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'Ago of a oho inherits Also o Inrnhsiono.' , 1111 MARLENE IMITRIIIII In " DISTRE RIDES AGAVE"
August 27, 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Donee& Service. ETLNEZD Capable WOGLAN. 50. yenta Poet ea Housekeeper; reds.—Write A 9 Courier. IVANTED, PARLOURILAID; Oook A House- V

Donee& Service. ETLNEZD Capable WOGLAN. 50. yenta Poet ea Housekeeper; reds.—Write A 9 Courier. IVANTED, PARLOURILAID; Oook A House- V

maid kept; two in family; good references —Mrs. Broadhead. Teeter Croft. Halifax. WANTED. GENERAL.- •Apply 34. Heeth-cresuent, Press School-lane.
August 27, 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
J. RAMSDEN & CO. - el. 3866 RUPTURE SPECIALISTS l! soi are ruptured, consult us. We sue had year or

J. RAMSDEN & CO. - el. 3866 RUPTURE SPECIALISTS l! soi are ruptured, consult us. We sue had year or

expertence l Stung Appliances Call and inspect • •.e cry .cest types. Comfortable and r tr.t. 17. CNION SIAM. HALIFAX. 11,117 cal. lag fame AL
August 27, 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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August 9, 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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August 9, 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
HALIFAX COMFORTS FUND Gifts in Kind

HALIFAX COMFORTS FUND Gifts in Kind

Socks.—Mrs. Rushworth. Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Scarf, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Stansfield. Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Speak, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Crowther. Mrs. Binwistle. Mrs. Helliwell. Mrs, Cook. Miss 1 Saxton. Mrs. Abbey. Mrs. Midgley, l Mrs. Law. Mrs. Greenwood. Mrs.! Gornall, Mrs. Broadhur
August 9, 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
MARRIAGE.

MARRIAGE.

HERRIERT—WARD.--On Aug Bth. 1940. at St Mary's R.O C..urch. Clibbet.street; by the Rev. Father McShane, William Herbert. of Booth Ton. Halifax. to Hilda. daughter of James Ward. 31. ifierrard.streei, Halifax.
August 9, 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
LIGHTS IN BLACK-OUT.

LIGHTS IN BLACK-OUT.

LIGHTS BLACK-OUT. The following penalties were imposed for breaches of the black-out refula, Nona: I Beatrice Hays. housewife, M. Lee Mount-road, Halifax, 10s. and 10.. costs. Violet Sly. housewife, 70, Wheatleyroad, Halifax. £l. Albert Harrison bricklayer, 12, Woodhall-creacent,
August 9, 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
NO ADVANCE RAID WARNING FOR SCHOOLS Not Appropriate or Practical, Says Ministry

NO ADVANCE RAID WARNING FOR SCHOOLS Not Appropriate or Practical, Says Ministry

A proposal that a Preliminary air raid warning should be sounded for the benefit of civilians and schoolchildren has been turned down by the Ministry of Home Security. In a letter to Mrs. Jennie Adamson. M.P. for Dartford Division. the Ministry state The whole subject is kept un
August 9, 1940 - Halifax Evening Courier - Halifax, Yorkshire, England