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SLAUGHAM.

SLAUGHAM.

CHURCH LADS' BRIGADE. —On Whit-Sunday tbeSlaugham Company Church, Lad's Brigade Cadets K.R.R. and the Scouts attended service at the Parish Church, marching there with their bugles acd drums from the old school. The Rev. W. A. DENGATE took the whole service. It may be worth noti
28 May 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
MEMORABLE FIGHT,

MEMORABLE FIGHT,

Long and earnestly did many women in Cuckfield strive for the Parliamentary vote, and that they were spared to see their hearts' desire realised afforded them the greatest satisfaction, and on Thursday afternoon they attended a service of thanksgiving in the Congregational Churc
28 May 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, FARMERS,

TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, FARMERS,

AND OTHERS. DENMARK HMIS, S RILL,JUNCTION ROAD, RURONS About 5 minutes' walk from Station. MESCAL J. R. TEORZTON i CO. have been favoured with instructions to Bell by Auction upon the premises u above. TO-MORROW—WEDNESDAY, MAY 29td, At TWILVI o'clock precisely, The Valuable STOO
28 May 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
FARMERS AND THEIR INCOME TAX.

FARMERS AND THEIR INCOME TAX.

I.—The new Budget proposals provide that the Profits of a Farmer assessed under Schedule B shall reckoned as equal to twice the full rent or annual value of the land which he farms. 2.—A Farmer has the right to be assessed under Schedule D, instead of Schedule B, but he must giv
28 May 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
Twenty words in this Prepaid. EFOB HATCHING. White Wyandotte, .E.l White Leghorn, Rhode Island Ned, Mlaying grabs, Is. dos—!anew ,

Twenty words in this Prepaid. EFOB HATCHING. White Wyandotte, .E.l White Leghorn, Rhode Island Ned, Mlaying grabs, Is. dos—!anew ,

I Withalleld Haywards Hasa. 'VOX BALL ILABBITS, good strain, cheap —BnowN, Beath Road. Harms& Heath. VOBLI, HaHRH, Six weeks old, ss. eseb.—Apply We. M. Wilfrid's, Burgess Hill. LI ABBITS —Maeda Giant sad other Bucks AT 13, STUD AND FOR SALL Nam Ragland Road, Hayward* Reath.
28 May 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 

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UNGALOW FOR SALE (Humphreys), Two rooms ll4ft. square, one Sift. by 4itt. Make excellent 0111oes.—Exors. T. HOLMAN, Penharboor, Horstpierpoint. DOG

UNGALOW FOR SALE (Humphreys), Two rooms ll4ft. square, one Sift. by 4itt. Make excellent 0111oes.—Exors. T. HOLMAN, Penharboor, Horstpierpoint. DOG

KINNBL FOR SALE—WeII made; nearly new; 40in. by 27in.—Apply DAMMAM, Arnold. Cottage, Fairmount Road, H.sywards Heath. "DOR SALE, DOG CART, Warner Sloths, cob size; .L also TRAP AND HARNESS, Pon size, splendid condition. Cheap .- 1 LONDON ROAD, Burgess HilL "DOR SAM, SEED POTATOE
28 May 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
S 8 FOB BALL — Apply GALT WALSTIL&D !WM, Limit ad,

S 8 FOB BALL — Apply GALT WALSTIL&D !WM, Limit ad,

28 May 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
Tu.. 48U.

Tu.. 48U.

28 May 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
Cts.i $F ' 4** \fit) 4.40 r

Cts.i $F ' 4** \fit) 4.40 r

Cts.i \fit) 4.40 r Oppogite Prat„.treat). Carpets in Axminster & Art Squares. An upholsterer, Sc , in South Road, applied for the renewal of the certificate of his son, who acted as manager, salesman and clerk, but as the eon had not yet received his grading certificate the case
28 May 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
AMERICA'S LARGE FORCES COMING TO OUR AID. With the cordial co-operation of the British and French Commanders-in-Chief, General Foch has

AMERICA'S LARGE FORCES COMING TO OUR AID. With the cordial co-operation of the British and French Commanders-in-Chief, General Foch has

been charged by the British, French and American Governments to co-ordinate the action of the Allied Armies on the Western Front. In a letter to Sir Douglas Haig, describing impressions of his recent, tour of the battle front, the King said " No Army could be in better heart, br
02 April 1918 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England