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The Wakefield Advertiser and Gazette Sporting Notes

The Wakefield Advertiser and Gazette Sporting Notes

The Wakefield Advertiser Gazette Sporting Notes The hand-clapping that accompanied Lex into the enclosure at York last Thursday after this colt had won the Gimcrack was promoted considerably by the fact that Beary had ridden his first winner since his reinstatement. lie rode an e
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
VIOLINIST FOUND IN CANAL

VIOLINIST FOUND IN CANAL

The lo3dy of Arthur Benson (621 a violinist. of Blenheim Roal, B trnsley, wast recovered fro - n the Can4l yesterday. He lost hk only son in war and wife died about two years ago, since when he had been depressed. fie wa, a well known member of the orchestra at a local theatre.
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
PRODIGAL'S RE ['URN.

PRODIGAL'S RE ['URN.

A certain young man for whom the fatted calf had been killed, not once, but many times had gone so deep down as to touch bottom and had determine,l to make his exit, but somehow or other he came in contact with the Anti. Suicide Bureau. Brigadier Chapman obtained the man's confi
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
Music

Music

You shall have music wherever you go at Wembley this year. you'll love, music you can appreciate. Cheery, popular music. Sixty of the finest Civil and Military Bands have been engaged. Five of these, including at least one of the Guards' Bands, will play daily in different part
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
GRAHAM'S STORES

GRAHAM'S STORES

1 Street. FINEST HOME-GROWN POTATOES (From our own Farm) 11 LBS. BLACKBERRY AND APPLE RASPBERRY & APPLE 21b Jars hid each. NEW MARMALADE I TiCALL STAMM Mr. LODGE BONE SETTER. JOINT I & FOOT SPECIALIST years experience in the treatment of Fractures, Dislocations, Sprains, Contrac
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 

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London fended!

London fended!

A stirring torch and searchlight spectacle. Marching and countermarching by the Massed Bands of the Royal Marines, Royal Air Force, Nletropolitan Police and the London Scottish Pipers. Thrilling displays of horsemanship by the Metropolitan Mounted Police, who wili also give a Mu
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE SECRET SERVICE OF A GREAT ORGANISATION. SALVATION ARMY OFFICER'S EXPERIENCE'S IN THE ANTI. SUICIDE BUREAU.

THE SECRET SERVICE OF A GREAT ORGANISATION. SALVATION ARMY OFFICER'S EXPERIENCE'S IN THE ANTI. SUICIDE BUREAU.

Brigadier Chapman who has been associated with the Anti-Suicide Bureau of the Salvation Army since its inception has just relinquished the position of director of that department for another appointment at the Army's headquarters. The Brigadier has served 35 years as Salvation A
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
SIGNALMAN'S BRAVERY.

SIGNALMAN'S BRAVERY.

By quick action and personal brave -y Mr. G. 1. Auger, a L.N.E.R. signalman at Lincoln, saved a fouryear.old boy from drowning in the Brayfard river. The signalman observed the boy playirg at the edge of the wharf from his signal box, but a few minutes after he noticed the child
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE NEW

THE NEW

The New Wembley Fine new comfortable roads. More restaurants. More and popular music. Gorgeous new lighting at night in grounds. Magnificent Stadium shows. Scores of new thrills in the Amusement Park. New and vitally interesting displays in the Dominion Pavilions. A riot of colo
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
Treasure Island

Treasure Island

The greatest thing that has ev q- been done to amuse kiddies. (17.:, aren't allowed in unless you can persuit' ie your child to take you I) There's a molel railway which runs through the Rocky Mountains. There's a great lake with a broad sandy beach. There's Noah's Ark with pers
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England