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Telegrams :—Dvuoite BROWN, READING. Telephone :—No. 60. JAMES DYMORE BROWN & SON. Under the Patronage of HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN.

Telegrams :—Dvuoite BROWN, READING. Telephone :—No. 60. JAMES DYMORE BROWN & SON. Under the Patronage of HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN.

BREWERS BY APPOINTMENT TO THE ROYAL BERKSHIRE HOSPITAL, At which noble INSTITUTION their FAMILY PALE ALES have been in constant use for more than 30 YEARS, and also for many years together, in a valued connection amongst the County Families, &c., &c., of Berks, Hants, Oxon, and
December 25, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
‘VA — NTED, -- by youth aged IN. SITUATION with Land Agent or Architect and Surveyor; good knowledge of plan

‘VA — NTED, -- by youth aged IN. SITUATION with Land Agent or Architect and Surveyor; good knowledge of plan

making ; excellent reference. — Apply, Jackson. Brantford Orange, Amersham. kNTNP, _ a strong quick GIRL of 16; wine wobble, sewing, bowie work required; two other serVatIti.—TIIIIITIMMAOH, • - _ WANTED, a thoroughly good PLAIN COON. Churchwoman ; large family; kittbeninaid kept
September 25, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
POLICE COURT GOSSIP. KATUKDAY.

POLICE COURT GOSSIP. KATUKDAY.

At the County Bench —before Mr. J. H. Mooch (in the chair). M.jor Mitten , . Major Tboyts, Messrs. H. L. Hunter. T. B. Garland, and S. H. Fellowes—a of school curs were beard, and tines Unposed in nearly every rime. At the Borough etsTice Court —hrfore Mr. T. 1,. WsHord ( iii th
September 25, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
READING FOCIITBALL CLUB SMOKER AND PREM.:TATUM.

READING FOCIITBALL CLUB SMOKER AND PREM.:TATUM.

READING FOCI I TBALL CLUB SMOKER AND PREM.:TATUM. On Saturday evening at eight o'clock the player' in football match between the London Caledonians premier town club, again met together with moony friends—not in friendly rivalry—but to indulge in the friendly glass, to smoke and
September 25, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
LITTLE YORICS.

LITTLE YORICS.

ROYAL BM/ RE4T., WOKINOHAII (LI Co.—Orden for week ending October 3rd.— Wednesday and Saturday clam ratan Cacaos—The sermon on tiund..y evening last was preached by the Rev. H. A. Maas, Miamians at St. John Baptist's Mission Station ta the diocese of Grahamstown. South Africa, a
September 25, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
gor Sal*. FOR SALE. ONE MILLION PENNY & HALF-PENNY BUNDLES OF FIRE WOOD Al bo aboat 40 TONS CLEAN SAWDUST

gor Sal*. FOR SALE. ONE MILLION PENNY & HALF-PENNY BUNDLES OF FIRE WOOD Al bo aboat 40 TONS CLEAN SAWDUST

AT 5•11. PER BAG. -- Dliment on Large Quantities, ALBERT WORKS, NEWBI7IIY. , vos SALE, good brad rough hai - roci TOMER r Dock wbito It. Kumar, stew Horn Castle. IL -1 08 BALL FOUR HOUSES bows as ZINIAN Ir PLACE. UPPILILOONLIION. BUCELBSIDDI. —Apply tu C Sam. School Board. Weber
September 25, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MR. THOS. WEI3B, A.C.0.. (Arras: Si. Maria, nIVES LESSONS os the Pianoforte kJir aim is Harmony. Counterpoint, al Theory. t,

MR. THOS. WEI3B, A.C.0.. (Arras: Si. Maria, nIVES LESSONS os the Pianoforte kJir aim is Harmony. Counterpoint, al Theory. t,

MILTON VILLAS, SPBENHAMLAND.
September 25, 1891 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE WHOLE AMOUNT DUE TO DEPOSIT

THE WHOLE AMOUNT DUE TO DEPOSIT

THE READING SAVINGS BANK OBS INVESTED IN GOVERNMENT TB OM EVERY MONDAY maid SATURDAY from Eleven to One, Wednesday from Twelves 01114 Mod Saturday evenings from Sores to Eight. Two pounds 10 shillings per amt. compound In lamb added half-yearly on every Is. ttd. deposited. • wif
February 12, 1897 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WILTS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

WILTS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

The annual meeting of this assonietion recently held at Marlborough under the presidency of Marquis of Aileisbury. Among others prawn were Mr W. H. Dunn. Meows W. H . Goddiug. (Hrimedele), T. S. Hewer (Knighton), T, N. (Frosfield), H. Woolcon (Wanboromh), G. Cottrell (Hungerford
February 12, 1897 - Reading Standard - Reading, Berkshire, England