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at 7-30 p.m.

at 7-30 p.m.

Tickets 1/-, or pay at the door. Splendid Prizes, 4 Gentlemen’s, 4 Ladies’.
11 November 1933 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
ROAD INFORMATION.

ROAD INFORMATION.

War wick-More ton-in-Marsh.—Road widening near . Tredington. Widening at Moreton-in- Marsh. Repairs near Ettington completed. Leamington-Prinoethorpe-Rugby.—Repairs at Frankton Wood mile from Princethorpc). Stratford-Banbury.—Widening Plllerlon Priors, 8 miles from Stratford. He
11 November 1933 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
PARCEL NIGHT AT SISTERHOOD. SEVERAL GUESTS AT TUESDAY S MEKTING. MRS. LLOYD EVANS’ REFERENCE INCREASING MEMBERSHIP. Reference to the increasing

PARCEL NIGHT AT SISTERHOOD. SEVERAL GUESTS AT TUESDAY S MEKTING. MRS. LLOYD EVANS’ REFERENCE INCREASING MEMBERSHIP. Reference to the increasing

membership '. V made Warwick Sisterhood Tuesday evening by the chairman (Mrs. A. Lloyd Evans, 0.8. E.), when several guests were invited to participate in the half-yearly feature Parcel Night.” The guests were the Major and Mayoress of Warwick (Alderman Major JI. N. and Mrs. For
11 November 1933 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
Overcoat Time is Here. have every confidence that the new range will maintain their reputation for keen value. ; Call

Overcoat Time is Here. have every confidence that the new range will maintain their reputation for keen value. ; Call

and inspect the new styles at ••THE MAN’S SHOP,” where the art of dressing distinctively is cultivated. [ 17,] Market Place, WARWICK. in* required- Prevents rot indexudo. Rolls, is sq.yds. 51- tesTy?/-- OfslflroMongCT*. HE 'IIUBEROip CO.. LTD. |
11 November 1933 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
text of the message was as follows: the annals of racing in this country.- * I am commanded by the

text of the message was as follows: the annals of racing in this country.- * I am commanded by the

King to express yon his Majesty’s hearty congratulations Mrs. Maria Wright, who lives with her on winning your 247th race and by this daughter, Mrs. Coleman, at Firtree House, splendid achievement establishing a record in Combs, near Stowmarket, was on Sunday.
11 November 1933 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
E COAT

E COAT

THAT REFLECTS THE MODE AT TJ BEST WE STOCK THE WORLD FAMOUS SODEN -WARM COAT FOR LADIES Lightest and Warmest Coat in existence, from ALL WOOL DIAGONAL VELOUR NAVY, NIGGER, FAWN, GREY. rices 63/= & 84/= 84/- quality is fitted with magnificent liar of Luxurious Real Fur. Pay us vi
04 November 1933 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
WOMAN DEAD IN BATH OPEN VERDICT AT INQUEST

WOMAN DEAD IN BATH OPEN VERDICT AT INQUEST

Mr. Ingleby Oddle, the Westminster coroner, recorded an open verdict at the inquest on Miss Florence Duck, aged 48, who was found dead in a bath in her flat at Rogers House, Page Street, Westminster. The woman was partly dressed, and the wooden cover of the bath was closed. Medi
09 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
TWO WOMEN

TWO WOMEN

Pur three day women, Mrs. .Mr-, Isabella A Pi-aii, j>, listenet Court to et them in suppot that they had toimcction Willi thiiiig into tt Lily Gray Moff constant atlent while she explt in 1U25 lu-i husband About nine nt voting man nan they became i learning tol-od Peebles, marry
09 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ABDUCTION CHARGE

ABDUCTION CHARGE

PRISON FOR MAN WHO PROMISED CIRL NICE CLOTHES Sentence of six months’ haul labour was passed at Essex at Chelmsford on Frederick Anderson, aged 43, described as labourer, of no fixed abode, who was i barge* with abducting 16-ycars old girl. Mr. Derek Curtis Bennett (pro-m ming)
09 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
OUR SPECIAL COUP WINS eicht hom« wimmebs all CORRECT

OUR SPECIAL COUP WINS eicht hom« wimmebs all CORRECT

OUR SPECIAL COUP WINS eicht hom« all CORRECT Third time lucky as the old saying goes. And so it was as far as our home winners were concerned. All correct and money In pocket for those fortunate punters who follow our advice. Our contributor expects hotter things in the future, b
09 November 1933 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England