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SOUTH LUFFENHAM.

SOUTH LUFFENHAM.

Reading-boom and Working-men's Club.—The Committee decided, a meeting held Saturday night, to open the Club on Tuesday nights, instead of Friday; and is also intended to close the Room Easter for the summer, to be re-opened about October. Mr. F. W. Fowler was thanked for present
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
KESTEVEN STANDING JOINT COMMITTEE.

KESTEVEN STANDING JOINT COMMITTEE.

QUARTERLY MEETING GRANTHAM. A quarterly meeting of the Kestevon Standing Joint Committee was held at tho Spittlegate Police-station on Wedneaday morning last. Sir John H. Thorold, Bart., presided, and there were also preaent:—Sir Hugh A. H. Cholmeley, Bart., Major Longstaffe, Me
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOURNE.

BOURNE.

SEND your Almanacks and other Pictures be FRAMED to J. H. Bemvz, Picture Framer and jMonnt Cutter, South Street, Bourne. MB- RACK, Organist of Grantham Parish Church, will RES UME TEACHING Bourne on Saturday, January 23kd. Bourne Market, Thursday, wheat realised 128s. to 29g. pe
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOURNE PETTY SESSIONS.

BOURNE PETTY SESSIONS.

(Before Smith Esq. (chairman), G. W. Johnson, Esq., and Dr. Benson.) who was charged at the last Court with using obscene language Baston, December 6th, appeared for sentence. —The magistrates said they had come to the conclusion that the girl was the worst of the whole lot who
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MARKET DEEPING.

MARKET DEEPING.

Conflagration.—A lire occurred upon the premises of Mr. L. Creascy, " Wensor Castle Farm," on Thursday evening, Jan. 7th,* soon after 7.30. The Market Deeping and Deeping St. James Brigades were sent for, but the messenger failed to summon the Market Deeping Brigade, who, having
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BLOOD PURIFYING.

BLOOD PURIFYING.

Nature's Purifier.— Pbpper's Skin Pearls are quite small, perfectly tasteless, Purity the Blood, cleanso from all Humours, cure Skin Diseases, improve the Health. Pepper's Sulphur Pearls in Shilling Bottles everywaera, or stamps from Bedford Laboratory. London, 8.8.
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
SEVERE FIGHTING IN SOMALILAND.

SEVERE FIGHTING IN SOMALILAND.

—♦ DEFEAT OF THE ENEMY. ONE THOUSAND KILLED. General Egerton, commanding the British Forces in Somaliland, in a telegram to the Secretary of State for War, despatched from Jidballi, on Monday, says he proceeded on Monday morning to that place with a force consisting of two thous
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MESSRS. JOHN HALL & SON Have pleasure in announcing to collectors of " Goss" Heraldic Porcelain that they have now

MESSRS. JOHN HALL & SON Have pleasure in announcing to collectors of " Goss" Heraldic Porcelain that they have now

received a Consignment of thai Ware from the Makers. It includes the Prettiest and most Famous Modela and those engaged in this fashionable pursuit will fin a Pleasing Selection at the Ma rket Place China Rooms, Orders per Post will receive immediate attention* and should be add
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOARDERS wanted : comfortabftf home. —Apply, 20, Avenue Road, Grantham. ANTED, Two - SINGLE MEN, to live witf family.—Apply, *

BOARDERS wanted : comfortabftf home. —Apply, 20, Avenue Road, Grantham. ANTED, Two - SINGLE MEN, to live witf family.—Apply, *

C.," Journal Offices. ANTED, Single GKNTLEMAN, to share Sitting-room and Boa/»? with another. Closo to Hornsby's and Station.—AdSress, Journal Officfts„ WfLNTED, in Grantham, by a and Gentleman, WELL-FURNISHED SITTING and BEDROOM, with Bath-room. Good cooking and attendance esse
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE JOURNAL. GRANTHAM, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16., 1904. 33trti)s, fttarriagcs, MARRIAGES. Pick—Blttle.—At Lenton, oa the 7tb instl, Emily Gertrude, eldest daughter

THE JOURNAL. GRANTHAM, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16., 1904. 33trti)s, fttarriagcs, MARRIAGES. Pick—Blttle.—At Lenton, oa the 7tb instl, Emily Gertrude, eldest daughter

of Austin Pick, Ernest H. Bettle, yoangei* son of Jas. Bettle, of liONQ—Todd.—At the Registrar's Office, on the 2nd inst., Mr. Fredk. Long to Eliza Ann Todd, both of Spittlegate. Arches. At St. John Church, the inst. (by the Rev. C. Elsmere, Vicar), Mr'. Joseph Bacon to Mrs. Luc
January 16, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England