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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

7 Feb 1913

LETTER. MR. PAGET'S OPTIMISM. Owing to his continued ill-health tha Borougn Member was unable to attend the annual meeting of the Cambridge Conservative Association Tuesday evening, but sent letter in which he gave his views on situation. Mr. Paget is

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

1 Aug 1903

was held in large marquee. Mr. H. F. Bristowe (Chairman of tin Association) ptes.ded. and whs support! d on tli platform by the Hon. Walter Guinness. Mr. T. F. Tilliard. Col Campbell. Mr. W. Howlett. Mr. Cbas tie.- (Mddenhall. Mr. J. H. Tbomp-on (Secretary

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

19 Jun 1918

Sir Daniel Hall, Mr. H. h. I'roluero. 3U. G. H. Koberls, Mr. Iv. G. Strutt, M Douglas, .Mr. VV. .). J-itzhorbortitrockirles. .Mr. VV. V. Hav-iland, Mr. Mr laird Bishop Kos-s) r.cro

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

15 May 1914

were: The Lari and Countess Normauton, the Hon. Mrs. Wellesley, Lady Constance Leslie, Mrs. Farmer, the lion. Lady Lgertun, the Hon. lauly Keppel, Miss Olivia Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bcntinck. the Hon. Lady Musgrave, .Stewart, Airs. Albert Gray. Air. Arnett

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

17 Jan 1920

Association, Mr. G. £. Rogers, presided over some 105 guests; the visitors included the Chief Constable (Mr. K. J- Pearson), the Rev. S. T. Adams and Mrs. Adams, Mr. A. V. Clements, Mr. A. W. Paige, Mr. and Mrs. Gamlen, Mr. f. H. Bird, Mr. Morlcv Stuart

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

24 Jul 1914

ami Mrs. l-l>lto , Mr. ami Mr-- I' V i Mr. -I. 'V. li D.twor. Mr. ami Mr- N. Grattan Viavlo. Mr. ami Mr-. Gooffrov pr'R''. Mr. .1. Harrow DranstK'lri ami M,-- Uranslmlrl. ami Mr., XV. 11 Mr. an.l Mr., i(n or J)„ko. View article

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

3 Jun 1910

appeared to ring- j leader, and hailed him out of his scat. His friends said his name was “Halley’s Comet.” i The preliminaries over, he had regretfully to ! leave, with his honours thick upon him, his I friends cbtering him in sympathy, and the supporters

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

9 May 1901

Lieutenant), Mr Harding (High Sheriff), Mr Alderman Stephereon (chairman of the Carabs. County Council). Mr Martin (chairman the Isle of Elv County Council). Adeline, »nd Mr A. P. Borough The Mayor of Cambridße. Mr G. F. Foster Mr C J. Clav. Mr Alderman Kelt

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

6 Aug 1909

compri-ed:—Chairman. Mr C. J. Mapey; treasurer. Mr. W Driver; joint secretaries. Mr. TH. Brown, and Mr. . Driver, Cambridge; hon. veterinary surgeon. Mr. S. Bennett, M.R.C.V.S.; hon. auctioneer. Mr. R. T. Catling. Managers of sections-. Sports. Mr. A. I!. Marshall;

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

7 Feb 1913

Barnwell and New Chesterton, New-street and Fen Ditton Bands Mercy, through the respective hon. sees, Mrs. Pond. Mrs Jephson, Miss C. Bird, Miss Perritt. and Mrs. Crane The branch report emphasised the need more ccllectors, called attention various furn-lions

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

7 May 1909

members sat down to tea, the arrangements having been ably carried out Mrs. Selby, Mrs. Arnold, Miss Asbee, Mrs. Redgell, Mrs. Bowyer, Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Parr, Mrs. Blaydon, and Mrs. King. The tea was followed by the election of officers for the year, after

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

25 Dec 1914

old and well-known Cambridge tradesmen passed away this month, including Mr. George Shippov, Mr. P. T. Coulson, Mr. C. H. Barker and Mr. D. Endershy. The death also occurred of Mr. P. I/. Hudson, managing director of the firm of Messrs. Hudson, Cambridge

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

2 Dec 1910

IVl'v.v* Mr biuknia*ter. ¦ « i». ¦anic.n -Iv i• tu-d hv the warmth of . .i.-d, -mil'ng lnihi-> friend, aihl ,-¦¦ll.ll’ In. handkerchief. It v \t Lender t . I , • . . pen ihe tneeting. Mrs Bateson Miss Keynes, Mrs Tillyard, Mrs Dutt Mrs Oliver

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

17 Aug 1917

Officer of Health for the Borough and School Officer, and Mr. \V. H. Jones, the Borough Dentiet, in their reporti* for the year 1916. which have juet been issued. It irill be from Dr. Laird’s report there were fewer n»arriag<>» and fewer births during

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

2 Jan 1914

and Mrs, CVjeser, tho Rev. S. T. Adams, Rev. and Mrs. Con bear*. Mr-. Bradbury, Miss Wilson. Mrs Griffiths, Mr. Griffiths and the Misses Griffiths, V. - *nd Mr«- Freer. Mrs. Miss Buck i T am. Mass Spalding. Mrs. Alec Spalding, Mn*. R. Cole*. Mr. Mr. Swann

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

27 Feb 1914

presided, and those present included Lady Thomson, Lady Allbutt, Mrs. Marsh. Mrs. Mn*. . okeo, Mrs. Ingle, Mies liowes. Mien Pertz. Miss Cole. Mias Kaynea, Mias bpaiding. Prof. Howard Marsh. The Vioe- Worost, Mr A. P. Humphry, Mr. L. H. Peck %ntl Dr. Dalton.

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

6 May 1910

measure was to hear testimony to the work <>f the Chancellor of the Exchequer. (Applause.) His friend, Mr. Lloyd (Jeorge, had not had the advantage of some of his predecessors of having enjoyed a financial training—perhaps in some respects that might not

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

15 May 1914

” Dr. Laird adds, “and there is still much need for co-operation on the part of the few teachers who regard cleanliness j in the children entirely outside their pro, vince. Sir George Newman, Chief Medical Uffii of the Beard of Education, in his report

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Cambridge Daily News

Cambridge Daily News Cambridgeshire, England

4 Jan 1918

committee was elected carry out the project: Mrs. T. B. Wood, Miss Johnson, Mrs. Stevenson, Miss Donald, Mrs. Gooby, Mrs. Moule, Mrs. Bland, Mrs. Jolley, Dr. Laird, Mr. Fleming, Mr. Barker, and Mr. E. V. Johnson. Mr. Hall, from the audience, said that usual

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Cambridge Independent Press

Cambridge Independent Press Cambridgeshire, England

27 May 1910

(husband). Mr-. Lane (mother). Air*. Locke (si-ter), Mr. Locke (nephew), Mr. Linger and Mr-. Ilvde, off Luton .cousin-), Mr-. Wright (cousins). Sir. and Mr-. White (father and mother-in-law). Mr. and Mrs. Herbert While. Mr. and Mr-. Chapman. Mr-. Parsons

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