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LEMONS CONTROLLED The Ministry of Food states . that price of lemons will be controlled by means of a maximum price Order.
October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
SACRISTON WEDDING

SACRISTON WEDDING

The wedding of Mr. Vincent Dimambro, Jar., R.A.S.C., son of Mr. and Mrs. V. Dimambro of Sacriston and Miss Jessie Rentoil, daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. P. Rentoil of Langley Park, took place in St. Bede's R.C. Chinch, Sacriston. Miss Joan Dimambro, sister of the bridegroom,
October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
NO SIR

NO SIR

Everybody kilows how Theodore Hook used take the wind out of p o mpous people's hails by going up to them and haying, " l'ra), sir, are you homebody of importance? " 'lbis was once tried on Beerbolin Tree, but it did not come off. Standing outside the Garrick Club one day, and p
October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
LAROBNY OF FIRST-AID BQUIPSIONT

LAROBNY OF FIRST-AID BQUIPSIONT

Two 13 years old Bidley boys were charged with stealing a first aid box and other sundry articles to the value of i/ii from an air-raid shelter the y of Mr. A. Adamson , Dunkirk , property of Binley. - It was stated that both boys were put on Probation one month ago for stealing
October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
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October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 

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October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
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October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
A DAY WITHOUT LIBERTY

A DAY WITHOUT LIBERTY

In case there is anyone who is still lukewarm about "Our Liberties" or thinks that they are not worth fighting for, let him try to imagine a day without them. He wakes a little anxious, and sees the daylight with relief, for in the dead of any night the political police may inva
October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
MILLION A DAY

MILLION A DAY

It is announced by the National Savings Committee that subscriptions to the per cent. National War Bonds during the week ending October Bth amounted to £7,808,480, making a total since June 25th of £236,845,815. • S • •
October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England
 
CINL WINS SCHOLARSHIP

CINL WINS SCHOLARSHIP

Margaret I. Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,James Parker, of 83, North View, Colliery Row, Fence Houses, has won a State scholarship of XlOO a year for three years and has gained admis. sion to King's College, Newcastle, where she is taking a science COW' *. • * • • She has be
October 11, 1940 - Chester-le-Street Chronicle and District Advertiser - Chester-le-Street, Durham, England