinkled with a lemon extract containing per cent, alcohol which was set a
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
i— 1 Identity Card must shown by anyone inserting an announcement Birth Marruuje o> Enyagement Rale 2d minimum charge+3. Death

i— 1 Identity Card must shown by anyone inserting an announcement Birth Marruuje o> Enyagement Rale 2d minimum charge+3. Death

should be olac.d the undertaker. BIRTHS I THANKS
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FOSTER. —To Doris (n6e Chambers) and Geoff, the gift a son. Paul Geoffrey, brother for Sybil, Jan. 8, 1150.—1142, London-.

FOSTER. —To Doris (n6e Chambers) and Geoff, the gift a son. Paul Geoffrey, brother for Sybil, Jan. 8, 1150.—1142, London-.

road, Alvaston. P HOLMES.—On Jan. 7, 1950, at 53. i Loudoun-street, to Margaret (n6e Wall), wife ot Walter Holmes, daughter, Elaine Margaret, sister, for Briar. P, LANK.—On Jan. 7, 1950. at Queen i Marv Maternity Home, to Phyllis (nee Teague) and Ray, sister for Geoffrey. — Osma
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
tm WAS ■■He started the'Halifax' andlJ®. member ever sJ t * J balance in my c just what needed paid

tm WAS ■■He started the'Halifax' andlJ®. member ever sJ t * J balance in my c just what needed paid

the deposit house. The ' H ,l' young those who ownership, to sa_ in the ' Halifax • HALIFAX o Largest in the World ci4B' 0 n0 0 * ASSETS fc 1 „00. When Cousin Fred was ojjh /, Aontie would 8° Btra '' r ,>/ for "MB" mote 0 k T.bi.»". -*«•*!••</ a-* to r.«« "•* at '° k "trick" ' 8
January 10, 1950 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England