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MESSRS. HAMMOND & CRAUFURD.

MESSRS. HAMMOND & CRAUFURD.

IMPORTANT ERS SAEYLE CATT OF PURE-BRED JLE. PRINCE OUILDFT OF WALES HOTEL, )RD. HAMMOND AND CRAUFURD will Sell by Auction, THURSDAY MARCH sth, at Lie a number of JF.RREY CATTI.E, from the well-known Herd. of Miss Babcock. Major O. larnach-Nevill, Mrs. Oliver. Col. H. Ricardo, C.
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
ABORTIVE CONFERENCES.

ABORTIVE CONFERENCES.

As the result of a conference between the District Council and other local authorities on December 2nd, it was decided to draw the attention of the County Council to the ulti• mate mien of the clallll4 mode by other autnorines in decreasing the population and rateable value of t
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
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and COLONIAL TEA \After all There's no place like Home and Colonial for Tea. . H. and C. TEAS A real hungry blend for those who must have the best. Blue ( Red label b r . 21 L„..„,,, ~,....../ ,:,..,..:, Blue Label I/ Red Label . 1, Other blends 1/2 and 1/- per The Home and Colo
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
BLIND MUSICIAN'S TALK TO ROTARY CLUB.

BLIND MUSICIAN'S TALK TO ROTARY CLUB.

SOME INTERESTIISIO "DOX'TS" The activities of the National Institute for the Pliant, mere Isirticaliarly in relation to music, were described to the Guildford Rotary Club on Monday by Mr. H. C. Wardirecter of music at the National Institute, who is himself blind. Mr. Warilow spo
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
THE SURREY ADVERTISER AND CO'

THE SURREY ADVERTISER AND CO'

PARK SUPERINTENDENT FOR GUILDFORD. A GRANT REFUSED FOR STOI (MTON SCHEME. CHARLOTTEVILLE ALLOTMENTS WANTED. The appointment of a parks' superintendent in to Mr. C. Saunders wee among the recommendations submitted by the Public Grounds Committee to the Guildford Town Council on T
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
OTHER MATTERS.

OTHER MATTERS.

7n view of the derision to take op *ed ro-lay the Allen House bolding green at •ec future date and to make the MIDI* charges for the use of the green in 1831. the Mien House Bowls Club had withdrawn their request for the Puhlie Grounds Committee to receive a deputation They aske
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
11, THE BROADWAY WOKING

11, THE BROADWAY WOKING

ENGLE.FIELD GREEN SUMMONSES AGAINST VAN DRIVER DISMISSED. At Sipelthorne Petty Sessions on Tuesday, Ernes Arthur Barden. of 49, Bond -street, Engletleld Green, was summoned for driving a motor van negligently at Ashford, and, fur. titer, for driving hi a manner dangerous to the
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
NATIONAL BUILDING SOCIETY

NATIONAL BUILDING SOCIETY

NATIONAL HOUSE 16/18, Moorgate, London, E.C.2 Tdephows: NIMIOPOLITAN 7374 (6 Lim4l) FOUNDED 1849
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
LECTURE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

LECTURE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Miss LUCIA C. COULSON. c.s. OF LONDON. A Member of the Board of LeeLureship of The Mother Church. The First Church of Christ, Scientist. in Boston. Mastachusetts. AGINCOURT lIALI LROAD,ONDON CAMBERLEY, SUNDAY, Bth MARCH, 1931. At 3.15 p.m. Doors open 2.15 p.m. No Collection. A l
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
TWO CANDIDATES NOMINATED.

TWO CANDIDATES NOMINATED.

A keen contest is in prospect in the Leatherhead Division. from the representation of which Mr. C. S. Gordon Clark is retiring. As announced in the "Surrey Adcrtiser" a few weeks ago, Sir John Seymour-Lloyd, of Headley Grove, Headley, consented to offer his services for the vaca
28 February 1931 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England