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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. POULTRY, BIRDS, ETC.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. POULTRY, BIRDS, ETC.

one en a day and no OVUM to 25 es a day with OVUM-30 birds - Sold by J. Parsons. Dearne Mills, Bolton-on- Dearne. near Rotherham. C 3226 Geese and Turkeys in owns about, Dark Comb, Liver Trouble, Worms, etc., Cured in 24 hours with JOHNSON'S REVIVING TONIC. Bottles 7id.. I/2d. /
January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
CONISBO9O' lIVIIIST-MALL.

CONISBO9O' lIVIIIST-MALL.

CONISBO9O' An Edlington bridegroom. Mr. Arthur ; Hurst, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hunt, ' North Square. who married a ConisbOW bride at St. Peter's Church. Old Edllngtos. on Boxing Day. had the misfortune to be injured in Yorkshire Main Colliery. aslingtoa. a few days before
January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
WATH GRAND

WATH GRAND

"Kid Millions." "Kid Millions." Eddie Cantor's fifth annual screen musical extravaganza, brings the pop-eyed comedian to the screen of Wath Grand next week as a boy Cinderella who becomes heir to a fortune in buried treasure in the land of the Pyramids. Ann Sothern, Ether Merman
January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
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January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
MENT AND PROPERTY COMMITTEE.

MENT AND PROPERTY COMMITTEE.

MORE HOUSES. The Council approved decisions of the fr , mmittee allowing the building by priite builders of 74 houses on land beeen Middle Lane and Gilberthorpe :..trect, formerly used for allotment gardens: and of 188 houses on land between Wickersley Road and Broom Lane.
January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
Y.M.C.A. NOTES

Y.M.C.A. NOTES

On Sunday Coun. H. Lake. J.P.. addressed the Fellowship service, which was attended by several members of the Cid. ton Methodist Bible Class. Lessons were read by Mr. Hardwicke. of Clifton, and Mr. Beardsell, of the Y.M.C.A. This was the : first joint meeting of the two groups,
January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
NEW YEAR TELEPHONES

NEW YEAR TELEPHONES

The Post Office made special arrangements for the New Year, so that it would be possible in the morning to ring up friends all over the country at the usual night rates. This arrangement held for New Year's Eve and the morning of Nc.- Year's Day. It was an innovation which deser
January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD JUNIOR

SHEFFIELD JUNIOR

FENCE'S HEAVY DEFEAT. At Eccles&ld on Saturday a one-sided game was witnessed when Fence were heavily beaten 11-2 by Ecelesfield White Rose. STUBBS scored for the visitors in the first half and JUNES just before the close of play. TABLE TENNIS !4HEFFIELD AND DISTRICT LEAGUE RLSL
January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
VICO; IN COMMAND.

VICO; IN COMMAND.

Thurnscoe Vies went "nap" at home New Year's Day at the expense of Cornsbozo' North Cliff. The Vice were the stronger side in the heavy going. LUNN. their centre-half. putting them ahead with • penalty. Shortly afterwards CARR equalised for North Cliff, and from this point the V
January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England
 
CYCLING ROTHERHAM WHEELERS.

CYCLING ROTHERHAM WHEELERS.

Several members of the Rotherham Whittle:a visited on Saturday. A pleasant evening was spent in playing games. On Sunday the run to Harpswell was through Bawtry and Gatnsborough. After lunch the party enjoyed a stroll in the fields. The ride was then resumed via Saundby and Whea
January 4, 1936 - Eckington, Woodhouse and Staveley Express - Eckington, Derbyshire, England