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IRS"' 'DIVISION

IRS"' 'DIVISION

Sept. rctft.—Eskmeals v. Athletic; referee, A. Warriner ; Green v. Milkm, J. Wood; St. Celtic, A. Denny; Broughton v. Havenigg, H. Williams. Sept. 17th.—Millom T. v. Athletic. j. Boort; Celtic v. Green, M. Kirby; flaverigy, v. St. Tames' W. Gralunt; Coniston v. Broughton, WoOd.
02 September 1921 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
In Memoriam

In Memoriam

I'ORAM.--Ta Laving Memory of our dear mother, Ann Coram, who passed away on September tst, 1912. " Until the day dawns." rememberrd by 'her loving CRELILIN.—In Loving 'Memory of our dear mother, Sarah Crellin, who died August 3oth, 1920. • " Gane, but not forgotten." "Sleep on,
02 September 1921 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
DAMAGED FRUIT TREES

DAMAGED FRUIT TREES

At Miilom Police Court on Saturday, before Mr. W. Lewtbwaite, sen. tin -the cliairl Ana Other magistrates, four Millom boys, namel H J. Rigg, E. Rigg, A. E. Friend, and 1 " Millar, were charged with, between 6 p.m. on the r ith August and 9 a.m. on the uth MO ( darnateng fruit t
02 September 1921 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
ASK FOR LISTS.

ASK FOR LISTS.

J. R. JOHNSTON Wellington St. Clothier and Outfitter.
02 September 1921 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
BAILIFFS AND FOREMEN.

BAILIFFS AND FOREMEN.

A PPLICANTS, who replied to advertisement Y.Z.2,491 lad week ere advised tbat the position now lilted. Wanted. continued. TNDEWVI anted, anted, thoroughly ez- LJ Portewood .11 work end MOSS et Neck; Mate wages and reierencea.—Write, " Agricola," "Maw" Oa" & sal. wont. ITANtka),
14 September 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 

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AUTUMN SUNSET.

AUTUMN SUNSET.

14 September 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
irou.ass OP THE PAIR.

irou.ass OP THE PAIR.

OP THE PAIR. Oxford has kept yet another tradition this week by holding St. Giles's Fair. That the murmurs of re:idents in the vicinity do not compel the authorities to ban the fair speaks well for their moral courage, and yet one must sympathise with the unfortunate folk whose b
14 September 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS, S

OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS, S

OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS, abolition of thelVages Board. He could not see it was necessary: Bowie farmers there might bp who would like to get labour at a itaavatioa wad. but he was perfectly sure most of them `were -ready rk 'and willing td gtve a /air wage. for fair w (hear, hear
14 September 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
FARMERS AND PRICES.

FARMERS AND PRICES.

Mr. J. B. Guild, Statistical Officer of the National Farmers' Union, in the course of an article published in the " Morning Post " of September 2, states that the National Farmers' Union feels it incumbent upon itself to put before the public certain foots relative to the positi
14 September 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
Doll, Cabbage, Kale, k,

Doll, Cabbage, Kale, k,

➢FOR PRESENT PLANTING. Fresh-picked, Home-grown
14 September 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England