COACH DRIVER'S DRINKS. Sequel to a Startling Accident in Windmill-lane. I'IRST PROSECUTION I:NDER NEW ROAD ..

... near-side wheel caught in a hole, and the charabanc overturned. Witness saw accused, who appeared to be the worse for drink. BOB'S YOUR UNCLE. Police-Sergeaut Parsons, stX, stated that at i 0.55 p.m. he saw the motor coach lying in a trench. There was a crowd ...

Published: Saturday 27 December 1930
Newspaper: West Middlesex Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 948 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

COACH DRIVER'S DRINKS. Segue! to a Startling Accident in Windmill-lane. MAST PROSECUTION UNDER NEW ROAD ..

... forward and said, I am. He said It's like that Oxford-street smash, constable. My hock wheel skidded, and there you are, Bobs your uncle. (Laughter.) Accused was very unsteady, and smelt strongly o: drink. Witness said to him, Yon are drunk, and I am going ...

Published: Saturday 27 December 1930
Newspaper: West Middlesex Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 950 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

Follow Your Uncle

... Follow Your Uncle Bob (Bobs Your Uncle), is the title of a new number likely to appeal to those engaged in pantomime or production. It is from the pen of John P. Lon^, and is issued by Messrs. Francis and Day, Ltd. A successful orchestral novelty of ...

Published: Thursday 05 November 1931
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 84 | Page: 17 | Tags: none


... which Randolph Sntton is to produce and record. The title is. Oh Mother. What Would You Do? Follow Your Uncle Bob (Bob's Your Uncle), by the same author com poser, has been re-orded by Florrie Forde, and will lie used by that artist and Randolph Sutton ...

Published: Thursday 10 December 1931
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1807 | Page: 6 | Tags: none


... include You are My Heart's Delight, from the Land of Smiles operetta; One little raindrop doesn't make a shower; Bob's Your Uncle—Follow Your Uncle Bob; When it's Night-Time in the Garden I'M Dreaming; River, Stay 'way from My Door; levee ...

hut the whole sale showed improved form

... fiery darts are too much for them, then old Hans—h ! I don’t know how works out. Something after the style thing ; »s “If Bob’s your Uncle, how old would your Aunt’s mother Ik*?” To-day’s Decider. Keen interest is centred on the game between Buckingham Reserves ...

Perth Official and Traffic Problems

... was particularly good. Clasie Glen was very happy in her three numbers and gained well-deserved applause. She chose Bob's Your Uncle and That Haunting Melody, and as an encore she rendered Down Among the Sugar Cane. Betty Frew; a soprano, sang ...

Published: Wednesday 01 June 1932
Newspaper: Perthshire Advertiser
County: Perthshire, Scotland
Type: | Words: 1021 | Page: 13 | Tags: none


... bad was that hod leave soon. “Film work/’ lie id, “is eutirely different from stage work where you just pop and say bobs your uncle*’ the audience and know where you are. AVe were eight weeks making this film and I had to get at six in the morning (that ...

Published: Saturday 30 July 1932
Newspaper: Yarmouth Independent
County: Norfolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 5104 | Page: 5 | Tags: none


... the Windsor Rooms, where the winners included Mr E. Walton and Mrs Rickett, and Mrs Andrews, Mr Whitehead, Key and Co., Bob's your Uncle, Not Sharks, and Ham and Cheese. A. Monday, tb© social secretary, was assisted a hard-working committee, and refreshments ...

Published: Saturday 12 November 1932
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 178 | Page: 7 | Tags: none


... Abbot, Gosden's selected should take tho Amateur Welter and Hotcha the Apprentice Stakes. BOB'S TRIUMPH. It Was a case of Bob's your uncle at Derby yesterday, for the three-year-old that name put up a splendid performance to win the Derby Cup. Bob was giving ...

Published: Saturday 19 November 1932
Newspaper: Dundee Courier
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 618 | Page: 7 | Tags: none


... more brothers and sisters, or the equivalent in husbands or wives and children to say nothing of the Aunt Eluas or the Bobs your uncles. Allow ing six relations to each person this makes fifty-four people, each clamouring for the last kiss or handshake ...

Published: Thursday 30 March 1933
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1352 | Page: 9 | Tags: none