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WALTHAM.

WALTHAM.

Wbst.etan Avrcoal Pichic.—''Phi* annual picnic took place on Monday the rendezvous again being Hwlijr Hills. The parly sixty were conveyed in Mr. liurgin's van and Mr. Cooper's a ray, horses for which were lent Mrs. Lord and Mr. Burgio, aud in J. Wilford's Doubleday's traps. The
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
EXTRACTS FROM "PUNCH."

EXTRACTS FROM "PUNCH."

Candidate for -xjrne (who has been told his H, 'i"" the Examiners): "Thank yon myself immensely ! V . " Turning out the pip», are yon Well, tut* out no pigv. fat® 'em quick in the d *;i s time." Old Pig-keeper: - Law bless ye, ' ot's tonne a pig '*' -Yu / '*'• words, thing wot s
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

The King and Queen held Buckingham Palace, on Friday night week, the first State ball tho season, and entertained a largo and brilliant company, fully 1,700 attending the functiou. Beside their Majesties and Princess Victoria, ther* were present the Prince and Princes* Wale*, th
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Independence Day" celebrated on Monday by the American Bociety in London by banquet at the Hotel Cecil, at which many

Independence Day" celebrated on Monday by the American Bociety in London by banquet at the Hotel Cecil, at which many

Americana and Kngliehmen were pieeent. While retnrning by excursion train from Littlehampton to London, on Monday night, a carriage door suddenly flew open, and two boys, Arthnr Wood (14), and Frank Holmqnist (12), fell out. Both fractured skulls, and were removed to Horsham Hoe
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BARROWBY.

BARROWBY.

Rope Treat.—Birrowby Bend '.held tiirir trent on Monday, when abont member* eat down tea Mr. Tinkler' 6 •meadow, which had kindly lent for pwrpoao. After /tea, a very enjoyable evening wa'n spent in various armis9mefU*4Among*t which were dmboloand skipping contents. There was al
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
?? KENING OF CALCUTTA JUTE MARKET

?? KENING OF CALCUTTA JUTE MARKET

a deterring efeect. . °STEIBUTED to the courier.) ki • . Dundee, 1 riday. from Calcutta that , had been sown, our raw ere developed strengthenfor higher prices cabled from crop effected increase in "lore cro P spot. Buyers be- V ollOerne d' and freely offered the previously prep
July 10, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

GLASGOW FRUIT, Friday.—Scotch strawberries, 2d per lb.; Southampton strawberries, Is to per chip; Wisbech strawberries, Is per chip: Scotch tomatoes. 4d to 4V.*l per lb.; English and Guernsey tomatoes, 3d to" per lb.; French apricote, 5s 5s 6d per half-bushel; English and Scotch
July 10, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ST ANDREWS.

ST ANDREWS.

Yesterday was Speech Day at St Leonard's School for Girls. The amount drawn at the sale of work on Thursday in connection with the St Andrews and St Leonardo Parish Churches was:— For St Andrews stalls, £356; and for St Leonard's stalls, £120.
July 10, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OUTLOOK IN PERSIA.

OUTLOOK IN PERSIA.

OUTLOOK IN SIA. Although official Teheran have been received fl V> Office to-day, there is a o6l the outlook less pessimistically- The rapid advance of the ' :< has clearly rendered great cause of peace by moderating nC iar o exorbitant demands. The f appears favourable for the e
July 10, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WELCOME RAIN IN CANADA.

WELCOME RAIN IN CANADA.

This week's report from / ' is a very gratifying :in rains have further tender! conditions. —To-Day's
July 10, 1909 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland