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OAKHAM AND UPPINGHAM

OAKHAM AND UPPINGHAM

JOURNAL. Published for the Proprietor OAKHAM, by Mrs. UPPINGHAM, J. Hawthorn, NO MORE " PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURB. Bay » pair CORK SOCKS or Horse Hair ditto., free per post 6d. and Bd. per pair, and Horse Hair lOd. We have testimonials from all parts the United Kingdom. Establ
December 7, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM AND DISTRICT

GRANTHAM AND DISTRICT

Great Northern Railway.—Christmas Arrangements.—On Tuesday, 24th December, additional trains will be run under: —Leave Boston 5 p.m., for Grantham and intermediate stations; Grantham 8 p.m., for Nottingham and intermediate stations ; Nottingham 11.25 p.m., for Grantham and inter
December 7, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
LUDICROUS SCENE AT A FIRE.

LUDICROUS SCENE AT A FIRE.

LUDICROUS SCENE AT FIRE. Early on Monday morning, a fire broke out in the store-room Mr. Simcox, taker, Asbon-street, Birmingham. The room, which situated over the bakehouse, contained something like seventy sacks of flour, and the flames reached them they burst. The Birmingham b
December 7, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
KW.M.S.-TEA and LECTURE, Little Gonerby School, Thursday, Deo. l'Jth.—See bills. GRANTHAM PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. CHRISTMAS CONCERT, Friday, 27th December next. Parti.:

KW.M.S.-TEA and LECTURE, Little Gonerby School, Thursday, Deo. l'Jth.—See bills. GRANTHAM PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. CHRISTMAS CONCERT, Friday, 27th December next. Parti.:

MISCELLANEOUS. Part 11. : Smart's " BRIDE OF DUNKE 3RON." Principals— Mrs. HELEN TRUST (London), Mr. E. KEMP (Lichfield Cathedral), and Mr. W. H. BURGON (London). Plan and Tickets Mr. White's, St. Peter's Hill. _ PRIMROSE LE AGUE. BROWNLOW HABITATION. A BALL will be heW in the E
December 7, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
OAKHAM AND UPPINGHAM JOURNAL.

OAKHAM AND UPPINGHAM JOURNAL.

Published for Proprietor a*; A - . OAKHAM, UPPINGHAM, JAMES WELLINGTON, AGRICULTURAL FAMILY CHEMIST, .HIGH STREET, OAKHAM, Begs toJjrmg before the notioe of Farmers and Graziers '. the following Specialities :— WELLINGTON'S SHEPHERDS FRIEND, for Foot Rot or Halt in Sheep. Sold i
January 20, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOTTESFORD.

BOTTESFORD.

The Seventh Lectubb of a series on behalf of the Young Men's Christian Association was given in the large School-room, before a nnmeroos audience, on Tuesday evening, the 16th inst., by Mr. Valentine Green: subject, " The life of Wyciiffe." The Rev. Canon Norman presided on the
January 20, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE INDUSTRIAL POSITION OF DRONFIELD.

THE INDUSTRIAL POSITION OF DRONFIELD.

Dronfield,. Derbyshire town, is in an unfortunate condition. The removal of the extensive steel works to Workington, consequent on the heavy carriage rates charged the railway companies, has already caused 100 houses to be empty, and on the completion of the work it is expected
January 20, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE HEALTH OF MR. GLADSTONE.

THE HEALTH OF MR. GLADSTONE.

Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone arrived at Euston Station, London, at 3 pan. on Tuesday from Ha warden. A large crowd had assembled on the platform to witness ' arrival. Mr. Gladstone was received by the directors of the railway, and conducted through a crowd Lady Frederick Cavendish's c
January 20, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BITING A MAN'S EAR.

BITING A MAN'S EAR.

The Hanley borough magistrates have dealt summarily with a man named Edward Gold spring, striker, charged with inhuman assault on Saturday night. The prisoner and a man named Allen quarrelled in a lodging-house, when Goldspring got his disputant down ana bit his ear in a terribl
January 20, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
RE CAPTURE OF AN ESCAPED CONVICT.

RE CAPTURE OF AN ESCAPED CONVICT.

The oonvict Nealham, who escaped from Portsmouth prison, was re-captured on Tuesday afternoon. The warders were guided in their pursuit by information burglaries having been committed at Bishops Waltham. The convict wae seen on the road about mile from Chafe place, and after sho
January 20, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England