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• s \ GUARANTEES , GOOD WAGES ON THE LAND. ECMESTIC AT \INES IN.GOODIUMES SAME • • • 400110. THE

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April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Me POTIBt MING POIMB .10INIEr8 BAKING POWDER

Me POTIBt MING POIMB .10INIEr8 BAKING POWDER

April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
1/6 GARDEN SEEDS 1/6 GRZIOINE, AXD TIPTICD. otr e 0 wilt Postal Or n 4, poet eer fo; h Is.

1/6 GARDEN SEEDS 1/6 GRZIOINE, AXD TIPTICD. otr e 0 wilt Postal Or n 4, poet eer fo; h Is.

6d.or o r i arg ILL CABBAGE. HOLLOW-CROWN PARSNIP, „MASTERPIECE ONION (Grand Exhibition and Mein Crop Variety), and Selected CARROT; each of Savoy, Radish, Early Turnip; and 6 Packets of Broccoli (early and late); I packet each of Lettuce, Marrow, Cucumber; 6 packets Choice r Se
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
DALE, FORTY & CO„ LTD, at 15a, ST. JOHN'S ROAD, WOODSTOCK ROAD, OXFORD. • Special Selection of their Latest AUTOPIANOS,

DALE, FORTY & CO„ LTD, at 15a, ST. JOHN'S ROAD, WOODSTOCK ROAD, OXFORD. • Special Selection of their Latest AUTOPIANOS,

SEE THE NEW /316/10h 226/5/- c PIANOS for a Catalogue. DAIL,fORTY/0- CHELTENHAM, Binnieghani, Cardiff, etc., eta
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
licences was vested in the Watch Committee, and, In addition to that, it stated be the gagman • of the

licences was vested in the Watch Committee, and, In addition to that, it stated be the gagman • of the

Watch CommitMee—he thought he was airreot—that the Watch Committee had delegated Moir authority to the Chief Constable to grant temporary licences. Sir ROBERT BCORELL: I must venture, in order to faffiTitate discussion, to point Jut that that was ton my at all. Mr. GRAY: In whet
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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FOR 1 COUGHS. th r M a • • ng To FOR COLDS.

April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
_ CITY ê COUNTY • TME COMING WIIJIL SA TIIRDLY. Bullingdon Petty Sessions. County Hall, 12 noon. The Electra Pistace,

_ CITY ê COUNTY • TME COMING WIIJIL SA TIIRDLY. Bullingdon Petty Sessions. County Hall, 12 noon. The Electra Pistace,

Queen Street. 1 to 10.30 P•talcontinuously. The North Oxford Kinenia, Walton Street, performances from 6 to 10.30 p.m.; tine*. Tuesdays, Rhursdaye, and Saturdays from 2.30 to 4.30 p.m. The Oxford Cinematograph Theatre, George et.. I to 10.30 p.m. Oxford Electric Theatre, Street,
April 4, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SYDNEY J . DICKINSON, AUCTIONEER. VALUER. HOD/33 AND ISTATI AGINT, Established 1840. Telephone MB. PROPERTY FOR 1913 . Messrs. BROOKS

SYDNEY J . DICKINSON, AUCTIONEER. VALUER. HOD/33 AND ISTATI AGINT, Established 1840. Telephone MB. PROPERTY FOR 1913 . Messrs. BROOKS

& SON Held Sales by al FREEHOLD, LEASEHOLD, AND OOPTHOLD PROPERTIES, BUILDING LAND, LIFE TRUEST'S AND ANNUITIES, SHARES AND DR DENTURE - 6, Etc., Etc., AT GOLDEN CROSS HOTEL, CORNYARIZT 6T,. OXFORD, On or about the following dates: Wednesday, Feb. fs. Wednesday, Aug. 27. Wednesd
January 24, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
POR7IICOMIIW BOOKS.

POR7IICOMIIW BOOKS.

Mr. John Murray a new volume by Mr. A- C. Benson, "Joyous Gard." Joyous Gerd was, of course, Sir Lancelot's castle into which he retired in the intervals of war for rest and mirth. Mr. Benson pleads that many men and women can make for themselves a stronghold of the mind where t
January 24, 1913 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England