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Finance Act. 1894

Finance Act. 1894

Sales and Valuations of Landed Estates. Urban Properties. Furniture and Articles of Vertu Telegrams: “Evans. Valuers. Stafford." Telephones Nos. 1165-1166 BANK HOUSE SALEROOMS. STAFFORD MESSRS. EVANS and EVANS arc instructed to SELL by AUCTION at the above ROOMS on FRIDAY. JUNE
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
By J. German & Son

By J. German & Son

By Direction of Capt. E. R. B. Drummond. J.P. LEICESTER FOREST WEST Within 5 miles of the City of Leicester Possession will be Given on Completion LOT I—An1 —An Attractive Small T.T. and ATTESTED DAIRY FARM, known as MOUNT PLEASANT FARM Together with MODERNISED RESIDENCE. Two Si
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
MONDAY NEXT

MONDAY NEXT

ROYAL OAK HOTEL. CANNOCK . MAY 26 An IMPORTANT SALE by AUCTION of FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL and INVESTMENT PROPERTIES at: CANNOCK. UPPER LANDYWOOD and CHADBMOOR. viz.: LOT I—By Direction of Mrs. M. Harborow; * THE GLEN.” SHOAL HILL. CANNOCK. This'Property is WITHDRAWN. Estate of Alfr
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
(Phone Fcrnhill Heath 238)

(Phone Fcrnhill Heath 238)

C. E. MORETON, Broom Hall, Stretton, Stafford (Tel. Brewood 209) DAY-OLD CHICKS FROM OUR OWN FULLY ACCREDITED STOCK Hatching Every Thursday BREEDS AVAILABLE PURE R.1.R.. LS. x R.1.R.. BI.L. x R.1.R.. Br.L. R.I.R. JUNE DELIVERY PULLETS £l2 per 100 HEAVY BREED COCKS per 100 LIGHT
May 23, 1952 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Cripple rescued from a burning Invalid Car PROMPT action the part of Mr. M. J. Howard, of 106, Mandeville Road,

Cripple rescued from a burning Invalid Car PROMPT action the part of Mr. M. J. Howard, of 106, Mandeville Road,

Aylesbury, saved the life of a middle-aged cripplci who was travclrlng Bicester on Sunday specially-made motor-driven invalid car. Mi. Howard noticed from Hie window of his house that the man pea red to be having (rouble with the car. Then came cries for help. When Mr. Howard ra
May 23, 1952 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
AYLESBURY, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1952 Stole scrap brass from hospital store MARRIED man with five children Albert Arthur Moulding (34),

AYLESBURY, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1952 Stole scrap brass from hospital store MARRIED man with five children Albert Arthur Moulding (34),

ol Bittenham Slone, pleaded guilty at Aylesbury Magistrates Court on Tuesday to stealing scrap brass and lead hom a store at Stoke Mandcvilie Hospital, Aylesbury, where he was formerly employed as plant attendant. and asked for offences of stealing dinner plates, soup plates and
May 23, 1952 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
ABOVE

ABOVE

The Mii>i»r <>f Aylesbury, Councillor Mrs. K. \l. White, is piciurcri readiafi (he Dcclamlion of Acceptance of dike al (he annual meeting of the Borough Council on Monday. She vs as starling her second year as the town's chief citizen. LEFT Here our cameraman caught the Mayor un
May 23, 1952 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
BUCKS COUNTY COUNCIL

BUCKS COUNTY COUNCIL

Applications arc invited for the appointment of two female Shorthand- Typists in the County Architect's Department, County Offices. Aylesbury. Salary scales within £l7O-£360 o.a. according to qualifications and experience. These appointments are supcrannuablc and subject to medi
May 23, 1952 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
LITTLE CHALFONT (Phone 2089)

LITTLE CHALFONT (Phone 2089)

Also at RICKMANSWORTH, PINNER NORTHWOOD & CHORLEYWOOD Undertake Sales of Properly, Furniture Farming Slocks and also Valuations of descriptions, over vrar« ST. DAVID’S COLLEGE, HIGH WYCOMBE SCHOOL, boys and girls 4-18. Boy boarders taken from 6, Preparation for Grammar School an
May 23, 1952 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Forthcoming Auction Sale. SARNIA,” BURTONS LANE, CHALFONT ST. GILES THE SUPERIOR FURNISHINGS which Messrs. SWANNELL & SLY having previously <old

Forthcoming Auction Sale. SARNIA,” BURTONS LANE, CHALFONT ST. GILES THE SUPERIOR FURNISHINGS which Messrs. SWANNELL & SLY having previously <old

the property, are instructed to sell by Public Auction ON THE PREMISES on THURSDAY, sth JUNE, 1952 comnjencing at 1.30 o'clock precisely. On view morning of sale from 10 o'clock. Catalogues (price 3d. each) from the Auctioneers at their offices: Station Approach Little Chalfont
May 23, 1952 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England