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HEALTH AND HOME.

HEALTH AND HOME.

By Robert Watson, M.D. A STKANGE IDEA. Time and again have been struck in different parts of the kingdom by the faith lay folks have that blood or mucus pus thrown off in any form of illness is merely accumulation whose unloading from the system is bound leave matters much bette
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Notes and Queries.

Notes and Queries.

♦ The Editor of this column will be glad ta answer any question* on local historical and literary subject* that may be Itddressed to Notes and Queries " at .the office of thia paper. Replies from Our readers to any questions that may in the column will also be , heartily welcome
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
WINCHCOMBE GUARDIANS & DISTRICT COUNCIL.

WINCHCOMBE GUARDIANS & DISTRICT COUNCIL.

WINCHCOMBE GUARDIANS DISTRICT COUNCIL. At meetings of the Winchcombe Boards on Saturday there were present Messrs. F. W. Hinton (chairman), W. E. Pardington (vicechairman), J. Oakey, A. Day, A. E. Spencer H. Arkell, F. J. Peacey, 1. Dickin, R. M. Bannerman, S. Grimmett, A. Yiend,
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
out, Eisner, of the best airmen Austria! and his were killed by fall of 2,000 feet at Aspern, near Vienna,

out, Eisner, of the best airmen Austria! and his were killed by fall of 2,000 feet at Aspern, near Vienna,

on Monday. At aai inquest Portsmouth Monday a mother admitted giving a '.JO-months-old child beef sausages and cheese. The child died from blood poisoning set up by the cheese.
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
The Social Side.

The Social Side.

POETRY.' ' BE FOR WIIOM THE WOBLI , WAITING. who would be the tongue this wide land Must string his harp with chords of sturdy iron. And strike it with a toil-embrowned hand: Dm who hath dwelt with Nature well attended. Who hath learnt wisdom from her mystic books. .Whose soul w
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 

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The creditors of Mr. Alec Tooby, who, as a [ farmer at Berrow, Worcestershire, filed his petition in the Worcester

The creditors of Mr. Alec Tooby, who, as a [ farmer at Berrow, Worcestershire, filed his petition in the Worcester

Bankruptcy Court in 1887, are about to be paid 20s. in the and 4 per cent, interest. His liabilities were £lBl 155., and there was dividend, but under the will relative will now have enough to pay off his debts,
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE COUNTY SURVEYOR'S SALARY,

THE COUNTY SURVEYOR'S SALARY,

INCREASE RECOMMENDED. At a meeting of tho Highways Committee of the Gloucestershire County Council Saturday it was resolved, the proposition of tile Chairman, to recommend to the County Council that the salary of tie County Surveyor (Mr. Sinnott) bo increased from £6OO £BOO by t
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ANSWER TO "A CANADIAN CORRESPONDENT."

ANSWER TO "A CANADIAN CORRESPONDENT."

" HOW TO MANAGE A HUSBAND." •' Norwich. Ontario, Canada. " Dear Stlina.—Having read your kind offer in paper which I get every week _ to answer any questions. I would be obliged if uou would use your motherly judgment instructing HOW MANACE HUSBANDS'. get your welcome letter eve
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
OUR SCOUT COLUMN.

OUR SCOUT COLUMN.

6FECIAL BADGE INSTRUCT;''V, LECTURE lII.—CIRCULATI' the heart acts a pump, ,» which bldod circulates to all ~f body. It ii situated in the tli. c'weta the lungs, more the left than o side; its pointed end slopes . -i downwards. It is enclosed of thin membrane, within which > r.
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
YOUNG ancJ CILLINC. a.xd '.Established Over Centur>\ IAUC'JJOKEEKS. & HOUSE AGENTS. VALU£ttB PROMENADE, C L'L'i'EN and Residential Estates, F.cclicld,'Leasehold, Copyh<<lii

YOUNG ancJ CILLINC. a.xd '.Established Over Centur>\ IAUC'JJOKEEKS. & HOUSE AGENTS. VALU£ttB PROMENADE, C L'L'i'EN and Residential Estates, F.cclicld,'Leasehold, Copyh<<lii

I'iopcrties, furniture, clc., undertaken. MANAGED COMPENSATION, ARBITRATION, and HATING APPEAL CASES onduc eJ. 1 (FliKE*: I.—"The ' Houieu'ider * for Local " 2. -" lU€loUreslrrsbire, .m 3 Adjoining Counties' Register " hone 123. Tele.rams: GilJin.s." TliK PUBLIC AUCTION IIOOMS,
14 March 1914 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England