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LOCAL CRICKET FIXTURES.

LOCAL CRICKET FIXTURES.

JI N E. 21). -Skegness i. Commercials, at Skegness. v. Masters of Cp)>in<:hani. 2i). Lincoln Liinluui r. llranston, Lincoln. 'J». - Lincoln v. M. Ainlrews. 20.—Lincoln Constitutional >t. Bot'lphs. 2>i.—Lincoln Constitutional v. U'ashing borunph 21). Barton, .it Brigz. ill. Louit
June 19, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE ASSASINATION OF THE KING & QUEEN OF SERVIA.

THE ASSASINATION OF THE KING & QUEEN OF SERVIA.

publubed in last week's issue that i not those tragedies which have aisfigured the history of IServia had occurred was confirmed by later telegrams. In 1817 Kara Prince of the modern State, tell by the hand of an assassin; in 1862 Prince Michael, third of the Obrenovitch line, w
June 19, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MR. CHAPLIN at SLEAFORD.

MR. CHAPLIN at SLEAFORD.

The Repeal of the Cots Tax. At the Sletford Corn Exchange on Monday' afternoon the Right Hon. Henry Chaplin, M P., addressed a meeting of his constituent! upon the political situation and the repeal of the corn tax. The occasion was the annual meeting of the Sleaford Conservativ
June 19, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
total amount of funds of the Kci'.nr. I'll' !,.!.v S.H'irty at the olid of the last working .vim[• was £005

total amount of funds of the Kci'.nr. I'll' !,.!.v S.H'irty at the olid of the last working .vim[• was £005

l s. 6Ad.. after deduct M.g : i i'!isw There was deficit of £< 11-. cu- «>!i ii.c vt-ar's working. dinner an.l wero hold at ♦ h."' Niirlland ilot«l I ue-dav to conclude a handicap. in tho of which Mr. tied Nun •at ,»lr. .1. by 20 points. About twenty sat ciown to excellent dinne
June 19, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Latest Intelligence.

Latest Intelligence.

FATAL EXPLOSION AT WOOL WICH ARSENAL. Lo.n 11 An explosion of lyddite occurred in the danger building of the Royal Laboratory, Woolwich Arsenal, this morning. The sho«-.; was distinctly felt in the locality. One ieix>ri. states that two were lulled and several others severely in
June 19, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES.

A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES.

Itching, Blind, Bleedine, or Protruding. AllChnmi*u imuthoriicd tbe Manufacturer* of PaxoPile Ointment to refund the money whrrait fails to car* any cm* of Piles, no matter how long stand inc. Carte ordinary caw six days. On* application and rMt, Tbia ia a new discovery, and ia
June 19, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
??? POLICE.

??? POLICE.

0 r\v Canon Wright (in the d ( * fv, Bart., and the l'r*ham■ iicwiand. gont:r.nan H^rir; the 3rd June, was m Mr. W. Clithcrow. defend, not being HMrthflrn-bill. was B 6d. fM bein » dru,lk an labourer, Lanston-by-Horn■ ,' d costs is. 6d. tor riding B merchant, Billinghay, H witho
June 19, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE FAMILY FRIEND WATSON'S family PILLS, For TOOTHACHE INDIGESTION-; and compui^. Of Jill hemisti And v«tu. «. 7i«1.. 1:41. J

THE FAMILY FRIEND WATSON'S family PILLS, For TOOTHACHE INDIGESTION-; and compui^. Of Jill hemisti And v«tu. «. 7i«1.. 1:41. J

ropnetur, post fttt. on HORACE WATSON, Laceby Pill Factor cleethorpes. CA UTlOA*.—A»k~tu7~ WATSON'S FAMILY PILLS. BILE, WIND, INDIGESTION DR. KING'S dandelion 1532 LIVER PILLS positively cure lleaihilif, Furr*.l Ti.«j». Sirb«» liuMiness, Loss Apprtit*. Uevthiini,Mh., l On«tip4ti
June 19, 1903 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
GREAT GONERBY.

GREAT GONERBY.

Methodist Chapel.—The School anniversary was celebrated on Sanday last, when two mons were preached by the Rev. G. W. Turner, intendent minister. In tbe afternoon, children service was held, when special singing and recitation* were given by the scholars, assisted by the choir.
June 20, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWARK.

NEWARK.

Newark Rifle Club.—On Saturday afternoon, the range of the Newark Rifle Club was opened by Mrs. F. J. Brown, wife of Dr. Brown, the president of the Club. The range is situate at one corner of the Town Football Ground. The stop butt is 18ft. wide and 14ft. high. The front is bui
June 20, 1903 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England