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18 September 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE COUNTY COMPETITIONS.

THE COUNTY COMPETITIONS.

1 lie draws for the County Junior Shield. Senior Cup, and Charity Cup haev resulted follows : tfr.—(ZIOMT ENTKU;s). Firtt R<mn4. A—Banbury Central r. Deddinston. B—Britannia Works r. Chipping Norton. C—Thame r. Witney. I>—City A r. Henley. ffonnrl. E—Winner r. Winner off F—Winne
18 September 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
FARM, ALKKRTOX, Six m'-ltfrom RanltHry. HUTOHINOS AVD DEER Have received instruct ions from A. C 5. Hauhait. Esq-. who is

FARM, ALKKRTOX, Six m'-ltfrom RanltHry. HUTOHINOS AVD DEER Have received instruct ions from A. C 5. Hauhait. Esq-. who is

leaving. TO SELL BY ACCTIO.V Wit bout reserve, upon the farm and premises Alkert-m. OX MONDAY, the of SEPTEMBER, ms, the whole of AGBICULTI'HAI. IMPLEMENTS. POWERFUL CART HORSE*. HEAD OF CATTLE. 138 GEARS. H ARNESS, and u f.*w lots HOUSEHOLD FURXITI RE, Ac. The Collection IMPLEM
18 September 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
XHE DISH ETPRF-sa AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNiiL—FRIIMLY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913.

XHE DISH ETPRF-sa AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNiiL—FRIIMLY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913.

DISH AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK SEPTEMBER 19, 1913. Crown Imperial.—This handsome bulbow plant may be planted now either in tb< nerbaccous border or in the wild garden. prefers a well drained loamy soil, in whici it soon increases. Plant the bulbs about su inches deep. Where the soi
19 September 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
BRITISH FUEL DEVELOPMENTS.

BRITISH FUEL DEVELOPMENTS.

Now, high petrol prices and tho chances that any price in reason would be imposed on motor users (there was really no reason why the petrol monopolist, or combines, trusts, or what one likes to term them, should not put the price to five shillings per gallon) meant that somethin
19 September 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FRAUDULENT FOUNTAIN FEN. STREET TRICK DESCRIBED IN COURT.

FRAUDULENT FOUNTAIN FEN. STREET TRICK DESCRIBED IN COURT.

The fountain-pea trick was described Clerkenwell Police-court Saturday, when Henry Porter, aged thirty-three, a dealer, was charged with attempting obtain sum of 2s. 6d. by representing fountainpen the value of 10s. fid. Detective-sergeant Day stated that he was in Livcrpool-roa
19 September 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
GENERAL MANAGER’S STATEMENT.

GENERAL MANAGER’S STATEMENT.

Sir Guy Granet made a statement to what the Midland Company had done in response to the Inspector’s recommendations after the Hawes Junction smash. The report, said, was very carefully considered bv his board, but they came to the conclusion that “beyond what you have recommende
19 September 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
LIFE ON FIVE SHILLINGS A WEEK.

LIFE ON FIVE SHILLINGS A WEEK.

Jane Wood (eighty-three), widow, who was have lived for several years on ten shillings week, and latterly on five shillings, and to have supported her laxy sou at the same time, was found dead in a small room Dillington-street, Westminster. The room, it was statod the inquest, w
19 September 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SUFFRAGETTE’S MALE DISGUISE.

SUFFRAGETTE’S MALE DISGUISE.

A policeman in the neighbourhood of King's Cross saw a “man dressed in Norfolk suit and wearing a straw hat entering St. Pancras railway station on Saturday, and soon recognised “him” as Miss Annie Bell, a Suffragette released under the “Cat and Mouse *’ Act. He spoke to her, an
12 September 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
NOTES ON NEWS.

NOTES ON NEWS.

deliberately ruing his machine upside down while descending, the French airman Pegoud baa eatablished the most sensational record in avi- ation ever known. On two Down. occasions, whan had reached a considerable height on bis Bleriot machine, he began to descend, and in doing so
12 September 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England