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Gooseberries

Gooseberries

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23 April 1925 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
I.O\(i MKLFOUI) V. STOWMAI.’KKT.

I.O\(i MKLFOUI) V. STOWMAI.’KKT.

I.O\(i V. STOWMAI.’KKT. un in titrating Bury uml Uintriet I.« ikiii* luiitch at Slomniarket, Suturi tv. t in win for the home team five L'oal* to one, over Ix'ng Mellord. F rfin •in* Ilining tlierc was no doubt as tli,. result, for Stowmarket had the game »<• themselves without g
23 April 1925 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
DUCTIYE ACRES. TO THE EDITOR.

DUCTIYE ACRES. TO THE EDITOR.

Sir. —This subject, out in your last issue, calls tor study from many points vi?w. The National Farmers* Union, in manifestos issued at election time*, avow their ol m the following words: “To safeguard and promote home food production, maintain our rural population, and diminis
23 April 1925 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
Circulated in Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire

Circulated in Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire

No, 1,729 BTAHPBD, it. M. Mr Qurttr VNBTAMPBD, it gestingthokpe. OLD ESTABLISHED BRICK WORKS. N^al gi 11 Weakness If: °'App*^, otbm,,, | A Stl^e nat^ oa, ath, • o#hening To„ , ELIZABETH RATHER ordered .tiVer, ZZIOm i (fle ffead &c should fry ®' ® liver n ILS gEOB to infona the p
3 October 1888 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
MR. CHAMBERLAIN ON

MR. CHAMBERLAIN ON

QJUAD6TONITE ANARCHY. Mr. Chambarlain addressed meeting Friday evening in the Albert Hall, Nottingham. The Duke St. Albans presided, and resolution, welcoming Mr. Chamberlain, was earned by large majority, only lew bands being held up against it. la to the resolution, Mr. Chambe
3 October 1888 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
M.’PPLIIS ON »AL«.

M.’PPLIIS ON »AL«.

Oct 1, 1888. Oct. 3, 1887. 2800 Beasts ... 7800 Sheep and lambs . 102 110 Calves Pigs. . . . • Milch cows Beasts Sheep and lambs Calves Pigs Milch raws Foreign Sheep, : Calves, —. From the Midland, Home, and Western Counties ws received > beasts ; from Norfolk. Su**olk. and Esse
3 October 1888 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
WOOL MARKET.

WOOL MARKET.

The wool market has not developed any fresh feature. Business Colonial produce since the close of the pub* lie sales has been limited, prices rem.uning the same English wool was quiet at late rates.
3 October 1888 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
18 HEAD OF HORSE STOCK

18 HEAD OF HORSE STOCK

Including Powerful Cart MARES and GELDINGS, of good XO ages, and 5 Cart Colts and Foals; 20 Grazing Steers, ten of which are very forward in condition and fit for the batcher, and a Fat Bull, SWINE. And a good collection of carriages, Implements, machines, Ac., including 6 road
3 October 1888 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
HAVBit FULL.

HAVBit FULL.

FULL. Harvest THANKsoiviNG.— To-day (Thursday) the Festival will be held the Parish Church, the preacher on the occasion will be the Rev. Hugh Flemming, of Great Thurlow. On Sunday the services will be repeated. The offertories on both occasions will divided betwixt Addeubrooke’s
3 October 1888 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England
 
of Affairs”

of Affairs”

(Says Solicitor) Alleged Wilful Contravention of Pig and Food Regulations T>OXFORD Magistrates sitting all day Friday heard seven■* * teen cases which well-known people in the district were concerned in alleged contravention of Ministry of Food Regulations in regard to the keepi
12 June 1947 - Suffolk and Essex Free Press - Sudbury, Suffolk, England