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WHISSENDINE.

WHISSENDINE.

Mr. Eady's Allothdn«.—Tho prizes offered Mr. Eady for best-cnltivated allotments, wore awarded last week, to the following John Fox, 2H. Mrs. Hibbitt, T. Hayes.
August 22, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BORROWING A YACHT

BORROWING A YACHT

BORROWING YACHT ADVENTUROUS CRUISE OF TWO A strange story was Lold on Tuesday in the BarroW Police-court in connection with charge against a young man, n.imed Johnson, of stealing a yacht. It was stated that Johnson, who was out work, desirous of going in search of employment, co
August 22, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
LATEST MARKETS.

LATEST MARKETS.

LONDON, Friday.—Moderate attendance at Mark* lane this afternoon ; traffic wheat steady, bat not active. English rods, 334. to 33*. 6d.; Australians, 395. 6d. No. 1 Northern Manitoba, 41s. 6d., landed. Flour quiet ; Iron Dukes, sellers, 245. Gd., store. Maize tinner; Plate, 28s.
August 22, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOURNE.

BOURNE.

At Bourse Thursday, wheat was per quarter ;oats, tol7s. 6(1.; only wlntei barley offer, 265. 275. p. quarter ; old b- an<, h. 61. ; peas, 50s. to 58*. per quarter, i Provisions —Butter, 1.. Id. per lb. ; for j shilling. The and Objections to the voter®' lists liaue.l bv the Over
August 22, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
COLSTERWORTH.

COLSTERWORTH.

U.M. Chciich. —The jubilee services this Church were a Snuday last, when very able sermons Mr. H. Bneath, Thar!by. The fallowing financial result, which is highly satisfact(>rr :—Gross receistsi £06 5d.; total expenditure, 10b. 9d.; net &i. Bd. Besides clearing off the debt upon
August 22, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

Oldest WisiauK lUv. J. Martin, Dean How. died on SVedneaday, bi* birthday. wai» said to the oldest minister iu w.ui one the first nit.iaiouai'ies West Africa, and did valuable lighting the stave trad#* ana encouraging the Mtives to cotton and sugar. Ifs joined the ministry in Id
August 22, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
TERRIBLE COLLIERY DISASTER AT WIGAN.

TERRIBLE COLLIERY DISASTER AT WIGAN.

ORE LOSS LIFE. A teriible e»ploaiou. the vary the coalfisid, took the Maypole Colliery, naai violent wi» it that whole toe pit-bead gear blown ay, the h r « binding ropa and other accessories being and shaft practically blocked. lb* of explosion, seventy-si:; man wera below, and
August 22, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
At sale pure-bred Dexter cattls, bred the late Duke Devonshire, Eastbourne, Thursday, a cow a bull were bought behalf of

At sale pure-bred Dexter cattls, bred the late Duke Devonshire, Eastbourne, Thursday, a cow a bull were bought behalf of

the King and respectively. WHITEHEADS INDIA PALK ALB. Pints, per dozen. Half Fiat, 1/4 per desea. ana 44, ATE ATE, GRANTHAM.
August 22, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
SIX HILLS.

SIX HILLS.

The Farm in the occupation of Mr. adjoins Ragdale Wood, has recently been sold pri* vate treaty to Col. A. C. Cantrell-Hubbersty, of Lamcote, lladcliffa-on-Trent. Col. Hubbersty the owner the Rag dale Hall estate, which adjoins the property he has just acquired. Mr. Shafto H. bi
August 22, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

GRANTHAM BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

At tho Guildhall, on Monday. Major presided fortnightly mectiog of Grantham Board of Guardians. There were also present—Sir Charles G. B. Walby, Bart., C.8., the Rev. T H. Cluster. Messrs T S. Pearson-Gregory, Crahtree. T. Roberta, P. T. Hubbard, H A. Rosa, B. Beeson, A. Hutchin
August 1, 1908 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England