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ROYAL CLOCKS

ROYAL CLOCKS

The late Bing had a collection of not far short of a. thousand clocks. These are not ail in one place, but are scattered over the o.yal homes of Buckingham Palace, Windsor Czet.le, Sandringham and Balmoral. Once a year all the clocks are cleaned, and it takes a dozen skilled men
February 8, 1936 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
Ito Her Usual Health

Ito Her Usual Health

On Wednesday she appeared to be in her usual health, and after a light supper retired to her bed, her seven-year-old granddaughter retiring with her. The first in timetion she hed that anything was wrong with her mother was when the child came to her room at about ten minutes to
February 8, 1936 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
BROWNMILLS WESLEY CHOIR ' SERMONS

BROWNMILLS WESLEY CHOIR ' SERMONS

There were large attendances at the sermons at Brownianls (Wesley) Methodist Church on Sunday. Services were conducted morning and evening by the Rev. C IL Maddox, of Manchester, a former scholar at the Sunday School, sad in the afternoon Mr. C. Collins, of Walsall Wood. preside
February 8, 1936 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
SPORTS WORTS.

SPORTS WORTS.

Seeretaries of Cricket, Tennis and Bowls and other Sports Clubs are requested to send in their fixture cards antt weekly reports of matches not than Tuesday of each week (earlier if possible). Forms will be supplied gratis en application. icuntinued from coluom SAHNOCK CHASE AFF
July 7, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
lA' • owl

lA' • owl

listedse, ltuabse.-0•11 or write, 46, Sweet West, Wank'''. Al'h W remnants In Imo*, floer- sad rags. See WlSilee.-- ...woerte, Pawl. Walsall. A uvlkai.—% ate, . 4-2 . be sines. Ng* ibilion trade es. ad. each: A Owes for ..C3• beete.-41, Llttleten Street, 4 evEtt all, ti resette
July 7, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
The Evidenee.

The Evidenee.

Evidenee. Two witnesses—one front Willeahalt and one Weduesbury—spoke to seeing defend nit receiving slips of paper in the Station Hotel, and there were two police witnesses, One was P.C. Bennett, oi Wedassltury, who stated that on May 24th in company with Inspector Clarke and ot
July 7, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
GROVE LAUNDRY,

GROVE LAUNDRY,

WALSALL,
July 7, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
Low Rainfall.

Low Rainfall.

It was reported that the recorded at the sewage worts for the znontle.of May waa 0.220 inches, being the loweet for May since 1096 _ Salaries. . A further report on the question °flamer/A-nuation was presented to the linage, Committee, and it was decided that was not opportune t
July 7, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
WEONESBURY LABOUR CLUB.

WEONESBURY LABOUR CLUB.

OPMMAIR.,COPIOXXT. Oaptain Charles Dickinson's "Rani Dant ' Concert Party front Walsall gave an opettair concert in th grounds of Tredneabury 'Labour .Club on Saturday night. when there was a large audience. Mr. Alfred SMort, MI.:, amongst those present. The members of the party
July 7, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England
 
COMPENSATION CASE. RUIRRY OWEN'S SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION FOR REDUCTION.

COMPENSATION CASE. RUIRRY OWEN'S SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION FOR REDUCTION.

At Walsall County Court CID Wiedneed•Y• ! before Judge Tubbs, application was made by Hems. Hubcry °win and Co., engineer!, Derlaston, for a review und diminution of an [award under the Worknr.en'e Compeisatinn act in favour of Florence Harris, presaworker, of I 7, Bilston Road,
July 7, 1928 - Rugeley Times - Rugeley, Staffordshire, England