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EVEKY-DAY COMPLAINT

EVEKY-DAY COMPLAINT

The Daily Echo reporter learned from church officials Diat the litter of which complaint is made is not only deposited market days, but all week-days, and when the Daily Echo man went through the churchyard one morning this week saw quite enough to convince him that the complain
January 16, 1931 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
A SHARP FINE.

A SHARP FINE.

Phoebe Jackson, haulage contractor, 05, Feta-street, Walton, Liverpool, was summoned for using an unlicensed motor van Faulerspury C»ctober 3. C. and Liverpool constable gave evidence, the latter saying defendant had told him she was short of money and had behind with hire purch
January 16, 1931 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
LORD HILLINGDON

LORD HILLINGDON

Resumes Mastership of Grafton Hunt, AFTER THREE YEARS’ BREAK. Lord Hillingdon was unanimously elected master of the Grafton Hunt at the annual meeting held at the Talbot Hotel, Towcester, on Tuesday Lord Hillingdon resigned the mastership three years ago, when Major V. D. S. Wil
January 16, 1931 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
A FARM ROBOT.

A FARM ROBOT.

Agriculturists have long dreamed of a plough which would work unaided and it looks as if such farm robot has at last been called into being by the inventive genius a Thornby man, Mr. A. Ford. Once this new motor plough has been started up it can be left to run until it was ploug
January 16, 1931 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
WOLLaS: CN,

WOLLaS: CN,

A MEETING the Hospital Week Committee was held the Parcel)mi Room Thursday. r Mr. d- Darnell (chairman) presiding Mr. A. L. Rivett (hon store• ary) stated tliat £11; 13s. 3u. was cleared out of the recent draw and wnx«4t drive. £7O had been spent on letters and it was decided to
January 16, 1931 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
WOODS and CO.’S FORTHCOMING SALES FEB. 3rd. —ST. GILES’ AUCTION MART, SALE FURNITURE.

WOODS and CO.’S FORTHCOMING SALES FEB. 3rd. —ST. GILES’ AUCTION MART, SALE FURNITURE.

January 16, 1931 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Eat DEAD IN A FIELD. Accident Not the Cause Drover’s Death. kilsby inquest. The discovery, on Friday morning, of 5

Eat DEAD IN A FIELD. Accident Not the Cause Drover’s Death. kilsby inquest. The discovery, on Friday morning, of 5

- y ear -old Kilsby drover lying dead in a field leading to the caravan in which he lived, was the subject of an inquest conducted by the Divisional Coroner (Mr. C. H. Davis) at the Red Lion, Kilsby, on Monday. On Thursday, the man, Joseph Walter Ward, was walking to his home wh
January 16, 1931 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

A Good Tournament at Long Buckby A boxing tournament, arranged the Long Buckby Five Beils Athletic Club, took place at the Conservative Hall. A large audience saw some good exhibitions between F. Ash (Northampton) and S. Chaplin (West Haddon) and China White and H. Brown, both o
January 16, 1931 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Northampton Rural Council. CATTLE WHICH DIED. Complaints about Weston Favell Brook. NO POLLUTION DISCOVERED. The deaths of dairy cattle and

Northampton Rural Council. CATTLE WHICH DIED. Complaints about Weston Favell Brook. NO POLLUTION DISCOVERED. The deaths of dairy cattle and

a complaint by their owner of the alleged pollution of Weteton Favell Brook, has led frequent inspections officers of the Northampton Corporation, and tiiey report tnat no pollution has been found,. These were ueait witn a letter from the Towa Cicik till. W. K. lead luceiuig i R
January 16, 1931 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
A TOWN WITHOUT CRIME.

A TOWN WITHOUT CRIME.

Why Quarter Sessions are Not Need at Northampton. ITS PEOPLE ONE LARGE FAMILY. With Character Like its Footwear —Seed to None. In my view the almost entire absence of serious crime Northampton’s geographical situatic n ; to the nature of its tra<^e has been brought to its high s
January 10, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England