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Wi4EN THE-m COMES IN DRULICERI :CI!. CUT'

Wi4EN THE-m COMES IN DRULICERI :CI!. CUT'

February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Cam psie Wilson

Cam psie Wilson

THE only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson, of Poultonstreet. Fleetwood, Miss Margaret A. Wilson. married to Mr. lan C. Commie. at St. Peter's Pariah Church. on Saturday. The bridegroom, who is the est son of Mr. and Mrs. Ul l Campsie. of Agnew-road. Fleetwood, is an engineer d
February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Reservoir at Preesall

Reservoir at Preesall

THE Fylde Water Board are negotiating for a site on Freesall Hill of 70S square yards on which it is intended to construct a reservoir with o capacity of 100,140 gallons, and a pumping station. The proposed scheme is the outcome of complaints of rest. dents living on the higher
February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Fleetwood Estate

Fleetwood Estate

Directors of . Ltd.. recommend a dividend for the past year of 10 per cent., the same as in the previous year.
February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
New member I Birthday book

New member I Birthday book

February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
char mad allel

char mad allel

February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Pure luck

Pure luck

MAN who would never have survived dockland's ribbing this week if he hadn't a sense of humour was Bill Corrigan. of Cop-lane. Fleetwood. who loads fish at the railway sidings. Bill won for judging in the best order ladies' nightdresses in a Sunday newspaper competition. " I had
February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Expensive delays

Expensive delays

B AD weather indescribable to those who have never been to the Icelandic and White Sea grounds brought long-distance trawlers to port late this week. upsetting schedules for regular supplies. Some vessels lose £2OO for every day late. The expensive Red Hackle lost £250 a day.
February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Mr. John Wilding Old footballer dies

Mr. John Wilding Old footballer dies

A PTER a long illness, Mr. John Wilding, of Warren-street. Fleetwood. died in Hassell Hospital, last Wednesday. Before he retired. Mr. Wilding was a shipwright, and worked for R. Newton and Sons, - Ltd. and James Robertson and Sons iFleetwoodi Ltd He was.the son of Mr. and Mrs.
February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Royal Oak

Royal Oak

Woes Arun - 301 T K Harrison 301 1' Horst 301 D Christian , T Kaye 214 301 N flimsy 301 X Leach 301 .1 Owners, 301 T Bradshaw .... J Hargreaves 247 1 Points Points 0
February 9, 1951 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England