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Gardeners. Grow Seakale in the Winter.

Gardeners. Grow Seakale in the Winter.

This is a highly-appreciated vegetablo during the winter months, when fresh vegetables are scarce. It can 1* secured throughout the dull mouths if a warm cellar, shed, or greenhouse is available,but it is essential that well-matured crowns are secured for forcing. Crowns grown i
December 17, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
A. T. Sidwell & Son WILL HOLD THEIR eIHRISTMAS SALE OF TURKEYS, GEESE, POULTRY, SUCKING PIGS, STORE. PIGS, FARM IMPLEMENTS,

A. T. Sidwell & Son WILL HOLD THEIR eIHRISTMAS SALE OF TURKEYS, GEESE, POULTRY, SUCKING PIGS, STORE. PIGS, FARM IMPLEMENTS,

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE., FURNITURE, etc., on WEDNESDAY, the 21st DECEMBER, AT THE SWAN HOTEL, NETHER WHITACRE. ALSO THE SECOND CHRISTMAS SALE, as above, AT THE I'ARK ROAD AUCTION MART, COLESHILL, ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, 1921, at 12 o'clock.
December 17, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
Established ISM S. BANNISTER. AUTHORISED 110112 E SLAUGHTERER. BONE MANURE WORKS, FOLESHILL, CO VENTS Y BEST PRICES GIVEN FOR 11011.1a1S

Established ISM S. BANNISTER. AUTHORISED 110112 E SLAUGHTERER. BONE MANURE WORKS, FOLESHILL, CO VENTS Y BEST PRICES GIVEN FOR 11011.1a1S

AND COWS. DEAD OR ALIVE. before Removal. Distant* no object. Telegrame—Beiesirrsa, Longford. Telephone No. 11 Longford. Telegrams received up to 10 a.m. Sundays. All telegrams paid for. Letters and tele. grams attended to immediately rt..eived. All animals killed by the meat Hum
December 17, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
STODDARD'S are !ALWAYS THE BEST.' The result of 50 Years Experience. _ Sole Agent for the District: Mr. GROVE, Butcher,

STODDARD'S are !ALWAYS THE BEST.' The result of 50 Years Experience. _ Sole Agent for the District: Mr. GROVE, Butcher,

, COLESHILL and SHUSTOKE.
December 17, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
CHRISTMAS• FESTIVITIES. FISH, GAME'. and POULTRY. FINE ENGLISH HARES. CHICICF.N-', DUCKS, and PHEASANTS speciality. Book in time at_ Colebrook &

CHRISTMAS• FESTIVITIES. FISH, GAME'. and POULTRY. FINE ENGLISH HARES. CHICICF.N-', DUCKS, and PHEASANTS speciality. Book in time at_ Colebrook &

Co., Ltd.) 59, The Parade, LEAMINGTON SPA NOTE OUR No.-743. Good Supp'y of TURKEYS & GZESE Rear+onaba Prsiees.
December 17, 1921 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
BLUEMEL BROS., LTD. • ANNUAL MEETING: CPMPANY'S SATISFACTORY POSITION.

BLUEMEL BROS., LTD. • ANNUAL MEETING: CPMPANY'S SATISFACTORY POSITION.

A satisfactory position of affairs was retke attarral areeetizg of shareholders of Bluemel Bros., Ltd., which was held at The Towers, Coventry, o n Wednesday afternoon. Mr. C. W. Bluemel presided, and was supported by Mr. F. BO Bluemel (managing director), Mr. A. Bednell, Mr. E.
January 14, 1922 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
EXTENSION TO BIRMINGHAM.

EXTENSION TO BIRMINGHAM.

Birmingham has many interests for Coleshill people, and the extension to Birmingham contributors of occasional space in this colonin will still further cement the friend• ship and sympathies at present existing. Cheering messages like the following will not be lost upon us. On 2
January 14, 1922 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
TRADE FIGURES FOR 1921. GREAT DECREASES AS COMPARED WITH 1920.

TRADE FIGURES FOR 1921. GREAT DECREASES AS COMPARED WITH 1920.

The Board of Trade has issued preliminary statements of the trade returns for the month of December and for the year 1921. The usual monthly return will be published in due course. The summarised returns show that imports in December reached a total value of £85,312,000, a decre
January 14, 1922 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ATHERSTONE.

THE ATHERSTONE.

The Atherstone /bet at Caldecote School on Saturday. Finding in Hartshill Hayes, hounds ran at a nice pace over Oldbury Park into Purley Chase and away over the Golf Links into Merevale. Turning left-handed the fox went through the covert and, leaving the Birmingham road on his
January 14, 1922 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England