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CANNOCK RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

CANNOCK RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

\ tin" the Kma: < .il took gj-yr- the B<aurf-room. Oinmok Woikhon.se, on" Friday morning, "hen the Vuv-rhairman «X!i. J. Cooper) presided over small nttcnd"SL clerk 'Mr. A. Carvert placed before the (-..,„i-i' report tip."' «** had taken place trtv.eerit he t.0.mc.l nd the Cuoek
24 March 1911 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
The Prince Wale* and Alh-rt visited Truro Wednesday, and inspected the Museum Cornwall and the Cathedral.

The Prince Wale* and Alh-rt visited Truro Wednesday, and inspected the Museum Cornwall and the Cathedral.

24 March 1911 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
The Lichfield Mercury

The Lichfield Mercury

FRIDAY, MARCH 24th, 1911 Telephone (National): —No. 5. Telegrams Lichfield. The proceedings at a meeting the Central Committee of the Lincolnshire Farmers' Union Lincoln the other day, hear a report of a conference which had taken place between the Union representatives and the
24 March 1911 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL NOTES.

LOCAL NOTES.

The appeal for subscriptions towards the cost of providing for the Coronation festivities lias now been issued by the Mayor (Councillor G. R. Benson), who points out that the history of Lichfield abounds in records of loyalty to the Throne. The patriotic celebrations of the Jubi
24 March 1911 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
BUSHALL.

BUSHALL.

Pbosecitioss. Four piuuiarmai ander Bread Act were hoard flu-hall Mr. Harold Van > Weights and I wniliil I for Sotaa Staffordshire) prosecuting. The were Frederick llawkins. High Street. Walsall 1*00*; Cl - Brown. Portland Boad. Alandge: Edward Bucklev. High StaneL Aldridgc: and
24 March 1911 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 

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HOCKEY.

HOCKEY.

LICHFIBLDICITY RINK v. ATHERSTONE RINK After trouncing Hcdneaford to the tune of eight goal* to one, Liehficld met laat evening at Beacon Street before fair attendance. Atheratone went straight down fr.im rho commencement, but Taylor upset their cal -illations throwing himself a
24 March 1911 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
SIDELIGHTS

SIDELIGHTS

The Southern Reporter. FIFTH WEEK OF THE QUARTER. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1911. The or Selkibk's Pbovost—A UHI'.UI MIXKIPAL I'lltSEM EDUCATION'—COSGIMTVL* tons to .Mmxxs. M.l'.-Littui (txDiutn K<-«rßoH>Hißi- '• N.B. !** L»jl night 111 hid valedictory the ratepayers' meeting," Prov
2 November 1911 - Southern Reporter - Selkirk, Selkirkshire, Scotland
 
The Border Burghs.

The Border Burghs.

SELKIRK. A STRANGER PLIGHT -At Selkirk Police tourt Monday—before BaiLie Reekie James Stewart, labourer, fixed abode, pleaded guilty to a charge having been found drunk and incapable in the Market Place. said lie was a stranger to the town, and would leave it directly they gave
2 November 1911 - Southern Reporter - Selkirk, Selkirkshire, Scotland
 
The Border Counties.

The Border Counties.

MBLROSB. MUNICIPAL ELECTION.—There a probability contest thia November, four candidates having been nominated for three seats. Councillor Lawrie does not seek re-election, but Bailie Curie and Councillor Romanes are standing again, and the other candidates are Bowers, butcher, a
2 November 1911 - Southern Reporter - Selkirk, Selkirkshire, Scotland
 
Last Night's Heckling Meeting.

Last Night's Heckling Meeting.

THE PROVOST S VALEDICTORY BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR THE BURGH. The annual "heckling" meetiiut of Selkirk wa la "t night. Provost Towns over a fair attendance, and gave an ?*<r* vi w ' th municipal year. To w said : —Gentlemen,—As dur,uruc'p.a' >' ear which has just ended 2S I"" ch ""Pc
2 November 1911 - Southern Reporter - Selkirk, Selkirkshire, Scotland