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AMATO'S SELECTIONS FOR MONDAY

AMATO'S SELECTIONS FOR MONDAY

WARWICK.—I.3O. Millbrook (if ab. Centaur): 2.0. Tockwith: 2.30. Dinton pad (if ab. Canny): 3.0, Don Bradman (if ah - ton); 3.30. Captain's ch Glomiana); 4.0. The Bore (if ab. .Mixed Foursome). , _~j will. DOUBIiR.—Don (nap) and brook.
30 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
HUNT APPOINTMENT

HUNT APPOINTMENT

ine (jotswold Hounds wiu meet »«.. South Park, Hatherley, on Tuesday.
30 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

ANDOVERSFORD CATTLE.—Messrs. Tayler. iletxiher and ViHar conducted their market Andoversiord. A large entry of stock was again to hand 575 pips filled the pi* yard with an overflow of 20 pens in the sheep vara. The trade bacons and porks was ?->od and recent hieh prices fully ma
30 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
NO RACING

NO RACING

Snow And Frost Play Havoc With Sport While Britain's great blizzard has spent its fury, legacies of January's first wintry spell in the form of snowfalls and frost have caused the cancellation of many of to-day's sporting engagements. Racing at Newbury, hunting and a great many
30 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
COUNTY'S GREAT FIGHT

COUNTY'S GREAT FIGHT

MORRIS IN FORM IN RUGBY SEMI-FINAL DOWN AT INTERVAL, BUT LEAD REGAINED Gloucestershire and Kent met in the semi-final of the County Rugby Championship at Gloucester to-day. f On nine occasions Gloucestershire have" r , reached the semi-final since the War, and • during that time
30 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 

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TO-DAY'S STOCKS AND MARKETS

TO-DAY'S STOCKS AND MARKETS

j The markets were extremely idle early to-day but sold mines exhibited firmness under the lead of West Witwatersrand, which showed a further rise of 3-8 at 18 5-8 under Cape influence. Internationals were firm, more especially Steels at 93 3-4. Nickels were quoted 64, and Tract
29 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
" ECHO " AND " CHRONICLE " PREPAID RATES for advertisements of Private Sales. Wants Exchange#. House* or Apartments Wanted,

" ECHO " AND " CHRONICLE " PREPAID RATES for advertisements of Private Sales. Wants Exchange#. House* or Apartments Wanted,

or For Sal« or To Let by Private Treaty. Situa '■ions Vacant or Wanted Articles Lost SCALE OF CHARGES ... ECHO CHRONICLE . No. bix Uays Three Six Echo Word* Once Times Times Once Chronicle ... 1/. 2/- 3/* 3/6 18 ... 1/6 3/• 4/6 5/3 24 ... 21- 4/- 6/- 7/. 30 2/6 5/• 7/6 8/9 Ana P
29 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Foot Fitting by X-Ray Priced from 1 0 408 STRAND, High St., Cheltenham Sizes 5-12.

Foot Fitting by X-Ray Priced from 1 0 408 STRAND, High St., Cheltenham Sizes 5-12.

29 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION JJRUTON, & Co., ESTATE AND HOUSE ACZJNTS, SURVEYORS. AUCTIONEERS, AND VALUERS Of Real and Personal Property for

SALES BY AUCTION JJRUTON, & Co., ESTATE AND HOUSE ACZJNTS, SURVEYORS. AUCTIONEERS, AND VALUERS Of Real and Personal Property for

all Purposes. Fine Art Collections Valued for Estate Duty or Fire Insurance. ALBION CHAMBERS. KING STREET, G L O U C. E S T E Telephone: Gloucester 2 6 7 (2 lines). Telegrams: Bruton's, Gloucester. Illustrated Registers Published. GLOUCESTER MARKET. MONDAY, FEBRUARY Ist, 1937. B
29 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
WJRIPS CHELTENHAM SPA WITH MANY BOOKINGS FROM SURROUNDING STATIONS SATURDAY, JANUARY 30— To NEWBURY (STEEPLECHASES) 7s. 6d. Leave St. James'

WJRIPS CHELTENHAM SPA WITH MANY BOOKINGS FROM SURROUNDING STATIONS SATURDAY, JANUARY 30— To NEWBURY (STEEPLECHASES) 7s. 6d. Leave St. James'

9.20 a.m., Malvern Rd. 9.22 a.m. (Ist CI. lis. 3d.). To LONDON 7s. 6d. Leave St. James' 12.10 p.m., Malvern Rd. 12.12 p.m. (Return 9.25 p.m. or 12.55 nipht). Fourth Round F.A. Cup Ties and Birmingham Pantomimes. STRATFORD-ON-AVON 2s. 6d., BIRMINGHAM 3s. Gd.. WOLVERHAMPTON 4s. Le
29 January 1937 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England