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BALES BT ADCTIOB U THU DATS FAPFE

BALES BT ADCTIOB U THU DATS FAPFE

BALES BT ADCTIOB THU DATS FAPFE Mem MILLER A ABBOTTS. January 23—loitul. I*ro|M*rty and Shares, Wliito Lion. January 27—fom»rted Timl»er. Banbury. January 2S—Pro|mrty. Upper lioddint^un. January 2K- Sl<s*k. Itylifld. January 2S- Kerry Ewes. B\lii-ld Market. January Nan .Uore. Str
23 January 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BAIBDST AID DIBTKIOT MOTOR OIOLIBTB’ RELIABILITY TRIAL.

BAIBDST AID DIBTKIOT MOTOR OIOLIBTB’ RELIABILITY TRIAL.

On Tuesday considerable interest wan taken in eighty mtlee non-stop trial, for awards presented bv the president (Mr. dodge Baldwin). Mr. Holiday, Bicester, and the cloh. The course was circular one. to be covered four times, with an interval of balf-an-hour fur tea the end of t
24 April 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
A VISIT TO A MOITEBBOU CLASS II EXQLASD.

A VISIT TO A MOITEBBOU CLASS II EXQLASD.

A VISIT TO A MOITEBBOU CLASS EXQLASD. correspondent sends ns the following account morning’s work in schtml conducted on the Mootessori system: On entering the room where the w*r work 1 greeted few the little box's and girls, who came uu to me and shook hands, and then returned t
24 April 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THK WARWICKSHIRE.

THK WARWICKSHIRE.

Hounds were out on 111 days, stopped on two. and had none blank. They killed fi»| Ivore foxo, morkixl 22 brace to grouml. and found the Hiip|4y plentiful. Seen! was very poor all 1 trough, and it was very wet seasmi. Mr. Fielden's second whipper-in, D. Grant, goes the in the sam
24 April 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
SPECIAL MEETING AT VHE WHITE HORSE

SPECIAL MEETING AT VHE WHITE HORSE

HOTEL. THE ANNUAL SPORTS. Aa extraordinary meeting of the Harrien* Athletic Club tree held on Thunder night, nukt the nnmU—y ol the (Mr. H. R. Webb), in the Hnrfcet Room at the White Hone Hold, there being mull but representative attendance. The Mayor wu supported by Mr. J. N. U
5 June 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
unpopular thing. Hr printed and nnukll , uiper, which would the Miujeci an the following «lav, and that newapaper he

unpopular thing. Hr printed and nnukll , uiper, which would the Miujeci an the following «lav, and that newapaper he

Mer, directly indirectly, the defendant, nodher he in’ hia public election apeecbe*. returned, and the defeiulant wax unxuccraidul. and he did not know whether tliat inHwcnced him not. It might be that he felt the defeat. He onK* knew the word* complained «il were uttered the Hi
5 June 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
<« Sooor in o<ltm it i« nutekka.

<« Sooor in o<ltm it i« nutekka.

A Bottle Drenches about 30 hat Drench Bottle, ire sent free of charge, marked proper dote for each Lamb according age. IN BOTTLES 6/- BACH. The High set Testimonj for the above hie been received from Noblemen's Agents and the largest Stock-keepers throughout the Oonntrj, and als
19 June 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
T]|7 ANTED.—A good GENERAL SERVANT who ran all kinda plain cooking. Hoirwmaid kept. Apply or write to Mrs. May. Fowoott,

T]|7 ANTED.—A good GENERAL SERVANT who ran all kinda plain cooking. Hoirwmaid kept. Apply or write to Mrs. May. Fowoott,

near Ardley. Sweater.
13 November 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
SALES BT AUOTIOI II THU DIFS PAPES

SALES BT AUOTIOI II THU DIFS PAPES

Man. MILLER ABBOTT*. July 31—Crop*, Crouch Hill P«rm. Auftu-«i I—Furnituro, Butcher'■< Row. AuffUMt A—Stock. Ausn-*t Fair. August 6—Crop*. Rhutford Manor. August 7—Fortnightly Stock Sale. Banbury. August 11—Threshing Machinery. Little Tingevtek. August ll—Crops Swcrfortl an-f Wi
31 July 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE BANBUBY GUARDIAN, THURSDAY, JULY 81, 1813.

THE BANBUBY GUARDIAN, THURSDAY, JULY 81, 1813.

That «m the price accepted, and they cUp|ied hand, over it. A man named Powell wa, at wo»k by, and Frank Ell leading the mare. He did not hear Mr. Hopkim aay hia father that he would lake the mare and try her. and if worked with the other hotaea he would keep her. hot if ahe did
31 July 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England