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PRINGFORD.

PRINGFORD.

MARRIAGE OF MR. GEORGE GIBBARD TO MISS FLORENCE BYERLEY. The marriage took place on Wednesday, at St. Mark's, Broonffiall, Sheffield, of Mr. George Gibbard (youngest son of the late Mr. George Gibbaril, of Fringtord) and Florence Byerley (second daughter of Mr. Robert Ryerley, c
June 16, 1899 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
TO HUNTING OKNTLEMEN. JOB MASTERS, AND OTHERS. BICESTER. Main. PAXTON aid HOLIDAY A RE with inatroaMose frost AO Ht. Hon.

TO HUNTING OKNTLEMEN. JOB MASTERS, AND OTHERS. BICESTER. Main. PAXTON aid HOLIDAY A RE with inatroaMose frost AO Ht. Hon.

ti tbs of TO SELL BY AUCTION k Emmet Market, on 23rd. at Two Vele& is tho Afternoon, IS HUNTING SADDLES about 30 BRIDLES in capital 30 HEADWALLS. about XI Sete of CLOTHING and BLANKETS, ROLLERS, Set of CLIPPING HARNESS (miserly new), 2 COPPER LNG PUMPS, WEIGHING MACHINE (by Cham
June 16, 1899 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
]=ORITOM & 00. Beg to announce they are now showing a large and choice selection of NEW SPRING GOODS, Consisting

]=ORITOM & 00. Beg to announce they are now showing a large and choice selection of NEW SPRING GOODS, Consisting

of all the newest designs in Drees Materials, Silks, Blouse Cloths, Prints, &c.
June 16, 1899 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
STOR ES,

STOR ES,

HARBOROUGH.
December 8, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
LADIES' SIZES

LADIES' SIZES

1.1 6d.. £1 2=., t• SA EVERY WATCH FULLY WAiLUANTra. BRUFORD'S GOLD WATCHES, LNVER MOVE3IENTS TOR GENTLIIITM £4 to. to EIS. Worrouted to keep "Time to a Minute," " Blt UFORD. YOU CANNOT NETTER VA OLD WATCHZB TAKEN IN =CRAYON Call or write for particulars. BOW LES & BOWLES OW SHO
December 8, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
(ream Pint- Nor'.)

(ream Pint- Nor'.)

: you advance a loan P" —Wouldn't•be lender: "I can. sir—when I by myself." _ a mnrry Christmas, nonifac,."—" in' (Iwistmas I shall hare, with turkey plum-pudding about. me with dyspopsia and not ali•iwed to take nothink !" OM - rib: so, -WV.STMiN —PlAsellgar "Pretty state el !.
December 8, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
WHEN THE GOOD NEWS FIRST REACH RD MARK gr HA R BORO U 0 R

WHEN THE GOOD NEWS FIRST REACH RD MARK gr HA R BORO U 0 R

WHEN THE NEWS FIRST REACH RD MARK gr HA R BORO U 0 R It as.lated excite:Lent. But as week after week went by, many well-known and highlyrespected Market Harborough people spoke out honestly, aud their statements were published in the public press. There wan no longer room for Be
December 8, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
DERWENT VALLEY WATER ED ARD.

DERWENT VALLEY WATER ED ARD.

A meeting of the perwent Valley Water Bomd held at the TGWU Derby, on Thursday afternoon week. Alderman Gainsford in the Chair, and there were also present Alderman Wood, Vice - Chairtuan, Aldermen Briggs, Cleg,g, Coleman, Fraser, Jolley . , NewLoiti, lityring, Vincent, Woodiwis
December 8, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
CHILD'S TERM BLit CRIM It

CHILD'S TERM BLit CRIM It

A terrible crime ccmunitted in Lille on A• day, says a correspondent at that Ow., by a girl named Valentine Dolly, Aged eight, vi. murdered another maimed Nt.lly aged two }ears mod eight for sake of lAM. Deily's is dead, her father is in the I.turntal, and the eldrat of four, in
December 8, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
(Coperigkt.) THE LADY OF TIIE LETTER.

(Coperigkt.) THE LADY OF TIIE LETTER.

Br MRS. C. N. WILLIAMSON, Author of "The Barn &rimers," "Fortune's Sport,* "A Woman in Grey," "The Secret of the Fear's." "The House by the Lock," It was an odd-looking letter. the only individual one of the let. Laurence Holland examined it with interest before breaking the sea
December 8, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England