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OLTON LADY WINS A MOTOR-CAR,

OLTON LADY WINS A MOTOR-CAR,

Miss Nancy Cooke, Eskdale, Kineton Road, Olton, has won a Rover motor-car for the nearest estimate to the actual number of fare-paying passengers carried by the Midland "Red " Omnibus Company's vehicles on Bank Holiday. The actual number carried was 148,793, and Miss Cooke gave
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
MASS MOTORING. THE NEED FOR RESTRAINT.

MASS MOTORING. THE NEED FOR RESTRAINT.

A writer in " The Motor " says: The uncontrolled meetings of mobs of Bank Holiday trippers at well-known beauty spots reached such a climax of filth and disorder last week that, unless something is done to control these rabbles, the charm of the country will be obliterated by wa
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
N( Yr MUCH DEFENCE.

N( Yr MUCH DEFENCE.

N( MUCH DEFENCE. Charged with using obscene language to the annoyance of passengers, in Hales Street, on August 10th, Agnes Harrity, no fixed abode, pleaded not guilty. P.c. Richards said at times he had to cover the prisoner's face with his hands on account of her vile language.
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
COMING FROM THE SPORTS.

COMING FROM THE SPORTS.

- - Frank Marlow, 8, Park Avenue. Foleshill, and Harry Randle, 161, Windmill Road. Foleshill, were summoned for singing and shouting to the annoyance of residentirsit Alderman's Green. Foleshill, at 12.5 a.m. on July 22nd. They pleaded guilty. P.c. Wincote stated that he met the
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
ADJOURNED.

ADJOURNED.

Percy Morris (15), pit boy, Wi)lvey Road, Rietou, Bulkington, was summoned for leaving broken glass on the highway at Wolvey Road, to the danger of passengers. on July 29. The boy's mother appeared on the advice of his master. The Bench thought the boy should attend, but decided
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
6ARDE

6ARDE

This is of great importance to ensure pmductiveness of vegetable crops, especially in such a backward season as the present one. It is advisable to apply once a week. but on no account should it be given too strong, nor be applied to the crops when the soil is dry. This should b
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
Work for the Week. Aspidistras.

Work for the Week. Aspidistras.

I am often asked why the leaves of these plants turn yellow and make no progress, and get less instead of bigger. and so on. Even in eongested areas these plants are most useful, and are favourite window plants to many. Whilst good plants are to be seen, there are others in simi
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
SPECIAL IMPERIAL CARTRIDGES Unequalled for Pattern and Penetration. Can only be obtained from FL W. IiFORD & Co., GUNMAKERS. 14,

SPECIAL IMPERIAL CARTRIDGES Unequalled for Pattern and Penetration. Can only be obtained from FL W. IiFORD & Co., GUNMAKERS. 14,

15, 16, BISHOP STREET, COVENTRY. Telephone 319 SPORTING GUNS. RIFLES AND ACCESSORIES.
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
FLOATS. -40 New and Second-hand, fit 12 to 16 hands, steel and rubber-tyred, from £2O to .240. New and Second-hand

FLOATS. -40 New and Second-hand, fit 12 to 16 hands, steel and rubber-tyred, from £2O to .240. New and Second-hand

Governess Cars, Ralli Carts, Pony Traps, Four-wheeled Dog Carts, Lorries, Farm Carts, Vans, Vanettes. Harness Complete; Turnouts; Two Strong 16 hands Horses; Cobs and Ponies. All warranted.—W. George, Show Rooms, 83, Station Street and 35, Essex Street, off Bristol Street, Birmi
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
pIANOS.—IIi g h- g rade makers, includhig Chappell, Rogers, Marshall Rose, Brinsmead, Hopkinson, Riley: new and second-hand, for Sale, Hire,

pIANOS.—IIi g h- g rade makers, includhig Chappell, Rogers, Marshall Rose, Brinsmead, Hopkinson, Riley: new and second-hand, for Sale, Hire,

or Hire Purchai...e. Inspection invited. Railway fares refunded: illustrations; prices posted free.—Joseph H. Riley (opposite the Town Hall), 37, Paradise Street, Birmingham. 7678 k
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England