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THE WEATHER BECOME AN ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR.

THE WEATHER BECOME AN ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR.

'flit' weather lore touching of January is curiously oontradirtory. The 14111, st. llilai7. is the coldest day of the Whole tear, the Yorkshire people say; whereas the of the Fens aver that it should either c.,ldeet or the wetteet. Qt .unday,lll3 superb a as is ever favoured wit
January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
A PLAGUE AT NIETERIVII. BY OUR WANDERING CORRESPONDENT.

A PLAGUE AT NIETERIVII. BY OUR WANDERING CORRESPONDENT.

That we are only reaping what we have down a oertainty. People are mysteriously ill, treat an almoet unnameable disesee, and the best, the wisest, or the beet learned are as liable to its baneful effects. or even more so, than the labourer, who toils six to five for his daily fo
January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
THE BOERS SHELLED.

THE BOERS SHELLED.

message frem Reusburg. January 13t1, says: A blinding dust storm envelopnli Slingersfontein camp. During luncheon the loud Lipping of tents suddenly drowned by the kuder crash of a bursting shell width fell our midst. It was quickly followed by a second and a third. Some conster
January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
CARRINGTON SENT OFF.

CARRINGTON SENT OFF.

Major-General Sir Frederick Carrington has received to to Mouth Africa. General Carrington organised and commanded tlin Mounted Infantry fa the expedition to the Diamond Fields in 1875. and "Carrington's Bone" (mounted infantry) at the annexation of Transvaal in 1077. Ile served
January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
A PATHETIC INCIDENT.

A PATHETIC INCIDENT.

One of the men of the 2nd Cornwall*, writing under date December 20th to his father at Plymouth, "We love sent trainloads of Boom as prisoners to t'apetorrn, and we have got fifty more here to send or. I went to Capetown with a porty of twenty-eight Boers. They seemed a decent l
January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
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January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTERSHIRE VOLIefTEERS.

LEICESTERSHIRE VOLIefTEERS.

SELECTING MEN FOS TUE mom*. Saturday was the day appointed for the selection of men from the let V. B. Leicestershire Regimeht who have volunteered to fight for Queen and Country in South Africa. The work began in earnest at two o'clock at the Magazine, the Newarkes, when well'
January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
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January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
HAVE YOU A WATER TANK?

HAVE YOU A WATER TANK?

If so, have a look at it occasionally, and have it thoroughly acruhhed and cleaned eut once a month at least. Dead spident, blue bottles, and drowned to say nothing of dust. are not salubrious. The childnh become "dowio" end off their feed. and mother wonders what is th• matter,
January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
A PRETTY TIIILETTE.

A PRETTY TIIILETTE.

who, tlitui clad, rashly ventures to set foot out of doors on a day when mud pervades the streets, as it is almost impossilile to evade disaster to the abundant and overflowing folds which escape the grasp of the distracted wearer. A sensible woman whose lot in life does not inc
January 20, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England