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• For Cake . .. iiCig & Pies. Boßwicks:: BAKING POVIfiDER. ....•

• For Cake . .. iiCig & Pies. Boßwicks:: BAKING POVIfiDER. ....•

February 18, 1916 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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19 2 Reserve and renewal of plant sir...mint has been charged with the oust of plant replaced. The demand for light has decreased by reason of the ex• ceptionally unfavourable local conditions created hr the continuance of the war. the in the cmt of rommodities generally and espe
March 3, 1916 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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March 3, 1916 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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March 3, 1916 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Broodies to Select.

Broodies to Select.

On some farms only natural incubation is done, and one poultry-farming friend in Yorkshire rears annually over a thousand chickens under hens. A Silkie-Wyandotte cross is used, and bens of this cross are very reliable broodies, the blood of the broodie Silkie ensuring this. Ther
March 3, 1916 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
HARDY PERENNIALS.

HARDY PERENNIALS.

Soil.—Loy moderately rich, medium soil will do for sowings al hardy perennials. but a Rood st!ong loam at least a foot deep. is required for the plants. Borders intended for hardy perennials should be thi.roughly drained to • depth of three feet- Sowing.--dow from March to Augus
March 3, 1916 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
RECRUITING IN OXFORD.

RECRUITING IN OXFORD.

Q.0.0.H. RECRUITS. Tbie following have jomed duria: the week: A. Carter. E. B. Howse. Oxford. .1. de Is Mare Savage. Oxford. Wilfrid Borer. Outwood, Surrey. Roiand Wright. Prertwood, Bucks. E. J. Rusher. Eynsbarn. F. Hudson. Abingdon. W. E. Hopkins, Huncerford. J. H. Siddons, Bi
March 3, 1916 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TERRITORIAL FORCE. YEOMANRY. Letters from the Front. THROUGH A MILE AND A-HALF OF SHELL FIRE. THE OXFORD cnitomom FRIDAY. MARCH 3, 1916. The War Day by Day. SATURDAY. The Enemy Offensive In the West.

TERRITORIAL FORCE. YEOMANRY. Letters from the Front. THROUGH A MILE AND A-HALF OF SHELL FIRE. THE OXFORD cnitomom FRIDAY. MARCH 3, 1916. The War Day by Day. SATURDAY. The Enemy Offensive In the West.

TERRITORIAL FORCE. YEOMANRY. Letters from the Front. THROUGH A MILE AND A-HALF OF SHELL FIRE. THE OXFORD FRIDAY. MARCH 3, 1916. The War Day by Day. SATURDAY. The Enemy Offensive In the West. Friday's French communique' showed some &larkening of the enemy's (that to wrest Verdun f
March 3, 1916 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
M. Russiam Progress.

M. Russiam Progress.

Russian troops have entered Kermanshah. From Kermanshah a Russian advance upon Bagdad from the east. co-operating with the British moving forward from Kut-el-Amara in the South. is practicable. TUESDAY. Great Freoch Defence at Verdun. More detailed accounts began to come to hand
March 3, 1916 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England