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Planting Fruit Bashes and Banishing. Pests. When the soil becomes a little less sticky • few fruit trees or blithes

Planting Fruit Bashes and Banishing. Pests. When the soil becomes a little less sticky • few fruit trees or blithes

can be planted. The ground should be trenched at least a week previously. The method of planting is practically the same for all trees. Baying first trimmed off with a sharp knife any extra thick. bare roots, rest the base of the main stern firmly at the bottom of • wide bole ab
04 November 1921 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
lINNA" PEAS'

lINNA" PEAS'

Priu:eat wises ask for them hc,:ause they are early gathered, tender young' peas, look like Ma only in packets. All
04 November 1921 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
5,000 OVERCOATS

5,000 OVERCOATS

AT PRIORS RANGING FROM
04 November 1921 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE WAREHOUSE SU PER SALE FOR p ußL ic B Y arrangement with Manufacturers , who, owing to adverse weather

THE WAREHOUSE SU PER SALE FOR p ußL ic B Y arrangement with Manufacturers , who, owing to adverse weather

and trade conditions, have decided to unload their Autumn and Winter Stocks of medium and high-class LADIES' and GENTS' STREET ATTIRE direct to the Public, at less than the cost of production —to realise. FREE OF ALL PROFITS. ?AI Ladies' Coats 1,000 Ladles' Coats* in Velour, Bla
04 November 1921 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
YACHT RACING SEASON.

YACHT RACING SEASON.

TORBAY VIEWS. DAY OP BIG CRAFT ALMOST OVER. There seems a distinct tendency amongst •those interested in yacht Pacing in Torbay think the day of big racing yachts is almost over. several gentlemen who 1 have at heart the traditions j and Royal sport, the opinion was freely ex- p
10 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
MR. BOREHAM'S NEW VOLUME.

MR. BOREHAM'S NEW VOLUME.

I hii spiritual sxig>--eet.veji«f», keen iniigni, gentle I and i-ruoe the of feh® Rev. F. W. Australia, have captured »ura>>er of English readers. 12tii his essays, entitled '1 he Home tlie Echoes," published bhis country by Uiq Pies* (65.). is Diaj-ktd by all of iir. Bore ham p
10 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
WEST OF ENGLAND NEWS

WEST OF ENGLAND NEWS

JJr. Fred gave recital at Okehampton Drillhall last evenings The annual of St. Simon'a Church, Plymouth, lieu a bazaar, realized £489. Mr. E. Barclay Fox, Falmouth, lias been appointed consul for 'Denmark for the South* Western counties. the recent census the population of St. M
10 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
COUNCIL PUZZLED.

COUNCIL PUZZLED.

UNUSUAL SITUATION AT SALTASH Saltash Town last evening, undej the chairmanship of Dr. H. O. (Mayor), found faced with some' what unusual situation. the test meeting the Council accepted the resignation Mr. Morgan, and imposed a fit.'e of Is. The Town Clerk (Mr. I'. now: that the
10 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
GLOOMY PICTURE.

GLOOMY PICTURE.

VANISHED BUDGET SURPLUS, NO DEBT REDUCTION SIR ROBT. HORSE'S STATEMENT. Sir Robert Horne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, presented a gloomy picture of the nation's financial position the House of Commons yesterday. He told the House that the estimated surplus of £177,000,000 has d
10 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SEARCH FOR OUR DEAD

SEARCH FOR OUR DEAD

WORK IN BATTLEFIELD AREA CEASING. Sir L. Worthington-Evans (Secretary for War), in answer to Capt. Thorpe in tie Houso of Commons yesterday, stated that since the armistice the battlefield area in France and Flanders hod systematically searched for bodies at least six times, and
10 November 1921 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England