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;URCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY SALE OF WORK will be held '111t: C.ITHEDRAL REFECTORY THURSDAY, MAY 12th by Mrs. Harry Bushby, at

;URCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY SALE OF WORK will be held '111t: C.ITHEDRAL REFECTORY THURSDAY, MAY 12th by Mrs. Harry Bushby, at

11.30 (11.1 rrnan : MAJOR WELCH . made and Country Prodwee things you need to wear and Morning Coffee, Lunch and Tea
30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
(By OUR LEAGUE CORRESPONDENT.

(By OUR LEAGUE CORRESPONDENT.

The fifth ecnsecutive season of the revived Chester and District Amateur Cricket League opens On Saturday. May 7th and if present Indications are anything to go by. 1938 should prove to be a really record season. Last season was certainly very enjoyable. favoured with glorious w
30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MONDAY. MAY 2nd.

MONDAY. MAY 2nd.

MONDAY. MAY 2nd . Doncaster Roversv. York City—H. Nattraas Gateshead v Southport—E. D. Smith Lincoln City v. Tranmere Rovers—G. Salmon --- CILMHIRE COUNTY LEAGUE. SATURDAY. APRIL 30th. Runcorn v Altrinchant—W. H. Kelly Ashton National v. Pcrt Vale--J. Guest Buxton v. Winsford Uni
30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A PRIVELFSS HERITAGE.

A PRIVELFSS HERITAGE.

Mr. Bert Retnolds. "as a son of Chester' amociated himself with Aid. Matthewson views. Before long. those Rows would crumble. unless care were taken of them. Although the purchase price did appear to be a high figure. it was nothing compared with what would accrue to the city if
30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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DRUM HEAD SERVICE.

DRUM HEAD SERVICE.

The Drum Head senice was held on the field behind the church. and was conducted by the Vicar (Rev. John Phillips). assisted by Rev S.J. Atkin, formerly of MllesPlatting, who a - as making his first appearance in the parish since his appointment as curate. The clergy were support
30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
-. SMITHFIELD & THE AGRICULTURAL HALL.

-. SMITHFIELD & THE AGRICULTURAL HALL.

SMITHFIELD & THE AGRICULTURAL HALL. LEONARD WRIOHT & CO will conduct their Great Weekly Sale of FAT CATTLE. FAT SHEEP. FAT & STORE PIGS. FAT & REARING CALVES. Stock forward last 'Tuesday. 365 FAT CATTLE. 883 FAT and STORE MOS. 1102 FAT SHEEP. FAT and 2888 CALVES. SALES: Calves at
30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ESTATES WANTED.

ESTATES WANTED.

MANOMETER Business Man welts el EXTENSIVE AGRICULTURAL ESTATE, preferably Cheshire or Shropshire. 13.009 Acres with or without mansion house. —Partici'larS to Jackson Stops and Start, 15, Bond street, Let& (Tel. 21021.1
30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
A STERN BUDGET.

A STERN BUDGET.

Whatever may be said about Sir John Simon's Budget, its severest critics must admit that it is a Budget that faces the stern realities of the situation with courage and honesty. To the man in the street, the most vital features of every Budget are the promise of a remission of t
30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CITY AND COUNTY OP THZ CITY

CITY AND COUNTY OP THZ CITY

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30 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England