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ALFSTEN, THE LAST OF THE MASTIFFS " by Albert Vegee 5/. 'Mrs Hall Press, London, N. 21. Wading some books

ALFSTEN, THE LAST OF THE MASTIFFS " by Albert Vegee 5/. 'Mrs Hall Press, London, N. 21. Wading some books

Is Just pastime ; often D waste of time. Others odd permanently to tour Joy and knowledge of life. Such a book Is " ALFSTEN." GE. IT 711 DAY
03 April 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
ELPERLV Couple, require bedroom (two bedsi aud sitting room with service. Beard optional. Long stay. contemplated.— C. Browne, Laurelbank, Reading

ELPERLV Couple, require bedroom (two bedsi aud sitting room with service. Beard optional. Long stay. contemplated.— C. Browne, Laurelbank, Reading

goad. nen* Welliefftdrd Neve ay to • • tne RHEUMATISM
03 April 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
HAVE YOU tried a SMAL L AD. in these columns mall Advertisements (Apart*SSW Situations, To Let, Loet, Toad and miscellaneous

HAVE YOU tried a SMAL L AD. in these columns mall Advertisements (Apart*SSW Situations, To Let, Loet, Toad and miscellaneous

Sales 10d Wants) ..—First 18 words Id, per word, minimum Is. 84.. with id. each additional word. Three insertions for the price of two. Births, Marriages, Deaths, In Memoriam and Acknowied 2- manta, 3d. per line, minimum Is., with 3d. for each additional line.
03 April 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
PUSS! PUSS!

PUSS! PUSS!

" The cat loves fish, but does not like to mot her paws " Letting I dare not wait upon I would, Like the poor cat i' the adage. Shakespeare Macbeth. "Not room to awing a rat the reference is to the old cruel practice of swinging a tat to the branch of a tree as a mark to be shot
20 February 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
ROUNDABOUT JOTTINGS BARMECIDE'S FEAST This phrase, proverbial for a feast on Imaginary dainties, originated in the story of e oai

ROUNDABOUT JOTTINGS BARMECIDE'S FEAST This phrase, proverbial for a feast on Imaginary dainties, originated in the story of e oai

uer's sixth brother, iu the " Arabian might_.' 'he tot of the story is this: Poor (I:stesssed by a two days' fad, •ted weal.hy but eccentric Barmocide hope of being welcomed to good cheer. ser. .ng preseuted with an empty plate, on ch were supplied several courses at 'nary dairi
20 February 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
'TH''''' PRUDENTIAL E- • RANCE SS AL co LTD. T

'TH''''' PRUDENTIAL E- • RANCE SS AL co LTD. T

20 February 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
THE CRESCENT MOON

THE CRESCENT MOON

When the moon is a thin crescent, Wow as first quarter and after the last quarter. can often distinguish the rest of the Inner ' by a pale greenish-blue light, called by astronomers " the ashy 17wht." It is the t reflected by the earth coming back to A. oar light ia borrowed fro
06 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
WALLINGFORD COUNTY BENCH FRIDAY. For cycling offences during black-out I hours. Walter Faulkner, Blewbury, was fined 15s. (two offences): Joseph

WALLINGFORD COUNTY BENCH FRIDAY. For cycling offences during black-out I hours. Walter Faulkner, Blewbury, was fined 15s. (two offences): Joseph

Name, 9. Vicarage Road, Didcot, 10s. Edward King, R.A.0.C., 10s. ; Grace Newton, 66, Norreys Road, Didcot, 10s.—Richard C. Limell: 3, Haydon Road, Didcot was fined CI for a black-ont offence.—Bernard W. Perrott, Hartritlge Farm. Ashampstead, for failing to immobilise his car whi
27 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
For P7'.liVriNG

For P7'.liVriNG

W. , JENKINS & EaN St. Mary's Street Wallingford
27 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
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A I Fall 5.140 RE A, 0 :i., ",44 - -. , •-.- -- • • '‘••••)-

27 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England