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

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

16 Mar 1912

Gresmetroad, ananned by Mrs. A. and MN Bede. flees were fifteen mbles. The prima were won as follow:—Lecites. 1 Mrs. entlanons, 2 Min Smith. cetwolation, Mrs Dolton. Gentlemen: 1 Mr. )(me. 2 Mr. Dale, connotation, Mr. Stokes. Mr. H. J. Chmdtll acted se

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Type: Illustrated
Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

18 Apr 1908

Dr. M.I.M. Ir. H cdl.t. W. W. Kr. M. F. Outs. Hr. e. C. I. Bird. Kr. V. J Wilber% Mr. B. Z. hisigsr. Mr. C. N. BOA.. Mr. M. /Melr. Mr. P. C. Mr. P, Dram Mr. a. W. k.a& Mr. S. (bra. Kr. Sugary Tao id* inuel — reseet slated: VW the flub washed 171 et übsi

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Type: Illustrated
Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

5 Dec 1908

The Town Cleric aubmitted letter from the Assistant Town Clerk (Idr J. W. Martin) giving notice his intention resign his appointment in coneecuasoe ol his having been appointed Clerk the Normantoa Urban District CounoiL The the ojinmittee repotted that

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Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser Berkshire, England

28 Jan 1904

abundance, Wawa. sod to re-open Mandy, 11th Mr. Wang bring the caterer. The many varied rat wants the children were by the AMMO. &Aid sal Onwral Purpose lofI followisi ladies: like Mt.. H. kowd a n.dwark, Mrs. sod Mimi Reed, Prilty, 1.1904.-Reheat:Jaw

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

15 Dec 1900

ley or odder. 44 pd Rondlag. Mit lie. P.M ELM Ir. A. Ade, Vier, Yard to milt boded: Prim add Boding. daddidd MM. ding Mr mem es dosed Mr. Dem. Tam, i n Lb p o .„. tore mil wed bed i f imd dam l a Tarp shit Mb 40, with pomades id end to in geese* wed died

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

26 Nov 1904

READING. BALE ON TUESDAY NEXT. THE FOUNDRY, CHECKENDON OXON. Eight miles from R.eading. F. W. ALLWRIOHT has been instructed by HI. Mr. T. Hone (who is giving up the premises) to Sell by Auction, on Tuesday, 29th November. 1904 at 11.30 a.m., the whole of the

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Berkshire Chronicle

Berkshire Chronicle Berkshire, England

27 Dec 1902

distressing of all his symptoms for loving and anxious onlooker was his apparently agonised attempts to regain the faculty of human speech, yet succeeding uttering only the strangest guttural sounds, and during these elforts a light tame into his eyes which caused

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

21 Nov 1903

camo brow in Mr. Lewis proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. done in thews of compensation. He believed it was with all the spats and arneltons with were of one mind with the returning exiles. They 44) The erdinistry dt Reavell for presiding.-Mr. Sharpe seconded

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Reading Observer

Reading Observer Berkshire, England

12 Nov 1904

WHITE. D.A., Oxon. trAcaddatia, etc., late Principal of Woodsld Howse &dirsol, Beading, baying recently given up his School. has time at his dispaal to prepare Privet* Pupils. in Boarders or otherwise, for University and other Examinations. RADNOR LODGE

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