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PARISH OHDROH CHOIR NOTICE.

PARISH OHDROH CHOIR NOTICE.

April Ist, I!»l7—l'aim Sundry, Venite Nares in A. Psalms Troutbeck in D. Bridge in A, Te Deum Fitzherbert in F. Hymns 99. 98. AFTERNOON, Children’s Service, 2.30 p.m. Shrine Procession at 3 p.m. EVENSONG. 13. .Foster in G minor and major. Smith in G minor and major,] Magnificat
29 March 1917 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
'Phone: 1011BAJJBURY

'Phone: 1011BAJJBURY

29 March 1917 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BANBURY EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

BANBURY EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

29 March 1917 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
RIGHT DOWN.

RIGHT DOWN.

Than I) so need tuy Oh««p Baak-Toid Koto Blotolm when got Oorootry HaohlaM too Boat litken la th. World thoM prtaM t Htunbere, Singer*, Swifts, from 6*. Oalootti, Stars, from £6 15s. with Donlop made tyrei and all fitting*. Cheaper Maohinee, with reliable tyres, £3ls*. £4 10*.,
29 March 1917 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
TRIBUNAL.

TRIBUNAL.

A YEAR S WORK. At the mooting of the Oxfordshire Appeal Tri* burial on Tuesday at Oxford, the Chairman (Mr, Francis Fitz Gerald) made the following interesting statement of work accomplished during the twelve months ending March 17th : No of appeals and applications lodged, 1,38
29 March 1917 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 

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MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

It was agreed not to have any exchange of pulpit this year, but to have a collection Union Sunday, the second Sunday in May, which the objects the union should definitely stated. The Rev. J. Craio Kelly read the annual report, which stated that there had been a net loss of nine
29 March 1917 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
SOME USEFUL RECIPES.

SOME USEFUL RECIPES.

Apple Pudding. —Peel some good cooking apples and core them without breaking, lay them in a tin the oven until nearly cooked. Then pour into the baking tin well-made custard and set in the oven until the custard is cooked—cuetard should not allowed to boil, or tbe milk is apt tu
16 March 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SIR A. LEE TO PLOUGHMEN.

SIR A. LEE TO PLOUGHMEN.

Sir Arthur Lee, the Director-General Food Production, has addressed appeal to ploughmen and worker* on the land. “In the trenches German shells come oyer on Sunday on weekdays; German submarines are just as active Sundays as any other day," he writes. “The enemy takes no holiday
16 March 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FOR THE LAMBING SEASON. aOSTLINQ’S

FOR THE LAMBING SEASON. aOSTLINQ’S

SHEPHERDS’ THE WELL-KNOWN MU. ' STRAINING
16 March 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
DISS CHURCH. ■ma. 4th Bnndaj In liant. Uomlng—9l, 183, 530 BTeDiDR-254, 283, 194, 23 Preacher—ll Tha Rector, 630 Baa. H.

DISS CHURCH. ■ma. 4th Bnndaj In liant. Uomlng—9l, 183, 530 BTeDiDR-254, 283, 194, 23 Preacher—ll Tha Rector, 630 Baa. H.

Drake. Wednesday. Evening—B7, 332, 208 Preacher—7 p.m , The Rector.
16 March 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England