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ANDHEE'S LABT BUOY

ANDHEE'S LABT BUOY

The last-found buoy thrown out from th,. balloon was opened In Storkhohn on Friday, sleeting of the Academy of Sciences .6 stnod the shorks of Ire admirably After on,iiing t short manuscript won found in handwrit•n:, with some few worst: in a•P 9., in is writing of his companion
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
THE TIME AFTEIt THIS.

THE TIME AFTEIt THIS.

It is usual for the Tories of the flarborough Division to boldly iis , ert that they are " going to beat login this time." 'limy have deluded themselves thus tour times. But 'fury is less sanguine. land promises to remain a candidate it beaten this time. So have the other three,
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
iARK ET HAR BOROUGH NEWS.

iARK ET HAR BOROUGH NEWS.

* 4 Advertisers and agents note that O t and after Monday next, ()etober lst, the Midland Mail will be published from new and larger premises-84, 24. Mary's-road, Market Harborough. - • - --- The Hon. C. R. Spencer will visit Little Bowden on Saturday afternoon neat and give an
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
East Langton Grange, September 25th, 1900. GENERAL ELECTION, 1900.

East Langton Grange, September 25th, 1900. GENERAL ELECTION, 1900.

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE MID DIVISION 'OT THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON. BY THE UNANIMOUS NOTE OF THE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. I have been in- I sited to fight your battle in Mid Northamptonshire —a battle that we have often fought and fought victoriously before. The fact that I was for t
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
WANTED.

WANTED.

WANTED, Youth, 15 or 15, to in, on small grazing and poultry farm ; good milker.— W. Pima, Stapleton, Hinokley. NVANTXD, Girl (17-20) for house work, and to generally. Apply M. Stunt, "Clarendon" Coffee House. Market Place, Hinckley. WANTED at once, a Good Tinmau ; toll,. in. —.
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
LOSES TWO DAY'S WORK.

LOSES TWO DAY'S WORK.

An illustration of how it is administered in Surrey is supplied to us by Mr. F. C. Richards, of Thornton Heath. Mr. Richards did not want to have his baby daughter vaccinated, and accordingly went before the Croydon magistrates to ask for an exemption order. He is a working-man,
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
MADE IN GERMANY?

MADE IN GERMANY?

The Colonial Secretary of Barbadoes in his report on that island for 1899, points out the way in which foreign manufactured goods are got into the colony under the guise of British imports. Entries show that the imports from liermany are valued at £957, but this, says the Coloni
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
BOY HOUSEBREAK ERS.

BOY HOUSEBREAK ERS.

At the Tottenham Polictnecort,on Tneedav, Stewart, sixteen, a *'inter: Warren, sixteen, a paintm; and Henn: Clarke, sixteen, stoker, were ! charged with breaking and entering Penehuret. Alexandra-park. and steelier property value 10, ; further, with breaking into the and etealin
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
CHAPTER XXVI -TIIE PROFESSOR LEARNS HIS t'A'rk:.

CHAPTER XXVI -TIIE PROFESSOR LEARNS HIS t'A'rk:.

CHAPTER XXVI -TIIE PROFESSOR LEARNS HIS ' A gentleman, om am. to see you, tmd the par - maul. Laudon( • chrd t, sylet. She took tt„ ▪ . her hp. She knee that Niue Dalrymple nsdhey, to.. for that mattes. were watchmag toi.ousty, and for the moment she dtd sot trust ihrerl speak. .
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
MR. W. R. NORRIS.

MR. W. R. NORRIS.

Mr. Williamidward IScrris, the novelist. another oe whose popular stories just heels published, Is a of the late Sir William Norris, who was foe come time Chief Justice of Ceylon. Mr. W. E. Norris is just kfty-thres, having been born in November, 1847. He educated at Eton, and i
September 29, 1900 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England