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FEEDING THE WORLD'S BIGGEST FAMILY

FEEDING THE WORLD'S BIGGEST FAMILY

i needs 24,000 meals The Barnardo family mea , a day, 168,000 l- loaveB a year. Bread is a large item. are baked daily , . only nardo bakehouses but about three-eighths menU; is another large item squired. The 1,000 gallons per da}•* Destitute Charter of the „ Qn aQ Child Ever I
8 June 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BARCLAYS BANK LIMITED. Head Office: 54, Lombard Street, London, EX.3 and over* 1,900 Benches in England and Wales. Chief Foreign

BARCLAYS BANK LIMITED. Head Office: 54, Lombard Street, London, EX.3 and over* 1,900 Benches in England and Wales. Chief Foreign

EtC .3. Chairman. WILLIAM PAm^^%^i__?___s^»*^ General Managers: Usher. FREDERICK WILLIAM GRIGGS. HENRY THOMAS Foreign General Manager-. WALTER OSBORNE Stevenson. ' BALANCE SHEET, 3lst December, 1927. Auditors) LIABILITIES. £ b. d. f " ASSETS £ CU^ ent 'A?I PO t Ud Cash hand - »<
20 January 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
HORSES. ANTED, Motor Cycle, good make, 1927 model. Apply, tewell. Newsagent, Baddow Road, Chelmsford. 1925 16 h. Norton; all on;

HORSES. ANTED, Motor Cycle, good make, 1927 model. Apply, tewell. Newsagent, Baddow Road, Chelmsford. 1925 16 h. Norton; all on;

"Aero," damper; good condition; £25 offer. B. Newoombe, Rd.. Chelmsford. c 153 FOUR-door Ford Sedan, £50; Standard Ford, rounded back Landaulette, body very clean, xls. V. Barrett, Thaxted 'Phone FARM.GARDEN.! OULTRY APPLES, g-ood cookers, 4/- bushel: 6d. extra delivered. Brazie
20 January 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
SiTUATL'NS VACANT MEN AND LADS BOYS with little experience can find good places in DOMESTIC SERVICE by applying to the

SiTUATL'NS VACANT MEN AND LADS BOYS with little experience can find good places in DOMESTIC SERVICE by applying to the

BUREAU (Dept. 22). Thomas Street. Grosvenor Square. London. cl4o GARDENER, general. Wanted; unmarried; under 35. Apply, staling wages, experience, and age, to Dr. Gardiner, ANTED, Farm Labourer, able to plough; cottage. Rowland Chaplin, Galleywood. VST ANTED, Youth, 15-17; able
20 January 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
GREAT— J BARGAIN FOOTWEAR —SALE Xf X c on. BARGAINS EVERY DAY ANh EVERY PAIR A BARGAIN

GREAT— J BARGAIN FOOTWEAR —SALE Xf X c on. BARGAINS EVERY DAY ANh EVERY PAIR A BARGAIN

20 January 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 

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NO Wis YOUR OPPORTUNITY Oft FRIDAY, 27th January, the NEW PREMISES at Central Buildings, High Street, Witham Will be OPENED

NO Wis YOUR OPPORTUNITY Oft FRIDAY, 27th January, the NEW PREMISES at Central Buildings, High Street, Witham Will be OPENED

the LONDON CENTRAL MEAT CO., LTD. Extracts from PRICE LISTS hanging in the Shop .— Choice New Season's Mutton New Season's Lamb SHOULDER •• per lb. 9d. SHOULDER ... per lb. LOIN ... .. 9d. LOIN 1/- LEG .. LEG 1/2 BREAST .. 3d. BREAST 6d. You are also invited to inspect their BES
20 January 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
NAVY & ARMY STOjs SOME SPECIAL LINES ' Admiralty OILSKIN COATS - each - "Stormproof" SIDCOT SUITS - 15 '

NAVY & ARMY STOjs SOME SPECIAL LINES ' Admiralty OILSKIN COATS - each - "Stormproof" SIDCOT SUITS - 15 '

Officers' m 4in7 TRENCH COATS & 6 Ladies' Tan MACKINTOSHES - 21/- 25 - Khaki Drill Warehouse COATS from - 7/6 ' y Mechanics' OVERALLS from - 411 each Officers' BREECHES - -&27 6 pair • Agriculturists 'heavy nailed BOOTS 6t021/- Army BLANKETS - & 6 6 each Tindal Street High Stree
20 January 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
WIRELESS PROGRAMMES

WIRELESS PROGRAMMES

TO-NICHT. LONDON AND DAVENTRY. 6.30 and 9: Weather and News. 6.45 Frank Westrield's Orchestra.—7.o: Mr. Peroy Wholes.—7.ls : Brahms' piano works.—7.2s Prof. Laski.—7.4s : Tom Clare; Eva Floyer Natalie Moyer; the London Flute Quartet 'lorn Kinniburgh, and the Wireless Ononis Ethe
8 June 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
CHILDREN'S SPORTS

CHILDREN'S SPORTS

FINE MEETING AT CHELMSFORD The Chelmsford and District Elementary Schools' Sports Association held its sixth annual athletic meeting at Messrs. Crompton Parkinson's sports ground. Wood St., Chelmsford, on Tuesday. The school children were give a half-holiday, and large number ar
8 June 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BURST TYRE FATALITY

BURST TYRE FATALITY

burst tyre was the cause of a motoring fatality on the main Clacton road at Elmstead on Monday. Mr. Press Gordon Carman, aged 39, of Gloucester Crescent. N\W.L, died in Colchester Hospital shortly after admission from terrible head injuries, including a fractured skull. His wife
8 June 1928 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England