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LONDON and PROVINCIAL.

LONDON and PROVINCIAL.

An orphanage at Boutnewydd, near Carnar- I? u ' , received donation of £10,000 from .Mr. Robert Davios, of Bridge. Liverpool adjourned Licensing Sessions iuesday, 20 licences in an insanitary area of city wero surrendered, and the rcuewal of seven others was refused. av< r consi
February 27, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
I-;:n i.:)V> land Designs in Flowers are • . i ... ... ijgtt. l'li'.o low. —I'ES- •»«.. . oils'. M

I-;:n i.:)V> land Designs in Flowers are • . i ... ... ijgtt. l'li'.o low. —I'ES- •»«.. . oils'. M

i»> for FI'XKRALS in 48 ) i,v i, ,|\, -u.\ ~tul • '<>~ Dyers itii'l Dry t, . r-, . i.iiK'otn. her mi, Louth; l.i. V I. 1:1' Cogent "t., Cambridge, <xc.
February 27, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Ti £tt. The GRANGE FARM, RYHALL. be LET, Lady-day - a. h. p. Arable 3 Pasture, including 2R. 31P. Meadow

Ti £tt. The GRANGE FARM, RYHALL. be LET, Lady-day - a. h. p. Arable 3 Pasture, including 2R. 31P. Meadow

91 .'J6. 2 .14 Suitable House and Buildings, two Cottages, a moderate rental. Apply to RICHARDSON and SON, Land Agents, Stamford. The KM. BULWICK. TO LET, Lady-day next— a. R. Arable .. • . 1"!2 -1 Feeding, Mcadcv.', and Pasture 3 A.3l* 1 -JH Ample Buildings. More Feeding and La
February 27, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ADJOURNED LICENSING SESSIONS AT GRANTHAM.

ADJOURNED LICENSING SESSIONS AT GRANTHAM.

STRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS ORDERED. The adjourned Licensing Sessions for the borough of Grantham were held yesterday (Friday) morning, before the Mayor (Win. Horasby, Esq.), S. L. Williamson, S. Bentley-Radd, A. G. Gamble, and W. Scoffield, Esqs. The Magistrates' Clerk explained tha
February 28, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GREAT GONERBY.

GREAT GONERBY.

The Pmmrnvx Methodist Chapbl bald their anui»er»ary day when two u»U«nt Mrmom were preached by the Rev. G. W. Turner, circuit minuter. Special antheiun. hymn*, dfco., were need, and the tinging reflected gnat credit oa Mr. J. W. BuUer'a training The congregation! wwa Urge, iitli
February 28, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
UNITED SOCIETY OF BOILERMAKERS'

UNITED SOCIETY OF BOILERMAKERS'

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER 'AND PRESENTATION AT GRANTHAM. A function of snnaual interest took place at the Spread Eagle Inn. Norton-street, Friday evening weak, when a complimentary dinner waa given in honour of Mr. Wm. liirkett, who for twenty-five years has faithfully served the loc
February 28, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
KINOULTON.

KINOULTON.

a^asa«£S^,-£S both bona and oranges, add hearty wore raisoa fnr Mr Pnat acknowledgment. —In the evening, VShMin the The thanks of the Committee M» dye *ho«B who M gea.rou.ly provided for »he .tall. The prooeeds were for the Piano Faoa. mkbial. Concert.—Very few the • , Croxton K
February 28, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Success of a Kestevkh Scholar. —In recent Cambridge University Junior Local Examination, Victor Davies (of the Stamford Grammar School), Bon

Success of a Kestevkh Scholar. —In recent Cambridge University Junior Local Examination, Victor Davies (of the Stamford Grammar School), Bon

of Mr. J. J. Davies, Bourne Board Schools), has secured a First Class Honours, Firat Division with distinction, Latin, French, English, Matfcctnatics, Geography, and Shorthand. Temperance Work.—Under the auspices of the Bourne and District Free Church Council, a u temperance eve
February 28, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
WESLEYAN SCHOOLS AND THE NEW EDUCATION ACT.

WESLEYAN SCHOOLS AND THE NEW EDUCATION ACT.

BOARD OF EDUCATION SANCTIONS BOTH SCHEMES. The resolutions with respect the appointment of .foundation managers for Wesley Day Schools, adopted by the United Committees, were forwarded to the Board of Education, and Dr. Waller, the Secretary of the Wesley Education Committee, ha
February 28, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
SALE OF THE KING'S SHORTHORNS.

SALE OF THE KING'S SHORTHORNS.

800 GUINEAS FOR A BULL. There was a large and thoroughly representative attendance breeders from all part* of the country and abroad at the Royal Farm, Windsor, on Thursday afternoon, when Mr. John Thornton sold by auction sixty-eiffht head of pure-bred shorthorn cattle, the pro
February 28, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England