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HARVEST SALE.—The sale of gifts in connection with the harvest celebration the Thrapston Baptist Church was conducted Monday evening by Mr. EL H. jßletsoe and Mr. T. Bledsoe. The £7 3s. 7d. realised brought the proceeds of the festival £l4 12s. THE DEATH occurred at on FViday, o
October 12, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
WOLVERTON.

WOLVERTON.

LABOUR MEETING. —A meeting flu* Women’s Labour party was held in the Science and Art Tuesday, when Mrs. R. Griffith gave a report on the recent conference Portsmouth. Light refreshments were«erred by members of the committee. AN.N 1 R Y. X'Jle Zlst of the Wolverton Primitive Chu
October 12, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
TRAVEL BY

TRAVEL BY

THE MAIL ROUTE and THE MAIL STEAMERS of tns ORIENT LINE, eaUio* «t Gibraltar, toulon, Naples. Egypt. &ai COLOMBO Ticket* NEW ZEALAND & TASMANIA Ticket* intcrchangoabla with other Line*. SHORT HOLIDAY TRIPS
October 12, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
RIDDLES.

RIDDLES.

When is meat like a famous school? —When it is eaten (Eton). What is full of holes yet holds water? sponge. vVhat is it that you can hold in your right hand that you cannot hold in your left?— Your left elbow. Why does a boy get specially cross if you call him a pheasant?— Becau
October 12, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
HOCKEY

HOCKEY

(Brander 2, Ratliffe 2. Flint), Corinthians 1. United 5, Northampton 2nd 2 (L. C. James, Leavesley). LADIES’ . _ Manfield Waukenphast 4 (K Edwardc 2, R. Stewart 2). Rugby Rebels Lotus 15 (I. Timms N. Bond 2 J. Brazier 2), Daventry 0. Daventry played three short. e Lotus 3. Earls
October 12, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
2nd!16 era‘minatiQn wa3 adionmed to Not

2nd!16 era‘minatiQn wa3 adionmed to Not

2nd! adionmed to Not Re Bert nun IWlas Roberta. Indore Deanshanger, i ronfoundei. The statement of affairs eros> ' re. £743 7. 10J , of , -.08 to rani; f„ dhridSd to produce £122 e »«« »«urpJn f 7 .- Debtor alleged his failure was u Beconuns: jointly and with brother and Tin . to
October 12, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
NEW STATIONMASTER.

NEW STATIONMASTER.

MR. A. S. CHISHOLM LEAVING KILSBY FOR WEEDON. The new stationmaster and. goods agent at Weedon, in succession to Mr. C. G. Tompkins, who has been promoted to Desborough, is Mr. A. S. Chisholm, now in charge at Kilsby and Crick. Mr. Chisholm will shortly take up his new position.
October 12, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
CORN

CORN

Thrapston, Oct. 3. —Wheat 425. to 435., barley 355. to 455., oats 265. to 285., beans 435. to 445., peas 50s. 525. per quarter. (JAllJLii. Northampton, Oct. 6.—Trade for store beast continued very slow, yearlings made from to £lO, two-year-olds to 10s., ana three-year-olds £lB t
October 12, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
GAMEKEEPER’S graphic story. Morning Fight with Alleged Poachers. CONVERSATIONS. st °ry of a thrilling encounter gamekeepers ana’ alleged *5 5

GAMEKEEPER’S graphic story. Morning Fight with Alleged Poachers. CONVERSATIONS. st °ry of a thrilling encounter gamekeepers ana’ alleged *5 5

a t two o’clock in the morning, .jP'Gney near Thorpe Malsor, was Ting Police Court on Wedwhen Henry Tucker Pursglove, Jacques,' shoe and Frederick Rush, bricklayer’s all of Kettering, were sent for Assizes, bail being ailowed, poaching and assault. Tom Hales, Thorpe Malsor, that
April 13, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
DAVFNTRV.

DAVFNTRV.

OLD AQL PENSipNS.- Twwday. Pre* at! Mr. K. Hall. j.P, C.C. (obalnnani 'df/men. W, i. right. A. W. .nUottghby, T. B. Marriott, Capt. E. B. ’ftger, Mr, 0. HaU. Mr. >»t«r (panslen Mr, E, Nasi (clerk), Dae «w» from «, iQa,, olalm ..owed 4 <m» 4a.
April 13, 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England