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ROTARIANS HEAR "MASTER BAKER" ADDRESS

ROTARIANS HEAR "MASTER BAKER" ADDRESS

Giving an interesting talk on the "Master Baker " at the Rotarians lunch at the Drive Hotel on Monday, Mr. D. S. MacLachlan referred to the new high frequency baking, which could bake a one pound loaf in four minutes. High frequency bakery was in its infancy, he declared. The ma
4 February 1949 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
i"CHRONICLE" MOTOR KART

i"CHRONICLE" MOTOR KART

1948 LOW Slikago Saloon wanted.—MaralialL 28, Ilruton-place, Berkeley-square, Louden, W.I. Phone: Mayfair 62.23. F 4 C AR wanted; low mileage and ea, efully maintained; lip. unimportant. Please state details and price, Mr. Harold, 19. Kingsgate-11 avenue. London, N. 3. FlNehley
4 February 1949 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
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4 February 1949 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
DEVONSHIRE r i RE PARK • General Hammer: CHARLES W. SELL This Week . - SET TO PARTNERS Week Commencing

DEVONSHIRE r i RE PARK • General Hammer: CHARLES W. SELL This Week . - SET TO PARTNERS Week Commencing

Monday, February 7th ROBERT ATKINS :: • :: OLIVE SLOANE U, The Famous Story TREASURE ISLAND Adapted from Robert Louts Stevenson with Fall *pert* Compaq. Direct tie Fume Theatre One• tegittly at S o'clock. Matinevs: Wednesday and Batkirdal at 2 . 30 . OW VI to 1/a. IN mate at lA.
4 February 1949 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
MEAT STARTS FIRES

MEAT STARTS FIRES

Meat left unattended in an electric oven caught tire at 24, Hyde-gardens at about 2.30 p.m. on Monday. It was extinguished by the brigade by using a foam extinguisher. W. meow • Omanlst smilmsbh Woe Is SMa• eisodltlon le as n WO's, MNoss to smarm of Ma% krt. • • , $‘ - ":-,:, '
26 August 1949 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
TWO TOWN HALL INQUESTS TO-DAY 87-YEARS-OLD WOMAN FELL AT HOME

TWO TOWN HALL INQUESTS TO-DAY 87-YEARS-OLD WOMAN FELL AT HOME

Two inquests are to be held at the Town Hall to-day. The first will be conducted on Mrs. Alice Cruse, 4, Sackville-road, Hailsham, an 87-years-o 1 d woman, who died at the Princess Alice Hospital after being admitted on August 12 following a fall at her home. The other is concer
26 August 1949 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
PUBUC NOTICES

PUBUC NOTICES

EASTSOUNNE OFFICIAL HANDBOOK, 1014 !ANYONE wishing to advertise in the above publication can obtain particulars of advertising rates an spaces available from the Publicity Department, Information Bureau, Railway elation, Restboarne. All orders copy must be submitted not later th
26 August 1949 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
danday, & to September at se trir (Swaim Trip) 1/4 up to sad P-m. .-,..--•*- 1 1

danday, & to September at se trir (Swaim Trip) 1/4 up to sad P-m. .-,..--•*- 1 1

26 August 1949 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England
 
COME WHAT MATT

COME WHAT MATT

COME WHAT An application to open a now tea house at Pevensey before the Hai!sham Rural Council on Wednesday, when some members decided cars parking them might prove a nuisance. Capt. C. F. Gardner said the main Pevensey road was strategical, and for all ono knww it be most neoess
26 August 1949 - Eastbourne Chronicle - Eastbourne, Sussex, England