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iIkVANTED. YOUNG GIRL, for house, work: Elea End Reading.—Write Box 3426. Reading Standard Office.

iIkVANTED. YOUNG GIRL, for house, work: Elea End Reading.—Write Box 3426. Reading Standard Office.

17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
VT children. Boit san, Reading Standard Office. WANTED. of good appearance. for musical ooniedy and troupe; dancing: evenings only.—Write Box

VT children. Boit san, Reading Standard Office. WANTED. of good appearance. for musical ooniedy and troupe; dancing: evenings only.—Write Box

23. Reading Standard Office. NVANTEb ---- AT young HOMEPARLOURMAID, three kept: two In family: good references eseentigl.—Mrs. Benisters. Ftnohampetead.
17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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TILENURST. (ion of Mr. H. W. Boswell. eke' burst Congregational Church Remembrance Service. —At the War Thompson. Memorial in School Road a good number An organ recital and concert gathered to Join in the special Armistice Day the Wednesday evening. Mr. F. En service. The service
17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE CRUELTY OF UNPREPAREDNESS. "Peacemakers as Chief Cause of Fights."

THE CRUELTY OF UNPREPAREDNESS. "Peacemakers as Chief Cause of Fights."

Mr.—The Headmaster of the Reading School must be much amused by the attack from the all-for-peace correspondents who are putting up a fight agaillet him. It is quarrels that cause fights whether beween countries or persons, but these " peacemakers " are the chief cause for them.
17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
44, Wendover Way. Nov. 15th. MERELY A SIGNATURE. ..stj

44, Wendover Way. Nov. 15th. MERELY A SIGNATURE. ..stj

JOHN TAYLOR. 81r,—It chanced that some one in the parish died and the relatives desired cremation. but according to Law the certificate has to be signed by a magistrate. Hvery Berkshire parish does not have a resident magistrate. We here have to go to Reading to find out who are
17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
E. JACKSON

E. JACKSON

& Sons, Ltd.
17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
In7.rcdAd Road Fatalities in Barks and County Borough.

In7.rcdAd Road Fatalities in Barks and County Borough.

RIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1933. AND MIMI/KING OMCZO. 13 4 15, VALPY BTessr. READING relegrani6: " needing Standar d. e e phone Nos.: _ R o w s nould we address the new Mayor This question has naturally . discussed of late owing to the Tor the first time a woman has . to the Chief Magi
17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
POWER STATION TRAGEDY. Nowlin Man Who Fell Nearly 200 Fed. CORONER RECALLS " A NARROW ESCAPE."

POWER STATION TRAGEDY. Nowlin Man Who Fell Nearly 200 Fed. CORONER RECALLS " A NARROW ESCAPE."

POWER STATION TRAGEDY. Man Who Fell Nearly 200 Fed. CORONER RECALLS " A NARROW ESCAPE." ' Dr. Edwin Smith. the West ' eloronerr. opened an inquest on Wednesday on John Broadhurst. aged 35, a steel erector. of 61, Mount Pleasant. Reading, who fell nearly 200 feet from a girder whi
17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
READING WEDNESDAY MATCH SCRATCHED.

READING WEDNESDAY MATCH SCRATCHED.

WEDNESDAY MATCH SCRATCHED. Reading's match V. the AA. Brigade. R.A.. was unfortunately scratched on Wednerlay, owing to unsuitable pitch oonditiona. Next Wednesday the team will visit the R.A.O.C. at Didoot.
17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
REDINGAR, 2; WELLINGTON SPORTS CLUB. 3.

REDINGAR, 2; WELLINGTON SPORTS CLUB. 3.

This game at Aldershot was not so keenly contested as the score would indicate, the heavy ground and rather muddling play resulting in too many "scrums." Redingas should have won as they were by far the superior team. Millet's equalising goal before hal-time was a brilliant effo
17 November 1933 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England