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BORROWASH BURGLARY

BORROWASH BURGLARY

Thieves who broke into the small general store kept by Mrs. Cole, of Shacklecross, Borrowash, last night, escaped with a quantity of cigarettes. It is thought that the intruders were disturbed, as a sum of money ,vas overlooked.
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ROAD INFORMATION FOR MOTORISTS

ROAD INFORMATION FOR MOTORISTS

WHERE CARE IS NECESSARY Points where motorists are advised to exercise care view of road widening operations and repairs are indication in the weekly report of the Automobile Association. Details: Derby-Ashbourne.—Good. Derby-Ambergate.—Good; widening lm. between Derby and DnfTi
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY AS A TRADE CENTRE

DERBY AS A TRADE CENTRE

COMMERCE CHAMBER INQUIRIES ACHIEVEMENTS PTIHAT the past year had been one of fruition wherein things they hacl been working for for years had materialised, and that the improvement was largely due to the work of chambers of commerce was the view expressed by Mr. G. H. Sturgess,
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY CONCERT

DERBY CONCERT

There was a large . udience for a successful concert organised by the Women's Bright Hour attached Kedleston-street Primitive Methodist Church, Derby, last night, in the church schoolroom. Mrs. L. Mather, secretary, had charge of the organisation, and members of the Hour took pa
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MELBOURNE LAND SALE

MELBOURNE LAND SALE

Market garden land at Melbourne, with frontage of 420 feet to the main Derbyroad, and a detached dwelling house at the bend of North-street and Alma-street, Melbourne, were sold auction following the death of Mr. Arthur Cartledge. The lots were bought for ,£625 and respectively
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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A DERBEIAN'S DIARY

A DERBEIAN'S DIARY

The New Baths in Queen Street —Provision of a Public Hall —Sale of the Curzon Art Treasures Derby Man's Important Appointment—Mr. Thomas's Amusing, Stories and Mr. J. J. Mainprize, the Baths Superintendent, who had come to meet deputation from Birmingham. This deputation was hea
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DUFFIELD PARISH LIGHTING DECISION

DUFFIELD PARISH LIGHTING DECISION

gas C ° l!< 0 OSAL &:( plea ~ tosh's last 1 parish nieetreiected the N Should eonr that the part sas V.;', "shtins'on/ 31 "J should be ' ast nigh!'' 6 ,, and , ' s recom °PPosition to which V ou thai ' Was lar e Present two 7 Scheme would Sp'X' the two village lamp 5 - REE AND.
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
RODEO RIDER KILLED

RODEO RIDER KILLED

V 5 steer Malcolm 1, R euter m fr rkable circum - Si. t The rom • Hamilton, 0 m him and i! ch he was O as fe ck »«. broken. mal ' 5 horn
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HOUSING ESTATE PLAN

HOUSING ESTATE PLAN

RIPLEY PURCHASE PROPOSED Decisions made by Ripley Urban Council last night will lead to the development of the eastern side of Ripley. The council agreed to seek the sanction of the Ministry of Health to the erection 40 houses on three and a quarter acres of the Porter House est
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England