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Ciain. Wornham raised tli, yursli not the proposed erection ut l'onneil houses w the village. The rent arrears iu 1110 i trod . . amounting I aleiit £29.000. pie‘ented their lia‘ing Conned houses at North lilntsall. When applieation *as made the Alinistry told the Rural Conned t
March 31, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
1 , l4 THE TIMES, FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1933 1 THE THRUSH AT HOME Children's Corner . <A .A. "

1 , l4 THE TIMES, FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1933 1 THE THRUSH AT HOME Children's Corner . <A .A. "

AND THE BALL KEPT ON LYING! " a* lb. • a - 1 1 can A AT MALTBY 3IEMBERS SPECIAL PRIZE. . The Special Prize of One Shilling has been a awarded to KITTY KAY, Hoyland, fora a a I description of a ramble. Kitty's Ramble. rambl e ride, which a* •a, a a toot started h r to w ll i o t
June 9, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
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June 9, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
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June 9, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
"SPRING FAYItr

"SPRING FAYItr

CUDWORTH CHURCH EFFORT In meadow-green and daffodil-yellow with rainbow festoons everywhere. the Cudworth Wesley Hall took on a festive aspect for the first "Fayre" of the season, arranged by the John Smith Memorial Church for the purpose of liquidating the cost of the electric
March 31, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 

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A GREAT CONDUCTOR'S "FAREWELL"

A GREAT CONDUCTOR'S "FAREWELL"

1 4 I .. Sheffield Telegraph Block. %1R S. Clara Lawson, a foundation member of the Sheffield Musical Union. handing to Sir Henry Coward the Union's farewell gift to him, at the final performance under his baton in the City Hall last Thursday, when remarkable tributes were paid
March 31, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
16 PAGES THAT'S HOT-THAT WAS!

16 PAGES THAT'S HOT-THAT WAS!

T YPICAL local scenes during the century's most wonderful Whitsun, when the chief holiday activity, perhaps, was the search for ways of keeping cool —or as near it as possible. " BLAND " CORNER GRIM:THORPE MAN KILLED GAINSHORO' "PURE ACCIDENT" That a shed on the corner at Harpsw
June 9, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
(Continued from Preceding Column).

(Continued from Preceding Column).

ham Employment Exchange: The only point Is that we have not tested any other days. Mr Colton Fox said it. was absolutely impossible to believe that Sykes was ignorant in what he did. The Bench considered it one of the worst cases they had had to deal with, and in the majority of
March 31, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
FURNITURE

FURNITURE

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!r gi ' The EXCHANGE COMPANY Ltd. 96-100, EFFINGHAM ST., ROTHERHAM IX, /small Lane, SHEFFIELD. N. Westusb. MANSIFIELD. 62, West Bar, SHEFFIELD. Market Pisa, PONTEFRACT. GLOBE TEA CO Again Offer their Customers the very Best Groceries, etc. at ridiculous Low P
March 31, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
MANY ANOMALIES.

MANY ANOMALIES.

Mr. F. Bailey showed by annual reports of the secretary of tho local Property Owners' Association that the Rating and Valuation Acts of 1925 and 1928 had created trouble. not given equality, and that the poorest people had been the hardest hit. The t 8 houses in West Melton befo
June 9, 1933 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England