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and family. Kirkgate. Leit:.. tender their ►incere Mutts to :•apertnten lent I Immingham and ±taff. M. ...mei . . and brokers of the Moorto.d. Mr R..ger Wood of the Seamen's Vinton. also Mr T. N. Johnson for their kindness shown to them in their sad and n bereavement. 1834 .1. a
August 27, 1934 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
ALLEGATION OF BIGAMY

ALLEGATION OF BIGAMY

"Ife kit in the street as if I was a dog," said Elisabeth Dalby (4s), a house a siting maid at the Bell Public House, Pemoncille )load, King's Cross, when she was before Mr Bertrand Watson, at Clerk. enwell yesterday on a charge of bigamy. She was committed for trial at the Cent
March 29, 1934 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
BYTERIAN CHURCH OF ENGLAND, •RIDGE STREET. MR A Y : ',ASTOR SAMUEL P. LUKE Morning and Eronin,t. 'ASTIR MONDAY WHIST

BYTERIAN CHURCH OF ENGLAND, •RIDGE STREET. MR A Y : ',ASTOR SAMUEL P. LUKE Morning and Eronin,t. 'ASTIR MONDAY WHIST

DRIVE AND SOCIAL Commencing 1.15. Tickets I.'• each. 11023
March 29, 1934 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
PER WEER REPtER

PER WEER REPtER

£4lO/10/0 !lAU. NORTH SH I ELDS PERXANEN•I BUILDING SOCIETY 75 'IOWAN!) STREIT. WORT. SHIELDS. ALEXANDER T. LANDER' Secretary
March 29, 1934 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 

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Ishington 82. ni.rni NEWS. ASH INGTON POST. THURSDAY.

Ishington 82. ni.rni NEWS. ASH INGTON POST. THURSDAY.

Ishington 82. NEWS. ASH INGTON POST. THURSDAY. LIFE-BOAT STATION NECES .iITY Mayor's Appeal to the Public ANNUAL MEE t ING OF BLY fH B.:ANCH In the absence of the Mayor (Councillor Kirtland), had a prior engagement, Councilor G. R. Armstrong, deputy-Mayor, presided a the annual m
March 29, 1934 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
THE WATERING CAN AND HOE.

THE WATERING CAN AND HOE.

I should like to pay a tribute to the great number of my townsfolk who have takers up their abode in the now houses with gardens attached, for the general owed. of their efforts to make them worthy of the name of gardens. This is especially praiseworthy of WWI who have to surrou
August 27, 1934 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
SETTLED IN A HOME OF THEIR OWN . . . . as so many rethers are su could the °de

SETTLED IN A HOME OF THEIR OWN . . . . as so many rethers are su could the °de

b. . advances ye e WO. thee your weekly ,r,erm.z,".,fle. iv: . ....b,. to boy Instead of tn rent and those who drequtre Wll further - secu rity should ink tor 4.15115 of an fn. \ teresttne, Inexpensive Insurance Pe A •ns e wh'eh cancels all other payments aut• reteleally In the
August 27, 1934 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
CONDITIONS ON SHIPS

CONDITIONS ON SHIPS

British Crews Treated Worst The opinion that foreign chi frowners were providing better accommodation for their crew than British owners was expressed at a meeting of the Birth Port Sanitfary Authority when a discussion took place on the cleanlirese of ships visiting the port. C
August 27, 1934 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
CASH ADVANCED WITHOUT SECURITY R. SELIG. STANLEY STREET, SLYTH. TEIZYBONE 64

CASH ADVANCED WITHOUT SECURITY R. SELIG. STANLEY STREET, SLYTH. TEIZYBONE 64

August 27, 1934 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England