Page 12, 20th December 1935

20th December 1935
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Tyneside To Be

Shown Off — To Writers In Search Of Copy Some Publicity Is Ruinous Tynesiders have become a little apprehensive of visiting authors and journalists. The area has figured......

Birmingham

TWENTY MILLION MARK REACHED Municipal Bank's Big Money For the first time in its history the Birmingham Municipal Bank has over £20,000,000 standing to the credit of its......

Presentation To Mgr. Canon Lean

Mgr. Canon Hugh V. Lean, until recently the vicar general of the Clifton diocese, and for so many years the rector of the church of the Sacred Heart attached to the convent of......

Possible Textile Revolution

Frenchman's Wonder Machine Fabrics closely resembling ordinary woven cloth and others having the appearance of perfect knitted materials are reported to have been produced on a......

Bath

FREE BUS FARES FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN Problem of Distant Housing Estates A concert and entertainment were given at St. John's school, Bath, last week, in aid of the fund to provide......

Yorkshire

" MERRY CHRISTMAS "SAYS THE COMPANY Same to You—Say the Men The strike at Thorne colliery (Yorks) has ended on a particularly happy note. Over 1,000 miners have received an......

Progress At Frome: Permanent Church

Mr. Edward Tyler, J.P., opened a sale of work at Frome (Somerset). on Thursday, in connection with St. Catherine's church. The Rev. .1. H. Darby welcomed Mr. Tyler, who said......

A Custom Is Changed

The Bishop will give pontifical Benediction on Sunday, December 29, this year at St. Barnabas's cathedral, Nottingham. In previous years it has been the custom for this special......

South Wales Notes

Lord Tredegar on Monday last entertained the children of Maesglas, Newport (Mon.). in the riding-school at Maesglas, prior to going for his Christmas holidays on the Tuesday.......

"grand Hotel"

Luxury For 30s. A Week Plans have been approved for a £250,000 residential hotel for young business people by the Manchester Corporation Town Planning committee. The project has......

Dorset

DEATH OF ARMY VETERAN The interment took place at Parkstone cemetery last week following a service at St. Mary's, of Mr. William John Inman, of Parkstone, whose death occurred......

Spindles Bill Introduced

£2,000,000 For Buying Surplus Plant No startling revelations are evidenced in the text of the government's Spindles Bill which has just been issued following the reintroduction......

Coroner And The

Catechism . School Manager Replies From a Correspondent At an inquest at Leamington last week on a pupil of the school at Warwick who was killed in a road accident, the coroner......

Those Dirty Slums

The secretary (Mr. C. Sykes) of the Dewsbury Property-Owners' Association considers that the methods being adopted to provide better housing conditions " are all wrong."......

The Glory Of Greek

Parent Of Words Phi!omathic Society Hears About it " For some years now Greek and Latin, but especially Greek, have been at a discount in our modern universities, but I am happy......

Leeds's Link With Medieval Oxford 700-year-old Tithes Now...

Many Leeds house-owners who have recently purchased their houses on suburban estates are being brought, for the first time, into touch with the tithe system. Demand notes have......

C.e.g.

MEMBERS AND "KILLING OFF" As has been reported in the press. the first public meeting of the Voluntary Euthanasia Legislation Society was held in London on December 10, thus......