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Himbod's for Asthma.—Established over quarter of century. Prescribed bv the Medical Faculty throughout the world. It. Is used inhalation, and

Himbod's for Asthma.—Established over quarter of century. Prescribed bv the Medical Faculty throughout the world. It. Is used inhalation, and

without any after hart effects. Testimonials of from the late Lord Beaconsfleld. Miss Emily Kailhfull, sir Morretl Mackenzie, Oliver Wendell Holmes. Trial sample free bv post. In tins at 4s. 3d. British Depot, 4'., Hoiborn Viaduct, London also of Newbery Barclay, haniter, Howard
April 21, 1905 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
PETERBOROUGH BANKRUPTCY COURT.

PETERBOROUGH BANKRUPTCY COURT.

Friday— Before the Registrar, Mr. H. Cecil Gaeta*». Wii. of Manea, root merchant, was publicly examined for the third time. gave his liabilities as £458 os. 7d., assets 13s. 6d., deficiency 7s. Id. Losses purchase and sale of roots * were given the cause of failure.—The Official
April 21, 1905 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
GAINSBOROUGH POLICE.

GAINSBOROUGH POLICE.

Tuesday.—Before Messrs. E. Pearson and S. K<!s;v- commencing the ordinary ol toe Court the Chairman said understood that it was Wilkinson's first appearance the court as . 'ii-friutendent. and they welcomed him. "ce part with Supt. Edglcy. who had linen chief the division tor ma
April 21, 1905 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Drakes-Doughty.—At by the Rev.H.Giblin, M.A., Joseph H. V. Drakes, gram'.son the Cold Hanworth, to Ellen V. Doughty, niece Doughty, ,

Drakes-Doughty.—At by the Rev.H.Giblin, M.A., Joseph H. V. Drakes, gram'.son the Cold Hanworth, to Ellen V. Doughty, niece Doughty, ,

Harris-March.—At Kettleby, on the 11th, by the Rev. W. Hughes Vicar, John want eldest son Mr. Charles Edward Harris, of Waite House, Hale Magna Fen, Elsie youngest daughter George Mswh, Esq., House, Melton Mowbray. Thompson-Casswell —At Bradford, the 15th April, William Stanton
April 21, 1905 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
DRINK AND SUICIDE.

DRINK AND SUICIDE.

A SAD GRANTHAM STORY. As briefly reported iu our la3t i&sue, Emma fcfapletoft, aged 40, wife of Joseph Mapletoft, B, Victoria-street, died yesterday (Friday) week, as result drinking poison on the previous day. Mr. H. Malim, borough coroner, inquest the body, the Guildhall, Gran
April 15, 1905 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
John Uobin, aged 27, a shipyard worker, Jate on Tuesday night made a bet with some friends=that he could jump

John Uobin, aged 27, a shipyard worker, Jate on Tuesday night made a bet with some friends=that he could jump

over Glasgow Bridge and swim to Clydebank. He leaped into the water and was immediately drowned. The body was recovered on Wednesday morning. At Colchester, on Wednesday, coroner's juryreturned a verdict u Manslaughter " against Private Anderson, the Scottish Borderers, in conne
April 15, 1905 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THURLBY.

THURLBY.

Stamford Infirmary.— l This being the honae-tobousc collection week in aid of the above institution, the members 44 Stability" Lodge arranged for evening's entertainment in support the fund by Ex- Councillor St. Kilda, Molbourne, Australia ,on Thursday evening lost. The chair wa
April 15, 1905 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
DEEPING ST. JAMES.

DEEPING ST. JAMES.

Mb. Mf.dcaUf let the roadside hcrbago by on Wednesday evening, at the Cross School-room.
April 15, 1905 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
A DAUGHTER'S DEVOTION

A DAUGHTER'S DEVOTION

At an Inquest in London, on Tuesday, ou Henry Ralph (62). potman, his daughter (a widow) said he had been ill for a long time, but he refused to sea a doctor. He had been ont of work for twelve months, and she had kept him for the last seven. Witness said she earned a week chari
April 15, 1905 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
HUNTING NOTES.

HUNTING NOTES.

Tim SMOKE. The fixture*t Wardley Wood, Friday, April 7th, was associated with a very fine ran at close tho ■ afternoon. Honnds found first in Wardley Wood, but the decided it was a vixen, and left her. Ays ton Spinney was blank, as were also several patches of gorse near Ridling
April 15, 1905 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England