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SPITTLEGATE (GRANTHAM) POLICE.

SPITTLEGATE (GRANTHAM) POLICE.

Saturday.—-Before Col. Q. J. B. Parker (in the chair), Major Longstaffe, Mr. M. G. Thorold, and Cap). J. G. -George Miles alias Johnson, labourer, 3, Crank-court, Nottingham, Richard Whitchurch, labourer, Walter-street, Sneinton, and John Chamberlain, labourer, Beeston, were sum
October 24, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOTTLED ALES AND STOUT, IN SCREW-STOPPERED BOTTLES, FSB /AJ IMPERIAL DOZEN I PINTS ALL ORDERS OF ONE DOZEN AND UPWARD®

BOTTLED ALES AND STOUT, IN SCREW-STOPPERED BOTTLES, FSB /AJ IMPERIAL DOZEN I PINTS ALL ORDERS OF ONE DOZEN AND UPWARD®

DELTVEKED FREE IN STAMFORD AND HUNTINGDON. QUANTITIES OF THREE DOZEN AND UPWARDS TREE BY THE COMPANY'S TANS WITHIN A RADIUS OF MILES. LOWE, SON, AND BREWERS & WINE MERCHANTS, STAMFORD & HUNTINGDON. J. S. LOWETH. IMPORTER OF WINES AND SPIRITS, HIGH-STREET, STAMFORD. AGENT FOR STA
October 24, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Ruction. ■>■•< : GEORGE VICKEE3 & SON '. (Tate Richard Ball and Vickere), AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ESTATE AGENTS, and SHARE BROKERS,

Ruction. ■>■•< : GEORGE VICKEE3 & SON '. (Tate Richard Ball and Vickere), AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ESTATE AGENTS, and SHARE BROKERS,

Offer the best facilities to both PURCHASER!) and SELLERS of SHARES, both PRIVATELY and by PUBLIC AUCTION. Tfiey have (sorreapondefite lfi London, M&OCheittfr, Sheffield, Nottingham, and other Centres. SHARK. HOTS, mMHM crerf can be inspected the Entrance their Offices, Bank-str
October 24, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Jlitction. SPRTNO^AITEJriuuTvALUATIONS. 1903. WBfiß. T. B. RICHARDSON and SON will 111 b« pleased to receive inetructione for BPRINO SALES and

Jlitction. SPRTNO^AITEJriuuTvALUATIONS. 1903. WBfiß. T. B. RICHARDSON and SON will 111 b« pleased to receive inetructione for BPRINO SALES and

VALUATIONS, ao MM* suitable artyigementa made. Lincoln fat and stork stock auction every Tuesday and Friday. T. B. RICHARDSON and SON, J)ld Corn-exchange, Lincoln. Auctioneers. CATTLE MARKET, LINCOLN. ANNUAL SALE of MADE-UP and other TIMBER. MKBBRB. T. RICHARDSON emd SON, instru
October 24, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FROM SAVING COMES HAVIKG. IN BUYING rjpOWER fJIEA Yon effect real •' saving" because yoa are " kMk>i Tea that

FROM SAVING COMES HAVIKG. IN BUYING rjpOWER fJIEA Yon effect real •' saving" because yoa are " kMk>i Tea that

to ■ DAILY TREAT mater price than common tea*. Tbectfcflfi BEST everything. aad ONLY ONE, aad wetjjZS MMrt that In point FLAVOUR, STRENGTH. ECONOMY. AND VALUE FOR MONEY. rpOWER is Indisputably the ONE BEST atrial. aim taken lw than SIX HIGHEST A W &BDS open competition. Bat THE
October 24, 1902 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SOUTHWELL DIOCESAN CONFERENCE.

SOUTHWELL DIOCESAN CONFERENCE.

THE EDUCATION QUESTION. The Lord Bishop Southwell (Dr. Ridding) presided at the Southweil DSooesan Conference held Tuesday, at Nottingham. The Bishop ot Derby and Bishop Hamilton were among those present. In his opening address, the Bibbop said the Education Bill was not a Cburo
October 25, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
DEVONPORT ELECTION

DEVONPORT ELECTION

UNIONIST VICTORY. Polling took place Wednesday for tbe election a Member for the borough of Devouport, to fill the vacancy caused by the death Mr. J. C. Morton, Liberal. The result was declared between ten and eleven o'clock ill the evening, as follows :— Mr. John (Unionist) 378
October 25, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWS FROM ABROAD.

NEWS FROM ABROAD.

Serious Rioting ha occurred Duukurk, vicing oat of strike dock labourer* 10 sympathy witb the of the coal misuj. At least two men were killed id obarge Martial la* been proclaimed. Fire at a School.—Pocbtekk Girls Burnt to Death.—A fatal lire lias a Girls' a village in Ruttua. T
October 25, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM AND DISTRICT LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION.

GRANTHAM AND DISTRICT LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION.

ANNUAL DINNER. Lust Monday evening, the Angel Hotel, the annual dinner was held under the anspioes the Grantham and District Licensed Victuallers' Association. Mr. J. Lewis presided with much geniality, and the vicechair was occupied by Mr. R. A. Bowgen. There were also present
October 25, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
DRY DODDINGTON.

DRY DODDINGTON.

Harvest Fsstival.—The harvest festival the pretty little Church of this parish was held on Thursday evening. The saored edifice was comfortably filled, a large number being present from the surrounding villages. Upon entering the Church one could not help being struck with the h
October 25, 1902 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England