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MAS CHOCOLATE CLUBS. Spare time ..Z1: Agents Wanted. Good remuneration No outlay. Best makes only supplied. Particulars free.—Samuel Driver, South

MAS CHOCOLATE CLUBS. Spare time ..Z1: Agents Wanted. Good remuneration No outlay. Best makes only supplied. Particulars free.—Samuel Driver, South

Market, Hunslet Lane, Leeds.
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
F OUNTAIN PENS.—Blackbird, Corona, Swan, Onoto, Waverley, Telepath, and Leader Pens in Stock. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or willingly exchanged.

F OUNTAIN PENS.—Blackbird, Corona, Swan, Onoto, Waverley, Telepath, and Leader Pens in Stock. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or willingly exchanged.

— W. Moorwood, " Chronicle ' Office, Coles-
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
WEDNESMAY.—Before Mr. BrEr:lll6r. and Aid._ NV. LEE.

WEDNESMAY.—Before Mr. BrEr:lll6r. and Aid._ NV. LEE.

WEDNESMAY.—Before Mr. and Aid . _ NV. LEE. HIDING. For cycling On the footpath leading front Spencer Park Railway Bridge to Spencer on A ugust sth: Thomas Lynes, a lad living at 2c. 211., Loudon Bead, was ordered to pay the costs. P.c. Harris stated the case_
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
NEMHBOURS' QUARREL.

NEMHBOURS' QUARREL.

Herbert Hayes, 6, Thomas Street, was summoned by Thomas Radcliffe, 3c. 911., Thomas Street, for assault on August 4th. Mr. .1.. Rees (Maddocks, Ogden and appeared for the prosecution, and stated that on Saturday evening his client, returning front a walk,. found a crowd outside
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
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August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
BOY GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE.

BOY GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE.

Geoffrey William Mitchell (HO, a schoolboy, of Arbary Hall, Stockingford, was ehargod with stealing from the dwellinghouse of Joseph Swinnerton, Long Street, Bulkington, three 21 Treasury notes. The Magistrates' Clerk explained that the boy had I,een sent to a remand home with a
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THEICHASE AFTER THE MAN.

THEICHASE AFTER THE MAN.

Albert Henry Cross, 17. Catherine Street, Coventry, who was a passenger on the train in a compartment which was the second from the one in which the last witness was travelling; said that after leaving Hawkesbury Lane Station he heard a scream and noises. The train stopped sudde
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
– – -- -- SUMMER STOCK SALE.

– – -- -- SUMMER STOCK SALE.

- - -- -- SUMMER STOCK SALE. At the annual stock sale at Hundred House, conducted by Messrs. Nock and Joseland, Kidderminster, there was a record entry. The sale comprised 430 head of cattle, 1,700 sheep and lambs, and 100 pigs. Trade for sheep and lambs was very keen, and cattle
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
LEGHORN. THE FRUIT CROP. • PARTIAL FAILURE.

LEGHORN. THE FRUIT CROP. • PARTIAL FAILURE.

Reports received by the " Gardener's Chronicle" from 183 stations in the United Kingdom foreshadowed a harvest of outdoor fruit. Apples are less than half an average crop, and pears all but a total failure. Cherries have been fair, but plums are almost as short as pears, only ei
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
RAIL MAN'S SERIOUS INJURIES.

RAIL MAN'S SERIOUS INJURIES.

A Rugby foreman platelayer, named Benjamin Harper (60) has been admitted to the Rugby Hospital suffering from a fractured leg, fractured ribs, and, it is feared, internal injuries, caused by being knocked down by a light engine, which passed over his body. Harper was working nea
August 18, 1923 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England