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TAN KERSLEY PARK CAPTAIN'S PRIZE

TAN KERSLEY PARK CAPTAIN'S PRIZE

FIRST CLASS. Ist 2nd Rd Rd. G H N Gilbert Green ... '7B 86 164 2.8 136 W Foster ... ... 86 87 173 28 136 C H Newby ... ... 86 87 173 22 151 W N Polker 87 83 170 16 154 SECOND CLASS. J Cliffe ...... 86 82 168 32 136 H Johnson, sen... 88 91 179 32 147 G W Robinson... 97 91 188 40
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
WORTLEY SPRING MEETING. M ELM L.

WORTLEY SPRING MEETING. M ELM L.

G /I DI C C Harland ... ... 76 7 69 0 0 PePper ... 76 7 69 A E Greenwood ... 92 20 72 J M Russell ... 81 7 74 A J Venables 83 9 73 A Bowler ... 96 22 74 W Murphy ... ... 98 24 74 A Anderson ... ... 88 12 76 J W Merryweat " her 90 14 76 BOGEY. Rslt. H. Rslt. C 0 Harland 7 2 dn. W
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
FUN AT PENISTONE

FUN AT PENISTONE

The Eatanswill Touch.
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
CANDIDATES' SHOUTING MATCH. ALL PARTIES IN HIGH SPIRITS.

CANDIDATES' SHOUTING MATCH. ALL PARTIES IN HIGH SPIRITS.

Within the memory of the oldest inhabitant such scenes as were witnessed in Peni- Ohne on Wednesday had not been known. It was the final kick, and all three parties Put into it all the energy in their power, and it was not until the stroke of midnight that the excitement subside
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. HIRST DELIGHTED.

MR. HIRST DELIGHTED.

Mr. Hirst, interviewed yesterday afternoun, would, not attempt a forecast, but 'was obviously pleased with the way things were going. He said, "Words fail me to express the admiration and gratitude I feel for all these ardent workers and loyal supporters. The men are splendid, b
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
BEDSTEADS

BEDSTEADS

Mahogany, Oak, and Jacobean FROM £2 53.
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
BOLTON.

BOLTON.

ANNIVERSARY.—The Free Christian Church is celebrating its anniversary this week-end, and is dioldi - ng special services in the Council Schoal. CHURCH RESTORA,TION.—The Bolton I Parochial Church Council have decided promote a "mile of pennies" scheme - in aid of the fund for the
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
MEXBOROUGH LEAGUE

MEXBOROUGH LEAGUE

Brampton flog.ged the Hoyland bowling unmercifully at Brampton on Saturday and made the season's biggest score in the competition. Hoyland were overwhelmed, by 187 runs! King took 7 of their wickets for 14 runs. Wilkinson, with 5 for 30, was Hoyland's only notable bowler. Scores
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
SLOW WORK W

SLOW WORK W

A DRAW IN CONCLUDING GAME. The cricket on Tuesday was not of the enterprising type Elsecar spectators have been enjoying this season. Rawmarsh, the "chanipion drawists" of the district, forced yet another draw. They batted for three hours and left Elsecar with nothing to do but
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

A THORNCLIFFE BENEFIT. a atterded meeting of the ThorncLiffe Cricket Club, Mr. S. H. Schofield preit wee decided to grant the local '° ,lo ol sports Association the use of the for their ninth annual sports, on the usual terms, on. July 7th. Particulars were fcrthcoming of the vi
June 1, 1929 - Penistone, Stocksbridge and Hoyland Express - Penistone, Yorkshire, England