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  • County: Berkshire, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1909
  • Type: Illustrated

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Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser Berkshire, England

16 May 1901

Ooe writer, who had the good sense, or the good lock, to keep hie copyrights in his own h - end, was approached by his puldisher with a proposal to bring out one of his most popular in sixpenny form. At first he demurred, holding it something lacking

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

15 Jan 1903

or Wird.= ' loodiog. oar tonsithed, wit Usable for lady or ■ Aeeaov, Readmo. kiedroo . ois, suitobtefa, Ortwo board if requirod ; knee neederat•—App 86, Street, gram. A MRS, Andos.—Biesketei, sad New.. for 71b. for Stereo, Thornk mama, APAWIIIENTIL--Bittiog

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

27 Jul 1907

farmed at 9.30 at the top of Mr. Fenner's lawn, among the boats MMus Part being craft very beautifully demisted the following When :- -Mrs. Jay, Mrs. Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Monkland, Lids Memia de Paravislei, Lady Eva Mrs. Gerard. Mrs. Haiku.. and Ma. Beakapear

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

5 Sep 1903

or any part Mere/ Mr. Watta mid he did mit admit that. la reel, de Mr. Litileareed mid that Mr. Watts had not paid the it. Bd. nor any part of that eta. Mr. Weld hod tendered IA 10e. Bd., mod that loft • balsam se. ad. unpaid. Mr, Watts mated dat be

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

29 Aug 1903

years with Mr. Vernier, who was willing to take him back if the Court would allow him to do so. He had given his name as Green, and it was not till he was in custody, and wrote to Mr. Venner that the police were able to establish his identity. On Mr. Venner

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

16 Nov 1901

Rockley. Mrs. Martin, Mr. Percy Johns (Borough Surveyor), Mr. G. H. Barford (Sanitary Inspector), Mr. C. R. Thomas (Clerk to the Justices), Mr. J. Markham (Borough Collector), Mr. H. Glover (School Attendance Officer), Mr. J. W. Walker, J.P., Mr,. H. J. Mount

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

9 Nov 1901

the tomd of the Me Mr. A. A. J.P., teW We= W raid alma eat lett Omeap et wee sheet ewe The IOWA: 7/11. Mee. Mee. ' Led 7 Mr* old Oreflea. Mr. Welter Mitena, COS. PM/ weeks. ie. ameba Wasiak Mt. Sr.eae Mr. T. Mr. Ti.. Mar Me Dam Mr. W. Deward 111m1•014_11r

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

19 May 1900

Bertha Beauchamp. by Mrs. Augustus Oakes. Miss Moina Beauchamp, by Mrs. Richard S. Couchman. Miss Dorothy Darell, by Lady Darell. Mrs. Arthur Gill, on her marriage, by her mother, Mrs. Walter. Mrs. Hugh Bainbridge, on her marriage, Mrs. John Langton. Royal

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

8 Jul 1905

table. ' Patrick, thinking it was something to be eaten with a spoon, took a large helping. The tears tilled his eyes and retied dews his cheeks. His friend, netio in; We, said. What Is the matter? Pat replied, I was jest thinking of my poor father

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

13 Jun 1901

shire; nod ibis seat he held till his elevation to Peerage in IBM. our of In. colleagues throughout 1111 the whale period beiog the lore Mr. Walter. Lord styrene..e lied. no to speak. presented his souinlays with his Berkshire qualifinstion by tiurchanng

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

8 Apr 1905

Leggett, Mr. F. A, Co., Mr. Harrison Jones., Mr. H. A. Copeland. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. B. Mandl, the Misses Friend, Col. Trainman, Kra. Heavy, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brewerton, the Rev. Oltey Taylor, the Misses Rake, Mr. and Mn. 04/012 Ridley, Mr. H. T. Pugh

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

18 Jul 1903

were Mrs. Boyd Carpenter, Mrs. W. H. Bliss, Mrs. E. Dent, Mrs. H. J. Veitch, Mrs. Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. Alterman, Mrs. W. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Budgen, Mr. and Mrs. Bart, Mr. and View article

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

29 Jan 1903

Col. Wilms, Mr. W. Berheley Mona, Mr. Alfred Palmer, Mr. W. H. Dew Mr. Charles Smith, We. C. B. Ma en 11. J.tww Macitiewber. Mr. W. Banalooft, Mr. Herbert Mstkee, Ir. P. H. woo* Mr. T. .II White. Mr. IP. lieelle, Hr. • Mama We. J. Cathy, Mr. A. W. Suittm

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

5 May 1900

under the auspices of the Berks Training College of Music, by tbe Berks Ladies' Choir, of which Mr. E Howard Jones is tbe conductor. The performers will include Mr. Francis Harford, Mr. Frederik Frederiksen (violinist), and several students of the Berks

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

28 Apr 1900

event of his literary fame expiring in the next 100 years it will be possible to remember that he was once not wholly forgotten. Cowper, who in his desperate struggles against gloom and madness was a pathetic figure of a man, seems to have won his place

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

1 Sep 1904

Reading. r or without board; terms moderate; Reading references—Mrs. Baker, 1, Ship Street. Z.' beat makers, at half usual oust —Seen as Lanoslloa, us, Bambara Road, Reading. LIOR We, cheap, a lady's BICYCLi, has back prdall ui brake and front dm brake.— Apply

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

30 Apr 1904

do* am. ; ' Dr. sadlintrem7= ; Mr. and Kra Erre, returs; Mies ' layer, tidies; Mr. ROM, d'oyksys; Mr. 0. layer, Mr. sod Mrs. fie. Juana, ether nor sad inkstand; Mr. W. James, toilet alt; Mr. . C. Romaine, table centre; Mr. and Mn. Jams, 'ever fruit dish;

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

2 Dec 1905

Perkins sad Rant. Mena. Mr. A. R. Partridge. At the start Herding heehaw dangerans, and pod shots *nee *hi in by ()retina sad Divine, but the bill was eventually baking. Preen the goal kink W. Perkins obtained powititio, and Mr snag on his tasked over a Mere/

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

14 Feb 1903

permission of Mr. George ?Awarded. The tainment was under influential the following ladles and gentlemen being ear Wm. Meckensie and party, Mrs. and party, Lady and Mies Wilmot, Lord George Pratt. Capt. A. Hill and party, the H. and Idea Ramat. Mrs. lira Liddell

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

20 Dec 1902

in hunting the country. thanked them very much (applause). Mr Van Weycr said had permission to express their thanks Mr Crews for his kindhess in permitting them to meet there that day. and his kind hospitality in receiving them (applause). could' not

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