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-- BIG MATCH TEMPERAMENT” Blackburn Not Likely to Underrate Cobblers. SIX CUP FINALISTS PLAYING. Seventeenth Anniversary of Club’s First Meeting.

-- BIG MATCH TEMPERAMENT” Blackburn Not Likely to Underrate Cobblers. SIX CUP FINALISTS PLAYING. Seventeenth Anniversary of Club’s First Meeting.

Blackburn Rovers’ team tb meet Northampton in the Cup on Saturday on* the seventeenth anniversary of the previous fixture between the clubs will contain six members of their Cup-winning side. Seventeen years ago, a snowstorm prevented play, but when the match wap played a week l
January 10, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
THE NORTHAMPTON MERCURY, I'RIDAV, JANUARY 10, 1930.

THE NORTHAMPTON MERCURY, I'RIDAV, JANUARY 10, 1930.

January 10, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
A STIFF FIGHT

A STIFF FIGHT

In North=East Bethnal Green. Mr. William Barratt, managing director of W. Barratt and Co., Ltd., Footshape Works, Northampton, will be the Labour candidate for North-east Bethnal Green at the next Parliamentary election. The figures in the Division in the General Election last M
March 7, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
TOVv Ch ST HR

TOVv Ch ST HR

ANGLING.—A chub weighing 3ibs. 6 ozs. has been caught in the River Towe Towcester Mr. A. D. Course. Y.M.C.A. —On Sunday the usual fortnightly Home Circle vitas held at the Victory Hut. Pastor A. W. May gave inspiring address, and Mrs. H. Tyrrell rendered much appreciated solos. M
March 7, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
WEEDON.

WEEDON.

SOCIAL. Organised Mrs. Staples and the members of the Mothers' Union, a social was held in the Girls' School Feb. 27. Music, dancing, andy games were enjoyed, and a sketch, The First of April," produced by Mrs. Jaggard, was admirably performed by Mrs. Last, Mrs. Oakenson, Mrs. E
March 7, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
AUCTION NOTICES. Merry, ions, and Co., AUCTIONEERS and VALUERS, SIOCE AND ail AEE EEOKERa, HOUSE, LAND, and ESTATE AGENTS, EIRE

AUCTION NOTICES. Merry, ions, and Co., AUCTIONEERS and VALUERS, SIOCE AND ail AEE EEOKERa, HOUSE, LAND, and ESTATE AGENTS, EIRE

LOSS ASSESSORS. Offices: BARCLATb BANK CHAMBERS, ST. GILES' ayCARE, NORTHAM.ETON' (Telephone No. 136), and 33, STREET, HAVEN TRY. Messrs. Jackson Stops and Staff AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ARCHITECTS, ESTATE ANo UMBER aPECIALLSTS. Estate House, lex. bill, a tops House, May wx, vv .1.
March 7, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
sicht testing rooms **• PdlMAVCfti* OPTUMAM, B, iUESOCRA' HOW, HOHTHAmVTOM.

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s icht testing rooms **• PdlMAVCfti* OPTUMAM, B, HOW, close that she would assure herself that this time would declare his love, he would suddenly become remote as the merest acquaintance, and she would fumble blindly for someone who was not there.
March 7, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
ESTABLISHED ,1726

ESTABLISHED ,1726

May 16, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
THE NORTHAMPTON MERCURY, FRIDAY,

THE NORTHAMPTON MERCURY, FRIDAY,

ARABLE FARMING. The Miserable Show of the Government, LOCAL PROTEST. Question of Compulsory Marketing. Compulsory marketing and the position of arable farming were discussed at a meeting of the Northampton branch of the National Farmers’ Union at the Grand Hotel, Northampton, on
May 16, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
THORNBY.

THORNBY.

DANCE. —A successful dance in aid of the Church Choir Outing Fund was held in the Reading-room on Friday. The music was supplied the Revellers' Band from Welford. corresponding number competition was won by the Rev. Bentley-Goddard. lucky spot dance was won by Miss Lily Robinson
May 16, 1930 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England