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LACROSSE.

LACROSSE.

West Croydon 7, Woodford £>. Senior Flag.
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

In a six-round contest at the National Sporting Club Monday night. Tod (Plaistow) beat Jim Campbell (Old lord) on points, and in a ten-round bout Hairy Heeve (Plaistow) stopped Jim liearne (Mary■ iebone) at the end of the seventh meeting, after having decidedly the of the match.
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
RIFLE SHOOTING.

RIFLE SHOOTING.

Shenfield Rifle Club met Dytchleys Rifle Club on Saturday in a match, and won points. Scores; 776, Dytchleys 61a. NORTH ESSEX RIFLE CLUB LEAGUE In the above league R.C. met Dimmow K.C.. and the. bacon town had for the tirst time to submit to defeat in the league matches. The res
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MESSRS. J. K. KING AND SONS.

MESSRS. J. K. KING AND SONS.

The greatest industry of the country is agriculture, and every effort advance it will welcomed, the Farm Manual ivjr 1913 just issued by Messrs. John iv. King and Sons, of will found information which should be read by every farmer. The question ol pedigree selection, its past,
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
THE SUFFRAGISTS.

THE SUFFRAGISTS.

KEW PAVILION BURNT DOWN, Following upon the blowing of Mr. ** Lloyd George's house, the lea pavilion Gardens was burnt down early yesterday morning. The pavilion, valued between £1,000 a-iid was set alight bv means cotton _ wads paraffin. Two women, Lilian Lenton, Joyce Locke, w
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 

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DEATH MR. A. K. The death occurred recently, the Hotel Ceci;, was for the winter, of Mr. A. K. Miller,

DEATH MR. A. K. The death occurred recently, the Hotel Ceci;, was for the winter, of Mr. A. K. Miller,

aged years, iormeriy Sskreens Park, Box well.
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ONGAR.

ONGAR.

A Straw Stack standing in a field near the road at Loft Hall, .Navestock. the property of Mr. Pratt, was destroyed fire Saturday. The occurred somewhat suddenly Tuesday Mr. Bennett Pennington, at his residence, St. James' Lodge, Marden Ash. Deceased was years of age. The Homes R
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MALDON.

MALDON.

Hippodrome.—A complimentary benefit was given in the Hippodrome on Wednesday to Mr. Will the popular manager. Fojft Another Maldon.—The children attending the new Council School have purchased subscription a fine Union Jack, was yesterday dispatched to the scholars attending the
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
HEYBRIDGE.

HEYBRIDGE.

A Highly Successful Rummage Sale and Bazaar were held in the Headquarters on Wednesday evening in aid of the funds of the Heybridge Cricket Club. The admirable arrangements were carried out energetic committee, with Mr. S. Whalley hon. sec. and Mr. E. F. Gower chairman. The stal
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
KELYEDON.

KELYEDON.

ov Miss Luct Docwra. -— See Obituary, page 2.
February 21, 1913 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England