Reading Standard Etc 12-1919
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. FREE OF INCOME TAX.
lUÂ§lERVE FUND OVER 21 PER
.fADING Â«COUNTY PElltIlAlU!N'rl
BENEFIT BUILDING SOC.ETY.
Tra.vellers' :S~';;pll.. ,.
JOlIN. R. SIl!ONDS, Esq,
OHARLI!Il STEWARD I!KlTH, . . . . J.P.
....... ROBERT JOHN o' ALL8QP, Bi)WARD
JAOKSON, J.P.. and 'l1HOIlA:8. JOHN
PEACOCK â¢â¢nd IT. T. BOTTRILL..
,I ,' '.'
IS 1 ISSUING
SHARES ~ EACH,
PAID - m'
8UBSCRIPTION BHARI18 p.y.bl. 11l1. ' ....
mont.h, e~h bearing intereli at ., per CIfD'"
free of Income Tax,
,. The Boaiety &110 receive. D~::r.ri:.;~:,oI~loi
at Ibort notice, at three P.8r 4
'lbo _ , A~t1. . 01
001104 to tile
- no ....
,..:_ _ tile Boololr
.. 8IunI .ADd Depc:NdtI it â¢â¢â¢ ... ~â¢â¢ &l8 If a
Belene3'dDd (Oftii' 11 PlIf oeal.
0.1 .tNn'e) ..
'.161 11 ,
The aboTe 8oc:iety mat. ADVANOM on
SBCURITY of FREEHOLD 01' LEAIlIWOLD
PItOPERTIJ!B IreplLyaMa , in 4 to 15 7a" b,.
moa.th.ly inat&Jmen~ r
Monthly Repa.ym6llW for an .. d ....nN at Â£100.
10 y8ara 15 ,.aan
' 1 : 2~8 ' 17:21
wl.at, B,II, ,.e ,s a High iander what
caught oold 'in hii!l legs"
Vmoli&, Eau de Col,ogne,. 1/6, '2" .
r '~ LaTender Wa.ter , A The
Vinqli ..... rtel!
FIR'E ,I '
, ' W~::.:.'
P.... n., A.. ,d.nl â¢â¢ d.
LIMITED, â¢ Dom.dlc Serw.nil.
&0 BliGzlfT ST. !
Molor-Ca, â¢â¢ d Lift.
4 Lo AJU) BT ,E Burglary .nd Tholl,
. . Plate' :cl....
iDon t"T~ - - .
oOa.IDe4 tp ... u....
-;c;j~~100 ...., 01 . .
I .. ,
By P . H. DI!l'CHFIELD,
M.A:, F.B.A .â¢ F.R.B.L .â¢ F.R.Hist.8.
r a. Soap, ODe bottle of 1m
Tablets. of ViDOli
F IX l!o'
Perfume, ID box, S/61Â·
but judge each case
on its own
AntImony Photo Frames.
merits, without reference to any scale ' Or
Post C&td sise, ald., worth 1/-. r
the attitude t ake n ' up elsewlier~. . M.ise
Blackall says that you cannot distinguIsh
Vickers Sewing Mac ea.
between "good ". II.Ild "bad" applicants
â¢. Mude like- a Gun,,Â·' &:6/6/0.
and tliat in humanity's name you. must
fe~oth kinds. Even huma.nity has its
limililtions, however., and it _ ms ~e~
what of a pa railox . that the I Poor Law
s hould be fo)' the lienelit .... family that
hn.s a larger income than Mother which
manages to plod along .w}thout finding
cause to apply for relief"
', ' ~j ....
A. BROWNE & LmLY 1oI0TOR
HOUSE will' hOWle your car in'
oecnrity and oomfort. loIa.nufacturedÂ·
of carefully selected matsrial. by
highly skilled workm&';. ' it i. both
dur..ble and arti.tio.
tak"" down and Â·re-ereoted. and wiD
always lie wind proof. damp proof and
/ a1together e.fJi.cient.
we are glad to h.av~ the &sstrranoo of
man of Mr. ,Quelch. Â·standing
on . the rna. tel'. As' he well says: !' 'Whoever the persons w~ who were r&8ponsible for the rowdyisfu~they certainly don't
repr.esent the La-hour movement in "'Reading. That movement Juis Â·got a 08 ... ",hich
! can be stated and argued without reaort: ing to the methods of hooligans."
, the question remains': Who constituted
thiÂ· 1iso~erlY element?
WilBOn', I pOPularity Increased,
matter of grave puhlic concern . But it IS
only fair tha.t we !lJhould give prominence
to a statement made a.t the Borough
Police Court this week when a culprit,
,F..dwRlrd Hyde, the' celebrated Earl
ClaJendon, who wrote" The History
that this book was written at Swallowfield,
but such was
house did not come into the possession of
the fam ily prior i to its , publication; a.I!d
the Earl was in exile . . He woO in 1674;
his body being~ht from R ouen was
early next year by
Book on the Rifte ~-A boOk haa
pubbsbed by Me8ln. Griffin and
Exeter Street, Strand, JJondon.
very .mterestnig! :vrayl wit-h t~e
the riJI. andl .t& perfotmrnce. The
volume is e~tit.led "Tli~ Th~ry of the Rifle
and Rifle Shbotmg," and is writ n by Mr. J.
W Hicks, F ".A.S. (" Ba.listic .... '!of ! " The
AS&OCIU.tioD J:ourns.l "). The .. ub~ect I S trep.ted
ill a. very " sirhple
a.nd ' jmanner,
H." of the
art of 1ihooting being 60 expl&iaed I as to be
NET Price List to
solved b~,the element.a.l'Y rult:l!i
The booa: is pubJished at 5/ - net&..
II The Shooting Time," C.~h~".:.;t,~m:.,~.t~!:b:~
amusmg yarns d~crjptlve of ih"o~i,;~~;-P
mg lDCldenta a.t home and a.broad.
trations, which are very numeroUl,
supplied. by sportsmen artists, a.nd
to greatly enha.nce the mterest of
and stlmuia.t.e the imagina.tlOn of
Th18 annual' wIll certainly add
ments of a comfortable armcha.Ir
d",,:,std tire, and ' cannot fail .to brmg
pleaaa.nt memories of da.ys .spent
gun. The contrIbution8 are all
sportsmen who ha.ve made
and feat her the
chiefly on account of the Duke of
(a.fterwa..rdsofJa.mes II.) unpopula r
Â·~~;I~t~;~ ~ith his daughter. So Viscount
became the second Earl, who
n â¢ .t~,ra~ly resented the treatment accorded
::"'- "':."--' ''J and was not a. pe~,:,a;i~~~:
~he'~:~~eS' rhi~h~:~~eci~li~ b: ~?t:tnSSh~ot~~geTj:~~er
: ::-C .':: .:.:::::: :~'
.. '1" .................. . 4.19
F~ . 0Â£ Ipng
. ., e
The pilfering tEat hs,s been going on in
connection '''1th Ithe railways has for f,\o
long time nol" , we r egret to 88.y. been n.
. . 'I
white hind feet,
were p,u14cs to, Or' had Dukes and Ea'll.'ls, who held Swallon field in
a.tt:eI9pt to prevent former dal'"'S . They would form , 3 goodly
i tho ~
tb procession fo), a pageant. and Lady Russel!
. I. (Jo)WODen: 1te 0
e~ I t olls us of the Backhou ser, tne Hydes.
~~~untru:e. qu lies~nd the P itts and m~ny other .illuiitrioDs famionly 'unjuit b~hich a.re lies who have owhed and lived at Swallo'lÂ¥to the C&UOO', of Labour field:
. But my cOJlcern lS at present WIth the
No one knows ' what the
anCIent mansion was. like' the present
house was principally built by Lord Clarendon towards the end of the 17th century.
The estate passed into the possession of
t he Earls of Clarendon by the marl iage of I ,:ecen~l y_
the widow of Sir 'Villiam Backhouse,
Flower, Lady Backhouse, to Henry Hyde
He cau,ght his tram
missed a rem rkable demonstration of
sonal r egard nd political support.
1S~tlOD and juet as I cost hIm tWi ce as much. I have no space
O'"FQlOl6 ~Dnected with to record the Kings and Queens, the
As we pointed out last w9Qk, the , I
. gathering resulted-in the vast majority of '
, the people' pi esent be;.ng more than ever
; attached to the Borough Member. Iii was
Browne & Lilly o.Jao manufacture , a pity that the meeting was so prolonged,
for they intended , afterwards, to give b.irn
Poultry Hon",,", Greenhouaee, Buna demon.tra~ion of their sympathetic supgalows, Fal'lD Sheda &l!d every
port and ga hered in large numbers outdescription of Portable Bwlding.
, side the ha for tha.t purpose
Wilson was, !however , so rushed for time II
Write for Illustrated Booklet giving . ~o catch his train that direct1y the m eetr-I
mg was oveli be had to be off, a.nd was
p&rticulare of our Yarioua IoIguf...,.
the .steps bf the main entureo,
trance to the building some seconds before I
the great b Ik of the people be~an to"
manor , it be..
the Queens of
there a large
and we s~ould
horse, .iI. brIght:
.--'-- -~-';' ~:; ca lled "Bayard, '" which cost!: him Â£1,000
â¢ in t he present value of money, .and a grey
I.nelm.ute I most \ emÂ· ll"itl~ u. blac~ head called. Pomer,', which
brown bay , with
n. very in1", ...,sti,nl! '!~.d ,M,\.câ¢.~~Â·e Â· ~.,,~i~
in the Town.
we did Dtfor one moment thinK
lIke to ha.ve SOOn
mg same 68
rebuild the house.
controller of works.
on g l'adually,
the' work. It was
style of architecture
fa-v our .
Talman, who was the conteIl:lporary of Sir Ch t i 5topH~r \Vren, was hIS
and this partIcular
10 the quiet d&J'"k
favoured by the city
And the prlce keept
the cost -of dressing,
So many sizes in the
be 100 per cent.
Â·50 per cent. warmth.
best standard, and
nderwear or Hose
gar m ent'-j
Youths.. too; have belted
and belt1e8a Tweed Over:,'
coats for c'Q.oice â¢. a.t 35/- to
85/-, and sin~ Covert.
H~ from i
of every kind~ two offers
FlaDnel~ in nea.t pa.tStripes on cream
18/ 8, and (2) 'l'unie
effects. from 7/11 to
&lid p.ttsrns, from
~';;s;sting of a
N aineoblr: . I HaladjerclrleIs,
fully i>",br""1~Â¥' i.!J'
desiil'!s. _ Ya.lu,e I19.t 'equ~ tirla
eo.ob: 0<" 18 .... dozen.
Mel.... OY .- L,t d'.,. Re.dlDg'~
is a very solid
Unique OPM..t ;'ity;
worth 2O/-to SO/'l
Sbopper's. ,!,llj P,/~
~ make.' s
works! are, tbe
. The present
E:w,illo,wÂ£ield in 1820, when
Indian j udg.
'to eIear at
t~716. ):O~6 "&: '
'\11 J r
GIP'T BAZAAR NOW 0
Gent'll Laced '
as women. Here the man can see fYVery a..ppropri&te Gift for
h.is wife, D}3id, frien~, or childreJl-without troub~ ~nd without
bemg impoituned to purchase. Make a' Point of ~itmg the
500 Pain of
by a clock
If you had a 1,000 Friends you
cOuld flD'd a dlHe~Dt Gift for Bach
In McIlroya. Gift Bazaa.r, It is a place for men to buy as well
Talman ' had
str'u;,ture, as all
The reat' I f hit " of, thl)
year in Bo18'~ Overooa.ts ,: 8, 1 I
of.-oouree, the.. range iIi that â¢
tlplendld serge, ' double.. ~
;breasted and witb belt.
here in Raincoats, without or ~wltb
emerald, light blue, brown and
~ beJt, step or military eoUare, amartly
;CJ,1t ind well ta.ilored. .11Â· to 105/-.
Some mon are about to be lue~y.
In Covert R&ineoats- be&yy ~enoughÂ
100 only Double-breacted RainooaUI
for Overooal.8 - ihere arQ many
offered to-morrow at 37/8.
styles with or without Raglan deevee. t
An arml a~ ~eo will find tbeir ' eiJ;EIa
&t 83/- to 105/-.
11 / 8.
Ralncoa.ts ~wa.rm. 'enough
for winter), in f&wos and
grey., .t 24/8 to 75/-,
While bo~1!I can be fitted
ch1l1-praof , Tweed
Overooa.ta, in smart 8tylea
al:)ihtY 1 and his 4esign 'was fairly
accordmg to , a.ccep~ed canons of "",ss'='â¢.1
a.rchitecture~ though his work was
and lacked Imagination.
The house is quadrangular iU I pla.n and
e ncloses an inne:rl court, round ' which wa.s
formerly a complete cloister. Two SIdes of
the quadrangle are muc h older than the
rest of the house, the roof of their uings
being screened with a. parapet of baluster j
is surmounted by a belfry I and tbe
i ]~j(:;~~;, ..Men's
sleevee. 8 t'Ql 8 ans.
e.~r;..'7n.~~08t ~f ,' a
,W ith Ra. g le, ~ or 0Idma.ry
P,alladlO by direct llJld ,8lmost servile imitation of the Italian's work. He was the
al'chitect of Oha:t8worth, . which was
finish~ e ight yeara heidt-e he began to rebuild Swallowfield. Horhce WallJole in his
16tters states that Talman built tibe 'h ouse,
whereIn he stayed, being a fnend of John
Dodd, who succeeded the Clnl'endons as
3 / 8 to
Then for the most fa.stidi_
ous man , Overcoats in
lavender. grey or brow.n
shades. yv Ith or Without
belts and patch r Â·pockets. .,
11/ 11 to 14/ 8 ,a.
great rival, and introduced a successful
attempt to revive the rigorOllS standat d of
to 1/8 each.
brown ' tweeds and Dap
clotb. 14/- to 105/-.
naÂ·t'l'~1 wool and cotton mirture
The prices make
518 to 10/ 8 each
In:line grey and
Men 's """'.901 H alf Hose, fast black,
weight. 3 / 3 t" 4; 11 â¢
coa.tI for men that there is'
no need for ma(Je-to.mes.- '
Men's au"woo. Pants and Vests by the
his time at
glass and wamscot.
Most; men look well in
VE TWO POUNDS o.R
tie was rich enough to hire a thousand tailors. He was ,sensible eno:ugh
to know tha~ ~e beat was good enough.
British ready-to~wear clotlies aile b~tter th~llA~~rican aoth;". r.
better, 'they are made better, land-they can b~ bought at '
MlcUlrojrs in the same patterns, clotIU and cut as the inh~t expensive to
the. family, who
vice to t"";-~~tfJtJOV
IÂ·~ __ . _.
Whitley 7iram ..,.etmlnus.
~QOWNIE &ULLV, Ltd.
one shilling per head
to summer children has been gr'mted.
f I t'
Bath Tablets, Verbena, 0 W In IS JL Just
Jocke Club 101d .
~VB are concerned
It seems to us
Vmoha., Pears and EraamIC at Curreqt ! lost sight of
'.these were all
t Built m sectiolll it can be 1easily
9f the general
in d ehberatJOns h as b een
1/4!. 2/3. recently devoted
the, question of
1 e lief
as "borne a.,IIS1,a nL..,.
Super Qua.bty, 4jd." ~ ,: ta. let.
.. VIolette de RU881e.
Jloderate Law l and Survey Ohargu.
BedegjptioDI Na Â· Entranae FeM. PremiQIIUI or '
For IProlpectal and all information appIJ io
1\t. BLAKE 1'. ALLNATT.
Il Porbu'7, RoadlDc.
U._ MOTOR, HOUSES.
THE MANOI 'HOUSES
the J.a.test figuras
To walk In long black ga.lters,
, And ha.ve my oonduct pulled about
By d emocrat dictators.'!
And thI:!I. IS what BIshop Gore sa.id: II In
Binmngha~ I once overheard two street
. i d en8 ! arabs discu~ssing my !appearance, and a~
Â·USUaloleost ! last .one. saidl to. the otber 'I tell y~
JOHN SIMONDS Eoq.
J. HERBERT BENYON, Eoq .â¢ 1.P,
LBONARD G. SUTl'ON. P;oq â¢â¢ J,P,
' SATURDAY. DEC
A TII'e of Blsb.p Co.o.
. ' "; , . -I
follow ing line. of Doa'" Allord
,:~:~~:u.,;:::,,:ec:-::ho in a. &tory which Dr.
lines :.. I'm
I'm not 8. :Bishop,
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