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STAKFOKHSHIRB TERRITORIAL FORCE

STAKFOKHSHIRB TERRITORIAL FORCE

ASSOC I ATI A THE PROP* Til ry OF HILL BATTERY TO BTAFFOED Unary general meeting ttw Staflordsalre Territorial F., wa« hold at i. Buiiuuig*. Stafford on.-afcnrday. to«-oasider fieque-ito.ioi 1 proposed the head quarter- .e«Ui JMaff_.r i •Jiire R.K.A. from Kill i . the mv.-s ary
19 November 1910 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
By Hr. Georg® Brown.

By Hr. Georg® Brown.

NEXT. NOVEMBER 1910. RIJ GBL E OLD SMITHFILLD, , PBmXWSBI'RY ARMS HOTEL. HALE will o*mpri*e abool - 100 EAT and t ATTLE—Hear>■ weight Bull from H. Upton. Down-calver from . Hterenr. Dow o-calver from Mr. A- Clew ley. * very fre'h Three-rear-old Barren Sbofihoru llelien (rotn - F
19 November 1910 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
By Hi. i. Oakes Ash.

By Hi. i. Oakes Ash.

EEK CATTLE MARKET J WEDNESDAY }0 M. 100 OMBd |»AIHY Md ►AT LATTI>K. . 80 FAT Md NO AL.VBB- FIUAK». 4 t.i. N K- —Five Minut«« Walk trora the H«ih»sv station '-'J i*nlN}l HOl and BUILDING HITES. FOR by AUCTION, J. OAKES ASH, at the NSW INN, M LONDON, THURSDAY nti-IMHEItI. for Sovr
19 November 1910 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL AUCTION SALES.

LOCAL AUCTION SALES.

*TtFTO«D SjunirlKi-o.—B»ddeler»od w»U the cAttle ..o T awdar *n4 -.MI. "f ll.^' w , rr «c«ri feature of and met .xc •'•o I one bet a* ..avoid. Mr. S. ate. lit.* if' puae win. a«wwt in-ralf *o.». ; SSW* made > til • t£sl» each \-arlv -0 ■i>d rood deu.and.bam mbkllW !<► .at ore bo
19 November 1910 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
MOUSSiME MEAL

MOUSSiME MEAL

FOOD FOR ALL AHIMALS HEALTH RESTORING WORM ERADICATING MOLASSIHE DOC AND PUPPY CAKES ' MOUND AND TAHNISN FOOD*. ««*usi»u< lot •n Don.urfl’-W" crMtcUe wom». ***9 don beJthy. From MplcaMfli odour*. Sold bj «il Coro « molassine POULTRY MAKES HENS LAY. BUOAK BEBT. -iß.—Lor i ii.obis
19 November 1910 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
CRIPPLED BY A SCI

CRIPPLED BY A SCI

NO SL.KKP AT NIGHT. THROBBING. BURNING. WOUND CURED ZAM-BUK AT LICHFIELD. With her laundry work and large family look after Mrs. Kmuia Webb found her crippled leg a groal burden ; but thanks entirely U» Zam Uuk's magic power die now released from torturing pain and again bar i 1
19 November 1910 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
NOTES ON NOTABLES AND FASHION’S

NOTES ON NOTABLES AND FASHION’S

FANCIES. A Dterw or pktctiwork.— to expectation. Queen Alexandra remains at Bo- aitigtkim Palace. A* far powdble. her Maje*t iPidres that the rooms at Marlborough House resume the appearmuce they prevented when she It Is UDder«t<s.d that the King and Queen intend make Windsor Ca
19 November 1910 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
HOTEL BOXES.

HOTEL BOXES.

The Harrow Cross Keys (Collector. Mr. K. LufT) Georjrc Crown County Arms White Hart New I’loukli and Harrow Rock wood Prince of Woles King's Head Bear Star Victoria Dark Lantern —• Ship Two Brewers Old Plough and Harrow Queen's Head New Zealand . Old Millwrights* Arms Boll's Hea
19 November 1910 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
WINSLOW.

WINSLOW.

Police Court, Wednesday, Nov. 16—Before the Hon. Cecil Fremantle—Jeremiah Lewis and Catherine Lewis were charged with hawking at Swanhourne without a pedlar’s certificate on the previous dav.—P.C. Newman proved the (see.- The male defendant was committed for days and the female
19 November 1910 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
at a bridge about milce from Culvert thev saw a mark ou the south side where the soot had been

at a bridge about milce from Culvert thev saw a mark ou the south side where the soot had been

brushed off something strikin* A bit further ou they found a cup, further L pool of blood, where the body had been Ihe Coroner said that the police-sergeam'a evidence aud that of the doctor left no doubt as to the manner in which the unfortunate man met his death. There appeared
19 November 1910 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England