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COAL HARRISON. A 41.4110 H. a SONS. 51A. Oho* .1" %maw

COAL HARRISON. A 41.4110 H. a SONS. 51A. Oho* .1" %maw

December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
Q11morroll: A- a. Street West, Glossop.

Q11morroll: A- a. Street West, Glossop.

December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
, PROMBNADB, SIM. BLACKPOOL

, PROMBNADB, SIM. BLACKPOOL

December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL lEUEF Of ALLIES COVETTEE.

AGRICULTURAL lEUEF Of ALLIES COVETTEE.

(To the Editor of the Chronicle) 16, Bedford equate, London, W.C. the autumn re appealed for seed wheat, which a generous response. We now appeal for Spring to assist the mined farmers in the areas devastated by the war. The average sown with oat; in the devastated district, of
December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
XMAS TIDE.

XMAS TIDE.

Ind ORtwardly Xmu vas celebrated much as usual. The two bands discoursed and there were Xmas singers out. Services were held at the three churches. the Slur officiating at the Parish Church, Rev. A. T. Beestoa at St. James', and Captain Moffitt at St. Lake's. Father 'McKenna con
December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
MILS.

MILS.

The meson was very quietly celebrated In Hayfield. Al lb. Parish Chard' the anal wee beld on morning, but there not so many %sea parties Work manned at all places on Moodily morning. at Clough Mill. where a was Doi mar% Tuesday morning. So • Xmas has not been known for long time.
December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
CIIILMUIWS IV/MING.

CIIILMUIWS IV/MING.

in with the Boolay on aS the Comma Beitool, number of lase sad attended. Mrs. of Wood Hoses, to presided. bet she wee usable to he potent, end Yr. 3. Bowden look do plops. The opened the proosedings with the Christmas Hymn. An illostrated lectern 1107, ' Alice is wee Riven. Kw I
December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
the i/LIDAY, Dacrana 318 T. MS. A HOILY CHRISTMAS.

the i/LIDAY, Dacrana 318 T. MS. A HOILY CHRISTMAS.

the i/LIDAY, 318 T. MS. A HOILY CHRISTMAS. Christmas of IVIS is numleeret with the celebrations of the past, and for the great majority of people it has been a very quiet and homely Yuletide. The shadow of the great war has prevented the thorough enjoyment of the festival, for ma
December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
Yuletide at the Partiagtou Home Auxiliary Hospital. ROll OUR WOUNDED HEROES ENJOYED THEMSELVES MUNITIONS COITETW IV( RIC.

Yuletide at the Partiagtou Home Auxiliary Hospital. ROll OUR WOUNDED HEROES ENJOYED THEMSELVES MUNITIONS COITETW IV( RIC.

Yuletide at the Partiagtou Home Auxiliary Hospital. ROll OUR WOUNDED HEROES ENJOYED THEMSELVES MUNITIONS COITETW IV( Between July SO and Novemter 27 gener.il and local tribunals set up under the Munition, Mt dealt with 3,914 cases, 3,014 being applivi- Hone by workpeeple for cert
December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
The War in the Near East.

The War in the Near East.

The threatened Turkish invasion of Egypt resolved itself into an attack on the Suez Canal. On Feb. 3rd a Turkish force of 12,000 men tried to cross the Canal at Toussoun and El The Turks lost heavily, and soon retired from Sinai. After the purely naval attack on the Dardanelles
December 31, 1915 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England