shop at 109 Upper North Street. 1950 We wish our Customers A HAPPY NEW YEAR and, at the same time, take the opportunity of informing them that we are now installed in commodious new premises . . MODEL FURNISHING 131-141 UPPER NORTH ST.
cold wave from the Continent. Their outlook f>ir to-day was:— Mainlv cloudy with loi':ii s ight rain or drizzle, and local patches; temperatures much t.i,. same, abou; the io degree mark. Kmiher. tlian Dial they were not T.ie|iared to forecast. cold wave from Russia and Germany,
Events first week Ute New Year comes as a welcome hiatus between festivities behind and the toil ahead. Some aftermath of the holidays lingers, and Uicrc are arrears parlies to made some of our public, associations. These for the part will be made good within the next day or two.
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INVITE * TENDERS for the supply of 67 Overbed Metal Tables. Forms of Tender and full information' can be obtained on application to the Secretary of the Hospitals Management Committee. Special consideration will be given to firms on the King’s National Roll. Tenders, in sealed e