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LABOURERS AND SERVANTS.

LABOURERS AND SERVANTS.

Class I.—£2 2s. by Mr. H. F. B. Lynch and £3 3s. tbe Association. To day-labourers who have been employed without intermission, tbe longest period on tbe same farm or premises, or with tbe same family, being members, cases of illness excepted—£2 to Daoiel Howkios, with Mr. J. A.
2 October 1913 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE BANBUBY ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.

THE BANBUBY ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.

borough education oommitibb. monthly mooting of th» Banbury Bducation Committea was held in the CouncU Chamber, Town Hall, on Friday evening, there being present Councillor W. L. Whitehorn (deputy chairman), Mr.. Braithwaite, Mrs. Turbitt Aidermen J. J. Chard, T. O. Haokioion. a
2 October 1913 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
MOTOR-CYCLIST KILLED.

MOTOR-CYCLIST KILLED.

While Bernard Carter, an engineer, of Algernon-road. Lewisham, S.E.. was riding a motor-cycle to Cudham. Kent, on Monday evening."he collided with a motor-car and was killed. Frank Richard Homfray, aged sixteen, son of Colonel Homfray. of Penlline Castle, Cow bridge, Glamorgan!
2 October 1913 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
SURVEYORS REPORT.

SURVEYORS REPORT.

The usual monthly report the surveyor was presented. It was stated that six cross-roads in the district needed attention, and it was suggested that the County Council be approached for grant of money from the Road Board to be used for the cost of effecting the improvement. Ur. A
2 October 1913 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
HOBNTON

HOBNTON

Harvest Thanksgiving. —On Sunday the harvest thanksgiving services were held at the Primitive Methodist Church ; preacher, Rev. C. H. Ratcliffe. The Hornton P.M. Braes Baud paraded the village and took part in the evening service. On Monday there was a sale of fruit, vegetables,
2 October 1913 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE WONDERFUL B.S.A. 31%. HOLDS THE WORLD’S SIDE-CAR RECORD For FIVE MILES. DELIVERY FROM STOOK. TRINDER & OSBORNE. 2a ft

THE WONDERFUL B.S.A. 31%. HOLDS THE WORLD’S SIDE-CAR RECORD For FIVE MILES. DELIVERY FROM STOOK. TRINDER & OSBORNE. 2a ft

3, Broad Street, BANBURY.
2 October 1913 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
KIRKINTILLOCH GAZETTE

KIRKINTILLOCH GAZETTE

No 1008 rßefrtoterrd for Tram L Pc«t J Friday, October 3, 1913 CADDEB. The Keystone of Successful Trading BISHOPBIUGGS and lot of BishopbricST* Raima. THE CAR TERMINUS, Biahopbngga. THE BEND the CANAL at Cadder. KENMURE HOUSE, Bishopbrigga. The STEPPING STONES over the KELVIN, b
3 October 1913 - Kirkintilloch Gazette - Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
BALDEBNOCK,

BALDEBNOCK,

AULD WIVES' LIFTS. BALDERNOCK PARISH CHURCH, FALL on WATER, BALMORE STATION. BALDEKNOCK LINN, CUMBERNAULD AND CONDOBBAT. CONDORRAT. , WYND A- WI-XLBRAE, Cumbernauld, MOI.LINSBURN. CUOY k ROY STATION. MAIN STREET, Cumbernauld. LUGGIEBANK. CUMBERNAULD PARISH CHURCH. CUM BURN AULD,
3 October 1913 - Kirkintilloch Gazette - Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
BARDOWIE.

BARDOWIE.

BARDOWIB. BARDOWIE CASTI,B. THE AVENUE, Bardowis, BALMORE. BARDCWiE LOCH Wholesale or Retail front
3 October 1913 - Kirkintilloch Gazette - Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
 
CAN BE HAD AT GAZETTE OFFICE,

CAN BE HAD AT GAZETTE OFFICE,

99 OOWGATE, KIRKINTILLOCH. CHRONICLE OFFICE, MARKET STREET. KILSYTH
3 October 1913 - Kirkintilloch Gazette - Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland