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Bad-tempered boy sentenced to Borstal training DESCRIBED by bis mother as - bad-tempered boy who often refused to pay for

Bad-tempered boy sentenced to Borstal training DESCRIBED by bis mother as - bad-tempered boy who often refused to pay for

his board and lodging George Edward Emery C 8), labourer, committed from Rugeley, was sent for Borstal training after pleading pruiltv at Staffordshire Quarter Sessions on Tuesday to possessing housebreaking implements and attempting to break into a Kuceley lock-up shop. Emery w
January 4, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Motor Cars and Cycles

Motor Cars and Cycles

AUSTIN Hire Car: Early delivery; Austin 25cwt 3-way Van. immediate delivery; Austin Chassis and Cab in stock; any type of bodywork supplied.—Call, write or phone. Gwennap. Austin Dealer. Stafford (Tel. MORRIS 10. 1936. just overhauled and resprayed, excellent condition R. Thorle
January 4, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
STAFFS. FARM INSTITUTE HAS NEW PRINCIPAL: MR H. E. WELLS Haro'.d Eustace Wells* 41- yeai'-oid exi-cuave omcer to the Staftordshire

STAFFS. FARM INSTITUTE HAS NEW PRINCIPAL: MR H. E. WELLS Haro'.d Eustace Wells* 41- yeai'-oid exi-cuave omcer to the Staftordshire

Ajjricultural Executive Committee since 1944. has been appointed Assistant Director Agricultural Education for Staffordshire and principal of Staffordshire Farm Institute. Penkridge. to succeed the late Dr. G. H. Bates. Mr. Wells, whose appointment is subject to conflrmaiion by
January 18, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BY SHORT CORNER

BY SHORT CORNER

STAFFORD Hockey Club drew at Wombourne I—l,1 —1, and it was a fair result to hard-fought game. Wombourne had more of the play In the earlier stages, Stafford taking some time to settle down, but the visiting defence, with D’Arcy brilliant at left back, gave ample protection to W
January 11, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
NEW STREET LIGHTING

NEW STREET LIGHTING

After February, night-drivers on the Wolverhampton Road, Stafford. will find their task made easier by 82 "day-light blue’’ 400- vvatt bulbs which are being installed on 25ft. standards between the Public Library and School Lane. The cost of installation is £5,116 of which the M
January 11, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
HUMBER

HUMBER

8-Seater PULLMAN LIMOUSINE & IMPERIAL SALOON The Pullman is impressive, spacious 8-seater of grace and dignity, eminently suitable for business or professional use, for industrial organisations, a dignified town carriage, or for fast long disunce touring. For the owner who more
January 11, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
‘ GILMOUR ’ ONE-WAY MOUNTED PLOUGH

‘ GILMOUR ’ ONE-WAY MOUNTED PLOUGH

GILMOUR ONE-WAY MOUNTED PLOUGH (Patent applied for) for the Fordson Jl Major % Tractor PRICE £B5 EX-WORKS Sole Manufacturers
January 11, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
IRONSTONE PATENT

IRONSTONE PATENT

After prolonged investigations at the new factory. Miles Mason invented his famous Ironstone China, which, according to the specifications of the patent he took out. consisted of scoria " or slag of ironstone pounded and ground in certain proportions with flint, Cornwall Stone a
January 11, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
FRIDAY NEXT. JANUARY 18

FRIDAY NEXT. JANUARY 18

SPECIAL MONTHLY SALE OF 25 ATTESTED DAIRY CATTLE in Bridgnorth attested MARKET These are all genuine farmers* Cattle and well worth the allenUon of those seeking first-class stock Entries of note to date include: 14 months* old de-horned Pedigree and Non-i>edigree Friesian Heife
January 11, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
CONTRIBUTIONS REDUCED

CONTRIBUTIONS REDUCED

The estimated cost of the sewer necessary to connect these two smallholdings, it was stated, was £2OO. The council decided to reduce the contribution to £4O each. On the Public Health Committee's recommendation, the clerk was asked to apply for the approval of the Ministry of Ho
January 25, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England