Short-term jobs in psychology

Short-term jobs in psychology
While many people look for stable jobs that could offer them wonderful conditions for at least one or two years, there are people who are interested in short-term jobs. It can be noticed even when it comes to psychology. What do you need to know before applying for all those short-term jobs in psychology that ...

The Finger Points To A Feature Of New-Look Nelson

The Finger Points To A Feature Of New-Look Nelson
Much of what constitutes Nelson Centre has existed in its present form for more than 100 years. It has served well enough, but the evolution of modern traffic and the improvement of standards generally has created new needs. Nelson needs re-organising, say the planners, and they have been formulating ideas to that end. These are ...

New Coal Problem For Dealers

New Coal Problem For Dealers
An ironic situation has developed for coal dealers in Burnley. Part of their allocation must be taken in Yorkshire open-cast coal, and  – a staff reporter was told yesterday – because that coal is coming by road the Burnley merchants have been banned from using the railway “dumps’ on which they depend for bagging and ...

INNER WHEEL’S NEW PRESIDENT

INNER WHEEL’S NEW PRESIDENT
Thursday was President’s Day for the Inner Wheel Club of Burnley. The room looked its best with its flowers and Coronation decorations. A large number of members came to see Mrs. J.M. Bailey installed as president for the coming year. Mrs. E.M. Brierley, the retiring president, presenting the chain of office to her successor, wished ...

ACCUSED OF THEFT FROM A TOWN HALL

ACCUSED OF THEFT FROM A TOWN HALL
Fancis Eric Tierney, of no fixed address, was at Colne on Wednesday, remanded in custody until March 18th, charged with having been in possession of house-breaking implements without legal excuse and also with the theft of postage stamps, pens, and a packet of lighter flints, to the value of £5 13s 11d, from Colne Town ...

CHILD’S DEATH

CHILD’S DEATH
A verdict of “Accidental death” was returned at the Bristol inquest, yesterday, on three-year-old Marcia yesterday, on three-year-old Marcia Ann Morgan, of Hapstead House, King’s Road, Brislington, Bristol. She died as the result of scalds, receive when a bucket of boiling water was upset all over her. Dr. A.D. Fraser, of the Bristol Royal Infirmary, ...

QUEEN VICTORIA CONVALESCENT HOME

QUEEN VICTORIA CONVALESCENT HOME
Queen Victoria Jubilee Convalescent Home, which was requisitioned in July 1942, has not yet been released by the authorities. At a meeting of the Board of Governors, held on March 29 last, the secretary (Mr. A. Ernest Ashmead), who was appointed in December, 1917 asked the governors to accept notice of his retirement as from ...

Coin-Laying

Coin-Laying
While working on demolitions at 81 West North Street, Aberdeen, a mason, Mr. William Henderson, found a George III penny laid between two bricks in a wall. Once of Mr. Henderson’s colleagues brought the penny to me for identification and value appraisal. I could tell him only that it was worth just its face value ...

LAST DAY THRILLS DOWN SOUTH

LAST DAY THRILLS DOWN SOUTH
Several vital games, affecting the League I championship and the second promotion place in League II, will be played in England to-day, the last day of the season. Three teams, Portsmouth, Wolves, and Sunderland, retain a chance of heading League I, after an exciting struggle which has left only four points between the top eight ...

HALF-CENTURY EMPLOYEES

HALF-CENTURY EMPLOYEES
Employees of Pullars of Perth, experts in dyeing, seem to live forever. The number of employees who have attained 50 years service with the firm no totals 268. Latest to achieve the milestone are Miss Annie Campbell, Miss Agnes Logan, Miss Mary Rutherford, and Messrs Alex Cornrie, Henry Gloag, and James Morris, personnel manager. Mr. ...

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