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RUGELEY NOTES. Wanton Mischief.

RUGELEY NOTES. Wanton Mischief.

There are those who, no matter how much may be none to improve their lot, will persist in repaying kuniuess by ingratitude cud misbehavbour. when the ofteudere are, as in the present instance, chietiy those of „ tender years, then not much Call be sam, but surely toe parents of
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
Pawslbllltlee.

Pawslbllltlee.

The scheme, which is now to be examined by a specially const'euted committee, is one which possesses pcesibilities. There is mrelv very much happening in the vicinity of lingeley on gugnst Bank Ifolida y v. Yew towns withie a radius of ten mile fetes arranged for that day, and i
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
TIN Dubs of York. DISAPPOINTING GAME AT HILLARY STREET. LANE ON THE MARK.

TIN Dubs of York. DISAPPOINTING GAME AT HILLARY STREET. LANE ON THE MARK.

wWM all thing' taken into cortaidera %ton well to /get points out of six •lurin i t the tiaiiter holidays. 'Two oi (heir last 'hes were .n foreign tenger-. Cretal Palace in Rsturday, and queen's Park on Monday, and the latter team thee entertained at ntreart on 'Tuesday. 'these
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
POOTEALL COMPETITION No. U. MaOhm PIaEMI April 21N.

POOTEALL COMPETITION No. U. MaOhm PIaEMI April 21N.

knits out in ink the names of the you think will lose. To Indicate a draw de not cross out either team. t UP FINAL. BLACKBURN R. v. HUDDERSFIELD DOLTON W. v. WEST HAM MANCHESTER U. v. SHIPPIELD U. TOTTENHAM H. v. BURY DVERTON v. ASTON VILLA BIRMINGHAM v. LIVERPOOL STOKE CITY v.
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
11. I, TTMES COLDEN WEDDING AT WECINESOVRY. FOLEY STREET COUPLE'S ACH I EY EN ENT.

11. I, TTMES COLDEN WEDDING AT WECINESOVRY. FOLEY STREET COUPLE'S ACH I EY EN ENT.

On Sunday, April Hr. Edwin Crosier, was married in lioxtey Partais to Miss Elizabeth Fellows. ''the happy couple have resided in Wednesbury ever since the happy event. He is • native of King's Hill and she was born in West Bromwich, but that matters little, for they have spent t
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
LOITERING FOR BETTING. ' -- CHAIM TIMM! WOMAN MOD.

LOITERING FOR BETTING. ' -- CHAIM TIMM! WOMAN MOD.

For loitering for the purpose of taking bete, Mrs. Julia Bills (134), of 30, Ironstone Road, Chase Terisoe, was fined £lO by the Brownhills magistrates on Wednesday. P.S. Orland said he wae in company with P.C. Bromley in Lawn Street, Chaite Terrace. at 2-30 p.m. on March 11th.
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
APARTMENTS

APARTMENTS

Rome for Two Lady or Boarders. locehty.—Price, 4S, UMW VVIDOW has homely Lodgings for a Respectable Young Maa.—Appiy, lidlin, Renwick Terrace, Preaeriok Street.
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
GREAT WYRLEY COLLIERY. °NEAT WYRLEY COLLIERY TO SE NE-STARTED.

GREAT WYRLEY COLLIERY. °NEAT WYRLEY COLLIERY TO SE NE-STARTED.

That the Great Wyrley Colliery is to restart is now a definite fact., though the number of nieu engaged will not be large for some time. For the first time on Thursday coal was brought' up the shaft froni the of yard coal, which is nearer the surface than ,those seams which were
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
OLD COMRADES. South Wales Borderers' Convivial Gathering. ANNUAL MEETING AND DINNER AT WHITTINGTON SARRACKS.

OLD COMRADES. South Wales Borderers' Convivial Gathering. ANNUAL MEETING AND DINNER AT WHITTINGTON SARRACKS.

The annual meeting and dinner of the Wales Borderers' Old Comradea' was held at Whittington i..tro•i..s. Lichfield, on Saturday evening. a large number of members attended - Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, Manchester, I ,:oinit and South Wales. tt the business meeting it was reported
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
WINES & LLOYDS BANK D.

WINES & LLOYDS BANK D.

CO-OMATION Whilst consideration _of the security afforded to depositors has been one of the principles which has earned an enviable repteation for the English banking systetn, ciiticism is often directed against the Banks on the ground that they do not afford suffiaient assistan
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England