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Drythistle Hill Farm mile from Bromyard Station. L. J. FREEMAN-MORRIS Has been instructed by Mr R Bryan, to Sell by

Drythistle Hill Farm mile from Bromyard Station. L. J. FREEMAN-MORRIS Has been instructed by Mr R Bryan, to Sell by

Auoti'm on FRIDAI, MARCH 18th, 1921, at 12 o'clock, noon, CAPITAL SHORTHORN CATTi4E, namely; 6 Cows in or with calf, 2 Calves 4 WORKING CART HORSES PIGS 40 About 80 head of Poultry, Gears and Potatoes and a capital collection of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, including Capital Harvest
10 March 1921 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
Bromyard Rural District Council. Bromeard Rural District Council invite 1. TENDERS for HAULING STONE and other Materials; also for the

Bromyard Rural District Council. Bromeard Rural District Council invite 1. TENDERS for HAULING STONE and other Materials; also for the

supply of Horse Hire, ins, Shovels, etc. Tenders must be sent in not later than the 22nd March. at 10 a.m. All Contractors whose Tenders for are accepted must satisfy the Council that their employees are fully insured in some office of repute under the Workmen's Compensation Act
10 March 1921 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
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10 March 1921 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
• :BENTLEY HOBBS & MYTTON , BEG to annonnoe they bold SALES BY AUCTION of PAT and'STOEN STOOK In WORCESTER

• :BENTLEY HOBBS & MYTTON , BEG to annonnoe they bold SALES BY AUCTION of PAT and'STOEN STOOK In WORCESTER

MARKET Every MONDAY, at 13 On BBOMYARD STOCK BATA. Every alternate Tbanday. tdONTRLY SOARS. Saws of Stook, 'Property, Venation, made for Probate, Mortgege, Agricultural. end General Purple's.
10 March 1921 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
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COAK BOOM TICKETS:-1 to 100 in duplicate, also useful for concert chairs, whist drive tables, draws, and compethions generally Canibe had in several colonrs!6dlper book at the "Newa & Sword" Office Broutyard.
06 March 1924 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
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While the main plot of "She Stoops to Conquer" had been strictly adhered to, the play was abridged and brought up-todate, and an old-time atmosphere was attempted and gained by the introduction of several musical excerpts illustrative of music of long ago—a most pleasing and att
06 March 1924 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
HUNTING

HUNTING

NORTH HEREFORD. It was bitterly cold at Fenoote Station on Monday in last week, and freezing most of the day in the wind. A fox moved from Billfield Arles some time in front of the bounds, and they oould never get settled to the line, and it was given up in a few fields. Mr Farm
06 March 1924 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
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06 March 1924 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
TBIRDS EGG Substitute. No Eggs! No Baking Powder!

TBIRDS EGG Substitute. No Eggs! No Baking Powder!

VOID BEAT. The Council passed a resolution declaiinst seat occupied by Mr. T. E. Mitchell void, en the ground that be being adjudicated a tunkrupt was disqualified from holding office. POLL CLERK. Arising out of the foithcoming eleclicn, Mr James suggested that the office of pol
06 March 1924 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England
 
N.S.P.C.C. AND CHILD NEGLECT.

N.S.P.C.C. AND CHILD NEGLECT.

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to children investigated 3,449 complaints of neglect and cruelty to children in England, Ireland and Wales during the month of January. Of the 3,398 cases completed 3.321 were found true affecting the welfare of 8,442 children a
06 March 1924 - Bromyard News - Bromyard, Herefordshire, England