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Horticulture, &c.

Horticulture, &c.

Mode of keeping Appi.es —It seems not to be generally known, that apples may kept the whole year round by being immersed in corn, which receives no injury from their contact- Improvement by plantation at once the easiest, the cheapest, and the least precarious mode of increasing
February 8, 1828 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AUDLEM ASSEMBLY, fin HIS Old Established Meeting will take place on Thursday, the 14th day of February next, the Lord

AUDLEM ASSEMBLY, fin HIS Old Established Meeting will take place on Thursday, the 14th day of February next, the Lord

Combcrniere Inn. Gentlemen's Tickets, os. Cd.; Ladies' 3s. Cd. including Tea, Coffee, and other Refreshments. Dancing to commence Eight o'Clock. », MR. R. HILL, Managers. . .| HOLLAND. ' AUDLExM be held on THURSDAY the 14th Ffc- BRUARY instant, at Mr. Shukeu's, the Crown Inn. Ge
February 8, 1828 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TEETH Patronized by the Faculty of Chester, Cheshire, Shropshire, and North Wales, EVASON AND JONES, Surgeon Dentists, 22, White Friars,

TEETH Patronized by the Faculty of Chester, Cheshire, Shropshire, and North Wales, EVASON AND JONES, Surgeon Dentists, 22, White Friars,

Chester, continue to Supply deficiencies in this useful ornament on the most approved plans, from one tooth to complete set. Natural Teeth in Gold or Artificial Gums defying detection, and answering all purposes of mastication, articulation, and appearance. Children's Teeth regu
February 8, 1828 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS A COLLECTIVE EXERCISE

AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS A COLLECTIVE EXERCISE

01 the Air Raid Precautions Services
January 6, 1940 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PEN FRIEND COLUMN

PEN FRIEND COLUMN

A CHESHIRE GIRL. TS there a lonely soldier in France (or elsewhere) who would like a girl from Cheshire to write to him? I am 30 years old, and can promise cheery letters to any young man who cares to write. He must be lonely . lam fond of all sports, the cinema, and home life.
January 6, 1940 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
KEEP FOOTBALL GOING

KEEP FOOTBALL GOING

Sir F. Joseph’s Letter ' For the past few seasons New Year’s Day matches at First Division grounds have associated with a happy custom in the directors’ room, when U.j King’s health has been drunk In the loving cups presented to eacn club by Sir Francis Joseph, president of Stok
January 6, 1940 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
30th CHESTER GROUP

30th CHESTER GROUP

This Troop heid a parents’ evening at its Queen-street headquarters Friday. A troop meeting opened the programme. This was followed oy an interval, during which a small bazaar was in progress. The evening Closed with a camp nre singsong. Everyone agreed upon the success the even
January 6, 1940 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HEADACHES CHI IMil RKE AND WIN fiis (pm w Obtainable from * Chemists & Store* f fach 1 everywhere. I

HEADACHES CHI IMil RKE AND WIN fiis (pm w Obtainable from * Chemists & Store* f fach 1 everywhere. I

BOX of « I TUBE of 16 R. HI,FT 1/3 Ills IHiMM UMAIISIH other rngmSm ITER
January 6, 1940 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THOUGHT IT WAS AIR RAID KITCHEN EXPLOSION

THOUGHT IT WAS AIR RAID KITCHEN EXPLOSION

BOILER IN FRAGMENTS: HOUSEHOLDER INJURED An alarming experience befel Mr, and Mrs. William Shepherd at their home, Inglewood, Stocks-lane, Chester, on Thursday morning. They had got up and gone to the kitchen to prepare breakfast. Mr. Shepherd was sitting in front of the fire. S
January 6, 1940 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO AID WAR CHARITIES

TO AID WAR CHARITIES

Lord Leverhulme announces that this winter, if and when skating is possible, the lake at Thornton Manor will be open to the public at small charge. All money taken at the gate will devoted to the funds for soldiers’ comforts and hospital supplies. LIVERPOOL: 44-50, Lord Street.
January 6, 1940 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England