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MOTORIST'S OFFENCES

MOTORIST'S OFFENCES

At the Wallingford County Beach on Friday. Colin G. Birch. of the R.A.F.. was summoned for using a car without a Road Fund licence at Didcot. on October ?4th. for failing to produce a driving licence. and driving a car without a policy of insurance. P.S. Francis gave evidence an
19 January 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
BENSON AND EWELME BRITISH LEGION

BENSON AND EWELME BRITISH LEGION

Children's Tea and Entertainment took place on Saturday last, when nearly 300 children were present. Tea and cracker pulling was over by 5 p.m. The children then settled down to a real firstj class programme, arranged by the Enter, tainments Committee. The programme was follows
19 January 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
TURKISH DRIED FRUITS

TURKISH DRIED FRUITS

It is stated that. as a result of the new Anglo-Turkish trade agreement, Great Britain will in future buy the whole of Turkey's exports of dried fruits. part of which used to go to Germany. This should reduce the retail prices of most dried fruits. under an amending order which
19 January 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
kusommo , vi; maw

kusommo , vi; maw

ST. MARY'S STREET, WALLINGFORD.
19 January 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
OUR NAVAL ALLY

OUR NAVAL ALLY

The Polish Navy. fighting side by side fwith the British Navy, comprises two submarines. three destroyers and .14 trawlers and drifters. now engaged in minesweeping and other tasks. In addition. 36 vessels of Poland's metrantile marine .are at the Allies disposal. RED CROSS GRAN
17 May 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 

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SUGAR FOR JAM

SUGAR FOR JAM

Hinseholders who .propose to make jam are urged by the Food Minister to economise on sugar and devote a part of their rations to supplementing the sugar allowance whioli they will. in due eourse be granted for jam-making.
17 May 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
Have your Car P. L.

Have your Car P. L.

BERKSHIRE EXECUTIVE OF THE NATIONAL FARMERS' UNION ANATIONAL agricultural survey, labour problems. better livestock prices in July. August and September. and more straight feeding-stuffs for (animals were among the many suibjects discussed at Saturday's meeting of the Berkshire
17 May 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
galls & Oxon lltditlrial and Publishing Maas: 3 St. Marro Streit, Wallingford. Telegrams : Jenkins, Printers, Wallingford. Mr. SENSIBLE'S COLUMN.

galls & Oxon lltditlrial and Publishing Maas: 3 St. Marro Streit, Wallingford. Telegrams : Jenkins, Printers, Wallingford. Mr. SENSIBLE'S COLUMN.

Nile upon mile of chimneys pour out heavy sin, le, roofing the city with dark Inside the towering ; vas, electric fur: aces consume trucklai:Asof scrap and turn them into molten metal. Stel.l- placed in position the moulds suspended from great crane., and stand clear as the whit
13 December 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
FUNERAL OF Mr. F. H. NAYLOR. The funeral service for Mr. F. H. Naylor, managing director tor Walter C. Hunt

FUNERAL OF Mr. F. H. NAYLOR. The funeral service for Mr. F. H. Naylor, managing director tor Walter C. Hunt

(Wallingford) Ltd., hay and Corn merchants took place at St. Mary's Church, Wallingford on Monday and was conducted by the Bev. H. P. Bowen Amongst those present were : Messrs. Campbell Dykes W. Oliver and J. F. Thomas (cap..ain, treasurer and secretary of the Berks County Bowli
13 December 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
`§trits eron Editorial and Publishing Offices : 3 St. Mary's Strait, Wallin ford. Telegrams : Jenkins, Printers, Wallingford. Telephone No.

`§trits eron Editorial and Publishing Offices : 3 St. Mary's Strait, Wallin ford. Telegrams : Jenkins, Printers, Wallingford. Telephone No.

; Wallingford 81 !$. ON OUR OWN GROUND. While there is no denying that the acceptance of an armist.ce by the Bordeaux Government has come as a grievous shock to all who admire and love France, its main effect has been to strengthen and consolidate our determination to carry on t
28 June 1940 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England