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DISASTROUS AUSTRIAN AIR RAID.

DISASTROUS AUSTRIAN AIR RAID.

It is learnt from Austrian sourer that of twenty-four Austrian aeroplanes which participated in a recent r.ir raid over Italy only seventeen returned, aid that right of these were more or less damaged. Of the aviator* who took part in the raid twenty were severely wounded, three
April 13, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
CHARGES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS.

CHARGES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS.

COITTMK. One Week 2s. inch. Two and under Thirteen 6d. weekly Tr Notices, Once More than Is. Od, », «t Meetings, &c. la. t * *• Special Prices for Thirteen or Insertion Legal, Official, an«l Auctioneers’ charged increased rates. REPAID SMALL ADVKKTISKMSNTS. Woekiy. Situations Wa
April 20, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE BANBUBY ADVERTISES, THURSDAY, APRIL 20. 1916

THE BANBUBY ADVERTISES, THURSDAY, APRIL 20. 1916

April 20, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE CJ EBK > REPORT.

THE CJ EBK > REPORT.

THE CJ EBK REPORT. Tha Deputy Clerk reported that Mr. W. C Woods had returned to duties at Dasbwocd Council School, so would not be any weoMsity to appeal to tbe Local Tribunal on behalf of Mr. F. Bjwater for temporary exemptioo. The Deputy Clerk further reported that Treasurar b
April 20, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Main Iw'r obeyed, woman

Main Iw'r obeyed, woman

April 20, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE HOUR OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS.

THE HOUR OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS.

Mr. J. Reeves asked that the committee should consider as bolding their meetings halt-paMt six instead ot six o’clock, as extra half-hour would he great convenience for those reprei-entativ-s the Workpeoples,* Association who did i.avi* work until half-past five. The meeting clo
April 20, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE MILITARY IN BANBURY DEPARTURE OF TROOPS.

THE MILITARY IN BANBURY DEPARTURE OF TROOPS.

THE MILITARY IN BANBURY DEPARTURE TROOPS. During the past few days the number military biilntt-.d tbe town hai- bt-en considerably reduced, drafts ct 17ch Rifle Brigade having left for foreign eervice gone other places for musketry practise, and the 23rd King's Royil R*fles gone
April 20, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
LOCAL TRIBUNAL MEETINGS.

LOCAL TRIBUNAL MEETINGS.

MIDDLETOX CHENEY RURVL DISTRICT. A The Local Tribunal for tua Middleton Rural District Uoion Office, Btubory, Thursday. tb« members present b-incf Mr. W.* L. Hirers (chairman), Krv F. Cartwright, Mr. ID p • Brooke, Mr. R Barnett, Mr. C. North, Mr. J. P. Cooko«;ll. am! Mr. A. Edm
April 20, 1916 - Banbury Advertiser - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
MORTGAGE.—MOviEY.

MORTGAGE.—MOviEY.

R. U. W. SOUTHGATE, of the General irl. Life Office. 3. Brunswick-atreet. LiTcrpool. iMlvisea gratis ou great savings now procurable from Income Tax by means of Life Assurance Investment, and arranges advances, in conjunction with Life Policies, on approved Mortgages. Reversions
April 21, 1916 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
HEALTH OF THE DISTRICT.

HEALTH OF THE DISTRICT.

HEALTH THE DISTRICT. The M kdicai. (Dr. Kingston), reiKjrted that during the past quarter there were ten deaths, equal t«i a death-rate of 14-72 per 1.000. There was one death of child under on© vear, giving infant death-rate of 83.33 per 1.000 h:rth*. The births numbered 12—six
April 21, 1916 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England