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ONGAR FARMERS' UNION.

ONGAR FARMERS' UNION.

meeting the Executive Committee the branch of the Farmers' Union was held Saturday, the King's Hear Hotel. Mr. ii. B. Barron presiding. Mr. J.. E. Bennett reported that tbe deputation bad met the Local Food Control Committee with regard to the price milk, which had previously be
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
IS REV. F NICHOLSON.

IS REV. F NICHOLSON.

IS REV. NICHOLSON. ??
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
STORTFORD PETTY SESSION

STORTFORD PETTY SESSION

YESTERDAY. Before Barnard (chairman). T. Gilbey. II Kent. E. Oarruthers, T. W. Burton.' Boy and Cigarettes. At a Children's t ford m put on ore nation 'for 12 and receive ci.x strokes the Satisfactory Report. - Mr. H. J., Andrews probation officer, presented bis re(or last year.
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Parcels for Soldiers.—Mrs. Brace and Mrs. Wilson have collected £12 is. 6d. for parcels the 21 men of the pariah

Parcels for Soldiers.—Mrs. Brace and Mrs. Wilson have collected £12 is. 6d. for parcels the 21 men of the pariah

serving the war.
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ROMFORD.

ROMFORD.

P.c. C. E. Eemp, has transferred to Romford. New Rectok or St. Andrew's.—On Saturday Rev. George Victor Sumner, M.A., was instituted and inducted as rector St. Andrew's, the room the Rev. J. H. Barrow, M.A., resigned. The new rector was until recently rector Hope, near Shrewsbur
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 

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ONGAR.

ONGAR.

An EirrERTAOiMENT was given the Hall of the Hackney Children's Homes Wednesday. The programme, which included the operetta, " Sunrise Land," was well sustained the children.
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
BISHOP STORTFORD.

BISHOP STORTFORD.

The Death has occurred from double pneumonia of Mr. John a well-known barley for H. A. and D. Taylor. Thb Funeral took place Bishop Cemetery of Mrs. M. Daniels, widow late Mr. B. P. Dajiiels. The deceased lady, who was 75 years of ago, in a Londou Nursing Homo.
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
ILFORD.

ILFORD.

Entertained.-Kir Peter Griggs. J.P., C.A., and Laay Griggs were on Saturday guests of numerous company of personal aud political friends at Cranbrook Hall. Specials' Presewtation. The Chad-well Heath specials held smoking concert the Whitt* Hart Hotel. on Tuesday, and presented
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
LOUGHTON.

LOUGHTON.

Concert.—A very successful concert, arranged Mr. Algernon Osborne, the new organist the Parish Church, was given to large audience in the Lopping Hail. The Loughton Choral Society and Orchestra, conducted by Mr. Henry Riding, F.R.C.0.,, and the farce, "A War Committee." by pupil
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
HOMFORD.

HOMFORD.

First Annual Social Gathering the 2nd Widford Troop of Boy Scouts held the headquarters. Games and recitations made up an enjoyable evenng. Refreshments were provided Rev. F. R. and Mrs. Thuxlow.
January 18, 1918 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England