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FLI NTSH I RE AMATEUR LEAGUE

FLI NTSH I RE AMATEUR LEAGUE

The !Int SiSat be Ilawsoleo oho debated Stook, by 3-0. •The Ilassantert host r, bench: thnt aleaatohr to 51.. t). VI% Is another oho are now doing well although their elonet watt ortors Or. WU at home In Flint Melanin. Tbr resree to too gam- , adorto lot trrr (IS lb. t .ll Wales
2 December 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MID-WEEK SECTION

MID-WEEK SECTION

There were ihreo or foot eon ti.nt ;lona. le Wed heyday'. and not the tae &neat of the Ira•lets. %tans., Innuentere of the 'no Irsdn, tea.. 4 • PM"x olaore. add en both galore it *ln the hrlllmat reel. ot J. m peel the oe. • eh... 1 esoer of the setehrtul In N. Mrho enabled toot
2 December 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WIDNES TAKE A K.O. (By "DOUBLE B"l The debacle at Salford needs some explaining away. because there is not a

WIDNES TAKE A K.O. (By "DOUBLE B"l The debacle at Salford needs some explaining away. because there is not a

club playing Rugby League football to-day who can beat Widnes by 41 points, providing they lay themselves out to stop them. There is no mistaking the fact that Salford is a " bogey " team, and Widnes have not won there fur many years. Very few looked for a win—many expected a cl
2 December 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
I ZINGARI REVIEW

I ZINGARI REVIEW

NOVEMBER A MONTH OF GREAT CHANGES During the month of November great changes have taken place in the prospects of several clubs in the First and Second Divisions, the most out standing being that of Orrell, who, with Collegiate Old Boys, are alone in Division I. in having taken
2 December 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A MILK SCHEME PROTEST

A MILK SCHEME PROTEST

Slerioneth milk producers ire iliseati. fied with the milk scheme, and at Dolgelley, to-day, the two counts , repreeentatives on the North Wales Regional Committee were instructed to ask that the county he exempted entirely from the provisione of the echeme, knowing its full pur
2 December 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
•NOW IN MONMOUTH

•NOW IN MONMOUTH

Heavy rain in Newport and Monmouthshire last night was followed by • heavy fall of snow in the early hours to-day. A couple of inches of snow covered the ground in Newport. and in the bill towns four incites was common. Near Brecon there is six niches of snow and motorists are a
2 December 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STANDING BY

STANDING BY

The next news came from the Belfast steamer Deebank, of the Bank Line. Ltd.. which is homeward bound from New Zealand, and which reported at 5.52: " Standing by Gloria." Later, at 6.40. the Deebank reported: " Ten out of 26 crew Dow aboard; 2 and 3 bolds and engine -room of Glor
2 December 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GOLD PRICE

GOLD PRICE

About 138 bar* of cold, of the approldmate va:tie of £345.000. were dispmed of in the London bullion market, to-day. at 124 s 11 1 ,id. a decrease of 2i4d per fine ounce on yesterday's price. The buyer's name was undisclosed.
2 December 1933 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SIR STUART SAMUELS POSITION.

SIR STUART SAMUELS POSITION.

PENALTIES OF £45.000. Sir Stuart Samuel, seen last night a Daily Chronicle" representative, said :—" My position is that lam liable to a penalty £500 for every vote I have given in the House of Commons since we entered into contract with [ the Government. I told that the courts
12 April 1913 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England