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  • County: Berkshire, England
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

21 Mar 1903

°tarryread. Mr. I. tonne arairman of C ld o a ns erreeapr and oteedotb d these Mr. W. A. Yaw, 11. P., Sr Jain Cs s, Mr. C. It. Irma, Mr. C. E. Ors. Keyser, Hr. W. Aver ) Mr. A. 6. Cooper, Hr. A. ClarwalL Mr. 7-I.lthlant, Yr. F. Ceram, end firma. Mr. Lyme,

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Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette

Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette Berkshire, England

30 Mar 1912

000. This gave Sir W. Max Aiiken, Mr. Bonar Law, and Mr. Tim Healey eagerly - embraced opportunity of making a fierce attack upon Mr. Lloyd and all his ways. Even when the eloquent Irishman declared in loud tones his loathing, hatred, and contempt for

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

8 May 1907

but his h 'lf'duty was esemplaVy). But though tSlv looked up frlora, . m ■ i-oiiid not avail to de.am him the statutory week. Upon 1 hole his visit there was doubtful Lu: lie was compensated, by the defjlht of 'getting back again to his hills, his oLr

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

17 Jul 1915

dower show. to be held es the in September. : —iAehaS I E. Vriuon, 2 Mrs. Sail 3Ma J. Taylor. Geste: 1 Mr. C. Pike. 2 lkel4arge Ambles, 3 Mr. Shethel. The prises were by Mrs. Yeeed. and Mr. J. Attie* leads eMeieat M.G. At the mat whist drive, be bald on tio

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

7 Nov 1914

in all M a DEATH OF MR. W. E. It is with monk regret that we have to rented the death of Mr. Walter Reline Seen, tarp of the Loyal Berkshire Lodge of Oildfellous, wheal took plans with painful madden:se a fintaaniay miceeing at his residence. Mit, Henry-

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

4 Feb 1911

Lockhart. Mr. Graham Loyd, Mr. C. 0 Mr. R. Pane's, Mr. and Mrs. S. Hodgkin, Sir Ploy Saadowebs, I.C.M.U. Coi. die Mean' and lade Barry, *is Mown C lark of Road,ug tMr. W. S.delawitibi, the Rm. W. and Mrs. Novjlk., 'dr. and Ms. H. C. Devised. Mr. W. J. D

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Reading Mercury

Reading Mercury Berkshire, England

29 Nov 1902

solo by Mr. Watson (the organist) who acted as accompanist throughout the evening. Songs and solos were conttibuted by Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys, Mr. Hart and Mr. P. H. Kettley. Mr. H. Butler also gave aome pleasing selections from his grand concert

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

22 Aug 1907

kidly lent Mr. ad dupe 01 the • m the tarried out their dutiss ei Zt Ile Illemegh Wad played in the moth ware. The regatta visited by Mr. Rufus lass IX., M.P., and Mr. Gerald hams, Mr. J. F. P. lowliness,. K.C., M.P., and the Mayor of Healey (Mr. Acker

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Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette

Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette Berkshire, England

4 Jan 1902

Announced that De Wet had lost all his transport, except a few Capo carts ; also that be had released all his prisoners after forcing them to make very long marches. 19. Marriage of Major-General Pole-Carew and Lady Beatrice Butler. 21. Kitchener reported

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

1 Feb 1919

Sir R. T. Hcrmcn-Hcdge, Bart. ichairmanl, Mr. R. P. Duff, the Rev. R. H. Hart-Davis, Mr. Charles H. Palmer, Mr. Walter J. Hellman, Sir Percy Sanderson, K.C.M.G., Mr. T. Neighbour an Mr. C. F. Cortouid Ellis, Mr. Henry Brigham Douglas Vanderstegen, of Cane

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

28 Mar 1908

reap nerd ober* Ore in the ad Mr. W. Meese. let peri l = tiertriarn Meer Irbey bred he ler eery bis velisersed net. Hi air Way estrided beady The nentber had pew M ern! erre err per her telt 'Wm Tier Mrs rpm hie trine Mr. Minn Or sr her We radar Me. Car

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Maidenhead Advertiser

Maidenhead Advertiser Berkshire, England

4 Apr 1900

i v Mr. J. B. Markham. who must have bon specially gratified at the success attending the performance. Mr. Markham conducted the choir. and the instrumental music was admirably supplied by a string quartet, via., Madame Aida Henri , leaded. Mr. Sid.

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

11 May 1912

WS Wren Orr, Mr. A Met sad Mies Parse (bartmiAset), Mr. T. Mime Pros dad (ear), oritaties), • deer with Rola Jed Mr. wae Mrs gem ere • dreier eels. Mr. Chas • per- Ws elll.rfMrgmil Mrs Adjurer tread r r e arer. Tare Dead rierrime tre the Mr. Mender orrartsg

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

17 Oct 1903

the volume Mclodd, | Lots were drawn for his possession which noticed in this column Ja»t ■week. _ Ino j a g,,; n<>a , . and Miss Janotlio. Court pianist , of wa appeals strongly a.i l, Gorman Emperor, became his happy owner. but n series which includes

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

25 Sep 1909

arm ail re-4=l4d addition of Mr. HohnanWalker. On the motion of Mr. A. A. Nara, Yr. IL Caton was unanimously Mr. C. G. Smith riceinbnisman. Xt. J. Thomas was tank:Med hon. ma, end Mmens. Goldsmith and G. T. Nathan andante. Mr. A. A. Nam submitted • report

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

10 Aug 1901

eir Charter 2=Mr. !tabor 1 ). kr. Mu Oral Baena Mrs ad Dr. sod W . 11 the Bea. a.. lin. ion sad pert', Hr. Hr. Km Watery sal party, =pis mweerwa . fer three obi the arm N.. vat to ea • seta. Ttio the tem abs *owe • the wile* WWI order the his MX Wird it

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Maidenhead Advertiser

Maidenhead Advertiser Berkshire, England

16 Jul 1902

present : The Chairman (Mr. J. W. Walker), the vice• Chairman (Mr. W. Weal), the Rev. the Hon. Grey Neville, Dr. A. Playne, and Messrs. R. Silver, J. Themes, E. Riley. 8. Hughes, G. Lowe, J. Pain, E. Hewitt, and H. Rose, with the Clerk (Mr. W. Weed), the Re

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

9 Apr 1921

Elise o, Mita P. reatoia, M. and Mrs Gorely Mr. T. W. Hawkins. Mr. R. Moder. :4rs. R. Mr. Tangman, Mr. C. Taint,. Mr. A. E. Prins. 'Went'. and Mr. NV. Whi! A rote of thank , the Reetor for rretdinr. me n d by Mr. Bailey. seconded by 'Tr. keep and

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

30 Sep 1905

bound, in his life. Be has of the best grouse-shooting in Scotland, but it is a luxury provided for hi punts. The besetifuL . Lreeshd, half. odd roe deer which abound hie ems. sionsilykilled off to .are the crops of the meters but the Laird of Skibo takes

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Berks and Oxon Advertiser

Berks and Oxon Advertiser Berkshire, England

11 Jul 1913

'Amy): Well. let it rain. Alice '1 war goiug to. papa. Mr. K.: I'm certain tour butcher gives you short weight for 30fir money. Mrs. K.: But consider, my dear, the long watt. you give him foe his! Indignant Subreriber: 1 gay. lack here, know. what

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