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itC PENS OF YESTERYEAR.

itC PENS OF YESTERYEAR.

PENS OF YESTERYEAR. From a Correspondent. . Rummaging in an old box the other day 1 came across a little instrument - which puzzled me greatly, and it was not until I found a bundle of quill peus that -I realised the contrivance was for making those ancient instruments of writing
13 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
ceived it 3 death sentence. The invention of the fountain pen brought forth still another ink—the well known and universally

ceived it 3 death sentence. The invention of the fountain pen brought forth still another ink—the well known and universally

used Stephens' fountain pen ink, an ink with the colour in perfect solution, The firm of Henry C. Stephens is old as years and experience count, but it is still in its prime and it is still developing and growing. To-day the factory in North London, the largest of its kind in th
13 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
Patients remaining last fortniaht, 18; admitted. 9 ; discharged, 10 ; now re. maining, 13. Out-patients treated. 86. HOSPITAL SCHEME.

Patients remaining last fortniaht, 18; admitted. 9 ; discharged, 10 ; now re. maining, 13. Out-patients treated. 86. HOSPITAL SCHEME.

- The income of the R..iyal Berkshire and Associated Hospitals contributory scheme, which in 1923 was £8,590 (the membership was 20,778), was in 1941 £53,76 4(not including private patients' scheinds) and the membership was 89,740. For the year there was distributed to tilt) Wal
13 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
WALLINGFORD COUNTY

WALLINGFORD COUNTY

BENCH FRIDAY. BLACK-OUT OFFENCE. Magdaleue Purdy, of Marsh Cottage, Didcot was fined a £1 for permitting a light4o be displayed driritig the blackout from a building.
13 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
11Sortegg

11Sortegg

TAR OIL WINTER WASH It cleans the trees offmoss and lirchen and promotes healthy, luxuriant foliage. It kills the eggs of green and black fly, winter moth caterpillar, psylla, etc. It is guaranteed to conform to specification approved by Ministry, of Agriculture 1 gallon of MORT
13 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
BET WITH THE. FIRM THAT PAYS HO LIMIT JACK ALDEN TURF COMMISSION AGENT $7, WOOD STREET, WALLINGFC 'Phone : 2120

BET WITH THE. FIRM THAT PAYS HO LIMIT JACK ALDEN TURF COMMISSION AGENT $7, WOOD STREET, WALLINGFC 'Phone : 2120

Wallingford.
13 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
MORE FOOD

MORE FOOD

THE LAUNDRY WALLINGFORD, BERM Vans Collect and Deliver in surrounding Towns and Districts W. A. GATT. Manageress. CYCLES I CYCLES 1 I CYCLES I I I A. KNAPP & SON 12 Station Road, Wallingfent Agents for Sunbeams, Elswick, Rudy). Whitworth, James, New Imperial. etc., Every Accesso
13 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
COOK GENIRAL above conscription age required for two ladies on Oxford Medley Reading Bus Routes. Good wagwe.—Apply miss Lse, Greenacre,

COOK GENIRAL above conscription age required for two ladies on Oxford Medley Reading Bus Routes. Good wagwe.—Apply miss Lse, Greenacre,

Sbillingford, Oxford.
13 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
__ Mem .1 Letter By Sir Ri , '.tyr, Bart., M.P. If itiogoi, , , . 1 I States *Along

__ Mem .1 Letter By Sir Ri , '.tyr, Bart., M.P. If itiogoi, , , . 1 I States *Along

to the Wd.r ie g . Inng time. -w inded and improv hay business. German U Boots are sinking a large number of ship,: 1 he Alliktri-,111 coast because the Ve 'Hata to our cost regnr.. n of rmrchant ships Int, . •.. heart or for granted, • it to Navy. It is this loss ols.. the most
13 March 1959 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England