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NAVY AND Rail and 'Bus Fares Paid as usual. LINOtEUMS. BROWN Best Quality CHUBBY JAMES COCK UMBRELLAS. Printed Lino. 2

NAVY AND Rail and 'Bus Fares Paid as usual. LINOtEUMS. BROWN Best Quality CHUBBY JAMES COCK UMBRELLAS. Printed Lino. 2

yds. uide. 4/8 per yd. 3'll. CASH DRAPER, BURSLEM Full Width.
November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
To-day Municipal Elections are taking place throughout the country. Generally speaking, Labour candidates arc making a bid for increased representation

To-day Municipal Elections are taking place throughout the country. Generally speaking, Labour candidates arc making a bid for increased representation

on the respective Councils, and, in some instances, are hoping to gain a preponderance of voting power. While Municipal Elections are not an exact index of what may happen in a General Election, because the issues in the one arc largely local and in the other national, they do s
November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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Owing to the order of ble doctor, J. O. Kright will not be able to play fur the outhern Coimtiew against the Northern Corm , ties at Stamford Bridge on Saturda). and his place at cent', hal(-back will be tilled either W..C. Cacear (Currey) ur with a. Pier tbsez).
November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BURSLEM BOY'S ACCIDENT.

BURSLEM BOY'S ACCIDENT.

An eight-yearaold boy, Arthur Machin, of IS, Leonard-street, Haarlem, was knocked down by a bicycle, ridden by George Mountford. aged 14, of 110, Deans-row, Smallthorne, about 5 45 on Wednesday evening. It is stated that Machin ran from the pavement into the track of the bicycle
November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WREXHAM'S DIFFICULT TASK

WREXHAM'S DIFFICULT TASK

Lincoln Unchanged for Saturday's Wrexham are' confronted with a ditiict.e.t task when they oppose Lincoln City on the latter's ground on Saturday. Lincoln are only ono point behind the leaders, although they have played one match more, and defeat for Wrexham will mean that they
November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
UGLY STRIKE SCENES AT MELBOURNE.

UGLY STRIKE SCENES AT MELBOURNE.

Volunteers Thrown on Railway (Through Reuter's Agency.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. The most serious clashes since the commencement of the waterside workers' strike occurred hero to-day. About 40 trade unionists at Flinders street ' Station attacked volunteers boarding a train for Pert
November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HINDENBERG'S MESSAGE.

HINDENBERG'S MESSAGE.

(Through Reuter's Agency.) FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Thursday. Amid a roar of cheers firm the thousands of spectators, the Zeppelin has been safely landed. The landing took place at 7 10 (Central European time) exactly 72 nours, 15 minutes after the departure from Lakehurst .New Jersevi.
November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Dr. Eckener Interviewed.

Dr. Eckener Interviewed.

Before driving off to his home for a rest, Dr. Eckener gave a short interview, in which he said that during the last part of tho flight they had to pass through a dense fog, which made navigation difficult. " We were constantly forced to ask by wireless for our position, and obt
November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
What You Would Like To Have Been. By DONALD CAMPBELL.

What You Would Like To Have Been. By DONALD CAMPBELL.

WHAT would you like to bare been ? is iiounda like a ebildeen'.l game, but bow many grown-ups indulge in it I basil boys used to pant for a pirate's life to be a cowboy or a red-skin ; an explorer o_ • real admiral. Nowadays, they aro perhaps more practical or morn speed-loving,
November 1, 1928 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England