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PEACE.

PEACE.

TERMS SURRENDER SIGNED. The conclusion of peaoo was definitely known all the War-office in the early hoars of Sunday morning. The intelligence was at once despatched to the King and other members of the Royal Family and to those Ministers who were oat of town. The first public a
June 6, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MARRIAGE OF LADY MARGARET WILLOUGHBY.

MARRIAGE OF LADY MARGARET WILLOUGHBY.

MARRIAGE LADY MARGARET WILLOUGHBY. There was large and distinguished congregation St. Michael's Church, Cheater-square, London, S.W., on Thursday afternoon, to witness the marriage of Mr. M. Rutherford, second son of the late Mr. John Rutherford and Mrs. Rutherford, 9, Cbesham-st
June 7, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOTTESFORD.

BOTTESFORD.

The Gaiuxbn Fete and Fancy Fair, in aid of the funds of the Bottesford National Schools, due to take place on Thursday and Friday in the ooming week. The opening ceremony is to performed Thursday, at 2.30 p.m., by Mrs. George Drummond, of Swaylands, and on Friday by E. N. Elborn
June 7, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
A WOMAN IN KHAKI

A WOMAN IN KHAKI

At Marylebone, on Wednesday, Alice Smith was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Kilburn, and with wearing military uniform. police-con3table said that about a quarter to one on Tuesday afternoon he saw the prisoner drunk and creating a disturbance. She was wearing a khak
June 7, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
LORD KITCHENER AND INDIA.

LORD KITCHENER AND INDIA.

THE COMMANDS IN SOUTH AFRICA. Lord Kitchener will not return for the Coronation, It if expected that he will arrive in England few weeks hence, and will almost immediately proceed India take over the command. The intentiou of the Government is to divide the commands in South Afr
June 7, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE HOIKS' GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP.

THE HOIKS' GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP.

The Ladies Cap, after brief attv-fll twelve months on the English side Bt. George'# Channel, returns the keeping of the Emerald Isle. Miss May Hezlet, yesterday week, Deal, repeating the splendid victory she achieved when first aha woa for Ireland the houour, three years ago, at
June 7, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE COST OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION.

THE COST OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION.

It has now practically been settled that part the cost of Elementary Education will be met a Parliamentary grant. A3, however, these grants can be made only at the end of the financial year, and the arrangements for the present financial year have already been completed (says th
June 7, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sales i>» Auction. SIX 22-year-old BULLOCKS, the property of T. S. Peat sou-Gregory, Esq., will be included in the Grantham

Sales i>» Auction. SIX 22-year-old BULLOCKS, the property of T. S. Peat sou-Gregory, Esq., will be included in the Grantham

Stock Sale Monday Next, June 9th. Thirty good fat beast win sold in the Grantham Stock Sale, on Monday next, Jane 9th, 1902. SEEDS AND GRASS FOR MOWING. ESCRITT B ARRELL will shortly offer for SALE by AUCTION about 160 Acres, at Hougham Glebe Farm. B E LTON PARK, GRANTHAM. To be
June 7, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
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.-4SoN, Durham-street. Chureh-b..nk. ifoo l l . Churcn-bauk. F4RAI. ottiairat' • Norzug..te. P rtlt&R,CtrlTC Istste. District u. stru SteCktOn• ▪ .4 V; IS ‘, •W. R. SMITH AND SON. Castle Eden. RICHARDS. Ll:gb•aUett, Weis Cornforth. H. BOOTH. Wingate. 35, North Plantation, Tritad
June 6, 1902 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
And teur Toper Soared.

And teur Toper Soared.

A lectarer, well known in • large northwester town, is a street temperance advocate, and does all he can to keep those whom he meets la the right way. In season and out be ie ready Is urge the claims of the teetotal movement. The other day, be was going along ono of the streets
June 6, 1902 - Weekly Journal (Hartlepool) - Hartlepool, Durham, England