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BAKINO POWDtL - • • Has Honour: Tbrn you have .%; 'c•C' - , MAt cnN best Eriend." • .• • • Helen U. up. - who was ataying at a hydro at Cate:ism. killed at a terekrue,ing there on Monday atter- 101116 N boos. • - r , • ' 4 w _ • * • • ir ,.., mili .
June 2, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
8R1D1901141011 AOKI) 93.

8R1D1901141011 AOKI) 93.

AOKI) 93. HIS THIRD MARRIAGR. Twq deys before hie IlOrd birth dav linftres. the oMest inhabitant of the wining village of Col•dord. controlled hie third The bride was Mew S Rates. aged 41. leikham. grimmer third of the it also wee. - . _ Tlw eis — re — m - orTy . was performed re
June 2, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
kliE 3WDIDO3I FORTY THOUSAND PIGEO N S. BIO•FIJOHT FROM SWINDON.

kliE 3WDIDO3I FORTY THOUSAND PIGEO N S. BIO•FIJOHT FROM SWINDON.

kliE FORTY THOUSAND PIGEO N S. BIO • FIJOHT FROM SWINDON. Three lipecial trains from the North, conveying upwards of pigeons, arrived at the M. and S.W.J. Railway Station last Friday. and on Saturday the birds were liberated in connectiou with an important race flown by the .Nort
June 2, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
BACK TO THE LAND. AN EXPERIMENTAL FARM. SPRIAAH BY EARL CARRINGTON.

BACK TO THE LAND. AN EXPERIMENTAL FARM. SPRIAAH BY EARL CARRINGTON.

BACK TO THE LAND. AN EXPERIMENTAL FARM. BY EARL CARRINGTON. Enrl Carrington. at a luncheon given on Tuesday in his honour at the Criterion Restaurant, London. by the Rural Development Society, said that since 1910 he had been blamed, and he was not sure that he was not blamed jus
June 2, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
PURTON.

PURTON.

8. W. Brown, b Marks .. A. Woolford, c Rieltena, h Smith 29 R. O. Brown, lbw, b.Allford ... ... HI J. Staley, c b Marks A. Barnes, c Richena, b Smith E. b Rlcheala . . C. Woolford, e Rushan. h Richene ... 0 W. Tidmanth, b Richert,' ... E. Woolford. lbw, b Smith ... ... 17 W. Hew
June 2, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
HIGHWoRTIt

HIGHWoRTIt

. . Total VICTORIA. W. J. Suter, b lierriu P. T. Wilson, b Penney . • K. J. Hornby, cW. Oatrisb, b Penney ... 21 BT. Wilson, out .. 22 A. E. . b 5 A. Ha , Spark. b Ravi* ..• A. Ch c Jour*, b Freeth ... IS O. F. Dean, b W. ()erring I J. C. Platater, c Coot% b French... ... 3 .1.1
June 2, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
FOOTBALL. APPORTIONMENT OF CITP-TIE PROCEEDS. – _ WEALTH OF THE F.A.

FOOTBALL. APPORTIONMENT OF CITP-TIE PROCEEDS. – _ WEALTH OF THE F.A.

FOOTBALL. APPORTIONMENT OF CITP-TIE PROCEEDS. - _ WEALTH OF THE F.A. On Monday afternoon the Council of Football Aaeociation met at the °Soak 42. Russell Square. SF.C., Mr J. C. Clegg in the chair. amounts d - • among the clubs which figured the s and final of the Cup reported aa
June 2, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
THE WHITSUN HOLIDAYS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Next MONDAY beings Batik Belida). MIL._ —a- miaow * our Oast* will Irk CLOSED sad

THE WHITSUN HOLIDAYS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Next MONDAY beings Batik Belida). MIL._ —a- miaow * our Oast* will Irk CLOSED sad

dee Itirenitto Advertiser Slit WA lie pubheiliA oo day.
June 2, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

Before the Mayor (Mr T. Butler), Mr J. Baker, Mr W. H. William». and Mr 8. B. Cole. 134J1 Atelierley. a 142, Albion Street. Swindon. was summoned for using indeeeut language on March Ist. P.C. Moulton. who was the informant, said the language complained of was used by the defend
March 10, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England
 
For all diewsm.i: CHEST, LUNGS AND THROAT

For all diewsm.i: CHEST, LUNGS AND THROAT

then% is no medicine to «soul VENON LIMITNING CURE. I7ndoubtedly the most successful method of curing all dinettes of the chest. throat and lungs n the Veno'N Lightning Cough Cure method. The popularity of this famous molleine is due to its ssfety dieing guaranteed froe from all
March 10, 1911 - Swindon Advertiser and North Wilts Chronicle - Swindon, Wiltshire, England