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THE VALUE OF SHOWS. Don't Eliminate Breed Character.

THE VALUE OF SHOWS. Don't Eliminate Breed Character.

IF T asked how many of you want to the 1 Dairy Show, I wonder how many would say Yea." The average egg producer thinks it unnecessary for him to visit any show, because he is not concerned v.ith producing birds, but only the product of thosa birds. Yet that Is a foolish attitude
16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HORNINGLOW WOMEN UNIONISTS.

HORNINGLOW WOMEN UNIONISTS.

The monthly meeting of the Horninglow Ward Women's Unionist Associattonl was held at the St. John's Hall on Wednesday afternoon last week. Mrs. Hopkinson presided over a good attendance of members, supported by Mrs. Canipion. Apologies for absence were received Mrs. Mee, Mrs. Ma
16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
JUNIOR " IMPS " VISIT DERBY.

JUNIOR " IMPS " VISIT DERBY.

A party of about 30 members of the Junior Imperial League spent a most enjoyable time when they paid a visit to the LM. and S Railway Co.'s Carriage and Wagon %Vorks at Derby. The ' Imps" left Burton at 2-28 in reserved compartments, and were met on arrival at Derby Station. All
16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
ROLLESTON. WIDOW OF FORMER BURTON LILL GOODS AGENT.

ROLLESTON. WIDOW OF FORMER BURTON LILL GOODS AGENT.

ROLLESTON. WIDOW OF FORMER BURTON GOODS AGENT. The death has occurred suddenly af Olenhohne, RoHeston, of Mrs. Mary Eliza. bath Sadd (M). widow of Mr. Philip Sadd a former goods agent for the L.M. and S. Hallway at Burton. She is survived by two daughters. Their brother, Major Ph
16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BURTON AND LEAGUE FOOTBALL The Old United and Swifts Clubs. THE EXIT FROM DIVISION IL

BURTON AND LEAGUE FOOTBALL The Old United and Swifts Clubs. THE EXIT FROM DIVISION IL

Writing from No. 24 Mesa, H.M.S. Despatch, Mediterranean Fleet, Marine, Claude H. Williams asks: "Could you please trace on your files if ever Burton Swifts or Burton United played in the First or Second Divisions of the English Leagues f" _ _ _ Dorton Swifts were elected to Div
16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BRANSTON BURGLAR SENTENCED. Six Months' Imprisonment at Assizes.

BRANSTON BURGLAR SENTENCED. Six Months' Imprisonment at Assizes.

At Staffordshire Asalzes on Monday, Velaall man was sent to prison for rnonths on four charges of burglary and that at houses at Branston, Bangeraore and Needwood. during October. rho prisoner, Charles Ernest Lockloy , of no home, was Charged with burglary at the farm of Thomas
16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MAYOR REVIEWS THE YEAR'S WORK. Figures to Show Revival of Trade.

MAYOR REVIEWS THE YEAR'S WORK. Figures to Show Revival of Trade.

Rorytog to his slection. the Mayor said:— " c November 1932. I expressed my sincere appreciation for the honour this Council conferred on in. by electing to the Mayoral chair 01 Ulla importan;
16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
5,000 HEAR BISHOP. Huge Crowd at Picturedrome Service.

5,000 HEAR BISHOP. Huge Crowd at Picturedrome Service.

Amazing scenes were witnessed et the New Pioturedrom• on Sunday at the Armistice service, where the Bishop of Lichfield and the Mayor (Councillor W. Hutson, J.P.) attended. More than two hours before the start of the service a queue was formed out. side the cinema, under the con
16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MR. A. EDWARDS, secretary of the Swadlincote Branch of the British Legion, placing the Legion wreath on Gresley War Memorial, where a service was held.

MR. A. EDWARDS, secretary of the Swadlincote Branch of the British Legion, placing the Legion wreath on Gresley War Memorial, where a service was held.

Mr. GEORGE HARDWICK, a former Newhall man, who died last Monday week in Madeira. At Burton Borough Police Court on John William Cliffe, an Abbota B r ;o ki rriy farmer, was tined £3 and 'ordered to pay LT oases, for driving motor-car without due and attention at Shobnall Road, B
16 November 1933 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England