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ENGAGthnNTS WANTED•

ENGAGthnNTS WANTED•

RODNEY LEAR, Id Claw Petty Officer, Naval Pendouer. wets Place of Trost. CARETAKER or r. PORTER. Good servioe Be and good private refe ences.-36, VirANTED,—Re-engagement as ASSISTANT. Growl/ sod Provisions. Sev er yeses' experience. AO 22. Good references. Permany.—Apply, A. J W
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
MORTGAGES.

MORTGAGES.

MORTGAGES arranged on Freehold and and Leasehold Prolerty at WOOD to per cent. uttertst. Meters. Butler and lion. Auctiboeere Estate lace, Reading.
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
lIISCELLANEOIIA.

lIISCELLANEOIIA.

--------- HERBEIC sad BOULTON, Builders' Mc , bodes In erode for MANORS, GLASS, 001.013118, MUT. luso DOORS sod MOULDINGS. Lards and new wiux•Peas. and reind-10, Oxford. F▪ ORGOOD. ENGLISH -MADE CUTLERY go to P. T. LONG, Practical Cutler. 96, flighlotratt, Orford (oppoolt• Bt. M
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
SHOOTING wanted. about 1,000 acres. in 17 or Ware low ottlida nay ravel of Othol, tot aorta-out dtrattioa preforrod.—Addrees, la

SHOOTING wanted. about 1,000 acres. in 17 or Ware low ottlida nay ravel of Othol, tot aorta-out dtrattioa preforrod.—Addrees, la

tattooer to lIM6. - Times" ORM Oxford. Nv ANTE_,D—Two or Three Good Familia. WAiiSNOW. Good dryind-grouad. —Apply, ta .......„‘,.... Oxon. ti7ANTED,—FAT PIGS! FAT PIGS!! TAT I I—A. and 1. Hams, Wholesale BM * 91rattint St. Margara‘ awls/014 Wills. us at rhos quality PIGS. Proust
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
MARRI&GES

MARRI&GES

ALDRIDOE—WALELETT.—August 25, at St. Mks* Church. Oxford, by the Rev. F. E. inelin, Algernon Edward Ernest, fourth son of T. L. Aldridge, to Mabel R. Walklett, only daughter of the hits Mr. J. and Mrs. Walklett. both of this etty. OREEN—HEDO/18.—Auxuat 9, at Rt. ThonthatheeMarkf
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
BALKANS IN LONDON

BALKANS IN LONDON

An unique Exhibition is promised for next year at Earl's Court, under mystery of "The Balkan States," a land of picturesque nd striking colour which is practically a closed book even to the adventurous traveller. The Executive Committee included the Duke of Argyll, Duke of Marlb
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
LOCAL MILITARY NOTES.

LOCAL MILITARY NOTES.

Omitlemen Cadets 4. B. Crowe, and Moody-Ward and Isaac, from the Royal Military College, Saurst, have Lightsppointed second lieutenants in the Oxfordshire Infantry, and the Royal Berkshire Regiment respectively. ROOM bath it that Mr. fialdane's disbandment moltene may he largely
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS, W,ED:

THE OXFORDSHIRE WEEKLY NEWS, W,ED:

wide. I think you will agree that the trap was pulled upi at once, and that the occupante did everything they possibly could —Yes, they acted like gentlemen all the way through. When you went to Mrs. Leeming, on the ground, how near was her head to the greensward by the side of
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
FATAL BICYCLE kOCIDENT NEB EYNSIWL An exhaustive esqutry was neid in the r. hoolroom, at Duck Husto n, on Friday

FATAL BICYCLE kOCIDENT NEB EYNSIWL An exhaustive esqutry was neid in the r. hoolroom, at Duck Husto n, on Friday

week, Scby B. F. Cuthbert (coroner), on the body of Mien Lensing, who died as the result of collision with a posing home and trap, near Erishan, on the previous Wednesday eveni e ng. Th jury having been sirers. and viewed the body. lli. Andrew Walsh, solicitor, of Oxford. said h
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE TOWNSHEND CASE.

THE TOWNSHEND CASE.

Referring to the Townshend case, "The Hospital" says:—" There are hundreds of people who, the homely language of some parts of England, are described as being "half-baked." but who. presumably because they are not peers of the realm. end neither very rich uor mad enough toffsfin
September 5, 1906 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England