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RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS BY THE RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL OF XIIRMEN FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING 91wr MARCH, 1901.

RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS BY THE RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL OF XIIRMEN FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING 91wr MARCH, 1901.

RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS BY THE RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL OF XIIRMEN FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING MARCH, 1901. =CUM C s. 1. 1 s. d. isocidd forward 00d 15 1 Osstribullsos Overssurs ix Gummi Isposess NCO 0 0 i ttsr 1 9 : 14 " MO MK es fails : Ansa* l5 0 0 MerMso liamples4a.Aillat MO 0 0 157
May 4, 1901 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
Sold by W. STROUD, Chronicle °Moe Colman).

Sold by W. STROUD, Chronicle °Moe Colman).

Sold by W. STROUD, Chronicle Colman). Do You WANT A BIKE P THEN GO TO JONES. HE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH A 'BIKE CHEAPER THAN ANYONE. ANY OP THE LEADING COVENTRY MAKES WITH DUNLOP TYRES, £lO ACCESSORIES PRES. lonza's SPECIALITC—THE CMSAR. FREE WHEEL. TWO RIM BRAKES, PLATED RIMS, DUNLO
May 4, 1901 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
WILLIAM STROUD,

WILLIAM STROUD,

ORACTICAL
May 4, 1901 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
2 . • COLZETAFt N'S "WI NOARNI S 99 Is a Delicious Beverage and Tonic made from Port Wine, Liebig's

2 . • COLZETAFt N'S "WI NOARNI S 99 Is a Delicious Beverage and Tonic made from Port Wine, Liebig's

Extract of Meat, and Extract of Malt. OVER SIX THOUSAND UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED FROM MEDICAL MEN. 0 THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR. heportaet TosUsseatal trews the Hospital Ship "Maims." SO, Carson Street, Landau W., Jane 11110. Nemo. Oalmaaa Si Oa., Nonrieli. The Ori
May 4, 1901 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
FORCING AsPARACIUS.

FORCING AsPARACIUS.

AsPARACIUS. --- The idea of forcing asparagus in the field is probably quite new to most growers. As this has already been cultiv.ited on the farm. it may be worth the while of farm growers to consider the plan here referred to, for it has been encoessftdly carried out in the Uni
May 4, 1901 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
ASK THE UNDERTAKER

ASK THE UNDERTAKER

To supply a METALLIC AIR-TIGHT COFFIN or SHELL, and also to prevent any unpleasant smell, or leakage are thoroughly testa and guaranteed sound. Delivered at an hour's notioe. ONLY MAXIM— THE PATENT METALLIC AIR-TIGHT COFFIN COMPANY, 12, GRZAT STREW, BIRNIZGRAM. Telegraphic Addre
May 4, 1901 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
WORE THAT CAN HZ DONI.

WORE THAT CAN HZ DONI.

Mr. Smithells spoke of the importance of giving the association an effective Mart an that when the bull had been well started rolling support would be continued (applause). One difficulty experienced was that the work done by the association did not become known amongst the farm
May 4, 1901 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
SIX WEEKS IN HOSPITAL.

SIX WEEKS IN HOSPITAL.

AND INDIGERTION WRECK A WOMAN% HEALTH. BILE BEANS RESTORE IT. A Birmingham' woman ban ronsutly been eared by CU.. Fords's BB* for Biliousness e . ircuntaseeo . of interest. .. Um. Baker, of. Reelk . ley,.Bir: esimMiera, tide . beck bad - a oins Amt. She was taw to Irregfdel um t
May 4, 1901 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
FINCH-BLAND.

FINCH-BLAND.

By far the mast interesting weddine Doles. used at Nuneaton for several years was that at the Rev. W. R. Fins* and he Margaret which took place at the Pariah Chum. ea afternoon, the officiating clergy being the Revs. T. R. Fisch (father of the brielegrese), Dr. Deed (vicar of Nu
May 4, 1901 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England
 
IN GREAT PROFUSION. CHARMING DESIGNS IN NECKLETS AND PENDANTS.

IN GREAT PROFUSION. CHARMING DESIGNS IN NECKLETS AND PENDANTS.

SPECIAL GOODS FOR PRESENTATION. 38, NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM. YOU WANT MONEY P DOM T APPLY to so.ealled Gantlet:ern, sad Book% or Companies. S. BERNSTEIN, (Peat duly reiste•ad by Act of Parliament to LUSO MONEY) is prepared to maks Cash Adyanors from £lO TO £5,000, In h.loon nom*
March 7, 1908 - Coleshill Chronicle - Coleshill, Warwickshire, England