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_ HIGHCLERE ESTATE. 23 ACRFS of UNDERWOOD. Growing at Cruz-Easton and Woodoutt, Messrs. FEW & DREWEATT A RE favoured with

_ HIGHCLERE ESTATE. 23 ACRFS of UNDERWOOD. Growing at Cruz-Easton and Woodoutt, Messrs. FEW & DREWEATT A RE favoured with

in.tructiona from the Right 111. Honourable the Earl If Carnarvon. to SELL 1y ....„ CT10N, at the Three-Legged Crum, Cruxy', Hants, on FRIDAY, November 3rd, at Two o'clock in the afternoon , the a nnual CUTTINGS of UNDERWOOD, on the above , &Wes. May be viewed by applying to Mr.
October 27, 1893 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
_ ECCHINSWELL, ALDER BRIDOL AND HINGSCLERE. SALE OF VALUABLE UNDERWOOD. PEW k PREWEA TT ITAVE realved Instructions to SELL by

_ ECCHINSWELL, ALDER BRIDOL AND HINGSCLERE. SALE OF VALUABLE UNDERWOOD. PEW k PREWEA TT ITAVE realved Instructions to SELL by

AUCTION, at the Roysl Oak Inn, &chinawell, on MONDAY, November 13th, 1823, at Two o'clock, aa follows : Eccuixeswiu. 7 Acres, the property of E. IL For. Esq. ALDSZS Bums S Amt., the property of A. Southby, Esq. KINOSCLIaI. 12 Acres, the property of the Widmore Trustees. NCTIIANO
October 27, 1893 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ANTED immediately, a respectable WIDOW • I to take charge of gentleman's SMALL LAUNDRY in the country; Lodge free.—Apply, Mn.,

ANTED immediately, a respectable WIDOW • I to take charge of gentleman's SMALL LAUNDRY in the country; Lodge free.—Apply, Mn.,

"F.H.," Decoke House, Fleet, Winchfield, Haste. WANTED at onoe, a good NURSEMAID, not under IS, for three children ; good reference. —Apply Mrs. J. Wu., Park-view, Sutton Hewer, Chi ppenhom. licrign-fg,PAISLOURMAID, tall and neat in appearawe, for small family of three. —Mrs. Br
October 27, 1893 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
- - - - • - MATRIMONY.--Iliddheaged Spliter, ample having for yaws bra obliged to live very ectirod, now the

- - - - • - MATRIMONY.--Iliddheaged Spliter, ample having for yaws bra obliged to live very ectirod, now the

aompaniaaship of a truehearted boatload, bachelor, or widower. Strict Chriation principles sad tagapanift habits valid above everything. Howsmoblh secrecy expected.— Address Groliesorstrest, Laid" W. Eldlit—WAX7-43earn—The dish will be bonstat is RI Small or Large by and King's
October 27, 1893 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
DRINK ONLY SALMON'S READING TEAS (Amportid from India, Ceylon, and China) WHICH HAVE A REPUTATION OF NEARLY HALF-A-CENTURY. THEY am

DRINK ONLY SALMON'S READING TEAS (Amportid from India, Ceylon, and China) WHICH HAVE A REPUTATION OF NEARLY HALF-A-CENTURY. THEY am

famous for their uniform choiee nudity combined with cheapness, and are sold ±by_ UPWARDS OF 4 000 AG" . PRICES — Teas of good quality 1/0 to 1/4 per lb. Teas of choice quality 1/6 to 1/10 per lb. Teas of fine quality 2/0 to 2/4 per lb. Tina of finest quality 2/6 to 2/10 per lb.
October 27, 1893 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
SUNNINGDALE.

SUNNINGDALE.

: Hrs. lil/1.1•11. Post Offlos..td , ortOottoentt roooftea, W. H. H Suit et So • % Hallway Bookotall. .. - • -. ' S — UN - D - AT - Setwol..—Two sermons were preached in the Rise Chapel on Sunday last, tin behalf of the Sunday school, by the Rev. 11. W. Shirtcliffe, of Windsor,
June 17, 1892 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WELFORD,

WELFORD,

vs. AN II Woe ax - 's ur.,' its. The annual service and social gathering of the above societies was held on Tuesday, at Welfortl. 'flirough the kindness of Colonel (i. B. and Lady Alive Archer lloublon, the members, numbering about 14, were invited to Wilford Park House in the e
June 17, 1892 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WILTSHIRE.

WILTSHIRE.

Comic t. Scholarships at Marlborough College have been awarded as follows I lienior.—E•A II Blunt and A ti dll'owall; S J Aldous house scholar. G I Blackburne• Daniell. Junior. --C Bentflower, .1 Wr• Kirk. 'l' W Macrorie. 0 S Richards, and A Robinson: and E Hodgson fur Mathemati
June 17, 1892 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
TUE PRESENT POSITION OF TIIE UNIONIST AND RADICAL PARTIES.

TUE PRESENT POSITION OF TIIE UNIONIST AND RADICAL PARTIES.

The strength of the Unionist Party at the present time is most noticeable. first in London and the Home " and Southern Counties, and secondly in lAncashire. London has 48 Unionist members-15 Conservatives. and 3 Liberal Unionists—against 13 Liberals. Middlesex, Sussex, Surrey. B
June 17, 1892 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
DISCOVERY OF A ROMAN-BRITISH CHURCH AT SILOHESTER.

DISCOVERY OF A ROMAN-BRITISH CHURCH AT SILOHESTER.

The Society of Antiquaries. which has now resunied for the third successive season systematic excavations at Silchester. has discovered is the centre of the city 1 Ike fouodatioas of a small basilica, which from its plan and arrangements, is &apposed to have been a Romano-Britis
June 17, 1892 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England