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The 211 Ruched.

The 211 Ruched.

The Gloucester fielding was very keen, but their will•to-win won too keen. thin , they sip• pealed against Gilbert for • catch at the wicket. when his bat was three inches from the ball. However. he was out to a splendid melt by the Glgoiscester Captain at short mid-off km a lus
20 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
Weile He Bathed.

Weile He Bathed.

Brussels. Saturday.—Tho King of the gians, and an equerry. after enjoying a bathe at Manakerke, near Ontend. returned to then. cabins to find that a gold watch worth 10.000 francs. a god knife and chain, and a pocketbook containing 500 francs. had been stolen- An inquiry had bee
20 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
EVESHAII SMITHFIELD.

EVESHAII SMITHFIELD.

31ooda).—Vegetablea: A.poragto 1.. Dd. to 4. per luJ; brso.—brotul 1.. 21. to 21. per pat; rouser OS. to 9d. per lb.; dwarf 64. to Old. pre lb.; 8.....tr00t 1.. 44, to 2.. 6d. prr trot: Parrot. 2d. to 8.1. tor Jos.; raultfiover. be. 24. to 2.. bd. per doa.; lettuto--cabbsge 3d.
20 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
Thy Hottest Day for a Tear.

Thy Hottest Day for a Tear.

After the hotto t ,ght of the sear on Mon dits —the imiiperaiiiie in Loudon did not go below 60 ilegries —Londoners •noke with the feeling that tie heat ease hail really arrived. Loudon'. temperature no 'Tuesday jumped to 89 at Kra and 88 at Kensington Palace. In the City. where
20 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
It is economy to use THORLEY'S FOOD. Maker Um bulk feed go further end fattens stock more quickly. animas healthyand

It is economy to use THORLEY'S FOOD. Maker Um bulk feed go further end fattens stock more quickly. animas healthyand

thriving. hoe Moll AU *Ws Is *Walk seat .1/CMIIEPH THORLEY. LTD.. se. A/ !aids 'treat. Mugs Lieges.
20 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 

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THREE TEARS IN WEST HAL

THREE TEARS IN WEST HAL

Work of Appoistod Guardiaiu. Shortly before the ternetteutiou of their period of office the three appointed Guardians of West Slam hate issued • report on their administration since they superseded the old West flout Board of Guardians, three years age. In tontrast with their fo
13 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
HINTS AND RECIPES

HINTS AND RECIPES

Ts allay the irritative Wen au, fort, matter enter* the eye or t et meter oil at met.. lodise stoats, ea =a be making the article I. 'milk easklag is the ordia&ry sasere. To renters iron sprinkle the Was with lemon joie*, repair to Med sir, spd if neoeseary repast the promo seve
13 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
EVESHAM lig W•PITAL GALA.

EVESHAM lig W•PITAL GALA.

Tear Str.—Wil) Non he good enough kindly to a low the Ho. ital Gala Coinmittne make it known, through the medium of Your • that it ha. M.•n arranged To fold Ge!.., thin year on Friday and Saturday, Augu,t ,30M. and 31d. In with the Gala it ha. r.ga!ii I vo , do, .dod to Produr.•
13 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
INTERNATIONAL STORES

INTERNATIONAL STORES

TM ()rasing Grown is UN World. ELM Health V Tea :: cafe Groaerieg :: Provides'.
13 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
W UN IV AT lIER 111S1)0M

W UN IV AT lIER 111S1)0M

W UN AT lIER 111S1)0M Row to keep her meet freshest and .onle•t is one of the hourewifes problems doming warm weather days. Front a number of my housewife friends I have c'oPeeted the idea. given below which mar be of one to others who hove not hitherto known these handy little t
13 July 1929 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England