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TRIBUNAL "FULLY SATISFIED"

TRIBUNAL "FULLY SATISFIED"

CREWE C.O.'S REASONS Arthur Frederick Hite (12), asp assistant, 6, Francis-street, Crewe, was registered unconditionally as a eonscientous objector by the Marebesier Tribunal on Friday. The Chairman, (Judge E. C. Burgis), in announcing the decision, said the tribunal relied on H
24 February 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
CREWS CORPORATION CLEANSING DEPART'S:IMT. TO GARDENERS AND ALLOTMENT HOLDERS OW is the time to apply out Ronemeal. We also manufacture

CREWS CORPORATION CLEANSING DEPART'S:IMT. TO GARDENERS AND ALLOTMENT HOLDERS OW is the time to apply out Ronemeal. We also manufacture

purely organic and nitrogenous fertilisers.
24 February 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
LIGHTS ALL RIGHT.

LIGHTS ALL RIGHT.

Alfred Conway, of 36, John-street. said h. left Brown Edge Farm, Brereton, where they had been threshing, at 6 p.m. Deceased left at the same time, and they cycled together to the cross-roads, Arclld. where witness turned for Congleton. The lights on deceased's bicycle were all
24 February 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
WEST CHESHIRE CORONER

WEST CHESHIRE CORONER

DEPUTY TO ACT His friends in Cheshire will regret le bear that Mr. A. H. W. Wragg. West Cheshire Coroner, has, on medical advice, given up his work and the duties of his office for an indefinite period. This announcement was made at an inquest on Tuesday by Mr. T. W ggayman Hale
24 February 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
THE CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1940

THE CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1940

24 February 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 

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JACKS 1 it

JACKS 1 it

JACKS CASH PRICE Hire Purchase Price 6 1 6 2292 NO CASH LOANS UNDER GOVERNMENT SCHEME The National Farmers' Union has re• ceived a num:ter of enquiries as to whether loans of cash are contemplated under the credit scheme provided for under the Agriculture (Miscellaneous War Provi
24 February 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
IT'S PATRIOTIC TO EAT

IT'S PATRIOTIC TO EAT

BACON! FOOD NIINISTRY'S ADVICE (From Our Agricultural Correspondent.) Although a large number of people have taken advantage of The increased bacon ration, and the reduced price, to buy mare bacon, a considerable number of people are not purchasing their ration. "It seems that a
24 February 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
NOTES AND COMMENTS

NOTES AND COMMENTS

With a view to keeping the rates down as much as possible, Crewe Town Council have commenced to use the "axe" on some of the estimates for next year. It has been the custom for a number of years for members of the Council to "beat the bounds" of the Borough with a view to ascert
24 February 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
ODEON

ODEON

CONSTERDINE'S SER VICE FOR ALL ILIOTRICAL WORK. DOMESTIC. COMMERCIAL, & INDUSTRIAL INSTALLATIONS & REPAIRS. 104, ALTON STREET, CREWS. Tel. 2.80. Moots PINING WM. Ilelpsiort aid Helping Eyes - - I m °roving Looks that's what lin Glasses will T STING • MUST d o for all V I Q who n
10 February 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England