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FUN, FACTS & FANCIES.

FUN, FACTS & FANCIES.

17 November 1928 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
Evesham.

Evesham.

WHITFORD AND SONS, EVE/IRAN, HORTICULTURAL & AGRI," CULTURAL SUNDRYMEK, Rope, Twine, Raffia, Sad', Paint and Oil Merchants. Amu for McDougall Summar Fruit Tree Washer, and Agenla for the Fountain Fruit Tress Spraying Machines and Four Oak Knapsack!. Writ. for prices.
24 November 1928 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
Fire Blocks. Fire Blocks 35/. Ton Delivered. ALSO

Fire Blocks. Fire Blocks 35/. Ton Delivered. ALSO

24 November 1928 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
CRAVEN MO% HOUSING.

CRAVEN MO% HOUSING.

The Clerk said he had the contract for the purchase of the laud for housing at Craven Arms, from Mr. G. W. Hide. The Clerk said be had also received a letter from the Ministry of Health as to the application to purchase 7!; acres of land at Craven Arms for housing purposes. He t
24 November 1928 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
SURVHVOR'S RRPORT.

SURVHVOR'S RRPORT.

Mr. R. Humphreys reported : Stoke St. Milhorough, Team Bridge.—Thi bridge was on the road leading fr Newton to Plackford. The masonry of the arch at one point had given way and a small section of the sides required rebuilding. The bridge formed the boundary between Cleobury Mort
24 November 1928 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 

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Ironmonger & House Furnisher 19,West St., Leominster R 4 11111ERY UNDER ARMS. liy Rolf Boldrewood. THE KINGTON TIMES. NOVEMBER 24. 1928. REVIEWS. TESS OF THE TeURBERVILLES. By Thomas Hardy. Ttss of the I)Trbervilles is possibly the finest, certainly the most popular, novel of th
24 November 1928 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
KINGTON POSTAL CFFICPAL.

KINGTON POSTAL CFFICPAL.

PI:FSENTATION To MR. POWELL. Mr. Thomas Powell, of 3S, Duke Street, Kington, has ben awarded the Imperial Service Medal on the occasion of his retirement from the Postal service, after a period of 41 years, and on 3limdap evening there was an interesting ceremony at the het Offi
24 November 1928 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
SCOUT ORDERS.

SCOUT ORDERS.

King's Hall Troop.—Sunday : Scouts' Own, to a.m. sharp. Monday : Gym. nasium, Scouts 7.30 p.m.; Rovers 8 p.m. Wednesday - , Lantern lecture and concert in the King's Hall, 7.30 p.m., " Summer Tour in the Franco. Spanish Pyrenees." Everybody welcome. Thursday Patrol, 7.30 p.m.. e
24 November 1928 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
Housing Schemes.

Housing Schemes.

Incidentally I have heard from another source indications of the good type of buildings erected on the site of old slums at SomerstoUThat was a good point which was. gout them' at St. George's Church bazaar on Wednesday, when this scheme was contrasted with those schemes which t
24 November 1928 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England
 
The T" t, neated -lay of and It. e vening o f grave First ' tercoursi o f Wow make

The T" t, neated -lay of and It. e vening o f grave First ' tercoursi o f Wow make

ti serving 'fuc lii tainmett wire tc T iers,, 3enge I the 511, opplatv t b ei n lndivid minute pled a job on hat
24 November 1928 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England