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April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
IRTISER, FRIDAY, APRIL: 13, 7 ,t 4 04t 11 GARDENING. ALLOTMENTS.

IRTISER, FRIDAY, APRIL: 13, 7 ,t 4 04t 11 GARDENING. ALLOTMENTS.

IRTISER, FRIDAY, APRIL: 13, 7 4 04t 11 GARDENING. ALLOTMENTS. PA RSN I PS. Vegetables win prizes on the exhibition table .tvithout being nice to eat, but gooit looks Sr. issential. A case in point is that. the Siptember shows admit the parsnip, and the tubers present a good appea
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
Strirobsery. imed4.

Strirobsery. imed4.

imed4. tik' mulch of - strawy manure will feed the terries and prevent being soil-splashed. A mixed . fertiliser no* ; and straw or long. grab* when the fruits begin to colour, Is as satisfactory as a mulch of manure. • • •
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
SON . THREATENS MOTHER. WALSALL MAN'S DRUNKEN OUTBURST. • • • magistrates on Wednesday listened to story concerning a son

SON . THREATENS MOTHER. WALSALL MAN'S DRUNKEN OUTBURST. • • • magistrates on Wednesday listened to story concerning a son

who threatened to kill his Mother. The defandent was Samuel Ebbans, 29, Margelret Sheet, and he was s =maned for threatening language to his mother, Ppoebe Ebbans, 140, I:ridgman Street, on AV, i I 3rd. ' lire. Ebbing said that her son, walked into the. house and used bad langua
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
VICTORIA KIRSINC INSTITUTION. – GIFTS FOR SICK 'POOR.

VICTORIA KIRSINC INSTITUTION. – GIFTS FOR SICK 'POOR.

VICTORIA KIRSINC INSTITUTION. - GIFTS FOR SICK 'POOR. Miss Holloway, Lady Superintendent of this Walsall Victoria Nursing Institution and Leckie Memorial Home, acknowledges wit!: grateful thanks gifts for the sick from th.• following:—Mr,. Hislop and daughters, 1 doz. eggs; Mrs.
April 13, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
THIRTEEN COMM -- Q.N.8.0.111. V. SOLIHULL O.S.

THIRTEEN COMM -- Q.N.8.0.111. V. SOLIHULL O.S.

At Mayfield. There waa an all.t,..tud im. Provement. oven iu We sparkang diap::ty by the Old nor,' premier team on tiltord..ty. 'hey ve.n luiebted tnetr oppouenta by 1 . 3 Ihs X _ Wiening the toss and defending the pl•gbt sieve. the Old Boys went right away eau w.rre only foiled
March 9, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
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March 9, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
POISONER'S PROSECUTOR PASSES. – DEATH OF CROWN COUNSEL IN PALMIER TRIAL

POISONER'S PROSECUTOR PASSES. – DEATH OF CROWN COUNSEL IN PALMIER TRIAL

POISONER'S PROSECUTOR PASSES. - DEATH OF CROWN COUNSEL IN PALMIER TRIAL The trial of Dr. Palmer. of Hugeley, which brought the little Chase town into such lime light in is recalled by the death of Sir Harry Poland. KC., on Saturday. Sir Harry took part in the case for the Crown,
March 9, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
Sweets et the Waif.

Sweets et the Waif.

et the Waif. Councillor J. A. Leckie, Chairman of Walsall Liberal Association, who presided. in opening the meeting, referred to the grest success of the Big Blue Bazaar, which, he said, bad realised the admirable sum of ELMO. That result surely was a most happy augury for the fu
March 9, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
-- – – )(i, RADIO NOTES.IAI IMPORTANT STEP FORWARD TRAN¢MITTING. PHOTOGRAPHS BY WIRELESS.

-- – – )(i, RADIO NOTES.IAI IMPORTANT STEP FORWARD TRAN¢MITTING. PHOTOGRAPHS BY WIRELESS.

-- - - RADIO NOTES.IAI IMPORTANT STEP FORWARD TRAN¢MITTING. PHOTOGRAPHS BY WIRELESS. fast toe footsteps of practical a vision ttere has HOW tacit introduced a systcni f transmitting pootographs broadcasting channels. Ili' transmitter consists of a light souroe, Ity a snail ittuto
March 9, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England