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At GENERAL MASONS SIB EAST STREET. SOUTHAMPTON Establlshed 1906 WE HAVE ALWAYS OVER 100 MEMORIALS IN OUR SHOWROOMS READY FOR ERECTION MARBLE & SLATE SLABS FOR SHOP FITTINGS. DAIRY & ELECTRICAL WORK. Telephone 2749.
November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
Savoury Pudding

Savoury Pudding

Mix 3oz. of coarse or medium oatmeal with 3oz, of flour, a level teaspoonful of baking powder (or half that quantity with self-raising flour), 20z. suet, salt and pepper to taste, milk or water to mix to a soft consistency, a chopped oniol.
November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
IN ATTENDANCE

IN ATTENDANCE

ATTENDANCE She carried a bouquet of beautiful pink roses and carnations, relieved with fern, her only ornament being a simple gold cross. The bride was attended by Miss Lottle Milne cousin of the bride), Miss Mary Potts (friend of the bride), and Miss Mary Trigg (sister of the br
November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
TO AID COVENTRY Cmcert Given at Stockbridge

TO AID COVENTRY Cmcert Given at Stockbridge

A pleasing concert arranged by Mrs, T. Harding, was given at the Stockbridge Baptist Church schoolroom In aid of the Coventry relief fund. The•sum of £1 les. ed. was realised. The chief item in the programme was a play. "Mrs. Willis's Will." cleverly presented by Miss Ruby Holla
November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
FUNERAL OF MR. J. 0. BROWNING Brethren Mourn King's Sonsborne Colleague 7EEDING – ENSURING EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION Government's Rationing Scheme

FUNERAL OF MR. J. 0. BROWNING Brethren Mourn King's Sonsborne Colleague 7EEDING – ENSURING EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION Government's Rationing Scheme

FUNERAL OF MR. J. 0. BROWNING Brethren Mourn King's Sonsborne Colleague 7 EEDING - ENSURING EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION Government's Rationing Scheme In order to ensure equitable distribution of the limited supplies of animal feeding stuffs to farmers and others in accordance with the
November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 

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GOLDEN WEDDING AT WHITCHURCH I d 0...

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i kkb The "Advertiser"is the Complete County Newspaper—News from Fifty Towns and Villag TS to find out about, or write to, prisoners of war? If I am uncertain whether my relative or friend is a prisoner, I write for information to the Regimental Office of his unit in the case of
November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
. , THE GREATEST BOON ~.„,. biTIMESO I STRESS! .„ In r lillions of homes—many a shelter— S._•ASPRO' is indeed

. , THE GREATEST BOON ~.„,. biTIMESO I STRESS! .„ In r lillions of homes—many a shelter— S._•ASPRO' is indeed

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November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
Vegetable Hot-Pot

Vegetable Hot-Pot

A vegetable hot pot of assorted vegetables was aLerwards made in a (....,scrole with enough water or stock to come about half way up, and when ha:f cooked, given a crust of 3 oz. flour. 1 oz. fine oatmeal, 14 oz. suet or dripping, a pinch of salt, a level teaspoonful of baking p
November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
FUNERAL SERVICE

FUNERAL SERVICE

A service at Holy Trinity Church was conducted by the Rev. S. Horton Roberts tviear). The hymn chosen was The King of Love my Shepherd is." and the 23rd Psalm was also sung. There was a large congregation The principal mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. K. Lanham (son and daughter-tn-l
November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
TONIC WARNING SHOT FIRED After Swaythling Car Accident

TONIC WARNING SHOT FIRED After Swaythling Car Accident

Leonard Frederick Foster, Monks Way, Shay:Wing, pleaded guilty at cuLuz, to a summons for driving a motor-car without due care and atieution in High-roan, Swaythling, on August 24, and not guilty to summonses for using the car without a policy of insurance against tnird-party ik
November 30, 1940 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England