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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

24 Jan 1940

WELBANK The death •M-currc'i w aUirday Mr. Richard Wclbank, Broughton Road. Hanhiiry. was *or many years principal the l> works North Newington, wii-r- u:- amous Wclhank boilerettcs ar* proiluced. The business i** h,mg carrasl on his son. Mr. William

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

5 Oct 1916

WELBANKS BOILERETTE f eye »nci made a biff bump hiu face. did not hit him* hack. had the black eye for fortnight. Mr. Harfield said the whole thing aroee out thia boys’ fight three weeks ago. The Chairman said that Mrs. Freeman admitted that ahe lost

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

4 Mar 1920

EGGS for Sitting.—A limited number of pure White Wyandottes 8/- do/.; good laying strain.—l. Welbank. North Newington, and 11. Broughton Road, Banbury.

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

28 Sep 1916

B. Gr. WELBANK, N. Newington, BANBURY. LONDON DEPOT—IOS NEWGATE STREET, E.O. Tel. 5796 City. MOTORS. MOTORS. MOTORS. MOTORS. MOTORS. MOTORS. TRIUMPH, DOUGLAS, ENFIELD, & INDIAN MOTOR CYCLES. CALL AND INSPECT THE NEW 1916 POWERPLUS INDIAN MODELS. MODEL

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

24 Sep 1952

Mrs. L. Martin, 2 Mr. and Mrs. Welbank, 3 Mrs. E.B.Blincowe; (yellow flowers); 1 Mr. and Mrs.. Welbank, 2 H. Orchard, 3 Mr. and Mrs. A. R.Brummitt; (traditional style); 1 Miss Bustin, 2 Mrs. Clifton, Mr. and Mrs. Welbank; (modern free design): 1 Mr. and

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

25 Apr 1951

courses will be arranged for the next season by the Banbury branch of the Workers Educational Association announced Mr. W. Welbank. secretary, at the annual meeting of the Branch held at the Municipal Library on Tuesday last week. Two of the most successful

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

13 Jan 1954

by the Party Committee. This caused roars of laughter. Mr. and Mrs. Welbank thanked all who had made the party such success. , The Committee were: Mes: dames Ward, Fox, Harper, Welbank. Murchison and . Spencer. ‘FROM CAVE TO COUNCIL HOUSE” Mrs. Hodgkins

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

30 Apr 1952

Cut Flowers: I Mrs. H. Alcock, 2 Mrs. A. Brummit. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Welbank. Cut flowers (bowl): 1 Mrs. A. Brummit. 2 Mr. L. Martin. 3 Mrs. E. B. Blincowe; (basket) 1 Mrs. B. E. Welbank, TO LET. Four-berth fully equipped Caravan; Goodrington Sands, near

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

13 May 1954

flowers and/or foliage) X Mrs. B. Nuttall, 2 Mrs. E. L. Treliving, 3 Mrs. B. E. Welbank ; (arrangement of flowers in jug or tea-pot) 1 Mrs. Colegrave, 2 Mrs. B. E. Welbank, 3 Mrs. D. L. Pearson ; (basket of flowers and/or foliage) 1 Mrs. E. B. Blincowe

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

22 Aug 1918

less than 24 hours a week on the land. Welbank, f ofJNorth Newington, applied for the exemption of George Gardener, 50, B I, solderer of boilerettes, the ground that his work was'of national importance. Miss Welbank gave particulars of Gardeners employment

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

13 Jun 1918

coal and hay business at Clifton. —Three months’ exemption was granted in this case also. Miss G. E. Welbank. on behalf of her father. Mr. R. W. Welbank, manufacturer special cookers. North Newing ton, applied for renewal of the certificate of William Albert

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

11 Apr 1918

grace was given. Miss G. Welbank, as manageress for R. W. Welbank, North Newington, manufacturers of cookers, applied for renewal of the certificate of W. A. Green (35, single, Grade 3), the only cutter-out of tinplate in Mr. Welbank *s employ. The firm had

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

24 Dec 1953

elected and Mrs. Hodgkins becomes President. Mrs. Spencer presented to Mrs. Welbank bowl of flowers from the committee, and Mrs. Murchison expressed regret that Mrs. Welbank’s term of office was ended and also appreciation for her work as President. OPEN

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

14 Dec 1950

Pinson, Mrs. W. Welbank, Mrs. J, A. Farr; leather goods, Mrs. S. Colquhoun, Mrs. J. A. Chaffers; competitions, Mrs. J. H. Pearson ; Needlework, Mesdames A. Southam p,nd M. G. Hook. At the door were Colonel Archer-Jackson, Mr. Welbank and Mr. F. Thomas

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

22 Aug 1918

renewal of the' certificate of William Albert Green (96, tingle, Grade 3), in Mr. Welbank’s employ cutterout of tin-plate, the only man doing that kiwd of work.—Miss Welbank first particulars in support of the claim respecting Gardner, and two months’ exemption

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

21 May 1952

RESIGNATION It was announced that after six years as chairman Mr. W. A. Welbank was to resign. Cllr. L. Walklett, speaking as the oldest member of the branch, recalled that Mr. Welbank had originally volunteered to fill the vacancy for a two-month period

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

20 Nov 1952

Miss G. Bustin. Floral art -arrangement of chrysanthemums, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Brummitt. 2 Mrs. B. E. Welbank ; one bloom with accessor* ies, 1 Mrs. B. E. Welbank, 2 Mr. and Mrs. Brummitt; any arrange mcnt, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Brummitt, 2 V. G. Hodgkins ; arrangement

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Banbury Guardian

Banbury Guardian Oxfordshire, England

15 Mar 1917

granted till August Ist. Albert CJreen, North Newington, m the employment of Mr. Welbank, C 2 man applied for exemption, and the application was supported by the firm. Miss Welbank appeared and explained the nature of the work. Green was 34 years of age and

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

18 Jul 1918

appeared in support of the application, and temporary exemption was granted for further three months. Miss Ci. Welbank, on behalf of Mr. R. W. Welbank. north Newington, manufacturer of patent cookers, applied for the exemption of Jim Ketch married. Grade 2)

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

5 Mar 1936

deserted the fireside and turned out for the ramble on Sunday, Mr. W. Welbank was the leader for the day, and the programme wa a mystery walk.” During the morning’s “trek” Mr. Welbank took the party to North Newington and by field paths to Sanfoin and Epwell

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