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H • •,IRTION P.F.DUIRES no addition or preparation. EWES Time. La;mer. end Uncertainty. PRODUCES Iseauti:ulWhite Oloesy Linen. you Grocer to get them for you. C. CHAV;ELLOR & Co. LONDON. E.C. aUL.4 Aa% AtCHIM. A eilw - Ibies WILL for /b..- .l i ,, do rL Wrue. Port free for two C
17 November 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
SPECIAL! SPECIAL!!

SPECIAL! SPECIAL!!

GEORGE PECK, St. Mary's Street, Wallingford, GROCER, BAKER, PROVISION _MERCHANT AND CHEESE FACTOR, Has just received his ANNUAL LARGE CONSIGNMENT of CHOICEST CANADIAN JUNE which he is cutting at Sid. CHEESE, per lb., rare value. New STAFFORD CUT BACON, cuts from 6}d. Delicious m
17 November 1893 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
WA LLIN G FORD

WA LLIN G FORD

nor. LIBRARY & LITERARY INSTITUTE. ON and after Monday, August 6th, the Library of the above Institution will be CLOSED for 14 days. Members are requested to return all books at once to the Sub-Librarian. STEER, Hon. Librarian. Girls' Grammar School, Wallingford. AUTUMN TERM SEP
10 August 1894 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
A QUESTION OF TOUCH.

A QUESTION OF TOUCH.

The Laneet comments on the fact that Profesior Bonelli, a San Francisco musician, is advocating the division of the transverse bands that attach the extensor tendon of the ring finger to those of the middle and little fingers, fibers that sometimes unduly hamper the action of th
10 August 1894 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
THE ' BRITISH MUSEUM CAT.

THE ' BRITISH MUSEUM CAT.

THE BRITISH MUSEUM CAT. All over the world public institutions boast a cat. One of the best known and most popular domestic pets in London (says the Daily Chronicle) is the British Museum cat. It is just about 12 months ago since the animal, which had apparently strayed from some
10 August 1894 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
PAIN IN ANIMALS.

PAIN IN ANIMALS.

Professor Penberthy, at the 12th meeting of the National Veterinary Association, held this year in London, read a very thoughtful essay on "Pain; its Indications anti Significance in the Domesticated Animals." Re first. considered (says the British Medical Joterrwrl) the true me
10 August 1894 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
Prom all Parts of th• World.

Prom all Parts of th• World.

Soli to .1. sad to is N.« We intli ant a ewe Mao —w• Bolt, sine, BY ALL OWIIIII mai PATIIT KIDIODIR WINDOM TEI WORLD. sr soot for or IN Amp by ti. Proorision. Ton Immo ASO Dace GLUTTON.—AIk tar Blood Motor% sad beware all-_i_ptions .. Agents ... .. ...4n die ANTICUTA SYNDICATE C
10 August 1894 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
CYCLES!?!?

CYCLES!?!?

7 POINTS P'01?) 1894.
10 August 1894 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
WALLINGFORD CHURCH SERVICES.

WALLINGFORD CHURCH SERVICES.

ST.. LEONARD'S. 8.0 Holy Coninvillon7 -- 11.0 Matins, Litany, and Sermon. Venite (Burrowes); Psalms (Smart, Causidge) ; Tel Deum (Quadruple, by E. W. Brown); Benedictus (Smith); Hymns, 162, 522, 239. 3.0 Children's Service. Hymns, 147, 394, 37. 6.30 Evensong and Sermon. Response
10 August 1894 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
COTSWOLDS.

COTSWOLDS.

35 well-bred ram lambs from the flock of Mr. Henry Akers, Manor Farm, Black Bourton, Faringdon, which were . every one disposed of at prices ranging from 34 to 8 guineas, averaging 51 guineas. 35 purebred ram lambs from the flock of Mr. Charles Gillett, Lower Haddon, Hampton, re
10 August 1894 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England