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THE BERKS AND OXON ADVERTISER-FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1823,

THE BERKS AND OXON ADVERTISER-FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1823,

23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
REPAIIts AS USUAL. GOODS AS FAD AS POSSIBLE lAIZICED PLAIN.

REPAIIts AS USUAL. GOODS AS FAD AS POSSIBLE lAIZICED PLAIN.

say, that Ireland under Ilon a • Rule, to be solvent must be drunk. Unfortunately the advocates of Temperani a often ex 11,1) t an alarming amount of Intemperance, just as the chosen champions of Tolerance show most Intolerance. Rut it appear.' absolutely certain that everyone,
23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
THE TRAINS

THE TRAINS

The Mayor receivel the following letter in reply to th , - twit:teat made to the Great Western itailway authorities for better rdilfflay accommodation " General Manager's Office, Padding on Station, London, W. Jane 17th, 1893, Dear Sir, As I promised, the suggestions which you r
23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
know whose it was, though he thought it was Mr. Brazil's. On this be went ti the spot where he

know whose it was, though he thought it was Mr. Brazil's. On this be went ti the spot where he

had been told the lamb had been seen, and found it by the hedge about two yards on Bitter land. Its entrails had been torn out by a dog, and there wag a gear where it had been Mitten oa the head. He valued the lamb st Al. Cross-examined by Mr. Addison :—The lamb was a month old.
23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
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DEATH Or SERGT.-MAJO: HATAWAY.•— VTA ragret announce the death of :Sergto•Major Hathaway, which ts.li lila,: on Tuesday la- , ut the age of 4.5 ye irs. Deceased tens a von of Mr. James Hathaway, late of Flivelme, now of Boulogne, and had seen a good deal of active servie:i. For
23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
THE CREEN TREE," WALLINCFORD, JAMES GILES, PROPRIETOR. HORSES FLYS, PONY TRAPS, AND WAGONETTES TO LET ON HI RE, Also a

THE CREEN TREE," WALLINCFORD, JAMES GILES, PROPRIETOR. HORSES FLYS, PONY TRAPS, AND WAGONETTES TO LET ON HI RE, Also a

commodious Pair-horse Brake for Pic-nic, Cricket Parties, &c. Avila fee (G.W.8.) Conveyamme to mee the following Trains et CHOLSEY on Sandaye:— $.16 Up, 11.2 Down, 11.47 Lows, a.m. k. 46 Up, and 9.14 Down, p.m. Leaving the " GREEN THEY." half-au-hour previous to time of Trains.
23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
But you need not have flung out at th,

But you need not have flung out at th,

Tipplers ' „" said "Timothy " (namely, Mrs. (crude), " when they work as well as Teetotaller s, and better. Look at Hilly Snee ! Look at our Betty, who would be drunk every day, if she had the chance! And I like to hear a g.a'l sermon. with a glass of port wine at the bottom of
23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS

MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS

WATCHMAKERS, &c., ZING STREET, READING. MONEY LENT WITH01"1' SURETIES by the CHARING CROSS 13:1\K 3Rrglstered), BRDFORD STREET, CHAKINO CROSS, LONDON. Established 1870. Capital-it:00,000. Reserve Fluid
23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
THE TRIAL OP PRISONERS

THE TRIAL OP PRISONERS

was proceeded with. THZ OHAND JURY were as fellow,—Major-tieneral the Honourable Cherie. John Addington unmans'''. Mr. Hopewell 'taker Morrell. Mr. Albert Richard Toll. Mr. Henry Lanny Honter, Mr. sward John St. John, Mr. Charles Morrell. Mr. Henry Warning, Mr. Thomas John klowl
23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
FORG 311 Y.

FORG 311 Y.

George William CI rk“ pleaded guilty to forging the endorsement on a ebeyne at Spalding, on February let, and with obtaining £4 from Henry Harsh, at Heading, on donna,' 31st. He was MOM t r priaun tor eight month,. Henry Alfred dower pleaded guilty to several elargeii of forging
23 June 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England