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Hastings and St Leonards Observer

Hastings and St Leonards Observer Sussex, England

30 Apr 1910

GOOD THINGS Welbank Boilerette. « ALL Berkefeld Filter. ' -|^ Perfection Fire Nbrman ,, Portable Range. STOCK Lawn Mower. Pulvo Vacuum Victor 99 Gas Geysgr. ISTS FREE ON __ ■ & AMOORE, 'Phone 69y. 19, NORMAN ROAD, St. Leonar is-on-Sea

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Hastings and St Leonards Observer

Hastings and St Leonards Observer Sussex, England

14 May 1910

GOOD THINGS Welbank Boilerette. v ALL Berkefeld Filter, Perfection Fire Exringuisher. ' Norman Portable Flange. STOCK Caledonia Mower. Pulvo Vacuum Cleaner. Victor Gas Geyser. LISTS FREE ON APPUCATION. ■ ■■ & AMOORE, ffir^££ 'Phone

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Hastings and St Leonards Observer

Hastings and St Leonards Observer Sussex, England

2 Dec 1911

Ware, Oil Lamps, Electric Pocket Lamps, Vacuum Cleaners, Bissells Carpet Sweepers, Aluminium Ware, Spong's Mincers, Welbank's Boilerettes, Pocket Knives. Sportsman's Knives, Scissors, Oil Stoves from 2/11. The finest assortment of up-to-date Ironmongery

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

23 Jun 1859

Cambridge, to the curacy of Uxbridge, Middlesex, on the nomination of the Rev. Charles Parker Price, M. A.; the Rev. Thomas Welbank Fowle, 8.A., of Oriel College, Oxford, to the curacy of Staines, Middlesex, on the nomination of the Rev. E. Stokes, M.A.;

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

20 Aug 1835

family. Miss Broomfield. Mr. J. Bicknell. Rev Dr. Knox and family. Rev. Dr. Hautrey, Mr. and family. Mrs. Gol Iriog. Mr. Welbank. Mr. Lachlan and family, Lieut, lastrie. R N.. and Mr. Leonard and family. From the Subscription Book of tbe Royal Marine

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser Sussex, England

7 Mar 1848

uesday. [Before Commissioner Fonblanque.] Re Mitchell, a Bankrupt. Proclamation of Outlawry. —The bankrupt Edward Dawson Welbank Mitchell, described as of Brighton, boarding-house-keeper, should have come up to pass his last examination, but did not do

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

5 Sep 1941

Newman stp A. N. Other b A. N Other 14; extras 5; total (for 4 wkts.) 114. C. White, R. Edward, I. Davies, 13. Thompson. C. Wel!bank and C. T. Oreenver did not bat. Playing at the Rotary Ground on Tuesday, Worthing Police narrowly beat an R.A.F. eleven by

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

27 Apr 1843

indebted to the Estate are requested to pay the tamo loos- COOPER AM) WILLIAMS, Solicitors to the Executor of the said George Welbank. Brighton. April, 1843. BROWNE. OF DECEASED. LL PERSONS having claims on the above A deceased, are requested forthwith to

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

23 Apr 1846

by N. The principal point in dispute, however, was as to which vessel was to leeward. The court was assisted by Captains Welbanke and Probyn.—The learned Judge having briefly stated the facts to the Trinity Masters, requested them to say whether they

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Sussex Agricultural Express

Sussex Agricultural Express Sussex, England

6 Jun 1857

Wm. Charles Lemuriere, Esq., of Ewell, Surrey, aged 32. On the 28lh ult., at Tandridge Priory, Godstone, his year, Robert Welbank, Esq., Captain in the U.E.1.C.8., and oue of the Elder Brethren of the Corporation of the Trinity House, London. At Maidstone

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

22 Aug 1941

an R.A.P. team on the Green on Saturday. Details: R.A.P.—Wingfteld b Newman 9; Lees not out 76; Ide b Newman 1; Davies e Wel&bank b White 15; Manning run out 1; Young b Bartlett 19: Hyman b Bartlett 0: Dean c White b Newman 5: Lister b Mathews 1: Shelton

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Worthing Herald

Worthing Herald Sussex, England

20 Apr 1929

stainless wiliery: Master P. sad Alias M. Jarvis. bread board; Mr. and Mrs. Stevens. diver butter dish. Mrs. and Miss Tuclutt, Wel:bank borierette. THE FUTURE OF SHOREHAM

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Sussex Agricultural Express

Sussex Agricultural Express Sussex, England

23 Nov 1901

Congregational Cbnrch, S.E., the Rev. John Eames, M.A., the Rev. Walter E Morgan. 8.A., A.T.S., second of J. M. Morgan, of Welbank, Lewi-ham, to Florence C. Powell, niece of the late William Powell, Croydon. WALTON—HARRIS.—On the 16fch November, at St.

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

8 May 1851

Hayter and Mrs Hayter. Mr* William and Mr Paynter, jon., Mr Godtden, Mr Weatby, Seymour, Colonel Johnion, Mr John*<>n, Mr Welbank, T. Hul*e, Captain St. Landon, Sir Harry Darrell. New Steine Hotel. Lady Thompson, Mr* Raikes, Captain and Mr* Napier, Mr

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Bexhill-on-Sea Observer

Bexhill-on-Sea Observer Sussex, England

20 Jan 1912

improvements, half-price: also nine-inch Green's Lawn Mower, in perfect condition, half-price; also Garden Hose and Reel; also Welbank's Boi’.eretto. used a few times, price 12s.—Can be seen 20, Linton-rood. Hifartings. . m View article

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West Sussex Gazette

West Sussex Gazette Sussex, England

6 May 1943

the lovely flowers delphiniums and antirrhinums are others—that we owe to China. It was brought from that country by Capt. Welbank in 1816, and was first N 1918 Gemini wee •forced to surreudes through lack of supplies, in men as well as material. Now. In

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

22 Oct 1863

The arrivals at the Glo’ster Hotel include Mr and Mrs Barrett, of Fallowfield, Manchester, and Mrs Shepherd, Mrs Jacomb, Welbank, and Mrs Sheehan, Mr Roe, Berford, Mr Cherrv, Mr and Mrs Megret. Mr Williams, Lieut.-Col. the Hon. J. Stewart, Captain Herne

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

28 Apr 1859

Hon. Mrs Lloyd Anstruther and son, Mr Mackinlay, Mr H. W. Hallam, Mr S. Taylor, Mr Richardson, and W. H. Smith. MrPowel, Mr Welbank, Mr W. G Drake. Mr Power Pierson, Mr H. Bnrghe, and Mrs Constance, Mr and Mrs Dalton, and Miss Alyne are among the arrivals

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Sussex Advertiser

Sussex Advertiser Sussex, England

2 Nov 1858

Gloucester Hotel.—Lady Macgregor, Admiral the Misses Zambier, Mrs and Miss Bavan, Misses Eisin, Mr aud .Mrs Morningtou, Mr Welbank, Mr and Misses Bower,Mr Toiler, Mr Grant, Mr Forbes,&c. New Steine Hotel.—Colonel Asted, Captain Cator, Rev. Mr Bird, Mr Whittaker

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Brighton Gazette

Brighton Gazette Sussex, England

30 Oct 1862

arrivals at the Glo’ster Hotel include Mr and Mrs Barratt, Mr and Mrs Fold, Miss West, Mr and Mrs Cooper, Miss Klyne, Mr Welbank, Mr Norton, Mr Jefferson, Mr Quicke, Mr Bristow, Mr King, Mr Saltwell, Mr Holmes. Mr and Mrs Bullock, Mr Rindson. Mr Gaitskell

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