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COTGRAVE

COTGRAVE

. Flowkr Show.—The thirty-first exhibition the Cotgrave Horticultural Association, beld on Thursday, in Miss Picken's field, proved most successful. Tne entries were more numerous than before, and, considering the year, the exhibit* were remarkably good. The bright weather of th
July 31, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOURNE PETTY SESSIONS,

BOURNE PETTY SESSIONS,

Thursday. (Before E. Smith (chairman), R. A. Gardner, J. Griffith-Dearden, E. Welby, J. Rawlinson, W. R. Wherry, H. Peacock, and A. W. Dean, Eaqs., and Major Pinder.) Thomas Rhodes, Thurlby, was summoned for common assault, at Thurlby, on July 16th.—Mr. E. Nelson appeared for th
July 31, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM'S OPPORTUNITY.

GRANTHAM'S OPPORTUNITY.

following frank, outspoken statement by Grantham mail gives Grantham an opportunity of paining information which will be beneficial many here:— This week is Mr. John Ellis, 1, William-street, Grantham, whom have to thank for consenting to have published the statement he has made
July 31, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
A LITTLE "GOOD" FURNITURE GOES A LONG, LONG WAY. It is far wiser to with little and have that little

A LITTLE "GOOD" FURNITURE GOES A LONG, LONG WAY. It is far wiser to with little and have that little

good than to fill the house with inferior Furniture. In the former case, yon have at least something to show tor your money—something that will be worth showing in ten years' time, too. But the latter case you cannot possibly have pride in your possessions, and as you watch the
July 31, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MBS. WINSLOW'B SOOTHING For Children 50 years' reputation. the best remedy known For Children's nxnlatat the co*eia, Ajid (ire* M

MBS. WINSLOW'B SOOTHING For Children 50 years' reputation. the best remedy known For Children's nxnlatat the co*eia, Ajid (ire* M

to* child, AcJ rest to the mother. Bold by »U Chemists, Is. lid.bottle
July 31, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
OATS.8

OATS.8

OATS. Samples and quotations carriage paid to all parts world. H. & J. O. ELSEY, WnoLEiAUB Oit Mbbchant* and Expokteks, LINCOLN, England. AVENUE HOTEL, ' / E B tt • A V N V E , A IWr» ~ io|'j>o»ite tin- Trvva.W>rD) •i.'forbuln'd aol rt<d<v.eaTeJ». Mti-cdsnor, Light. jrH Bnakfwf.
July 31, 1909 - The Sportsman - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL TRAINS TO ESEEB

SPECIAL TRAINS TO ESEEB

From WATSBLOO (North station) aadsr j Ist, Sad, and 3rd Clast From about 9.30 a.m. until 12.50 p.m. Ist Class only and Members' Trains At 11.30. 11.45, 11.53 a.m. and 12.5 p.m. Other Special Trains (All ClastM) as onder: From Vaoxhall 10.20. 10.56. 11.30, and 1155a.r0.i ENSINGTO
July 31, 1909 - The Sportsman - London, London, England
 
SSDOKD D*t.

SSDOKD D*t.

The DURHAM RBI.UINO HANDICAP 260 sor»; the second receive *ots and the third out of the plate; the winner to sold auction for rov«; for three year olds and upwards: entrance 3 sors onfy. About one mile and fire furlong*, start opposite the Stand. The at entry! NURSERY HANDICAP 1
July 31, 1909 - The Sportsman - London, London, England
 
THIRD MATCH—▼. N*W BECKENHAM. TNT«d on Jaly 28, and won by the homo tena. Poorr:

THIRD MATCH—▼. N*W BECKENHAM. TNT«d on Jaly 28, and won by the homo tena. Poorr:

THIRD MATCH—▼. N*W BECKENHAM. Jaly 28, and won by the homo tena. Poorr: 4. A. P<'»rthrr. Wil- P. V. Wttean. b H«»b 30 C. P. D»rle>. 20 H.C. Whihng.c Da>vi«a, b Harri Mm— 0 H. Ltrington. WiHon, b ! A. L. Ora;, b H«rrwcn I Hoinh. Ralph 22 K. Darin*, b C. E. Wilson, ran out.. T. Har
July 31, 1909 - The Sportsman - London, London, England