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A LARGE ATOCC TO SRL.Rer FROM.

A LARGE ATOCC TO SRL.Rer FROM.

A LARGE TO SRL.Rer FROM. E. HEBB, TIN ORIGINAL BID AND MATTEI6BI6 BAUM, 57, CHURCH CLOVK TOW2II, LIAICISTEIL I rim 'Present IDividext parts 65 Jan. aad „ 514 Jsn. and „ 30 Feb. sad A. 154 „ Ng and Icily. 66 ~ 6 J and July. „ 42.1- July. „ „ 3 Sept. „ Mar. and Aug. „ 114 „ 60 lie
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
NORTH . KILWORTH.

NORTH . KILWORTH.

CLUll.—..t new ground is bring laid out for the cricketers. AN VICTORT.-411 Saturday Rugby Wanderers a to nil. VaLIDICTORT.—IIier• was a large congregation at Church ea Ileaday when the Rev. H. Pueblo peutobsti Ids farewell sermon. The rev. 6 beekjaweiwited by the . mm cut ebers
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
SENSATIONAL DIVONCE CAIT.

SENSATIONAL DIVONCE CAIT.

In the Divorce Division, before the President, on Monday, Mrs. Marie Julia Irernouger, ivho lied bean residing at Leicester, sued for • divorce from her husband, Captain Xdgar Ashton Irentonger, of tbe Lancashire Fusiliers, to whom she was married at Leeds on the 2nd December, 1
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
AROUND THE PREMIER'S ROME.

AROUND THE PREMIER'S ROME.

AROUND PREMIER'S ROME. The little town of Hatfield, in Hertfordshire, where Lord Salisbury has his home and about 20,000 out of the 30,000 acres which constitute the town, is face to face with a serious houoing problem.' A committee of the Rural District Council has reported that
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
COCOA

COCOA

SREAKFAET-TlirrEß- ENTIZTAINILINT. —Mare were orowded audiences at the Village Hall on Thursday and Friday-evenings, when en escellent dramatic entertainment was gives by the childrea attending the National Schools. The Magic Lamp" was first staged. and was a highly creditable p
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
LETTING OF SPORTING RIGHTS.

LETTING OF SPORTING RIGHTS.

to the Queen's Bench Division, en Tuesday, before Mr. Justice Kennedy and Dr. Justice the Right Ron. lames Lowther appealed from a &el-ion of the Inland Revenue Commissiooers to the effect that an indenture into which as reversioner be had entered should be stamped with a stamp
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
IS YOUR BLOOD POOR? DR. RILL'S BLOOD POWDERS Cleanse the Blood, Clear the Skin, Cure Sore Throate, Fevers and Colds,

IS YOUR BLOOD POOR? DR. RILL'S BLOOD POWDERS Cleanse the Blood, Clear the Skin, Cure Sore Throate, Fevers and Colds,

Remove Panples, Relieve Headache, Purify the System. Suit everl.ody. Insist upon having DR. TULL'S BLOOD POWDERS, One Penny each, or ls led. per Packet, post free J. TT 37. Waterloo Street Leicester. *alba, fflaniagra, anb Mead* MARRIAGE. OVIIRTON—BAGLIT-00 tbe 17th at Morcott,
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
SOLD' ER'S STRANG E S U ICI K

SOLD' ER'S STRANG E S U ICI K

An inquest was held at Aldershot, on Monday, on Trivate Shawcroes, of the tot Royal Lancaster Regiment, who it is supposed committed suicide in the Connaught hospital—The evidence "hewed that Shaweress was uhnithed to the institution suffering from ague on the ltth nst. Two days
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
A FASIIIORADLE P):77ICOAT.

A FASIIIORADLE P):77ICOAT.

often recurring occasions when it is wet under foot and above, it would be folly to put on one's smartest clothes, for a waterproof cost or cape worn over an old, hut neat and tidy, costume, in conjunction with a black sailer or felt hat, is at once becoming in every of the word
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
"Auld Ayr, whom ne'er,s toun 8UTp111,441. For bonen men and bonnie Mises."

"Auld Ayr, whom ne'er,s toun 8UTp111,441. For bonen men and bonnie Mises."

"Auld Ayr, whom ne'er,s toun For bonen men and bonnie Mises." Borns waa not far wrong, especially as regards the Sea air does oonduee to healthful complezious, and the sea breezes that visit Ayr and Ayrshire make it exceodingly healthy. Out tea brooms do not breed tionstaty, as a
December 1, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England