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ROWHEDGE FETE

ROWHEDGE FETE

A fete and sports, under the auspices of the Rowliedge branch of the National Playing Fields Association, was held on tue Recreation Ground on Monday. In a fancy dress parade the winners were: 80-Peep, Diana Clements; Bon-Bon, Leslie James; Order of the Bath, Cyril James; Family
13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Having money in the bank It is nice to know that yon have something to tide you over a lean

Having money in the bank It is nice to know that yon have something to tide you over a lean

time or to meet some unexpected expense. And it is easy to build a very useful amount by opening an account at Lloyds Bank. You can start one with a few shillings, adding more just as you like. Your passbook will show you how the interest helps it to mount up. You can pay in at
13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MARKET REPORTS

MARKET REPORTS

CORN BRAINTREE, Wednesday. Prices on the easy bide. Wheat to 38/-, oats 19/-, grinding barley 26/-, beans 38/-, peas 38/-. CHELMSFORD, Friday. Quiet holiday market. Wheat 38/- to 39/- per qr. No barley trade. Oats 18/- to 20/- per qr. Wheat feed down, middlings £5/10/-, bran £4/
13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
THE CALL OF YOUTH

THE CALL OF YOUTH

The Rev. John Holyoak, formerly of St. Mary's Church, Colchester, and now of Southend, speaking at the Sunday School Teachers' Festival, held at Colchester on Saturday, remarked that many old people who ought to be "snoozing" on a Sunday afternoon were doing many young people ou
13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
RINGERS' FESTIVAL

RINGERS' FESTIVAL

Association had made tremendous strides, and its honour and prestige could not be surpassed. Mr. Howard had carried out the duties in a kindly way, which had won the respect, admiration, and affection of all the members, and he had no hesitation in asking that Mr. Howard should
13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BOY SCOUTS' RALLY AT DUNMOW

BOY SCOUTS' RALLY AT DUNMOW

Whit-Monday the Braintree District Boy Scouts held a camp rally and fete at Newton Hall, Dunmow, permission of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald _ Gold. Close upon 200 Scouts from Braintree, Bocking, Dunmow, Felsted, and Gosfield, spent an enjoyable and instructive time, the weather being bea
13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
SPIRITUALLY SICK ENGLAND

SPIRITUALLY SICK ENGLAND

TOILING UPHILL This country is spiritually sick, is something wrong with the soul of .the nation. The country has lost its s P'ritual beatings. We shall never be until we get back to God. the Bishop of Chelmsford, preaches in the Cathedral on Sunday. . was a choice between God a
13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BOTTLE FROM A TRAIN

BOTTLE FROM A TRAIN

BOTTLE FROM TRAIN At Colchester on Friday, Frederick Gordon Hatcher, 18, a builder's assistant, of Hadleigh Road, Frinton, was summoned for throwing a bottle from L. and N.E. Railway train on May 17. Mr. A. S. Dolden, for the Company, stated that Mrs. Minnie Rouse, of East Street
13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
A man was found poisoned under bush by AVanstead Parish Church.

A man was found poisoned under bush by AVanstead Parish Church.

13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
TO AMY JOHNSON " They shall mount up with wings as eagles." Is. xl. 31. Amy Johnson, intrepid, young and

TO AMY JOHNSON " They shall mount up with wings as eagles." Is. xl. 31. Amy Johnson, intrepid, young and

fair; Truly style thee, Heroine of the Air. Great in thy element, so lone and gay, watch'd thee anxiously from day to day. ' Having accomplished a marvellous feat, The world has own'd it, and it is most meet That while still absent in a distant land, Thv King has bidden thee " S
13 June 1930 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England