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COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.

COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.

On Monday morning, at Amersham, before Mr. E. Mathews, Thomas William Gilder, private in the Oxfordshire Light Infantry, was charged with, at Coleshill, breaking and entering the dwelling-house of George Wingrove, farm labourer, and feloniously stealing therefrom one doublebarre
16 September 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
ETON RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL

ETON RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL

The periodical meeting of this authority was held at the Workhouse on Tuesday morning, when there were present Mr. J. Hartopp Nash (chairman), Dr. J. H. Waters (vice-chairman). Rev. R. H. Lath - - bury, Commander A. B. C. Booth, Miss C. K. Tollemac h e, Messrs. F. Baxter, Z. H.
16 September 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX & BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ADVERTIsEic, UXBRIDGE, HARROW & WATFORD JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905.

MIDDLESEX & BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ADVERTIsEic, UXBRIDGE, HARROW & WATFORD JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905.

16 September 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
On WEDNESDAY, MAY 24th, 1505,

On WEDNESDAY, MAY 24th, 1505,

At 2 o clock sharp, the following lots A. NEARLY NEW ELEVATOR with gear work complete by K. T. Roberts, 2 nearly new hay carts htted with fore and tail ladders, a Howard's horse rake, a ditto hay redder, a nearly-new mowing machine. a SO-load rick cloth with ropes, poles, and ba
20 May 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE MILK CONTRACT.

THE MILK CONTRACT.

A letter was read from Mr. W. Matthews, of Little Shardeloes, saying it was quite impossible for him to attend the meeting to further deal with the milk contract, as he would be in Jersey. Mr. Gurney had written to him, refusing his terms, and insinuating he had not acted straig
20 May 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
SACRED BAND CONCERT AT UXBRIDGE.

SACRED BAND CONCERT AT UXBRIDGE.

In aid of the Uxbridge Urban District Nursing Association a grand sacred concert was given by a massed .band in the Uxbridge Cricket Field on Sunday afternoon last. It was arranged solely by Mr. W. J. Douglas Sheriff, who is to be highly congratulated on the success with which h
20 May 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
surnuaL miumnoNma DIES WHH

surnuaL miumnoNma DIES WHH

miumnoNma DIES WHH PREACHING. The nightly meeting of the Salvation Army at the Southall Barracks was brought to an abrupt conclusion on Monday night, by an unusally tragic incident. Towards the close of the service an elderly man, named Junes Soar, living in Hartington Road, Sout
20 May 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
COURTEOUSLY AND HONOURABLY

COURTEOUSLY AND HONOURABLY

TREATED. We lend money to male and female householders, shopkeepers, farmers, cow-keepers. market gardeners, private and professional gentlemen, clergymen, and others, - UPON NOTE OF HAND ALONE. Likewise upon furniture without removal life policies, and to those having expectati
20 May 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
Tekiphone : No. 48, WINDSOR. No. 28, swum!. No. 2472 GERRARD, LONDON. 'LOUGH WEEKLY CATTLE MARKET. Established 1850. Messrs. BUCKLAND

Tekiphone : No. 48, WINDSOR. No. 28, swum!. No. 2472 GERRARD, LONDON. 'LOUGH WEEKLY CATTLE MARKET. Established 1850. Messrs. BUCKLAND

& SONS' WEEKLY SALE of LIVE STOCK of all descriptions is held EVERY TIIIRDAY, at the Sale Field, adjoining the heist Western Railway Station at Slough, oonimencing at ONE o clock precisely. Auction Offices, 4, Bloomsbury Square, %ondon; Slough, and Windsor.
08 April 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
TELEPHONE 045 NATIONAL. WHY SHOP IN LONDON ? LOOK AT Tili IS 2

TELEPHONE 045 NATIONAL. WHY SHOP IN LONDON ? LOOK AT Tili IS 2

08 April 1905 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England