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December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
The Recognised EVERYTHING

The Recognised EVERYTHING

December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
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December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
Bed hounds ran very w,th a los to the Lynch where they were beaten. Mariners' Gorse provided the next fox,

Bed hounds ran very w,th a los to the Lynch where they were beaten. Mariners' Gorse provided the next fox,

which ran very fast past Tichniarth Warren to Nlolesworth yd. loge, where hounds had to be stopped owing to darkness after an excellent thirty minutes.
December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
PASTORS FAREWELL Departure of the Rev. A. A. Bloc-Midge from Desborough.

PASTORS FAREWELL Departure of the Rev. A. A. Bloc-Midge from Desborough.

Many signs of regret were manifested in the Baptist Church on Sunday and Monday, when the farewell services of the Rev. A. A. Blacklidge were held. Mr. Blsoklklge bee been the minister of the Baptist Church at Desborough for Dearly four yeses, coming from the Mill-road Church, W
December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
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December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
FUNERAL OF THE REV. N. W. BRUTZER AT GREAT BOWDEN.--

FUNERAL OF THE REV. N. W. BRUTZER AT GREAT BOWDEN.--

The funeral of the Rev. Henry William Brutser, who for 30 years wea Vicar of Great Bowden, and who died at Great Bowden on Nov. 24th at the age of 67. took place on Friday afternoon last at Great Bowden. A first held tiss Church., at which a con. THE LATE REV. H. W. BRUTZER. eid
December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
DRUNK IN CHARGE? Harbersegb Owser Gives Benefit of Doubt. At the Maehet Berberough Own on Tuesday, • l '"rcY If.

DRUNK IN CHARGE? Harbersegb Owser Gives Benefit of Doubt. At the Maehet Berberough Own on Tuesday, • l '"rcY If.

Godard. prerailiar, Harbert:ark charged drunk ,hurge hem sa d iamet areas Bow. on November 16th. L oie a y app eare d for who kdod not guilty. I C. Blundy mid at 4.16 p.m. on the day saw defendant tines • berm and h' , uthrun sc • fast pea down the Mary the Poet Ile 1 0 to the k
December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
PIANOS: VIOLINS: STRINGS: NI g I . • GRAMOPHONES IN GREAT VARIETY. From £3 10 0 to 24 Guineas. OVER

PIANOS: VIOLINS: STRINGS: NI g I . • GRAMOPHONES IN GREAT VARIETY. From £3 10 0 to 24 Guineas. OVER

ONE THOUSAND RECORDS Di STOOL COWLING BROS., 15a, Church Street, Market Harborough 4 1211111901110mmuumo r !educed. CUSTOMS. Hams. Rola cm', DANISH. DAIL Harris()
December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
Collegiate School, market Barbaro*. PRINCIPAL:— CAPT. & MRS. A. J. COLLINS (Reg. Teacben) Asaistai by a Rasiiima Qua Wadi Mat

Collegiate School, market Barbaro*. PRINCIPAL:— CAPT. & MRS. A. J. COLLINS (Reg. Teacben) Asaistai by a Rasiiima Qua Wadi Mat

CLASS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS—I to 11 KINDERGARTEN-4 to I years PREPARATOIRY FOR BOYS-11 to 12 years. VACANCIZA 705 BOARDERS.
December 3, 1920 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England