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SAVED HIS MOTHERS LIFE.

SAVED HIS MOTHERS LIFE.

A plucky rescue by a boy of eleven was de,- erilwd at an inquest at Lichfield on a lahouler named Frederick White, who died in the local work house. Nellie White. the widow. a oue-armed woman, said her hiislQnel cank• home drunk and. picking up a table-knife. drew it across her
05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
WALLINGFORD TOWS COUNCIL.

WALLINGFORD TOWS COUNCIL.

HONOURING LOCAL BENEFACTORS.
05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
WORKMEN'S DWELLINGS: TENDERS ACCEPTED.

WORKMEN'S DWELLINGS: TENDERS ACCEPTED.

THE ALLOTMENDI THE LOAN SANCTIONED. DISCUSSIONS. A meeting , of the Wallingford Corporation was he:d yesterday (Theireday), under the presidmey of the Mayor (Aid. G. F. elada). There were &Iwo parent Aldermen H. W. Wells, S. L. Hawkins and G. Pecs, 10oweillots Y. de SI. Cavell.
05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
TUM LAIR MR. CHAMI.II4 MORRELL.

TUM LAIR MR. CHAMI.II4 MORRELL.

LAIR MR. CHAMI.II4 MORRELL. Before proceeding with the ordinary purpones. the MAYOR made a feeling referenoe to the late Mr. nomad , Morrell, the Borough Trrasuter, and the camel signified by 'Handing their nnaninious approval of a Tote of condolence with the deo* lewd gentleman'
05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
THI ALLOTIMNTIL-THE LOAN SANCTIONED.

THI ALLOTIMNTIL-THE LOAN SANCTIONED.

The Tow's CLERK reported the receipt of a com - muniettios from the Loral Government Hoard sanctioning the loan of £1,20 for the purchase of the St. John'. Allotment... 'fh•• Boarl expressed no opinion to the power of the Council to sell any part of the land. The Marva remark 4
05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
OMOLSEY. By the kindness and help of friends. who lent wagons and provided a good tea. the children of the

OMOLSEY. By the kindness and help of friends. who lent wagons and provided a good tea. the children of the

Hapthit Sunday School had their annual outing on Wednesday, when, favoured fine weather, they drove to Strettley and had most enjoyable time on the GORING. CRICKET.—The Isaiah arranged to be played on Saturday but. Oaring v. Beading Wanderetv, was unavoidably seratebad. lIETIEEM
05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
FOLIOS V. SP►AnAL

FOLIOS V. SP►AnAL

The Wallingford Special Coestmbhe and the pollee oI the local daisies met in the prenweel a • pod number of spectators or. the eriekat Geld Wednes day. The " Swahili" sin up the awful total of 151, thanks chime; to ease free batting by latter. The pollee failed to deal with Hair
05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
HI'VGERII.I:D.

HI'VGERII.I:D.

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05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
IN BOTTLE.

IN BOTTLE.

Pint Bottles 2/6 Per Doses. Upton & Reynolds, Chemist& &c., Sold by— sr DIARY'S EirREET. WLLLINGFORD Privlid sod Published WiLume the Printing orb. et Merv' Skeet. Paeisb Bt. PON. Wallingford, Unita.
05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
I haven't required one since I bought Who's your Lowy tip ? "EVERYMAN'S OWNLAWYEE," • for 68.8 d., which has

I haven't required one since I bought Who's your Lowy tip ? "EVERYMAN'S OWNLAWYEE," • for 68.8 d., which has

been repaid to me 211 times over in the saving of - lawyer's fees. EVE R• "Y . M INT ' S OWN LAW YER BY A BARRISTER The Annual Legal Text-Book revised year by year. A Handy Book of the Principles of Law and Equity. Just Published. 50th edition, grog. • complete Epitome of the La
05 September 1913 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England