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; MR CHAS. A. ALLCORN. and CHAS. A. ALLCORN. 9n.-er, House, Estate Transfer Agent. Managed. Ren# Dade for of FAT and STORE fABLE MART e IL Three o'clock. to the Insparanos • ever Entries A uctran and Estate D unstable. 05ces, )hone: 41. Duastab,. 6 Duastable `•it t:i fi • • wi e
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
LINSLADIE. RETIREMENT OF SIR, CHAS. CHANCE. 47 YEARS ON THE RAILWAY.

LINSLADIE. RETIREMENT OF SIR, CHAS. CHANCE. 47 YEARS ON THE RAILWAY.

Passengers on the Dunstable of the L. and N.W. Railway will miss from the beginning of the New Year this familiar figure of Mr. Charles Chance, who for more years than most of them can remember, has "flagged" the trains on this section of the hne. Casual passengers, too, are not
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
EDLESBOROUG H.

EDLESBOROUG H.

BREAD CHARITY.—The distribution of Ginger's Bresi Charity took place on Saturday week, at the Memorial Hall. - THE -4 o n D ay . there were two celebrations of Holy Communion one before and the other after more. The Church was deoorated with suitable texts evertireens. CAROL SIN
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
IVINGHOE. "DUD- BOMB EXPLODES. _ SOLDIER DEAD: FOUR CHILDREN INJURED.

IVINGHOE. "DUD- BOMB EXPLODES. _ SOLDIER DEAD: FOUR CHILDREN INJURED.

IVINGHOE. "DUD - BOMB EXPLODES. _ SOLDIER DEAD: FOUR CHILDREN INJURED. Pte. William Halsey. 38385, 52nd Graduate Battilion. 52nd Devon Regiment. of Iringhoe, lies dead in the Military Hoeg& Aylosbury ii:s brother. and sister. Arthur. aged 10, and Ethel, aged 5, are aim in hospita
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
WING A GRAND . fIIT will be WING ON THURSDAY, JA 9111, by the i• Scarlet Enteirtainers. Artistes: Mrs. Bert

WING A GRAND . fIIT will be WING ON THURSDAY, JA 9111, by the i• Scarlet Enteirtainers. Artistes: Mrs. Bert

lona, Mrs. Gambrel, the Misses A. Holbrow, V. X Grey, D. Grey, E. and F. Webb. Mears. W. E. Durrell, F. W. Bendy, L. Inns, S. Saunders and L. Sprott. A Programme of Novel, and Mirth. Doors open at 7 o'clock, commence 7.30. Admission: Reserved mats 3e.; second seats 2a.; third la
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
—W. Collins Pons, Crafton, Leighton Burmard, will he *pleased to take any quantity. either for cheese-makine or put on rail

—W. Collins Pons, Crafton, Leighton Burmard, will he *pleased to take any quantity. either for cheese-makine or put on rail

for London.
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
:RTAINVIS . SKETCHES, – tford, Doiember, .A have eiabls• . fatal of azyl

:RTAINVIS . SKETCHES, – tford, Doiember, .A have eiabls• . fatal of azyl

:RTAINVIS . SKETCHES , - tford, Doiember, .A have eiabls• . fatal of azyl Small
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
employinant Discharged dentobaised. ment, ANNUITIES. EXCHANGE. Claims paid.

employinant Discharged dentobaised. ment, ANNUITIES. EXCHANGE. Claims paid.

4SCORPORATED For SEA. FIRE. Chief Office: London. Funds moderate - the !LIFE.. I LIFE EMPLOYE. _ Domestic Servants Apply for fun W. GRAVELY W. WILLIS. Sakitom . including New Act. the Air OgliS:-•- ' V. %mart ••••••• l 4161 Mule). A:11' BLETCELLEY. .AVGHT: Piano. .Anserieen ._ )
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
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t!CtVCID LECD.

The unfenced land in South Street, near the bridge, which was the subject of an application to the Local Government Board for powers to enforce Sec. 31 of the Public Health Act. (Amendment Act). was Sated to have. been fenced on both sides of rued, and the footpath. made safe to
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England
 
DOMESTIC.

DOMESTIC.

WVWANTED.—GOOD GENERAL or Useful Help: no cooking.-23. Waterloo Road, Bedford. 614. WANTED, a COOK-GENERAL; good V V home and outings; good relereaues: two in family.—Apply, Sirs. Hill, "Houghton Houle," Dunstahle. a 7. COMPANION -HELP wanted • throe in family ; treated as one o
December 31, 1918 - North Bucks Times and County Observer - Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, England