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THE PEACE OUTLOOK.

THE PEACE OUTLOOK.

QUESTION IN THE HOUSE. The Cabinet did not meet on Thursday, as it was understood no communications modifying the situation in any way had been received. There are still no definite proposals to consider, and tbere is some reason for believing that the representatives of the Fre
April 18, 1902 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
MILITARY ITEMS.

MILITARY ITEMS.

In Friday night Gazette" appears the following:— Northamptonshire Imperial Yeomanry.—The undermentioned offioers to be Majors :—Captain and Hon. Major (Major. Reserve of Officers) C. H. E. Coote. from Buckinghamshire Imperial Yeomanry ; Captain W. G. Renton. retired pay. Reserve
April 18, 1902 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
MARRIAGE OF MAJOR ALAN HILL, V. C.

MARRIAGE OF MAJOR ALAN HILL, V. C.

The marriage of Major Alan Hill, V.C., Northamptonshire Regiment, son of the late Captain Hill, formerly Chief Constable of the North Riding, to Miss Lilias Walker, daughter of the late Mr. T. S. Walker, Maunby Hall, Thirsk, took place on Saturday at St. Saviour's Church, Walton
April 18, 1902 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
KETTERING AND THE CORONATION.

KETTERING AND THE CORONATION.

THE PROGRAMME ADOPTED. For the purpose of receiving the report of the Executive Committee to the beet means of celeoratin? the C oronation, a town's meeting was held the Lecture Hall, on rid a evening Mr. A. Webb, .LP., presided, being supported the hon. secretaries, Messrs Trev
April 18, 1902 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
A CASE OF SMALL-POX AT WELLINGBOROUGH.

A CASE OF SMALL-POX AT WELLINGBOROUGH.

CASE OF SMALL-POX AT WELLINGBOROUGH. A case of small-pox was reported at Wellingborough this (Friday) morning. The victim is John Hawkes, a tramp, who entered the Wellingborough Workhouse on Tuesday evening, and whilst in the casual ward fell sick. He was detained, and the sympto
April 18, 1902 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
LATEST SPORTING NEWS.

LATEST SPORTING NEWS.

OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS. Derby engagements: Amoret 11., Petrushka, Duart Bay, and Pagan. Sudbury Stakes (Derby): Dubia filly and Irena colt. Doveridge Handicap (Derby): Princess Melton. Chatsworth Stakes (Derby): Gallipoli. Welbeck Handicap (Derby): Dandy Bay. DERBY MEETING. ADDITI
April 18, 1902 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
AUCTION NOTICES. Established 1815. M ACQUIRE AND MERRY, AUCTIONEER S, VALUERS and SHAREBROKERS, 2, GuiLDH ALL-ROAD, NORTHAMPTON. TO-MORROW'S (SATURDAY) SALE

AUCTION NOTICES. Established 1815. M ACQUIRE AND MERRY, AUCTIONEER S, VALUERS and SHAREBROKERS, 2, GuiLDH ALL-ROAD, NORTHAMPTON. TO-MORROW'S (SATURDAY) SALE

will include: Grey Harness MARE, DOG CART, and SET OF HARNESS, removed from the Stag's Head Hotel, Northampton. Direct off Two Farms : 20 two-year-old SHORTHORN STEERS and HEIFERS. 12 EWES and 12 Strong LAMBS. MORTON PINKNEY SALE YARD. THE NEXT SALE of FAT and STORE CATTLE will
April 18, 1902 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
late advertisements. CStuilsborough Athletic Sports. THESE EVENTS will TAKE PLACE, as usual, WHIT TUESDAY. H. P. HARRISON, Hon. Sec. TIT"

late advertisements. CStuilsborough Athletic Sports. THESE EVENTS will TAKE PLACE, as usual, WHIT TUESDAY. H. P. HARRISON, Hon. Sec. TIT"

ANTED, ONE or TWO ACRES of GOOD GARDEN m GROUND, within three miles of town. Price and condrtions.-Write. 1.969. " Northampton Mercury *' and " Daily Reporter ' Offices. Parade Northampton. ' TO LET. THE WAVERLEY TEMPERANCE HOTEL, No. 4, Ladies-lane. Pan of the Furniture and Fit
April 18, 1902 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
THREE KINGDOMS FOR TWO LEGS.

THREE KINGDOMS FOR TWO LEGS.

A dying King of England once begged his physician tall him plainly what thought of his case. "Well, truly," said the physician, "I would not have your Majesty's two legs for your Majesty's three kingdoms." " But I would gladly give three kingdoms for your two legs,"replied the K
April 18, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FOTHERINGHAY CASTLE RELIC. To the Editor of the Mercury. Sir,—All that remains the historic Castle so tragically associated with the

FOTHERINGHAY CASTLE RELIC. To the Editor of the Mercury. Sir,—All that remains the historic Castle so tragically associated with the

last days of the Queen of Scots, is one fairly large, but ehapelcss, piece dressed atone and concrete that rolled from the Castle Keep, which crowned the summit of the mound near by, when the Castle was dissolved, about !!»■'*). This considerably reduced year year, and, if not p
April 18, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England