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TRUFOOD FACTORY. W RENBURY.

TRUFOOD FACTORY. W RENBURY.

PIt6BENTATIONB TI DFTARTINO MANAMEIL AND 1118 WIFE. Mr. Hairy H•merr upon relinquishing the position of =sooner of Trufued Tottery .t Weenbury, on the ego of his dep•rtere fur l .n.at k, whore he will take ■p duties ea managing director of a well-knows arm, en, presented oe Thur
20 October 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
11-08 P-ITAL AND MATERNITY HOWL

11-08 P-ITAL AND MATERNITY HOWL

11 - 08 P -ITAL AND MATERNITY HOWL HE Crewe C.:rporAtion invite /I TENDER from local Trsdopeople for the supply tee till owing goods fur the year 1224:i--1. GROCERIES. 2. DRIJUGISTIS RUNDRIFIS. 3. LUTCHEICS HEAT. I ILS. 6. BREAD AND FLOUR. Forms et sod any necessary informstam ma
20 October 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SAFETY FIRST. IAFETY FIRST. DIAMOND 'S STILL W LE A A Y D THE Guard your Health against Chills by

SAFETY FIRST. IAFETY FIRST. DIAMOND 'S STILL W LE A A Y D THE Guard your Health against Chills by

taking advantage of
20 October 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
HOUIES CHAPEL..

HOUIES CHAPEL..

GIRL OL'lDEd.—There ~ aa enjoyable dance the Asaambly rooms on tlatunlay. Mr. 11. wee MX.. end the Elaorth Elite Orchestra supplied the muse. were eerved by tie guides. U.Y.C.—Mr. Beard, of the Xam.he..ter College. was the preacher at the harvest on Sueday. Anthems by IL, °lsom
20 October 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
3ANDBACH.

3ANDBACH.

'NERVAC-..7-, Will Expel Your Hoodoos', in Fifteen Minutes. NR.RVAC is a wientifie and cr.riain care foe Headache, Neuralgia. Rheumatism. etc. N ERVAC is lora/table u cases of Chill and lidlmes.. A Powder tekve Night and Morniog will give gratifying resnlia. NERVAC le perfectly
20 October 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 

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CHESHIRE CHEESE-MAKING. HOW TUE DAIRYING ART HAS ADVANCED. MR. BAUMAN AM) Tlll EARLY DAYS OF WI/ULF:BI'ON. t tar', day. of

CHESHIRE CHEESE-MAKING. HOW TUE DAIRYING ART HAS ADVANCED. MR. BAUMAN AM) Tlll EARLY DAYS OF WI/ULF:BI'ON. t tar', day. of

the W.wkoloa Dairy Institute. arc by Mr. Alf, F.1.C., Y.CAL (r►asafing &oatmeal chemist to tie loyal Laarashire Atrial'aural NoesetyL ►be has ju,t published a very interesting booklet, the of ►hich o. indicated Its titk ••A R-troapre.. - In 1b Mr, timetban3 coos. practice as as
20 October 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
AN UNASHAMED SOCIALIST.

AN UNASHAMED SOCIALIST.

Mr. E. G. KAU.. addreared • at Horniest on Saturday. lie said that when he spoke to the district ou a Literal platform eleven year. ago he wan advoiatmg the priamples that he was advmatiog te-day. ! At that time he thought the Liberal'party uitended to slop( an advanced land po
20 October 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
LATH NEWS.

LATH NEWS.

THE BEDDING PIT DISASTF.R. ENTCY OBTALNED TO 2 F:ntry obtained to No 2 vetion hall at 6.30 this morning. and two David Brown and Thom. a Brown, sloe focal to base to the d Mark amp. JUDGE AND RENT ACT. "A DISIMACE TA PARLIALENT." judge of County enart at Dadh7, healing an applic
20 October 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
RAMBLEMir EARLY MIIS.

RAMBLEMir EARLY MIIS.

Prophott wan with the to tat': at that •tage it was eloadventiage. The Ramblers immediately pressed, Ayrev putting a shot which was cleared by the goalie. There were then ....viral good ckarances by the Bandbach hooka Rear, the Stockport centre, •Iway.i. a rung IMP,. pla ced too
12 May 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

Both a.. Ist 2nd Xl.'s were defeated by na Raiurday. The Creels. road oetvpied by the second Balling first, Viddlenieh made a total of 88. la the batting department Aneable took three for 18. Davie* three for 17, E. Porten toe for 18, mid A. Goodwin one for 3. Both J. E. and R.
12 May 1923 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England