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HN SEAR Y, (Late Hyde and Bay's,) MER,CHANT TAILOR, HOSIER, HATTER, and OUTFITTER, 2 and 3, Queen-street, OXFORD. T HE

HN SEAR Y, (Late Hyde and Bay's,) MER,CHANT TAILOR, HOSIER, HATTER, and OUTFITTER, 2 and 3, Queen-street, OXFORD. T HE

Largest Stock of CLOTHES for immediate weer in the Midland Counties. J 0 GENERAL LITTLE BOPS OVER COATS from ... ... 2.. 10d. to 10.. 6d. YOUTH'S ditto... ... ss. 9d. to 21s. Od. MEN'S ditto ... 98. 6d. to 63.. Od. AGENT FOR NICOLL'S REGISTERED AND OTHER GARMENTS. SEWING MACHINE
November 24, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
CIGARS! CIGARS!! CIGARS!!! JOHN MAYO, CORN MARKET STREZ2' OXFORD, IMPORTER OF HAVANA CIGARS, RUSSIAN AND TURKISH CIGARETTES, TOBACCOS, SNUFFS, &c.,

CIGARS! CIGARS!! CIGARS!!! JOHN MAYO, CORN MARKET STREZ2' OXFORD, IMPORTER OF HAVANA CIGARS, RUSSIAN AND TURKISH CIGARETTES, TOBACCOS, SNUFFS, &c.,

&c. Trade and Hotels Supplied. Havana Cigars— Ills. to 100 s per 100. Government Manillas, 1 25., 14s. 64.,18e. Bd. English-made Cigars ... 85. to 21s. per 100. Tobaccos, Snuffs, &c. at Manufacturers Prices.
November 24, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE GARDEN. GARDENING FOR THE WEEK. ( From the Gardener's Magazine.) FLOWEIIB.—BuIbs ought to be all planted by this time,

THE GARDEN. GARDENING FOR THE WEEK. ( From the Gardener's Magazine.) FLOWEIIB.—BuIbs ought to be all planted by this time,

but if any remain out of the ground, get them in without delay. Take up tea roses that are in exposed situations, and lay them in by the heels in a shed out of reach of frost. Cut down fuchsias that are to remain out all the winter, and cover their roots with litter or coalashes
November 24, 1869 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE.

NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE.

NEW BIRMINGHAM HOUSE. JOSEPH PINK , Dealer in all sorts of' London, Birmingham, and Sheffield Goods, ( Immediately opposite the " Crowe Hotel,) CHIPPING NORTON. PERAMBULATORS of all sorts, sizes, and prices. IRON BEDSTEADS from 4s. 9d. each. CUTLERY of all sorts. Half-dozen real
May 11, 1870 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
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A BIRTHDAY HYMN. Like a traveller lin the toad, Leadinz to Ins dear simile, Left in childhood in the del, Need the wees-encircled well. Gazing onward through hi+ tears, thou vievest thy fifty years. Vey thy path strange airs have swved, Like use mystery of the guide. 0 ! what lo
May 11, 1870 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
CHEAP PRINTING A OXFORDSIIIR.E W T ECLY NEWS OFFICE, CHIPPING NORTON.

CHEAP PRINTING A OXFORDSIIIR.E W T ECLY NEWS OFFICE, CHIPPING NORTON.

May 11, 1870 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
FAMILY MOURNING. -0 _--- C. A. HEAP HY 85139 to announce that he ha. a large stock of BLACK D

FAMILY MOURNING. -0 _--- C. A. HEAP HY 85139 to announce that he ha. a large stock of BLACK D

It ESt!. MATERIALS anitable for muuroing,4lSo every requisite for funerabi. Black Cobnry 60., Bd., 80., 90. 100., lied., 120 3d. Black French Turin. Is. 4ed , Is. 6d., IR. 9d. 2s. 24. 2s. l Id. - Black French Merionen Is, 110., 2s. 3d., 2s. 6d.. 2s. 1 Id.. 9d. Black Paramatufs 2
August 24, 1870 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
MUTUAL IMPROTKMILNT. let innings. 2nd innings, W. Scarabrook c Gardener... 2 b and c Jackson W. Burb ldge ett ...

MUTUAL IMPROTKMILNT. let innings. 2nd innings, W. Scarabrook c Gardener... 2 b and c Jackson W. Burb ldge ett ...

10 ID" 3 bC. Ackerman .etcher c Bond ... 4 b Absolam c Bond 27 F. Shippobottom hD. Jackson 1 c Holtham ... 4 W. Ford st. Boltham ... o * b Ackerman ... 0 A. King b D Jackson ... 2 bR. Absolam 3 C. Pontefract bD. Jackson 0 run out 6 W. Erni. hb D Jackson ... 0 b Ackerman c Spense
August 24, 1870 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
PAGE WOODCOCK'S

PAGE WOODCOCK'S

WIND PILL S. THE SECRET OF HEALTH ANI") LONG LIFE consists in a god digestion, pure blood, clean tongue fragrant breath. sound sleep, and a good appetite. There Is nothing more pitiful than to see people vaponrish, dyspeptic, sallow, drowsy. siways complaining, and ready to sink
August 24, 1870 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
CH A PMANS Entire Wheat Fla

CH A PMANS Entire Wheat Fla

CH A PMAN S Entire Wheat Highly recommended by the faculty as the most nutritious and easily digested food for infants, children, and invalids. Its richness in phosphates makes it invaluable during teething; it is a singularly digestive and nourishing food for children, and is an
August 24, 1870 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England