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GREAT PONTON.

GREAT PONTON.

Dacnk on' Licensed Premises. —At Spittlegate Policc-ptation, on Monday, before G. J. £. Parker and S-L. Williamson, Esqs., George Endersby. labourer, Wood-nook, and Mark Connaughton, Irish labourer, wera charged with being drunk Mid disorderly and refusing to quit the Blue Horse
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
the cake-nour that makes any cake. Try Cakeoma or.ee and will find a convenience is. saves haif the time when

the cake-nour that makes any cake. Try Cakeoma or.ee and will find a convenience is. saves haif the time when

rake-malting and it make* any cake. is a cake" flour containing the dry ingredients required in making any cake and many puduaigs, mixed and ready [or use. each sid. picket, f-'rom grocers and stores everywhere. LATHAM LTD., LIVERPOOL PUZZLES. A Booklet cnct«iilo| the C*ke«na *o
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
TEMPERANCE FETE AT RIPPINGALE.

TEMPERANCE FETE AT RIPPINGALE.

On Wednesday, tine weather, very successful garden fete wad held connection with the Rippin* gale Temperance and Church Guild. The financial object was the fund for the new organ, and large number of people were preseut, umoug.-*t whom noticed—Mrs. Dainty, Mtu. Hii*s. Mansfield
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

GRANTHAM CORN MARKET. WEEKLY AVERAGES. m 10 _ Wheat. Eirlbt. per atones. pet 32 econee Wliite | Rert. Grinding. Malting. June 19... 44 -to 44/6'43/-to 44/- tl/- 1 None. •Tune 26... 44/- to 44,6! «/- 44l- 27/- July 3... 45.'- to 45 - 45/- to 46 - 27/- I I oats. Beah«. per 24 Ston
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
The Propertt "Markf.t.—At Sale Rooms.'-Elmer House, Monday evening, Messrs. and Barrel 1 offered for sale* by auction freehold residence, known

The Propertt "Markf.t.—At Sale Rooms.'-Elmer House, Monday evening, Messrs. and Barrel 1 offered for sale* by auction freehold residence, known

as '"The Lymes," No. 10, venue-road, lately in thei occupation of Miss Nelson. There was not a large attendance, and the highest bid was £1,000, wliich.-figure the property" was withdrawn. Tbesolicitors-werejMessrs. Henry Thompson and Sods. !* Camp Meeting.—The annual *c.imp-mee
July 10, 1909 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
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