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DEATHS

DEATHS

Oreenvay.—June 22nd. Jessie, •he late Joseph GREEN way, rton. passed peacefully away, ?d years. We will meet in ruoriea garden. Mawle.—At Southampton. J. 8. A' ron M awle. eldest son of the late J. T. Mawle, aged years. IN HEMORIAM Ashby.—Treasured memories of dear wife and moth
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BUSINESS

BUSINESS

ON main Stratford-on-Avon Oxford Road. A popular and substantially built ROADHOUSE with full catering licence. Living accommodation, swimming pool, outbuildings and some acres; good water and electricity ; septic tank drainage. Weekly turnover approximately £65. Price freehold w
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Oar Hire Service in Operation

Oar Hire Service in Operation

MOSS TAXIS The Elms Garages Tiddington Road Stratford-on-Avon Tel. Stratford-on-Avon 3076 Car Dismantlbrs Cars and vans etc. sold and cx;han*ed ; crash cars bought in any mrt of the country, any condition. spares for any motor vehicle waiiable. Hire Purchase and Insurance arrang
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
HANDLING

HANDLING

©n short headlands steep gradients irregular shaped fields, the New Fordson Major is easy to handle. The modern ‘car type’ controls and steering VALUE and the deep ‘shock absorber’ • seat give extra comfort andreduce driver fatigu'. an exceptionally good view of your work. and n
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
HORLEY

HORLEY

Sewerage Scheme. —As the proposed means of access to the site on the Horley sewerage scheme is a public footpath the Banbury R.D.C. has decided to purchase a right of way through a field on the South side of the stream. (Banbury) Ltd. Thk Obioinal Cake Shop (1638 a.d.) MORNING C
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 

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Auditors

Auditors

Pedigree Livestock auctioneers: Insurance Agents ; Estate Management : Rent Collection Sales of Antique and Modern Furniture high Street, banburv Oxon (Tel. 2274/5) also Bicester (Tel. 73) Buckingham (Tel. 2104)
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
A.C.1.A., L.V.I,

A.C.1.A., L.V.I,

At the Central Auction Mart] (opposite Town Hall in the Catherine Wheel yard) on TUESDAY. JULY Bth, 1952 ; On view morning of sale from I 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., when sale will commence. No catalogues are available for this sale, which is now fully booked. Next sale Tuesday, Augus
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Further remand

Further remand

Twenty-three-year-old Jesse Ralph Smith, absentee from the Coldstream Guards. Cater- ham. was smartlv dr uniform when appeared mrt for tin Han bury on Monday ami was r rnanded in custody for a further week, charged with breaking and entering the home of ox-Det. Constable Hollowa
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
INGERSOkU

INGERSOkU

Pocket Watches 25/- Wrist Watches £3 2 6 30 Hour Timepiece in Oak 47/6 Alarms Unconditional guarantee to cover breakage
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
SCHOOL MATCHES

SCHOOL MATCHES

Banbury Grammar v. Kingham Hill KING HAM HILL—IOS (Smith 36, Haynes 20, Nursey 19). HANBURY GRAMMAR—BS for wickets (Holiday 29, Easen not out 25, Coleman 16). Banbury Grammar v. Old Banburians GRAMMAR SCHOOL 62 (Coughlan 27). OLD BANBURIANS 104 (Plester not out 51, Taylor 16). O
July 3, 1952 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England