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HERBERT ELLIS,

HERBERT ELLIS,

"CESTRIAN - PIANO DEPOT CHESTER 389 1875
31 August 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
ERNEST MOORE &

ERNEST MOORE &

31 August 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
/AD LANGUAGE

/AD LANGUAGE

Why Batter the German, by copy'ng their hideously ugly language? Surely the English tongue has sa good and forceful • word as " blitskreig" and similar monstrosities of speech. A little less of the Continental and a bit more of the English language is wanted. and the Press shoul
31 August 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
A MEMORIAL SERVICE

A MEMORIAL SERVICE

TRIBUTE TO MASONIC WORK Nearly SIN brethren representing Cheshire Mason.c Lodges, were present al the memorial service at Altrincbadt on Saturday far the late LL-Col. Illi.rnard St. John Hilrren Rastings,l Yrov. Grand Secretary of the Cheshire Masonic Yrovince, who died suddenly
31 August 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
YE OWE WYCHE.

YE OWE WYCHE.

"COAST GUARD." featuring Randolph Scott and Frances Dee is tne thrilling drama to be shown on Monday. Tuesday. and Wednesday. Also in the cut are Ralph Bellamy. Walter Connolly. Stanley Andrews, Warren Hymer, and Robert Middlemass. There u also a second teatime. "PARENTS ON TRIA
31 August 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 

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GRIFFITHS-STUBBS

GRIFFITHS-STUBBS

The wedding was solemnised at the Ruskin-road Methodist Church on Saturday by the Rev. Dr. Lawson Jones, of Mr. Norman Griffiths. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Griffiths, Fields Farm, Bradeley. Whitctlurch, and Miss Lila Stubbs. youngest daughter of Mr. S. Stubbs. Walthallstreet, C
31 August 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
SILAGE OR ROUGHAGE?

SILAGE OR ROUGHAGE?

tFrom a Correspondent In spite of the urgent exhortations o our agricultural experts, it is evident that many' farmers intend to make stack rather than container silage in the belief that it will have just as good a feeding value, This misconception must be nipped in the bud. Th
31 August 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
WELL-KNOWN AGRICULTURIST.

WELL-KNOWN AGRICULTURIST.

Mr. John Done. Manor House. Malpas. is one of the foremost agriculturists to the county. For many years he has taken an active part in pubic life both as a member of the County Council and as a member of the National Farmers' Union. On the County Council he is one of the leaders
31 August 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England
 
MR. A G. HOWARTH

MR. A G. HOWARTH

Mr. Arthur G Howarth, of Free Green, Lower Peover, was educated at Rugby and New College. Oxford. and began hic career with Messrs. James Dilworth and Son, land agents. Manchester. He later took up farming in the Peover district and became a member of Bucklow Rural District Coun
31 August 1940 - Crewe Chronicle - Crewe, Cheshire, England