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riatt. CHIPPING NORTON " PEEP O'DAY " V. GREAT Rettatcarr.—A match was played between the above clubs on Saturday last, on the ground of the latter, and resulted in a victory for the "Peep o'Day's" with 34 runs to spare. It was decided by tho first innings, time being called befo
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
COTSWOLD RAM BALER.

COTSWOLD RAM BALER.

On Thursday week, Mr. Acock, of the firm of Lyne and Acock, the well-known auctioneers, sold by auction a number of Cotswold rams, belonging to the dock of Mr. Lane, of Broadfield, in the presence of a large company. After a spirited competition, the 54 shearling sheep offered,
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
MY VELOCIPEDE!

MY VELOCIPEDE!

I envy not his gallant steed Triat man who cloth bestride; For I have a Velocipede, Which I prefer to ride. On, on we go, machine and load, And never stop to bait : Toll-free along the turnpike-road We clear each turnpikl gate. To keep a hobby-horse like mine, You need not keep
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
WEiLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE.

WEiLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE.

The following obituary may be taken as • rpecimen of the brief biographical sketches of deceased violaters which were reed to the Conference John Wert Crukshaw was born at Adlington, near Bolton, of godly parents, and early displayed signs of a devout and serious spirit. When ab
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
A VISIT TO WILDBAD.

A VISIT TO WILDBAD.

To those of our readers who have observed how kind Dame Nature has been in providing "healing waters" for the " Lune and the halt," the following description (by the Corr.- spon.leut of the Standard) of that hospital of the &filleted— Wildbad—will be tuteresting : The baths of W
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 

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PROPERTY OF MARRIED WOMEN.

PROPERTY OF MARRIED WOMEN.

Jerry Sneak writes to us to ask whether Russell Gurnee, who has taken charge of Mr. Lefevre's Bill, is "the Gurney married" whose life, by one Theodore Hook, he has seen ads ertised ? He says he can hardly think so, or Russell Gurney would have hesitated before taking np a measu
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
A STONE•DRESSING MACHINE.

A STONE•DRESSING MACHINE.

One day last week a party of gentlemen connected with architectural and engineering works assembled, by invitation, on the Thames Embankment, London, to witness an experimental exhibition of Holmes's patent stone-dressing machine. This machine, which is an American invention, co
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11, 1869.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11, 1869.

unduly to einate the jaded spine, lead. at any rate to a decided sense of mental and moral idleness which has its sanitary value. Sea and sky—only it is doubtful which is sea and which is sky—when enveloped in as indistinct haze and gracious gauzy mist of unobtrusive faint lead
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE IRISH EMIGRANT IN AMERICA.

THE IRISH EMIGRANT IN AMERICA.

"J. C. writing to The Times, says beg to place at your disposal for publication a letter which I lately received from an American friend, of the highest authority and experience on such subjects, to whom I had addressed quarto, regarding the position which the Irish emigrant wi
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
WORK FOR THE HOLIDAYS!

WORK FOR THE HOLIDAYS!

The Times explains the nature of the task which the Chancellor of the Exchequer, according to his own remark, has set the nation to do during the holidays. The beet was , to make Mr. Lowe's desires intelligible (Rays the Pali Mali Gamete), is to plunge at once in mediae res. At
August 11, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England