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GRAND GARDEN FETE

GRAND GARDEN FETE

INOON ORANGE, SNITTERFIELD (by kind permission of Miss Chadwick). BAND. DANCING. All kinds of STALLS. RUMMAGE SALE BOWLING FOR LIVE PIG. COCOANUT SHIES. RODEO HORSE. HOUP-LA, Valuable Prizes. ant. R. A. EDEN. M.P.. will give au Address during the Evening. Admission: 1,2 (includi
05 June 1926 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
RURAL INDUSTRIES.

RURAL INDUSTRIES.

CATTLE PLAGUE DISCOVERY. DISEASE IMPORTED FOREIGN PIGS Colonel Walter Guinness, Minister of Agriculture, gave the Council of Agriculture on Tuesday the important news that the origin of fool and mouth disease outbreaks in this country has been traced. The Minister stated that th
05 June 1926 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
SEVEN' OUTBREAKS,

SEVEN' OUTBREAKS,

There had been seven oiitbrcaks in the vicinity of bacon factory at Carluke and tliej were all traced to virulently infected carcasses brought in from Holland and Belgium through Rotterdam. They had another case of foreign infection through Carlisle, and shipload including infec
05 June 1926 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
TIPS FOR CHARITY.

TIPS FOR CHARITY.

Miss Dorothy Gish, the screen actress, unveiled a tablet at bed in Charing Cross Hospital, London, which has been endowed with the tips bestowed by the public on the staff of the Plaza Theatre, W. An average £5 per week received by the staff, who. not being allowed to accept gra
05 June 1926 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
HAMPTON LUCY.

HAMPTON LUCY.

The School.— After a three weeks’ closure for measles, the school re-opened on Monday morning. The attendance, however, was so poor that the Medical Officer Health ordered the school to closed another week. St, Peter’s Church. —ln the absence of the Veil. Archdeacon Back (rector
05 June 1926 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 

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BITTEN BY A BABOON.

BITTEN BY A BABOON.

BITTEN BABOON. An Arabian baboon which escaped from a circus cage at Clonakilty. Co. Cork, severely mauled Miss Lizzie Duffy, who was feeding a pet goat. Her forearm was badly lacerated, and when rescued she was almost unconscious from her iniurics. The circus proprietor stunned
05 June 1926 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
EVERY-DAY RULES.

EVERY-DAY RULES.

Never ridicule sacred thtugs, or what others may esteem as such, however absurd they may appear to you. Never resent a suppoeed injury Ulf you know the views motive., of {he autlior of it. On no occasion relate it. Always take the part of an absent person who is censured in comp
02 June 1926 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England
 
1926 Improved Valor Perfection OIL COOKING STOVES IN GREAT VARIETY - / LOWEST PRICES. I = mg IMMEDIATE • DELIVERY.

1926 Improved Valor Perfection OIL COOKING STOVES IN GREAT VARIETY - / LOWEST PRICES. I = mg IMMEDIATE • DELIVERY.

• FROM SEE 29/6 WINDOWS. EACH.
02 June 1926 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England
 
THE LATE MIT. USERAL NS 'FOUST SMS.

THE LATE MIT. USERAL NS 'FOUST SMS.

THE LATE MIT. USERAL 'FOUST Before commencing tS business of the Saxninudham Petty Sessions on boc4, the Chairman (Mr. Y. Eglsert Hollond) tsferrisd to the be. sustained by the Bench and the district hy LW, 461114 af Lieut.-Gen. Sir, Herbert Mlles. Mr. HoHood said gentleman Inal
02 June 1926 - The Halesworth Times and East Suffolk Advertiser. - Halesworth, Suffolk, England