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HOUSES FOR SALE AND TO LET

HOUSES FOR SALE AND TO LET

WEELSBY-HOAD.—To Let, Modern Semi-LtJ/i/, detached House; excellent position; garage rear; low rental.—Apply 25, Welholmeroad. or telephone 3092. 947* X)ARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE.-Well-conditioned House, 6, Signhills-avenue.—Apply 31, Parkerstreet, Cleethorpes. 511 COSY Furnished Ho
December 4, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
 
LISTENING IN

LISTENING IN

'(‘Tve. I CAN’T VOU-THC ■to L.INE MUST rHE LINE IS- ALL RICjHT- CAN Xv*'' rr« f(( HEAR HIM • HfffJ ' jj rraii
December 4, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
 
HELPING SHIPPING

HELPING SHIPPING

They are sometimes called upon to assist ships in distress, as when, for example, two ” Sunderland flying boats rescued the entire crew of the British tramp ship ” Kensington Court,” which was sunk in the Atlantic by U-boat action. The Royal Australian Air Force is well acquaint
December 4, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOUSE-FLY MENACE

HOUSE-FLY MENACE

The common housefly is a dire enemy to mankind. Through its habit of feeding upon human excrement it may carry to the food and drink of healthy people the germs ol diseases in the enteric group. These are typhiJid, paratyphoid, disentery, cholera and diarrhoea. The fly pays visi
December 4, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
 
READERS AS WRITERS

READERS AS WRITERS

Whose Money ? Sir, —Concerning this scheme to make Council employees’ pay, would the people who advocate this like to make up the pay of the other men of Grimsby who are soldiers ? If they were spending their own money they would regard differently. would be nice for man on ordi
December 4, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
 
INSPECTOR’S EVIDENCE

INSPECTOR’S EVIDENCE

John William Bellamy, building inspector for the Corporation, said he had asked defendant on several occasions “what he was playing at’ about the water. Defendant in evidence, said be never gave Mr. or Mrs. Holmes the keys to the house. When they put the furniture in, he caught
December 4, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

HAINES.—On December 4. 1939. 3, Reynoldsstreet, Cleethorpes, George Haines, aged 28 years, funeral Wednesday, Cleethorpes Cemeterv. Z p.ra., leaving 233, Brereton-avenue, 1.45 p.m. 574
December 4, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

icember 11, County Maternity s, to Eileen (nee Stockil), wife »w, Lagos, Nigeria, a son. 845 AGEMENTS .—The engagement is Frank, youngest son of the . B. Fisher, of Horncastle, and laughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. C 29 \RRI AGES T.—At St. Aidan’s, December 2, Idest son of Mr. and
December 12, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS SALES

MISCELLANEOUS SALES

9_ K M.M. FILMS of Charlie Chaplin, used, unnamed, 30ft. reels 1/6. —Alfred Horn, 5, Clarke-avofiue, Grimsby. 828 TDOY and Girl Guide Xmas Cards.—Craske and Smith’s, 191, Cleethorpe-road. 251—6 a CHEAP.— Part-worn Clothing; Smart Suits from 12/6; Jackets, Vests, 5/11 and 6/6; Tr
December 12, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
 
FURNITURE

FURNITURE

/ WEEKLY secures £25 worth of Furniture. Horner, 32-54. St. Peter's-avenue. Cleethorpes 844 a ALLEN’S, Town Hall-square, Buy Furniture, Pianos, Complete Homes. Best prices. Exchanges. 842 a
December 12, 1939 - Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England