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WORRIED BY DEBT.

WORRIED BY DEBT.

WORRIED DEBT. An inquest was held at Hereford, on the body of Frederick Warrall (30), head-waiter at the City Restaurant, Birmingham, who was found in a goods train at Hereford, with his legs and arms fractured. It appeared from the evidence that before disappearing he told his e
August 27, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
A CHILD REARED IN A CAGE.

A CHILD REARED IN A CAGE.

A remarkable story, says the Vienna correspondent of the Standard, comes Hungary. official named Berg, living near Buda-Pesth, is bringing his son, who is now three years old, a cage, which in summer stands in the courtyard and winter indoors. It has a sanded floor, and is provi
August 27, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
A HORRIBLE CRIME.

A HORRIBLE CRIME.

CHILD BURNT TO DEATH." Dr. F. W. Spurgin, police surgeon, stated, at all inquest at Marylebone on Monday, on the body of newly-born male child which was found Saturday wrapped in a brown paper parcel on the Metropolitan Railway, between Baker-street and Edgwareroad, that in his
August 27, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
AN IMPRISONED WIFE.

AN IMPRISONED WIFE.

EXTRAORDINARY STORY. A startling story was told the Bromlay Policecourt, on Monday morning, when Otto Dover, jewellers' assistant, was summoned by his wife for persistent cruelty. The wife was married without the knowledge of her people, after coming into £1,000 under her father
August 27, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
woman named Bessie died on Thursday, Arless, Queen's County, at the age of one hundred and four. Although teetotaller all

woman named Bessie died on Thursday, Arless, Queen's County, at the age of one hundred and four. Although teetotaller all

her life, she was an inveterate smoker. She was early riser, and gentleman who knew her declares that she was always "up with the sun." She leaves a son, who m his eightieth year. Mrs. Lawler was in receipt of small outdoor relief pittance, and lived alone in the humbte cabin wh
August 27, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE AUTO-CYCLE TRIALS.

THE AUTO-CYCLE TRIALS.

RESULT OF THE 1,000 MILES TOUR. The Auto-Cycle Club's 1,000 miles tour which began on Monday last, ended Sa/tarday, twenty-two machines taking part in the final run from Oxford to London. A special climbing test was made on the long hill up to Savernake Forest, and brake tests t
August 27, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
CROXTON KERRIAL. Obi

CROXTON KERRIAL. Obi

tuary.—Early on Sunday morning last, thera passed awav, after a comparatively short illness, Catherine Hinde, the widow of the late William Henry Hinde, farmer, of the above parish. Ever since tha death of her husband, some six years ago, tha deceased, with the aid of her son, Ha
August 27, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
At a meeting of the Governors of the Stamford Endowed Schools, on Tuesday, the Eev. E. V. Hodge, Rector of

At a meeting of the Governors of the Stamford Endowed Schools, on Tuesday, the Eev. E. V. Hodge, Rector of

Normanton, and Rural Dean of Rutland (2nd portion) was elected co-optative governor in the room of the Rev. M. Barton, deceased. P.S.A.—Mr. G. Tnrner, of Peterborough, gave the address on Sunday afternoon last, his subject being " Pleasure." Mr. A. W. Barnett contributed song, "
August 6, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
WOOLSTHORPE-BY-BELVOIR.

WOOLSTHORPE-BY-BELVOIR.

Trip.—On Friday week, the elder scholars of the Day School, accompanied their teachers and friends, journeyed to Skegness for their annual onting, which is provided for the proceeds of the children's entertainment. The day was fine, and a most enjoyable time was spent. The Recto
August 6, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
WORK THAT KILLS.

WORK THAT KILLS.

♦ jPR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS A SAFEGUARD AGAINST CHEST COMPLAINTS. " It needs an iron constitution to stand the work of Sheffield grinder," said Mr. H. Croydon, of 54,';9 | bepherd-street, Sheffield, " and my work is about the hardest of its kind A year ago I began to suffer with
August 6, 1904 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England