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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
 
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BUSINESS MAN'S RASH Act' .

BUSINESS MAN'S RASH Act' .

A city merchant worried about his financial affairs which had become involved attempted suicide on the railway and got into the hands of the police. The magistrate before whom he appeared did not want to send him to prison and communicated with the Salvation Army. When Brigadier
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 

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WAILIFIRLD Advertiser & Gazette Doncaster and The Leger.

WAILIFIRLD Advertiser & Gazette Doncaster and The Leger.

Wants, Lots, by Assetlon, eta LARK CLOCKS, 3111 Beat Quality guavas .11. teed; Working Watches file ; English Levers 601.; Ladies Silver Wrist Watches 1016. Lank up yonnold Gold and Silver scrap—Record Prices Given. Watch glasses from 44. Keys fid. and etc., Fitted while you wai
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
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think '' and threw himself over the Blackfriars Bridge, but was picked up just in time by a lighterman. Poor Chap, his was a comparatively simple case to adjust. Investigation showed that he dealt in evening papers. in a small wholesale way purchasing supplies and riding a bicyc
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
The Garden Club

The Garden Club

The Wembley Garden Club is a fine vantage point from which to view, in ease, tht wonders of Wembley. Cool, green gardens, shady trees, fountains playing. The Midnight Follies Orchestra in the sp icious restaurant. Dancing. Quiet in the gardens. A Wembleyan Paradise. Membership i
September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
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September 1, 1925 - Wakefield Advertiser & Gazette - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England