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RE-ELECTION OF MEMBERS.

RE-ELECTION OF MEMBERS.

A letter was received from the clerk to the Hendon District Council elating that all the members of the committee had been re-elected. Mr. Sneath said that their thanks were due to the Council for this renewal of They appreciated the compliment paid to them, and* he was sure the
April 21, 1916 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
AVIATION PUPILS.

AVIATION PUPILS.

An aviation student, of Nonh-end-road, Golders-green, who said had reached advanced stage in his training, asked for sis weeks’ postponement. He said began the end of November, the weather being responsible for the fact that he had not yet obtained bis certificate. —The Tribunal
April 14, 1916 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
MB. J. B. WMITEHODSB.

MB. J. B. WMITEHODSB.

The. public examination in bankruptcy of debtor’s private affairs took place at the Bankruptcy Court, Barnet yesterday, before the Registrar, Dr. W. 0. Boyos. Mr. W. J. Savill again conducted it, and the case lasted four and hours. In response to various questions put to him by
April 14, 1916 - Hendon & Finchley Times - London, London, England
 
BBRNARD-SMITH

BBRNARD-SMITH

April 6, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
CANT DENT IT.

CANT DENT IT.

If tbit hftd happened anywhere except in Banbury our readers might doubt it. Tbe average man is a doubter. This is not turphrtirg—but proof like the following carnot be dieputed. It will stand any amount of investigation. lire S. A. Clement 3, of 27, Old Grimsbury Road, Grimtbur
April 6, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
ITALIANS BRING DOWN THREE MACHINES

ITALIANS BRING DOWN THREE MACHINES

It 4J» officially announced, says Reuter message front Rome, that Monday afternoon five enemy seaplanes, supported two torpedmboats which kept well off from the coast, appeared over Ancona. Attacked anti aircraft guns, armoured train, and four Italian aeroplanes, the raiders fle
April 6, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
NEWS IN BRIEF.

NEWS IN BRIEF.

ROYAL GIFTS FOR IiRLGIUM. Ctanarous support has been given lo the new appeal the National Committee for Belief Belgium, the K ng iMadiu? liet with £5OO. the Queen guv in* and Queen £lOO. DAILY STEAMKU SERVICE T'» SWEDEN. The Royal Comiiieroial ComoLusion, which ha»> been inveeti
April 6, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BOROUGH POLICE. SATURDAY

BOROUGH POLICE. SATURDAY

Before Mr. C. Windsor (io the chair) and Mr. W. J. Bloxham Troublksoms Workuocsk Inmate.— Hannah Wilson (64), inmate of Banbury Workhouse, was charged with refusing to perform her allotted task on the previous day. Prisoner pleaded guilty, saying she was used to needlework, and
April 6, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE BANBURY ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1916. THE GRAND THEATRE

THE BANBURY ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1916. THE GRAND THEATRE

Tbtra w«» aery spiking picture the Grand Theatre U«t week-end in eplendid fllm-reraion of Uuida'e faecieaiiog etory Strattmore,’ and the many thrilling ecenee portrayed wore followed with very keen interest by well- Blled boueee. The play wae finely acted throughout, and erery i
April 6, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
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April 6, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England