Marconigrams – May 29th 1931

May 1931

Mexborough & Swinton Times, May 29, 1931


Work on the Denaby Memorial Park was begun yesterday.

Lord Irwin is to receive the freedom of Doncaster on July 23.

2,506,937 registered unemployed; the lowest figure since December 22.

Captain Barnard’s air circus will be at Doncaster racecourse next ‘Monday.

The Goldthorpe Operatic Society are to perform “The Gondoliers” in February.

A Piccadilly man was buried this week, by his own request, in his best suit of clothes.

Dr. A. R. Doyle, of Goldthorpe, has accepted an appointment under the Minister of Health at Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Nearly’ 700 men of the No. 5 District, St. John Ambulance Brigade, lime been in camp at Scarborough this week.

Dr. A. E. Nash has been appointed Professor of Medicine to the University of Sheffield, in succession to Dr. Arthur Hall.

A final meeting in connection with the recent Montagu Hospital “Rag” will be held in the hospital board room next Monday evening at 8-30.