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atilafir- I -.4 nuSlats et?,..weldeas INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES.

atilafir- I -.4 nuSlats et?,..weldeas INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES.

atilafir- I nuSlats et?,..weldeas INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. , MZETINO OF THE BANBURY DISTRICT. , The Banbury District of the Independent Order Reehabites heldsits first annual meeting at Woodford on March Sith. The District Chief Ruler Oro. William Smith) presided at the c
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Oar Naval Positlea.

Oar Naval Positlea.

On report of a vote In Committee of Supply of 146,000 men, and bays for the Royal Navy. Mr. Byres-Monsen criticised Mr. Churchill's state. ment in the House last week, and said the Opposition conOdered our present rate of building—that of lb to 10—was inadequate. Mr. Churchill.
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
otrr lIPOI4 OUT.

otrr lIPOI4 OUT.

otrr OUT. I am well aware of the weariness I inflict on your attention. But what am I to do! HOW set limits to my speech when be sets none to his beneficence? Insistently he heaps gift upon gift, and thinks be has never done enough unless by a boundless outlay he invites the gene
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

whom of letters intended for publication must Is , skates send their names and addresses to , osor, not necessarily for "iiblication, but as a of good fait. HIE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY AND ' WO3LiN'S SUFFRAGE. ins Zditor of this - Oxford Chronicle." I your issue of March 28th t
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LABOURERS' WAGES IN OXFORD THE CITY RECTOR'S VIEWS.

LABOURERS' WAGES IN OXFORD THE CITY RECTOR'S VIEWS.

At a meeting of the Christian Social Union, held in SL Mary-the-Virgin Parish Room on Tuesday evening, a report was presenters on "Lebourers' wages in Oxford," and a discussion opened by the City Rector (Dr. A. J. Carlyle). Canon Cobson presided, and there was a good attendance.
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
GOAL LISS HALT.

GOAL LISS HALT.

GOAL HALT. I At the start Goring had to face wind, but ' with the ground in such a state there was little ' football In the opening The sides seemed certainly well matched, and for the first fifteen minutes or so a corner at either end were the only Incidents of note. Hencoa forc
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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Seseral : The Chairman again said Md. Woodward to stand, but he declined. Coun. Hastings said they bad come to a farce, but he thought there was a way out of His proposition was not seconded, and it was fore not before the meeting. HO had not slightest doubt that if be withdrew
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THAME v. BANBURY' WORKS.

THAME v. BANBURY' WORKS.

For their Senior League match against the Britaania Works at Banbury to-rnoerow Throne have selected the following team: C. A. Witacy, goal; A. S. Blar and W. Hawken, backs; H. A. Burrows, G. Hawken, and W. J. Arnold (rapt.). half-backs; H. A. Allmond, H. Currill.V. A. Greenholg
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
• JAMES HASTINGS, AUCTIONEER, ARS HOUSE LED ESTATE AUCTION ST. EBBES, 01.1rOltD. ALL MIMS OF 8111tVRTINO. Plass proposed LA. or

• JAMES HASTINGS, AUCTIONEER, ARS HOUSE LED ESTATE AUCTION ST. EBBES, 01.1rOltD. ALL MIMS OF 8111tVRTINO. Plass proposed LA. or

Ratans Valuations for Probate sod Purposes. Roos. Estate AV MC/. Spored tion to Wing out new Building Fire. and ionidecit Insurances eftioted.
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
T ADIES' HAIR COYBENGS bought for cash; 14 highest prams given.—Claydon. V. Latinate Street. Bt. Word. Answering Advertisement; kindly t

T ADIES' HAIR COYBENGS bought for cash; 14 highest prams given.—Claydon. V. Latinate Street. Bt. Word. Answering Advertisement; kindly t

r. ion you saw it in the -Oxford Chroruele.•
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England