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Lord Ridley to Open Blyth Illuminations

Lord Ridley to Open Blyth Illuminations

LORD AND LADY RIDLEY have consented to declare open Blyth CsmniVal illuminations on Saturday. Not only will they touch the switch that will sultusv n.ciiey Park( in the glow of a myriad of colourful, glittering lights, but they will set the ball rolling for the fortnight of fun
29 August 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
Musical Instruments

Musical Instruments

LIGHT Guinea* Walnut Cabanet grant,- phone. 30 0. At.. Italian maneollne U. News Onto, tor address. SALB.—llaht Owns. Waln u t Cabinet. _srantephone records. 3Wo Anti Italian Mandoline 10 0. Write Box 319 Blyth News 2770 I%or Hire 4 NOR HIRE Modem Saloon Cars. with or ~..tho, i
29 August 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
ASHINGTON

ASHINGTON

cricket enthusiasts saw Eve at tne wicket when The Rest accounted iur Vickers Armstrong. County League leaders, by a six-wicket victory. Mary Gardner, Ashington's lone exponent, was top scorer for Vickers. knocking up 17 out of a total of 38, but, thanks to some grand hitting by
29 August 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
Linos, Carpets, Washers and all Furnishing Hardware I - ) I II • • I MN ATTRACTIVE DINING SETS See

Linos, Carpets, Washers and all Furnishing Hardware I - ) I II • • I MN ATTRACTIVE DINING SETS See

our Oak and Walnut range in this class of furniture. Suites (from) Heavily carved solid Oak reproduction 6- Piece Suite by Period Specialists SEE WINDOWS SLEET - LUXURIOUSLY ON SOMNUS Somnus Mattresses, full size (from) Pillows We are local Agents also for STAPLES, VI- SPRING, B
29 August 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
Lovely-But No Place to Go

Lovely-But No Place to Go

SEATON SLUICE COMPLAINT SLUICE. with all its natural beauty features, has. owing to poor summer weather and a "deplorable lack of artificial amenities." suffered a "drastic" holiday season according to caterers and shopkeepers interviewed by a Blyth News representative. Caterers
29 August 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
YOUTH NOTES BY JUVENIS

YOUTH NOTES BY JUVENIS

both in the cubs' and scouts' section. The senior patrol which was begun long ago. and is being run by Mr W. F. FAington. G.S.M., is a decided asset to the group and has taken a prominent part in scouting activities since the patrol's inception. BOYS' CLUB WANTS THEY say that en
29 August 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
Up Scout

Up Scout

' • 4 . Now Delaval Welfare Bowls Club who but Cramllngton Bowling Club In the that of the R. J. Blyth Cup at Ridley Park Blyth, were: T. W arwick, R. Parkin, W. alitasisen, G. Brown, G. Taylor, K. Stephenson, R. klitchleon, J .Ray, A. Crate, A. BrotMrton, W. York and S. Tome. (
29 August 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
Spartans Have That Winning Way BLYTH NEWS ASHINGTON POST, MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1938. ' V t t < i f

Spartans Have That Winning Way BLYTH NEWS ASHINGTON POST, MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1938. ' V t t < i f

I • CramWigton Station Bowling Club, who were defeated in the final of the R. J. Blyth Cup at Blyth Ridley Park by New Dslaval Welfare Club. included: J. Cassidy, J. Knight, J. R. Fishwich. F. 01:ver, R. C. Crawford, E. Ord, W. Simpson, L. Fletcher, W. Brawls, N. Reay, J. R. Rut
29 August 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
GREYHOI TND RACING

GREYHOI TND RACING

Ashington Stadium Programme Hirst Ranger, favoured with eight yards start, shou:d win over 405 yard. at Ashington Stadium ►o•night Shortening its Urn, for the distance in recent outings this dog continued tzie improvement whom it was placed second the other day. SELECTIONS s 7.3
29 August 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England
 
GUILTY PLEA

GUILTY PLEA

The defendant James Kinnaird 1341, of 2141 Hawthorn Road. Ashington, was fined L 5 ss. had to pay CI Is costs, and kis licence was endorsed. K - nnaird pleaded guilty through Mr T D. Shaw illiorpethi. Sergt Anderson said that at about 10.15 p.m on April 4 he was cycling along Ha
19 April 1938 - Blyth News - Blyth, Northumberland, England