town (1991 pop. 64,785), Nottinghamshire, central England. Large pharmaceutical plants and factories there produce boilers, telecommunication equipment, fluorescent lights, textiles, pencils, cardboard boxes, and clothing.
Raffles rode a Beeston Humber, a Royal Sunbeam was good enough for me, but he insisted on our both having Dunlop tires.
Raffles smeared vaseline upon the plated parts of his Beeston Humber before starting, and our dear landlady cosseted us both, and prayed we might see nothing of the nasty burglars, not denying as the reward would be very handy to them that got it, to say nothing of the honor and glory.
But we've left our bikes outside, and mine's a Beeston Humber," continued Raffles.
Talking conservation THE importance of captive breeding programmes was the topic under discussion when DZG registrar and research co-ordinator Dr David Beeston addressed a group of university students.
Mineral exploration company Beeston Enterprises (Other OTC:BESE) reported on Friday the launch of a one for ten reverse stock split of all of its issued and outstanding common shares in the market with the opening of business on 2 June 2014.