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WROTE LETTER TO THE RING.

WROTE LETTER TO THE RING.

NATURALISED BUT !WEANED. The Lord Chief Justice ani Justice( Sankey and Low, in the King's Bench Divisional Court on Tuesday ' heard an application by Mr. Patrick ha stings on of Arthur Zadig for a writ of habeas corpus. Counsel explained that Zadig, although ha became naturalis
14 January 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
TOTAL OF RECRUITS,

TOTAL OF RECRUITS,

. 1,150,000 ... 1,679,263 Single Men Married Men ... lIOLDING BACK. Single Men Married lien 1,0 9 4.231 1.152,947 Lord Dert2.'s report on his recruiting scheme was i"•ued in the Parliamentary Papers on Tuesday. The total number of men of military age to be dealt with when the ca
14 January 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
THEFTS FROM CENSOR'S OFFICE.

THEFTS FROM CENSOR'S OFFICE.

William Christian Jacob Boßeam, a Dutchman. was charged before Mr. Hopkins at Bow-etreet Police-court on Monday with stealing issAal orders from letters in the Censor's Office. It was stated that the prisoner. who was employed as examiner in the Censor's Offios, wad in receipt a
14 January 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
TROOP TRAIN DERAILED.

TROOP TRAIN DERAILED.

About twelve persons were injured in a train carrying 500 soldiers and other psa'engera, which met with an accident at Penahaw Junction on the North-Eastern Railway, between Durham, Sunderland, and Newcastle-on-Tyne, Yibortly before Sunday midnight. - The engine jumped the rails
14 January 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
KING EDWARD VII. SUNK BY A SHIP'S COMPANY SAFE.

KING EDWARD VII. SUNK BY A SHIP'S COMPANY SAFE.

The Secretary of the Admiralty made the following announcement on Sunday night:— "H. 11.8. Xing Edward VII has struck a mine. Owing to the heavy sea she had to he abandoned, and sank shortly afterwar ds. "The kips company were taken of without any lona of life, and only two men
14 January 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
issued from WALLINGFORD to

issued from WALLINGFORD to

CHEAP RETURN DAY TICKETS GORING (at 9.0 and 2.45), 1,11. DA Tl 3 LOCK at 9.0 and 2.45)0/3. PA NOBOURNE (at 9.0 and 2.45), 2/3. CLIFTON BAMPDRN (at 9.0 and 2.45), 2/ READING (at 9.0), 8/-. ABINGDON (at 9.0), 8/-. HENLEY (at 9.01 1 416. OXFORD (at 9.0), 4J-.
18 August 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
CABBAGE AND LETTUCE PLANTS.

CABBAGE AND LETTUCE PLANTS.

THE
18 August 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
BERKSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

BERKSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE.

COUNTY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, WiLLENGPORD. Impeded awd f%gl rorayniood by Board Mai Master Z. M.A. (Caatab.), B.k Loa. d e on. bi r s iot=beholer and Priseraan, Clare College, Caurbsidp. C. J. Colinkman, M.Sc. (Durham). W. T. Wilkins, B. So. C. J. Priem B.A. (Wales). B. A. Barkas (Art)
18 August 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
JOTTINGS.

JOTTINGS.

ALTHOOOH the Russians and Italians are achieving victories of immense importance in their respective spheres, the operations in the West seem to us to be of the greatest interest, for here it seems by common consent to be agreed the issue will be decided. The action is proc eedi
18 August 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England
 
Mackintoshes and Raincoats. LADIES' \ \ • \ A

Mackintoshes and Raincoats. LADIES' \ \ • \ A

18 August 1916 - Berks and Oxon Advertiser - Wallingford, Berkshire, England