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EXPERIMENTAL FRUIT PLOT.

EXPERIMENTAL FRUIT PLOT.

The fruit plot at Castle Farm, run by the County Council as an experimental fruit plot for the benefit of the general public, will be ope n for inspection on Friday evenings for the next five weeks, when anyone interested in fruit (particularly apple) culture should take the opp
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
SALT CAT ISLAND.

SALT CAT ISLAND.

salt Cay is one of the Bahamas, and is a little strip three mikes long and about only three-quarters wide, and is the scene on which a salt industry has prospered for many Years. The island is shaped like a shallow bowl. Huge force sea water into the interior, where the sun evap
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
BLEi POOR LAW SPORTS, TAMWORTH GUARDIANS' NEW DEPARTURE.

BLEi POOR LAW SPORTS, TAMWORTH GUARDIANS' NEW DEPARTURE.

It was decided by Tamworth Board of Guardians on Saturday to hold. sports for the inmates of the institution. Mr. F. Botterill, chairman of the House Committee, stated that in the opinion of the inspectors all those little diversions were exceedingly necessary for the inmates,.
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
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AT THE POST OFFICE 1.8 A NEWSPAPIII. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. 1923.
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
CHURCH FINANCE. RECEIPTS FROM PARISHES.

CHURCH FINANCE. RECEIPTS FROM PARISHES.

CHURCH FINANCE. RECEIPTS PARISHES. The "Diocesan Gazette" states that the payments to the Board of Finance up to June 24th amounted to £2,357. The amount actually paid out this year has been £3,337 13s. 54. _ The following are the payments which have been made on account by the p
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
" A THOUSAND WITNESSES! "

" A THOUSAND WITNESSES! "

Two polishers named Arthur Woodfield, 2c. Cross Cheaping, and Sidney Beautoy, no fixed abode, t .harged with committing a breach of the peace by fighting in Well Street on August 10th. Both pleaded Hot guilty. P.c. Ilitons said that at 10.20 p.m. he saw the men fighting. He caut
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
DRT7NKENNESS AND ASSAULTS.

DRT7NKENNESS AND ASSAULTS.

Robert Tallis, 34, John Street, Bedworth, miner, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in John Street, on August sth. lie was further summoned by Mary Ann Trafford and Alice Trafford, 13, John Street, Bedworth, for an assault on August sth. Mr. 11. L. Nelson appeared for T
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
TRADE RETURNS FOR JULY.

TRADE RETURNS FOR JULY.

MIDLAND INDUSTRIES. The Board of Trade returns for July show that imports totalled £76,818,334, a decrease of £12,489,349, as compared with June. British exports amounted to £59,503,850, a decrease of £3,379,709 from the previous month. When the figures of the imports and Britis
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL COLESHILL. DYAD MASTEIR: .THE REV. T. S. BATEMAN, 8.A., London, 2nd Claws Honours in English; Teaching Diplomas of

GRAMMAR SCHOOL COLESHILL. DYAD MASTEIR: .THE REV. T. S. BATEMAN, 8.A., London, 2nd Claws Honours in English; Teaching Diplomas of

the Universities of London and Dublin; Exhibitioner of Jesus College, Oxford; Senior Scholar of the University College of Wales; formerly VI. Form Master at the Grammar School, Watford. ASSISTANT STAPP: CAPTAIN H. G. STEAD, M.Sc. (Birmingham), F.C.P., F.C.S., Secondary' Teaching
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
FOR MORE THAN FORTY YEARS THOUSANDS OF LADIES HAVE DERIVED GREAT BENEFIT PROM DR. DAVIS'S FAMOUS FEMALE PILLS have been

FOR MORE THAN FORTY YEARS THOUSANDS OF LADIES HAVE DERIVED GREAT BENEFIT PROM DR. DAVIS'S FAMOUS FEMALE PILLS have been

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August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England