May

29

2010

REDCAR – Golden Sands – Good Old Days – At the Sale of Beach Sites

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Accreditation Cleveland Standard 27/01/1933 REDCAR’S GOLDEN SANDS IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS At The Sale of Beach Sites (Contribution)    I have attended auction sales in various parts of the world, but it was not until Tuesday, at the auction of the Redcar beach sites, that I had the experience—-it...

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May

28

2010

Accreditation Cleveland Standard (28/09/1933) Redcar Literary Institute Sir Maurice Ball Unveils Portrait of His Sister “REDCAR WAS HER HOME AS FAR AS SHE HAD A HOME”    It gives as me great pleasure to think that in this room there is a memorial to her. She came to Redcar in 1870 when...

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May

27

2010

BUILDING – Skelton Castle, Debrus Family

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Buildings, Castles & Monuments

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Accreditation Cleveland Standard 23/12/1933.    ILLUSTRIOUS CLEVELAND FAMILIES De Brus Link with Noble Queen By JOSEPH F. HURST, NORTH ORMESBY Skelton Castle with its long driveway “Fuimus”    The future celebrity of the district was destined to be found in quite another direction...

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May

27

2010

BUILDING – Skelton Castle, Wharton Family

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Castles & Monuments

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Accreditation Cleveland Standard 29/01/1933. SQUIRE W. H. A. WHARTON OF SKELTON CASTLE By HUGH W. COOK Redcar    Colonel W. H. A. Wharton whose beautiful Cleveland seat is Skelton Castle may be very aptly defined as a “true type” of the English country gentleman, a good sportsman and a...

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May

26

2010

LIFEBOAT – General Notes

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Lifeboat

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Accreditation The Standard The Independent Newsagent Saturday, JULY 1st 1933 The Life-Boat Service    The report of the Royal National Life-boat Institution for 1932 has been issued. The number of lives recovered from shipwrecks was 395. This was more than  in 1931, and the largest number for the...

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May

26

2010

LOCATION – Redcar Racecourse. Racing Tipster – Art Of

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Locations

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Accreditation Cleveland Standard 24/08/1935 ART OF RACING TIPSTER Some Reflection at Redcar (“Special to the “Standard.”)    The selling of horse racing tips is acknowledge to be a strange method of earning a living but – is tipping a profession? After visiting Redcar Racecourse...

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May

25

2010

REDCAR – Man Who Handles Famous Love Token Lives to Tell Tale

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Redcar

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Accreditation Cleveland Standard 27/05/1933 Redcar Sailor Who Handled Famous Love Token AND LIVED TO TELL THE TALE    A man who actually handled the Love Token a jewel stolen from the eye of a Chinese Idol, and reported to bring death to all who touched it is alive in Redcar today. He is Mr. C. H....

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May

25

2010

Accreditation Cleveland Standard 20th April, 1933 One Hundred Thousand Miles Walking to Work Redcar Man’s Feat    Mr. John Howes, of Redcar reckons that he has walked well over a hundred thousand miles to and from work. When I interviewed him this week in the Territorial Club, he told me for...

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May

23

2010

REDCAR – Post Office times for Christmas 1933 & Post Office Christmas Rush 1935

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Accreditation Cleveland Standard 15/12/1933 Post Early for Christmas REDCAR CHRISTMAS POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS 1933    It will be of interest to the public to note that the following are the local postal arrangements for the forthcoming Christmas season. On December 21 to 23 inclusive there will be three...

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May

22

2010

PEOPLE – MORRIS, William. Councillor Man of many Parts

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People & Characters

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Accreditation Cleveland Standard 11/02/1933 Councillor WILLIAM MORRIS “A Man of Many Parts” and a Redcar Benefactor By HUGH W. COOK, Redcar    Councillor William Morris of Coatham Redcar, is in deed a “man of many parts,” but in spite of leading a busy life he always finds time...

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