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Poor Outlook for Clyde Shipbuilders

Poor Outlook for Clyde Shipbuilders

Clyde shipbuilders seem destined to encounter their worst winter for several vears. The slump in mercantile shipbuilding continues, and there is no indication of an improvement. The new work announced will only give employment to a small fraction of the men who are rapidly finis
30 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Tried to Save His Plane

Tried to Save His Plane

Pilot Complimented at Inquest After he had given an account of the accident, Flight-Lieut. D. W. H. Gardner was complimented by the jury, at a Chelms ford inquest to-day, on the coolness he displayed when the bomber he was piloting crashed at Ingatestone, Essex, during the air e
30 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MAN KILLS HIS SIX CHILDREN

MAN KILLS HIS SIX CHILDREN

Sets Himself Alight A man named Hugh Scharssberger, of Stuttgart, maddened at being forsaken his wife, killed his six children, aged froiii four to eleven years, with a hammer, poured petrol over his furniture, and set fire to his house, according to a Berlin menage. then set hi
30 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PRINCE PULLED OVERBOARD WHILE FISHING

PRINCE PULLED OVERBOARD WHILE FISHING

prince'pulled OVERBOARD WHILE FISHING « Prince Axel of Denmark was pulled oyer hoard by 50 lbs. tunny which booked while 011" fishing expedition in the Sound The Princo. however, regained his boat and caupht the fish. Later returned by rar to his castle in Copenhagen. Prince Axel
30 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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30 August 1938 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
241 day, cast. Days to come, 123. Sun rose. 5.6: sets, 7.6. Moon rises. 12.27; sets. 9.46. First quarter. Sept.

241 day, cast. Days to come, 123. Sun rose. 5.6: sets, 7.6. Moon rises. 12.27; sets. 9.46. First quarter. Sept.

1; lull moon. Sept. 9.
30 August 1938 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
FALSE REPRESENTATION

FALSE REPRESENTATION

Arthur Nanson (23), of Front Street, East Boldon, was fined 20s the County Magistrates at Jarrow to-day for having made a false representation to obtain unemployment benefit. Mr Donald Harvey, who prosecuted for the Ministry of Labour, said Nanson worked on May 16 and was laid o
30 August 1938 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
MIDDLESBROUGH

MIDDLESBROUGH

To-day ......... 7.24 ... 7.54 ...- 7.14 ... 7.44 . (Depth 30ft. 41n.) 8.10 ... 8.40 ... 8. 0 . (Depth 29ft. 61n.) High water at Blyth 15 minutes before high water Sunderland Seaham three minutes later and Stockton 20 minutes later. 7.36 ... 8. 6 ... 7.40 ... 8.12 To-morrow 8.30
30 August 1938 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
MILK—NO CHANGE

MILK—NO CHANGE

Following negotiations between the Milk Marketing Board, representing producers, and the Central Mill: Distributive Committee, representing retail dairymen, prices have been fixed, and the new agreement provides that there shall be no increase in consumer prices over the year, b
30 August 1938 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
LIVED AS RECLUSE

LIVED AS RECLUSE

“Little Old Lady” Who Used Candles and Oil Stove The story of a 77-year-old woman, known to her neighbours as Little Old Lady,” was told to the 9t. Pancras Coroner CMr Bentley Purchase) to-day. She was Miss Lizzie Parry, of St. Thomas’s Road, Finsbury Park, who was found dead we
30 August 1938 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England