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£20 STOLEN BY A TRICK

£20 STOLEN BY A TRICK

YOUTH'S RUSE TO ROB BANK CUSTOMER Liverpool police are looking - for & smartly dressed youth, aged about 19, who stole £20 yesterday from Mrs. Jessie Atherton, of Wood-lane, Prescot. On leaving the Midland Bank, Castlestreet, Liverpool, after cashing cheque, a young man overtook
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The MOTOR SHOW.

The MOTOR SHOW.

motor show in the long series held at Olympia has been remarkable for some specific development in the designing- of motor cars, but this year's exhibition will create record in the variety of its points of interest. Sometimes the past the special feature of a show lias been coa
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NEED OF AN EFFICIENT FIRE EXTINQUISHER

NEED OF AN EFFICIENT FIRE EXTINQUISHER

IT is now the law that every lock-up garage,whether private or otherwise, must be provided with an efficient fire extinguisher in order to comply with the Petrol Storage Act. An easy way of complying with the regulations is to have a Nuswiftae Fire Fighter fitted to the car itse
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NIGHT ARREST OF TWO YOUTHS IN A DERBY CINEMA

NIGHT ARREST OF TWO YOUTHS IN A DERBY CINEMA

POLICE DRAW CORDON ROUND BUILDING CONSTABLE'S EARLY MORNING ALARM "A JOKE" PLEA IN ALLEGED STATEMENT \ CORDON of police surrounded Derby Hippodrome Cinema early to-day, and two arrests were made. The sequel was the appearance at Derby Borough Police Court to-day of two Derby mec
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SUNDAY PLAY NOT FAVOURED

SUNDAY PLAY NOT FAVOURED

ATTITUDE OF DERBY BOWLS CLUBS The that two leading bOwls clubs in Derby are not in favour of Sunday play was mentioned by Mr. R. J. Armstrong, president of the Rykneld Bowling Club, at the annual dinner of the Arboretum Bowling Club, held at the Assembly Rooms, Derby, last night
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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DERBY DRAPER TO RETIRE

DERBY DRAPER TO RETIRE

VICTORIA STREET SHOP TAKEN OVER BY CONFECTIONERS Messrs. Lavell & Co., of London and the provinces, multiple confectioners chocolate manufacturers, have taken over the lease of the premises of Mr. William Orme, draper, Victoriastreet, Derby, who is retiring for health reasons. M
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY'S HEALTH RECORD DEATH RATE LOWER THAN LAST YEAR There were 48 births in Derby during the week ended October

DERBY'S HEALTH RECORD DEATH RATE LOWER THAN LAST YEAR There were 48 births in Derby during the week ended October

11, of which 33 were boys and 15 were girls. This represents a birth rate of 17.7 per 1,000, as compared with 15.2 for the corresponding week last year. , Only deaths were recorded throughout the borough, nine were males and 18 females. This gives a recorded death rate of 10.0 p
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ACTOR KICKS A KING'S LEGS

ACTOR KICKS A KING'S LEGS

—THEN CHATS WITH MURDERER ! PLAYERS' YARNS " In London some years ago, a man dressed as a clergyman haunted ;he West End, making a practice of whispering in people's ears such remarks as " Are you saved? Hell is waiting for you," mixing startling questions with positive assertio
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY YOUNG LIBERALS

DERBY YOUNG LIBERALS

Derby League of Young Liberals opened their winter season's social programme with a dance in the lecture room at the Mechanics' Institute, Derby, last night. Mr. Arthur Hart, chairman of the league, was M.C., and about were present, including Mr. F. Bonas, treasurer of Derby Lib
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTY ROADS IN GOOD CONDITION

COUNTY ROADS IN GOOD CONDITION

DERWENT BRIDGE RESTRICTION Most Derbyshire roads are described as in good condition in the official report of the Automobile Association for the benefit of motorists. Details:— Derby city.—Speed restriction at Derwent Bridge 3 miles an hour. Special care. Derby-Ambergate.—Good;
16 October 1930 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England