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2 . riN RELIGIOUS SERVICE'S. : Worphip ix held every at U. a.m. BITNELLY NEXT, MAY sth, I. Preacher: Rev.

2 . riN RELIGIOUS SERVICE'S. : Worphip ix held every at U. a.m. BITNELLY NEXT, MAY sth, I. Preacher: Rev.

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May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXFORD CINEMAS. The Oif ord.

OXFORD CINEMAS. The Oif ord.

OXFORD CINEMAS. The Oif "TM? WOMAN DISPOTFI)." Popular Norma Talmadge features in I "The Woman Disputed,'" which has been 'billed to appcar for the whole of next week la& the Gzit.rd Cinema. The story is told in an Austrian and Russian background, and is of love and adventure dur
May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WYCH WOOD. FOOTBALL.

WYCH WOOD. FOOTBALL.

. - I Au interesting was played on Fatnrday on the High etreet ground. between the town team anti a side represent. mg .he Witney and District League. The game resulted in a win for the Town by three goals to two. The league put up a splendid light against dims seniors.
May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
GOING DOWN.

GOING DOWN.

Aetnally the he invited nom, and whim we arrived he first showed us a plan of the piL Radiating from the bottom of the 'bait or four straight roads. one to three miles Ion& tad to little rectangular markiags like the Parallel streets of • town- These were the "stalls" where the
May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LIBERAL PLEDGE

LIBERAL PLEDGE

and conquer unemployment 4 .7'1 1 44 14 i•
May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CRICK RV.

CRICK RV.

Immediately on the close of the football Charity Cup Competition, of which a full report of the final appears on ear Sports Page, conws the op.4iing fixtures of the cricket «halloo. l'harlhury Fir,t XI open their season next Saturday. May 4, with a Witney League match on the Spo
May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Tin OXFORD CHRONICLE, FRIDAY; MAY 3, 1929.

Tin OXFORD CHRONICLE, FRIDAY; MAY 3, 1929.

'corner shop of Bt. Aldate's and Blue Boar Street, oa his second a shop in High Street opposite St. Mary's. The undergraduatos were on both occasions among hi N regular patrons. Many of them, he tells us, have since called upon him at Brighton where he now been established for 3
May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE POSITION OF NUM COUNCILS.

THE POSITION OF NUM COUNCILS.

WHEN YOU SUP INTO AS N. UMW. NOP to- day, as our parents and parents may have done for over too years, it is like walking into H. Samuel's own huge Factory. You can select magnificent Jewellery and Watches direct from the crof imam at WHOLESAI E FACTORY PRICER! No middlemen's pr
May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The Rev. C. S. Cronshaw's Estate.

The Rev. C. S. Cronshaw's Estate.

The R 4 .%. GeOrgo Bernard Cronshaw, Principal of St. Edmiind'q Hall, trlYford, for many years Bursar of Queen's College, left C 2,703, net personalty £1.:11.1. He kit all of property to his wife Oise. lutely. The 0.U,12,8, Summer Play, The 0.U.D.5., zi announeed at the end of l
May 3, 1929 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England