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RAPE or COLESEED. 1901 growtb, 7a. <d. bnabsL-H. OaudweU. Boston. 5 Aom of GRASS for Mowing, to oft— Apply Q.

RAPE or COLESEED. 1901 growtb, 7a. <d. bnabsL-H. OaudweU. Boston. 5 Aom of GRASS for Mowing, to oft— Apply Q.

Klrby, Barrowden, Stsmford. be SOLD, 8 Acres of Meadow GRASS.— Bashby, Spilsby. F)R SALE. Bey FILLY, three Teen. Eligible tor H.S.B.—J. W. Davy. Great Carlton. Looth. TjiOß SALE. Brown MARE, aged ;good worker and quiet-Apply H. Hundleby, Butterwlch, Boston. TOOR SALE, strong Bla
July 11, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

The last of the Royal Agricultural Society s shows that will be held the itinerary principle was at Carlisle on Monday. Generally opeaking the entries of live stock showed increase. Amongst the implements was one for harvesting potatoes. This machine guaranteed to dig, gather, a
July 11, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
QUARTER SESSIONS.

QUARTER SESSIONS.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. Thursday.—Before Col. G. M.P.. Chairman, and other Tie eentaiacd the nunc* prieonera charged with off*###*. . After the Jury had actarod to «*?£der j hill*, the motion the evaded hy Sir the Court -aym- thy with the Kiag Qceea the Ida i the consequent po.'*!****
July 11, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
WYMONDHAM.

WYMONDHAM.

Parish Cnvstca.—On Sunday last, being Feast Sanday, there was a celebration of Holy Communion 8 a.m., and also the olose morning prayer. The usual children's flower took place the afternoon, and was well attended: it proved, as on former oocasions, a very bright and attractive s
July 12, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
DISASTROUS FIRE AT A TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.

DISASTROUS FIRE AT A TELEPHONE EXCHANGE.

DISASTROUS FIRE A TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. destructive Ore discovered ill the teltiag-roam of the National Telephone Company's Exchange London Wall, Wednesday night, about eight o'olock. Fortunately, the large number of operators, chiefly girls, who were employed the Exchange daring t
July 12, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
The First Run in connection with the Grantham Harriers Club took place on Thursday evening la6t. A short spin only

The First Run in connection with the Grantham Harriers Club took place on Thursday evening la6t. A short spin only

was undertaken for the opening, the route being to Bel ton, by way of the fields, and back by Manthorpe. The next run fixed for Tuesday evening. Flower Services.—The annual flower services were held Sundav last, the Methodist Free Churoh, when exoellent sermons, morning and even
July 12, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
DEPARTURE OF THE LINCOLN RESERVISTS FROM SOUTH AFRICA.

DEPARTURE OF THE LINCOLN RESERVISTS FROM SOUTH AFRICA.

The Barberton correspondent ol the Daily telegraphing Wednesday, says The refugee camp here is slowly dissolving. Over half the inmates have gone to farms other camps. The military to day handed oyer fifty waggons and eight hundred oxen for the transport of families, bnt the rep
July 12, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MARKET OVERTON

MARKET OVERTON

Poems a Local Writer.—Mr. Elliot Stock, 62, Paternoster-row, London, just published, priee 2s. 6cL, neat cloth-bound volume verse, entitl.-J Echoes of Everyday Life. The authoress is Mr*. Gertrude E. Munton, this village, and her reuse sings very sweetly. Many of the subjeots of
July 12, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
VILLAGE EDUCATION.

VILLAGE EDUCATION.

The dense ignorance of country children regards the objects supposed be familiar them was curiously exemplified in a visit paid few days ago a village School. " What is the difference between a Shropshire sheep and a Southdown?" asked one of the visitors, who was a practical far
July 12, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE QUEEN'S TEA TO SERVANTS.

THE QUEEN'S TEA TO SERVANTS.

novel scene was witnessed Monday eveniug the large Hall of the Northern Polytechnic in the Holloway-road, London. As many as five hundred young servant girls sat down to tea as guests of the Queen. They all looked very neat their white caps and aprons. The girls were selected by
July 12, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England