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JUVENILE EMPLOYMENT.

JUVENILE EMPLOYMENT.

The number of chiliken employed for wages out of school hours during the year was 400—boys 356, girls 44. They were gaged as errand newsboys, milk liverers, and in various other occupations. both before and after school hours, on Saturdays, and in some instances on Sunday . morn
March 30, 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Private Theo. 111irteas.

Private Theo. 111irteas.

Private Theo. - - - Private Thomas Kirkman, a well-known employee of the Blackpool Cooperative P3Oeitty, in whose eervice be had been since a boy, was killed in France a fortnight ago. He joined the K.O.R.L last July, and bad only been in France seven weeks. His home was at Na. R
March 30, 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
THRILLS IN FRANCE. FEATS OF THE BRITISH AIRMEN BLAChroilL S4)ilEi INTERESTING --.i-ii-ic 7i i Iv k

THRILLS IN FRANCE. FEATS OF THE BRITISH AIRMEN BLAChroilL S4)ilEi INTERESTING --.i-ii-ic 7i i Iv k

THRILLS IN FRANCE. FEATS OF THE BRITISH AIRMEN BLAChroilL INTERESTING -- .i - ii - ic 7i i Iv k Another interesting letter describing ex. perienosa at the front Ins been received by , a Biackgl colleague frAn Pie. C. T. Taylor. of the 'al North Lancashire Regiments who in civilia
March 30, 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
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March 30, 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
TYLDE RAILWAY VETERAN

TYLDE RAILWAY VETERAN

DEATH oF FLEETWOOD BOAT TRAIN DRIVER. A weldknown end highly Fleet. wood reseident died on Friday, at his lICOON 54, Boldetteet, in the person of Mr. William Moister. About two weeks ago, deceased contracted a chill, which de. i-cloped with fatal remits. The deceased gentleman w
March 30, 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
EASTER IIONDAT AND WERE, HART PICKFORD is "THE PRIDE OF THE CLAN." IN HER NEW ART CRAFT PRODUCTION.

EASTER IIONDAT AND WERE, HART PICKFORD is "THE PRIDE OF THE CLAN." IN HER NEW ART CRAFT PRODUCTION.

March 30, 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
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March 30, 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
DIED and SrITING•ROODI furniabed or sal/ forniobod. or Cornbinod 'Room. - 8 Road, 8.8. A PARTMENTS. business jOia bidk..4 roost.

DIED and SrITING•ROODI furniabed or sal/ forniobod. or Cornbinod 'Room. - 8 Road, 8.8. A PARTMENTS. business jOia bidk..4 roost.

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March 30, 1917 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
THORNTON NOTES AM) NEWS

THORNTON NOTES AM) NEWS

June 12, 1936 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
HAD AN ACCIDENT

HAD AN ACCIDENT

"Fm afraid I've got rather a disappointment for you. Bill." said his mother. " Pat had a nasty fall and twisted her ankle badly yesterday, and now she's lying up." "Oh. gee, that's pretty rotten. How long will she be out of action?" asked the boy By the serious expression on his
June 12, 1936 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England