Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Turning Back the Pages

MAGISTRATES sitting in one of the two courts at Henley on Tuesday imposed fines totalling £433 on 66 defendants who admitted the use of either radio or television sets without licences. The defendants admitted using the sets for varying periods ranging from three-and-a-half years to 20 days.

At the Reading Open Bantam Show on Saturday, Miss S Quekett, of Peppard Lane, won with a Faverolle cockerel, came second with a Faverolle pullet and third with Black Wyandotte cock. Gordon Watkins, of Mole End, Fawley Court, took three firsts with an Indian Game bantam cockerel, an Indian Game pullet and a Australorp cockerel. There were 1,163 entries at what is the biggest bantam show in England.

The fourth meeting of the Henley Mothers’ Club was held at the clinic on February 15 when nine new members were welcomed, bringing the total membership to nearly 40. Miss Mockford spoke on safety in the home and showed a film detailing various points.

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