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iiEßaiiiiiinat & SONS. 175_ SHEEP.

iiEßaiiiiiinat & SONS. 175_ SHEEP.

U Fat Cross-Bred — iro - gg — s . ; 36 Banffshire Ewes, inlamb and lambed; 20 Oxford Ewes inlamb and lambed: 33 Border Leicester Ewes, inlamb to Suffolk Ram; 1 Hampshire Ram; 1 Wensleydale Ram. PlGS—Pedigree Black Sow; 6 Store. FOULTRY.-50 head Fowls; 2 Geese and Gander. AGRICUL
March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
IL WADDINGTON & SON

IL WADDINGTON & SON

.ADuiNuioN dnd • AucTIONEEds. ticrru GENERAL VALUFRc AGENTS OFFICE: 16. MAltlik.l STHF.k.I %; A IVOSIOUGIL TL 4. pru cal rug Tel cvc CU
March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
TREETON (By "TOP GEAR"). The rateable ‘alue of Treeton ;s £7,945.

TREETON (By "TOP GEAR"). The rateable ‘alue of Treeton ;s £7,945.

TREETON (By GEAR"). The rateable ‘alue of Treeton ;s £7,945. Tne annual meeting of the parish of Treeton held on Wednesday evening, lasted nearly two hours. There is nothing yet deflnite to report on a proposed scheme for providing electricity for houses at Treeton. , There were
March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
ORTTUARY.

ORTTUARY.

CHURCTIWARDEN'S It with rearet that we reenrd 'teeth of Att.. He.llert Lnre. of 9 Lane nrenoside wh'nh occurred Vwrsrlav we rap 47. Mr. I we -n olc i.qp fprnilv. Pv l•enin' "otnro nleasanf and nbliatng manner integrity of character. he was held in exnention•ii., ployed as a file
March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
BOTH USE THE

BOTH USE THE

Mrs. Overtime wears herself out using the soap alone Mazo energizes soapsuds. You just add Mazo in the washtub to your soap, flakes or powder. At once Mazo puts extra energy and cleansing power into the soapsuds for you. That means you don't have to work so hard Maio saves you a
March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 

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MODERN EQUIPMENT.

MODERN EQUIPMENT.

They were hoping to put the church in better condition with modern equipment, and make it fitter for the work they were doing, and make it more attractive to those who gathered round. . . They also hoped to it more attractive for those who passed by because they did not consider
March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
Ii VOIS

Ii VOIS

VOIS that Happ Cseept4ll. eastnl Wt./ &P.M." with Its rt,er of psstlts.• Sot. ha btysqt 7.11 — ;1e. S tbe alloriccaaa, at pew. taanaate al , rso or or be. be to prow. 70 , 1 writ ratter CM@ npportroWy of rotwo4 So ro Intk. Send for Brochure entitled "Secuse" for full details end
March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
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March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
STILL SLIDING But Upton Were Unlucky to Lose

STILL SLIDING But Upton Were Unlucky to Lose

(Halifax T. Res. 3. Upton Col. 2. Upton's slide continued at Halifax on Saturday, but they were unlucky to lose. Fielding a reorganised team, which included four juniors on trial. Upton gave a good display and they were on terms until near the end, when Murphy. their goalkeeper.
March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
Week-End Wire'ess Programmes NATIONAL

Week-End Wire'ess Programmes NATIONAL

SATORDAY.-111.111—Fenter. 11116—Time ; Weather Forecast. 111.4S—Sonte Doings of Week. A Pianoforte Recital. 11.40—R.8.1. ftrottiob Orchestra. 12.35—50ng and I.6—A Recital. IS—Time ; badminton. I.3ll—tiramoplione Remrda. 4.3s—The Alphas. I.o—Ambrose hi. Orchestra. Sllime ; ; Weat
March 11, 1939 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England