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FELTHAWB.

FELTHAWB.

FOR THE HOLIDAYS gp©rts Strife, Jackets, Flannel Trousers, Tnmia and Tennis Sfhirits, Straw Hstts, Caps, Ties, etc., Boots and Shoes. Everything ready to wear for Men Boys.- Kitney <\nd Go., outfitters, Felthans. SMALL HOLDINGS FOR FELTHAM. the meeting of the County Council Thur
30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LADY COOK: AN APPRECIATION

LADY COOK: AN APPRECIATION

BY ONE WHO KNOWS HER. A fortnight or so ago we announced that Lady Cook, the eminent lecturer and social reformer, had been on a visit to Feltham, and hinted that the voice of this venerable lady might ere long once more heard the .puJblic platform. Apropos, Feltham corresponden
30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Theft of Potatoes.

Theft of Potatoes.

Luke Buckland, (16), gipsy, no fixed abode, was charged with stealing on May 18t.h from a field at Chertsey road, Staines, a quantity of potatoes, value Is., the property of Messrs. Crawford and Melville of Shepperton —Mr. Wilfrid Firth appeared for prisoner, and pleaded not gui
30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUNSLOW.

HOUNSLOW.

Telephones— Hounslow 71 & 236. AND BRANCHES. cornfield? The flies and smeli were rather a trifling malttor?—l am. afraid not. Hare you ever been driven in from the garden the smell?—By the flies more than the smell. former resident at Clock House, Mr. John Wilson, St. Margaret’s
30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SHEPPERTON.

SHEPPERTON.

of flies at halliford. Resting high court action. of considerable interest k> reeiht Hallifo.d, Shepperton and Kuiili-ry to,engaging the attention Mr. *icj, Warrington in the Eivihy . '‘Uriifg the week. This was action and Mrs. J. 0. Percj Bland, of the ,^ ' Use » Upper Hallifor
30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MURRAY PARK.

MURRAY PARK.

“Reader,” Whitton, writes :—“Dear Sir, —ln the report of the Murray Park opening some weeks back, you stated that each child was presented with mug in commemoration the event. I think is incorrect, for to the present the children «re still waiting for them. I ahould like tnow wh
30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WEBB BROS.,

WEBB BROS.,

Established 1800. Tel.—l44Honnslow.^^^ FUNERALS Economically conducted with < every modern equipment.- J MONUMENTAL AIEMORIALS. ★ / j|)IANOS Celebrated "Makers from— nomically conducted with J % A rery modern equipment.' J /Cr/ y dORiALS. BUILDERS, / DECORATORS. & General / /HOU
30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS.

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS.

30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
let of Spelthorne.

let of Spelthorne.

Beer, on ... Beer, on ... Beer, on .. Frank Curley William John Albert Booker bridge Joseph Salter Benjamin Connell lesden. Joseph Randall George Frederick Taylor William Sands
30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE MIDDLESEX CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. MAY .10, 1914.

THE MIDDLESEX CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. MAY .10, 1914.

30 May 1914 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England