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ANOTHER BREACII OF PROMISE.

ANOTHER BREACII OF PROMISE.

Another breach of pronoke was tried on Thursday at the Court of Exchequer, the plaintiff being a lady resident at Peckham, and the defendant a clerk in au assurance office. The action was practically undefended, and the love letters read in court were a strange compound of frivo
December 8, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
EXTRA STOCK

EXTRA STOCK

CROSS-BRED SHEEP, LONG AND SHORT WOOLLED CROSS— A Silver Medal for the best Sheep, John Overman, 13uinham Sutton ; 21 months; sire long wool, dam Southdown, first cross METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET—MON DAY. We had a larger supply of beasts, and on the average prices were lower. Th
December 8, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
BOROUGH HOP MARKET.-MONDAY.

BOROUGH HOP MARKET.-MONDAY.

The market has continued quiet. There has been a fair average supply from abroad, but the scarcity of homegrown samples gives a tone of firmness. -Prices are as follows Mid and East Kents, £7 Os. to £l2 12s. ; Weald of Keats, £5 6s. to £7 10s. ; Sussex £5 103. to £7 Os. ; Bavari
December 8, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
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December 8, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
Borwick's BAKING Gold Medal POWDER, FOR WHICH TWO GOLD MEDALS HAVE BEEN AWARDED.

Borwick's BAKING Gold Medal POWDER, FOR WHICH TWO GOLD MEDALS HAVE BEEN AWARDED.

• For making delicious Bread without Yeast, Flour Puddings with fewer Eggs, and Pastry with less Butter. Amongst the many Testinwnials received we beg h add the following:— Havre Exhibition, August 1, 1868. Daan Sin,-1 beg to inform you that after having tried with my confreres
December 8, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
Sales 1111 NIL 4. 2• lakttisr.

Sales 1111 NIL 4. 2• lakttisr.

Sales 11 11 NIL 4. 2• lakttisr. MR. FRED. A. WHEELER, AUCTION, ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENCY OFFICES, CHIPPING NORTON. Valuations for Transfer I Adminstral AGENT to the West of England The and Life Insurance Company.____ CHARLBURY FAIR. January let, 1870. 11:8. FRED. A. WHEELER IS I
December 29, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
DEDDINOTON.

DEDDINOTON.

ROBBING A TILL.--014 er Brotherton, a boy 10 of age, has been brought before H. C. Risley, Eq. , and C. C. Dormer Esq.. at the County Police Station, charged with stealing half-a-crown from the shop of Mr. Churchill, butcher and graver, on the 15th.—Mias Churchill provedthe case
December 29, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
CHIPPING-NORTON FAIR, JAN. 5, 1870. E. H, KECK IS instructed to SELL SHEEP by AUCTION, in the Fair.—Further entries will

CHIPPING-NORTON FAIR, JAN. 5, 1870. E. H, KECK IS instructed to SELL SHEEP by AUCTION, in the Fair.—Further entries will

oblige. Bourten-ox•tke-Water and Chipping-Norton, Dec. 16, 1869.
December 29, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
DOMESTIC ANTIPATHIES.

DOMESTIC ANTIPATHIES.

It is sometimes true that "absence makes the heart grow fonder "—true in so-called friendships—true in families—and where the affection is not intense, the friendship not from the heart, and acquaintances uncongenial, why then to be continually found in each ethers' company, is
July 14, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE FATAL VISION.

THE FATAL VISION.

" Give me a—ah, I can reach it myself," said the old merchant, in a husky voice, grasping with a tremulous hand a glass of water, and drinking hastily. " Excuse me, sir. lam not very well, and am quite old. In fact, I ate a lozenge a few days ago, and have not felt well since—ho
July 14, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England