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First cuckoo 7

First cuckoo 7

Mrs. Patricia Ferdiville, of IS, Larne Drive. Broughton, has reported 'hearing a cuckoo at 1-30 on Tuesday.
April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Police seek customer Chester CID wish to contact anyone who paid a bill of £3O or in excess of £3O,

Police seek customer Chester CID wish to contact anyone who paid a bill of £3O or in excess of £3O,

with six new £5 notes. at the Bridal House, Chester, last Friday or Saturday. A Police spokesman told us yesterday, - We have come into possession of these new £5 notes which have numbers in running sequence. We suspect they are part of the proceeds of a subsequent crime. "In an
April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LAST MINUTE GOAL CLINCHED

LAST MINUTE GOAL CLINCHED

On the slopes of the Pennines, in bright sunshine and a blustery wind, Chester Nomads Ist XI completed their programme for the season with a well earned 3-3 draw against Sheffield Falcons. Conceding an early goal to a sharp Sheffield attack, Nomads fell further behind a few minu
April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Reliance star on a memorable for the local

Reliance star on a memorable for the local

It was a great day for the local team, with Cheshire County Officers winning 3-2 at West Kirby, Christleton winning 2-1 at home against Moreton and, in the Second Division, Reliance registered one of the day's best results when they won 3 0 at Port Sunlight Res. Christleton Res
April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER ROBBED BY LATE PENALTY

CHESTER ROBBED BY LATE PENALTY

stopping Phil Thomas in the area, and nervous Colchester left the penalty to MOORE, their borrowed striker. wh3 drove the kick past Millington in the last minute of ordinary time. Colchester claimed another penalty in injury time for what looked like a handling offence but witho
April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
BY A CORRESPONDENT COLCHESTER UTD. 1 H. L. Victery CHOCOLATE KING Mrs. M. Tillman RAG

BY A CORRESPONDENT COLCHESTER UTD. 1 H. L. Victery CHOCOLATE KING Mrs. M. Tillman RAG

D. Oren MINCE OASIS J. Hanson PALACE HOPE Mn.s M. l Morley (A. Goodwill) KING OW SWING -7-7 C. P Hurt (Mrs. R Loans) TORRELLINO _7-7:7 D. Green SAMABULA Ndwin N. Cohen NOVA (It. Rollin/Maid) 1-7-7 (D Dole) .4. A. Richarls (D. The second acceptor; will be pttl)ltyted on 23rd Apri
April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Christleton News

Christleton News

WIVES' GROUP Members of the Wives' Group held their monthly meeting in the Methodist Schoolroom last Friday. Mrs. C. D. Mack presided, and members enjoyed the colour slides shown by her anti Mrs. C. J. Rydings of their visit to Western America. gave violin solos. A seasonal talk
April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
DI6POC)

DI6POC)

PRESTATYN Near Ffrith Beach Corner Detached Bungalow
April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
4, Hunter Street. Chester. Tel. 48N1

4, Hunter Street. Chester. Tel. 48N1

ROTH LOTS TO BE OFFERED FOR SALE AUCTION THE BLOSSOMS HOTEL. CHESTER THURSDAY, 14th APRIL, 1914, S Further details from the Auctioneers' Chester Mice For Sale by Private Treaty GREAT BOUGHTON. Compact Inter-war Semi-detached house In pleasant residential locality convenient for
April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
11--OBSERVER, THURSDAY, lith AMR, 1974

11--OBSERVER, THURSDAY, lith AMR, 1974

April 11, 1974 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England