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4 POULTRY, HORSES, etc.

4 POULTRY, HORSES, etc.

POULTRY, HORSES, etc. ARDEN Herd. Pedigree Large White Pig Boars and Gbilts for sale; prolific ana quick-growing strain. Reared in open. Bred from prize-winners. Inspection invited.— Spencer, Son & Hancox, Great Alne Mill, Alcestgr. . HOBBES wanted for slaughter and export.— Fiel
13 August 1932 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
GRAMOPHONES. RECXIRDS,

GRAMOPHONES. RECXIRDS,

MUSIC end SMALL GOODS.
13 August 1932 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
WHY THE NIGHTJAR SHOULD HE

WHY THE NIGHTJAR SHOULD HE

WHY THE NIGHTJAR SHOULD I’ROTECTED. In any list of beneficial birds the nightjar would rank very highly. Indeed, there probably British bird that is blameless from the agriculturist’s point of view, nor any that confers on him such continued and lasting benefits. Known also the f
13 August 1932 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
HEATHCOTE.

HEATHCOTE.

Wheat: Good, but laid with the heavy storms. Some fields present the appearance of having had the steam-roller over them. Oats: Mostly very poor lot. Beet: Good. Kale, Rabi and Swedes coming along well now. Mangolds: Not doing well; will very small. Potatoes will not average. Ve
13 August 1932 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
RADFORD SGMELE.

RADFORD SGMELE.

RADFORD Wheat; The best crop of the season. A few pieces badly laid. The yield should l>e well up to the average. Winter Oats good, but spring Oats and Barley very disappointing; affected the wet spring. Potatoes very patchy; lot rotted through the frequent rain after planting. S
13 August 1932 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 

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SHIPSTON ON STOUR

SHIPSTON ON STOUR

Very little corn now grown in this ancient farming parish, and if corn growing prospects do not improve I not think there will any ploughed land left iu two years’ time. What little is left is being laid, tumbled down. Wheat and winter Oats: A fair crop. Spring Beans: Very moder
13 August 1932 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
STIVICHALL.

STIVICHALL.

Wheal: Not much growing. Some heavy crops, but knocked down very early and will not fill well. Other crops badly scrawled. Oats: Winter heavy crop in most places; now being cut. but ripened very irregular. Very few spring sown. Barley: A fair average crop. Mangolds: A few good p
13 August 1932 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
SNITTERFIELD.

SNITTERFIELD.

Very little corn of any kind grown. A few small fields of Wheal and Oats are quite good crops. Hoots: Very few grown; what there are, are fair crops. A good crop of Hay all round, and gathered well. General outlook: Worse than has been for over years. The prices for most {arm pr
13 August 1932 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES.

TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES.

TENDERS are INVITED for the Supply of the following Goode to the TYDFIL LODGE (Public Assistance Committee' and MARDY ISOLATION HOSPITAL, Merthyr Tydfil, for a PERIOD OF SIX MONTH commencing from the Ist OCTOBER, 1932. via:— For Supply to Tydfil Lodge only Coal, Tobacco end Snuf
11 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
-1 AND SECOND-HAND MOTOR CARS, MOTOR CYCLES, BICYCLES, Etc.

-1 AND SECOND-HAND MOTOR CARS, MOTOR CYCLES, BICYCLES, Etc.

AND SECOND-HAND MOTOR CARS, MOTOR CYCLES, BICYCLES, Etc. MOTOR CARS. intrured ; good coo. bar,:a,n, £14.-73. Ton-row. It Tyre! (not re•treads); mks.. 27 X 4.40, 1 . , ; 30x 4 . 50, r size pro rata.— it ..P.;;:ro-t. Tel. 38G0. 1 TION 1 DI:I'. ‘wAy. ,1 Tw , :-seaters. ~h •. 1 . ona
11 August 1932 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales