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VMITEADD soxB Head Office and Colliery Office:— lelephone Nom 15, 16 & 274. SITUATIONS VACANT. EVESHAM. Tc!egrions: "RELIABLE," EVESHAM. TO BE LET OR BOLD.
13 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
"EVERYTHING MUSICAL" - AT F. H. ALCOCK LTD., LONDON HOUSE, EVESHAM. PIANOS :: RADIO :: GRAMOPHONES EASY TERMS FOR ANY

"EVERYTHING MUSICAL" - AT F. H. ALCOCK LTD., LONDON HOUSE, EVESHAM. PIANOS :: RADIO :: GRAMOPHONES EASY TERMS FOR ANY

INSTRUMENT. WRITE OR CALL FOR LISTS.
13 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
TEWKESBURY.

TEWKESBURY.

HOLIDAY CRASH. 'Two people were taken to the Hospital on Monday night, following a collision near Gubshill Manor. Mr. Low. of Aston Crass. with two passengers. 'Ms driving towards Gloucester when he was in collision with a car proceeding in the same direction. and driven by Col.
06 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
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ga 59 re.)

ga 59 That dramatic moment of their mecting is the beginnLig of Carlotta's love for the Professor—a love for which she lights desperately in the days to come. e e He. heating her story, takes pity on her and take.% her back to London to begin the Job of educating and taming her.
06 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
LEAGUE OF NATIONS UNION.

LEAGUE OF NATIONS UNION.

EVESHAM BRANCH. The Annual General Meeting will be held at PRINCE HENRY'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL thy kind permiamon of the Governor) THURSDAY Nk.XT, JUNE 11, at 7.30. Chairman: Mr. C. A. BINYON. J.P. Speaker: REV. BARBARA THOMAS of Cheltenham. A FOUR ACT PLAY WILL BE PERFORMED entitled
06 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
PAIRS.

PAIRS.

A. G Hince and A. G. Frazier (Hewell) W. Hull and J. H. Tyler (County Ground) 31, J. Ward and B. Stratford (Worcester) 8. E. J. Green am; H. G. Green ("Jewell) 34. W. H. Jones and H (Reddttch) 18. A. Barnes and G. Macke County °nand) 17. - A. Turner and W. H. Bradford Wroltwlch)
06 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

THE HAY/KETONE OTTER HOUNDS. Will meet (waters permitting) at 10.30. Monday. J Wednesday une . June 10 Saturday, June 13 Moreton-on-Lugg WYE VALLEY OTTER HOUNDS.-10.30. 5 9 Sz' aVoT Oh r m. !MAY. :haw 13..Cemon IProome, nr. tieldbu7y
06 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
SANCTIONS AGAINST ITALY

SANCTIONS AGAINST ITALY

Boot Operatives' Vote A resolution declaring loyalty to the League of Nations. calling upon the Government to continue and if necessary extend. sanctions against Italy and asking the Government to convene St world conference to consider economic: and political causes of world di
06 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
EVESHAM GUARDIANS COMMITTEE Big Decrease in Casuals ' A substantial decrease in the number of casuals admitted to the Eveshani

EVESHAM GUARDIANS COMMITTEE Big Decrease in Casuals ' A substantial decrease in the number of casuals admitted to the Eveshani

Public Assistance Institution W 3-; reported a mectint; of the Evesham Guardians Committee on Wednesday. The Master (Mr. W. A. Slater) reported that the number of patients in the Inst . : lotion last Saturday Was 158. Ot this num-1 her were men. 64 women, and five children On th
06 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
OAK APPLE DAY AT ELMLEY The Village Celebrations

OAK APPLE DAY AT ELMLEY The Village Celebrations

By reason of an interesting episode in its inatory, Oak Apple Day means more to Elmley Castle than probably to any other parish in England. According to the account of the Rev. Hugh Ben nett, it. was an Ehnicy man named Moore who, at the battle of Worcester, upset a load of hay
06 June 1936 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England