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July 26, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Lucas. Mrs. F. York, Mrs. F. Newitt, and Miss L. Bateman. After tea the party went to Wicksteed Park, where

Lucas. Mrs. F. York, Mrs. F. Newitt, and Miss L. Bateman. After tea the party went to Wicksteed Park, where

a very enjoyable time was spent. The arrangements were made bd Bro F. George, N.., Bro. F. Roberts, P.G., Bro. W. Lucas, P.G.. Bro. F. Blincowe, P.P G.M., Bro. J. Robinson, Bio. F. Newitt, and Bro. F. Moss, P.G., secretary. DANCE was held on Saturday, organised by the Chequers D
July 26, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
ments, etc., at 2 pan.

ments, etc., at 2 pan.

ments, etc., pan. .WITH POSSESSION ON COMPLETION IRCitiETcJL Near ELLiNGBOROUGH COMMODIOUS FAMILY RESIDENCE, With Beautiful and Grounds, excellent Greenhouses, Courtyard, Garage, Stabling, etm, Known ■* CHESTER HOUSE, ,, BE SOLD AUCTION, , MESSRS. 3T>ENDEEED and SON* LIMITED, aST
July 26, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
DAVENTRi COUNTY COURT.

DAVENTRi COUNTY COURT.

Thursday.—Before His Honour Judge Drucquer. Insurance Co. v. Francis B. Taylor, Daventry. Claim for possession of house Daventry—Mr. 8.. W. Williams (Messrs. Williams and Kingston, Northampton), for plaintiff. Frank: Ernest Gibson, 8, Thursby-road, Northampton, assistant superin
July 26, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
STREET SINGERS

STREET SINGERS

IMPRISONED FOR BEGGING AT WELLINGBOROUGH. At a Special Court at Wellingborough Saturday, before Mr. A. J. Sharman, two men. who gave the names of Edward Douglas and Frede.*ick E. Clarke, pleaded not guilty to charge of begging at Wellingborough Friday night. Evidence was given b
July 26, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
VILLAGE TALKS.

VILLAGE TALKS.

Deer Mister Editer, /YI dooant noe wether mister Jim Thomas is a reeder uv th Mercury er not, but oim bin pleeased ter see from th paepers as ’es ipritty quick tuk a tip as oi gev ’im larst wik’ an es a gooin ter giv a thort er two ter them water works as er wanted orl ooer th p
July 26, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
LOCAL ATHLETES

LOCAL ATHLETES

TO THE FORE AT SATURDAYS MEETINGS. Local athletes were prominent at meet inge at Rugbv and Avlesbury. hatur- Rugbv, where the sports were run by the club for caarity. won the 880 yards fat race, while his colleagues, A H. Williams and L. Fclce. were in the ,"220 ynrds flat and t
July 26, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
HOMING.

HOMING.

MRS. MALONE LIBERATES PIGEONS. Northampton South Road R.P.C. held a race on Saturday, from the Houses ol Parliament, in aid of the local branch the British Legion. The birds, which were liberated by Mrs. Malone, were convoyed London by Mr. A. Cattell. Result : , Scott and Cook,
July 26, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
CLAIM THAT TAILED

CLAIM THAT TAILED

Henry E. West, farmer, Newport Pagnell, v. Thomas Henry Mapley, newsagent, Newport Pagnell.—Claim for £4 17s. for rent, etc. —After hearing the evidence, His Honour said it was very stale claim and not at all satisfied that plaintiff was correct his particulars. There would be j
February 8, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
CO-OPERATIVE WOOL MARKETING.

CO-OPERATIVE WOOL MARKETING.

The Northamptonshire farmers, and they are many, who are members of the Midland Wood Growers’ Association, will 'be very interested in the remarks which were passed at the County Executive meeting of the Farmers’ Union on Saturday. Although from the few details which were disclo
February 8, 1929 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England