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PARISH CHURCH WHIST DRIVE

PARISH CHURCH WHIST DRIVE

'1 he whist competition for geese and poultry was held in St. George's Hall 'last evening, time being a very large attendance. Mr. W. S. Farren was steward, and successful particirtnts were :—Ladies : Ist, Mrs. Field; and, 'Ars. Watson; 3rd, Mrs. Proctor and Mrs. Tailor (tied).
23 December 1921 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
ALLWEIGHTS.

ALLWEIGHTS.

i E. Burrows. is. James. 2 P. Hayh u rst, 3 G. Bkind. E. Inman. W. Irving. S. Castee F. Preston J. Lice J. Fearon J. W. Know G. Soutlivartt Grand Totals : Miltstbarpe, .31 ; Millom, .22, After the•maich the xiskarswere enter.ainel to nn excellent supper, provided , by MN. Knight
23 December 1921 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
THE ',ONUS KEMII IS A MERRYWEATH ER FIRE EXTINCTOR Therefore THE BEST Write for Price sad P lifl articulars Lois

THE ',ONUS KEMII IS A MERRYWEATH ER FIRE EXTINCTOR Therefore THE BEST Write for Price sad P lifl articulars Lois

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23 December 1921 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
11,150,000 a Week

11,150,000 a Week

REDUCTIONS IN WAGVB DURING NOVEMBER. Wage nedtuctissas wrlich came into opei'istion tists;.tug November amounted in the :LA:negate to £1,150,000 a week, reckoned at full t me rates, and the number of watkpeople affected wits 3,450,000. Since the bellmining df t;:e year the wages
23 December 1921 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, England
 
CARTMiS,

CARTMiS,

MIDDLE - :WILD MAN IVatntrml, as II EA wAGoNER Clore to wort; must used to nntelOnery ; good reference* creential. T Arthur lioddirigtt.o, Fat nboroogh. MAX Waufed, as CA RTER. for Middlerrx ; good lodging* f d.—Apply. J. Borrow- DEIVIILEV I:0AD AND I'ISIIEWS LANE, CDAHLBURY. TA
28 December 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 

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THE CHRISTMAS TREE.

THE CHRISTMAS TREE.

The Christmas Tree, brilliant with candles and tinsel and bending under its load of gifts, has become so indispensable as a part of our Yuletide festivities that we can scarcely imagine a celebration of the festival without it. Throughout Europe it has been popular since the Mid
28 December 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
COUNTY CONSTABULARY

COUNTY CONSTABULARY

WAR MEMORIAL GEN. SIR HARRY WALKER'S TRIBUTE.
28 December 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

MR. awl Mn.s COLE and FAMILY wish to thank all friends for their sympathy. MANAGEMENT or TRACTORS.—As will be tkeen by An advertisement elaewhere. the Oxfordshire Agricultural Committee have arranged, provided a sufficient number of applications are forthcoming, to hold a class
28 December 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD RURIDECANAL COXFERENCE.

OXFORD RURIDECANAL COXFERENCE.

Mr. DOU'IIIWAITE Proposed and CHAP- known Witney for the last 50 years. and during . WIT.N Cii is AS FAT STuCIL time • that he had semi the town grow, the older . MAN seconded, the elections of Mr. Hliwken as delegate to the N.Y.U. - Council, Mr. Deuthwitite SHHAV I Nkh. otitis
28 December 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
WOMEN'S SERVICE BUREAU.

WOMEN'S SERVICE BUREAU.

The London Society for Women's Service in a letter to the press, says : We are reluctantly comyelled to announce that the Women's Service Bureau, which has been dealing with employment problems among educated women since Angust, 1914, will have to be dosed next March owing to la
28 December 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England