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Company are now of which Ct per cent. are invested in the United Kingdom. The income during 1930 was admil& mum= maItANCE. The net new sums assured were (31.742.722. The reversionary bonuses declared on participating polides in farce at 31st December. 1938 are at 12.11.11 per ce
March 18, 1939 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
TRAGEDY OF ILL HEALTH SAD DISCOVERY AT OLD TOWN

TRAGEDY OF ILL HEALTH SAD DISCOVERY AT OLD TOWN

Mr. William Wallace Holloway, aged 56, a former employee of the Gas Company, who retired on pension three years ago on account of ill. health, was found dead under tragic circumstances on Thursday night. wife saw him'aliv; about 420 when she went out leaving him indoors at their
December 4, 1937 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
GOUDNURST CORONATION ROOK.

GOUDNURST CORONATION ROOK.

Goudhurst's Coronation Book is now on sale. During two years' preparation of the Coronation Book the author has made personal contact ,ith residents and old inhabitants of Cloudburst and its daughter parish, Kilndown, and, resulting from over 150 interviews, he has recorded In a
December 4, 1937 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
SINGULAR ACCIDENT.

SINGULAR ACCIDENT.

On Monday Mr. Frederick Borkett, of Tideswell.med, who is secretary of the Eastbourne Model Yacht Club, was admitted to the Princess Alice Hospital suffering from a bad leak wound sustained in a fall through the glass roof of an outhouse at the back of Busans-road. Mr. Borkett i
December 4, 1937 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
WILLINODON LADIES' lIIIILP

WILLINODON LADIES' lIIIILP

CLUB. The Monthly maul el above dub took plass ea Rees% : a IL IL Me L. Bobbies* la U IT __ __ - 11. — i - ObTisie VI TS Nies Wkadord IS le 111 L. Itablessli assn.
December 4, 1937 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
A Professional WertAy.

A Professional WertAy.

A WertAy. The late Major J. C. loran was one of the first men I had occasion to meet after coining to Eastbourne. He was at that time hon. secretary to the Natural History Society, in whose affairs and scientific pursuits he took a very lively interesta. Later he became an office
December 4, 1937 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
SYMPHONY CONCERT.

SYMPHONY CONCERT.

At yesterday afternoon's concert in the Winter Garde. the special soloist was Pouguet, the talented violinist, who gave an admirable performasee el dir. langer's concerto in D Minor. The Orchestra, conducted by Mr. Sneak Kelley. played the overture "Land of the Mountain and the
December 4, 1937 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
AIMCLES FOR SALE

AIMCLES FOR SALE

FOR SALE CHEAP. for quick sale. variour pieces of Furniturr.-33. Sarkville-laue, DII East Grinatead. EF. ASTER, Station-street, Lewes. . ° reliable Boots and Shoes. "K." HoMUNI, Leicester and Northampton make* DII - 1 4 1xeRLIANT Hand-r ade Portable ' 4 Dog's House and nun, corru
December 4, 1937 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
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December 4, 1937 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
STATE ASSISTANCE ?

STATE ASSISTANCE ?

The speaker said tie question had often been asked "Why doss not the State take over the whole thing in these days of charity and State assistance?" Forty years ago a Parliamentary Commission had been instructed to go into the matter, but their findings did not hold good today.
December 4, 1937 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England