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SHAsK. ' HOCKING'S Great Stopv - cH t TEMPTERS POWER BEGINS

SHAsK. ' HOCKING'S Great Stopv - cH t TEMPTERS POWER BEGINS

March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England
 
• SUNDAY COMPANION

• SUNDAY COMPANION

March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE LABOUR MARKET.

THE LABOUR MARKET.

The memorandum prepared by the Labor Department of the Board of Trade shows that the general state of employment in February was slightly better than in January. but continues rather worse than a year ago. In the 225 Trade Unions, with an aggregate membership of 549,843 making r
March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NEW DEPARTURE

NEW DEPARTURE

COASTER HUB. Royal Enfields and Triumphs £lO 10s.
March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT LEAGUE

MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT LEAGUE

Okegby United were down to %Vamp Vale at home on Saturday afternoon, but the visitors tailed to put rattan appearance. Skegby were, thendone, unfortunate from a financial point of view, A s Sutton Town were away from home. xorrssi R LEAGUE. Starere on !ur afternoon. St. Cathar:n
March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CHIPS OF VEWS.

CHIPS OF VEWS.

Charged with stealing two £lOO banknotes from • with whom he lodged. Samuel Swann= has been remanded at South Shields. Mr. H. H. Asquith, 111.1 r., will be the Vat K U.. National Liberal Club at the next !louse dinner an May lat. Hart Carrington, ths president, wiU preside. Mn.
March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SHIRE HALL, NOTTINGHAM

SHIRE HALL, NOTTINGHAM

Saturday : Before Mr. J. R. Starker. Mr. R. It. Ragnall•Wild. Mr. E. W. Enfield. Mr. T. S. Rirkin. Mr. T. Potter, and Mr. W. Robinson. MEMORIAL FROM THE SWEEPS. Ann Hurst. of Hocknall Tortoni. summoned for wilfully setting her chimney on tire. Mr. Parker Woodward said he had rec
March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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LONDON (8t Paz) If Ti... —j MUM-- ....... - Levum 6 4 Radford Burford 6 12 Bulwell 6 17 6

25 Linby 2 29 Newetead 634 Anueeley 8 37 Kirkby. 6 42 Button Junction 646 &Attn. Jusetioodep. fluttondshtleld Rrr BUttOllABhfie l d de p 8 r 8 Sutton Junctiondep. 8 48 8 VA A 14RFIELDsrr. 52 8
March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MANSFIELD PETTY SESSIONS.

MANSFIELD PETTY SESSIONS.

YESTERDAY. Before the Mayor (Councillor J. Crampton). Mr. R. M E. W. Dodsley, Mr. T. Taylor, and Mr. F. Tudsbury. DRUNK IN CHARGE. William Dixon, of Shindwook, wits charged with being drunk whilst in charge of a horse and trap in Leenting-street. Mate:field, on the 4th inst., an
March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SOUTH NORMANTON.

SOUTH NORMANTON.

Mis%lollary preached in t lie Alonnt Tabor Church on Sunday, hy Councillor S. Johnson, cf Alfreton. int•eting held on Titemday evening in stimxtrt of the sante cause being addressed hy Rev. .1. W. Nield, circuit niinister, and Mr. G. Hunt, of Swanwiek. The collections were not q
March 20, 1903 - Hucknall Morning Star and Advertiser - Hucknall, Nottinghamshire, England