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GHAS. BASKER & SON, & WESTGATE, GRANTHAM, Give Coupons. 1/- in £ paid tln-m every Throe Mont hs. FOR WINTER Graiul Value—Quite New Khaki BRITISH WARMS. 18 6 ami 27 6 each: quite new Khaki TROUSERS. 6,11 and 7.11 pair; quite new Khaki BREECHES. 17/11; quite now Khaki BREECHES (Wor
November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
JOURNAL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10,

JOURNAL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10,

BOURNE GUARDIANS. The fortnightly meeting was held Thursday, when Mr. J. Freeman presided over the following The Revs. F, F. Taylor, G. W. Twamley, and J. C&rvatb, Mrs. Holmes. Mrs. Sueath, Miss Bell, Colonel A. Aclend-Ifood- Reynardson, and Messrs. H. A. Sneath, B. Caswell, W.
November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM MAYORALTY. COUNCILLOR WEEKLEY UNANIMOUSLY ELECTED. At noon yesterday (Friday) the statutory meeting of the Grantham Town Council for the

GRANTHAM MAYORALTY. COUNCILLOR WEEKLEY UNANIMOUSLY ELECTED. At noon yesterday (Friday) the statutory meeting of the Grantham Town Council for the

election of a Mayor for the ensuing vear was in the Guildhall, and was attended by large gathering of the public. Amoug the interested spectators was Lady Brownlow. The retiring Mayor (Aid. Theo. Rowle) temporarily presided. Councillor VV. Parks said he had been deputed to propo
November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
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November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
A Helping Hand,

A Helping Hand,

mav add that. though man. Mr. i« rale those who ran v« liinl im' lake active part in movements Ixii.'fi to the \. and that in hit honorary capacity. Since the formation tin (ir'unthain and District Gardeners* Society in February, 1916. Mr. Watchoru has been its. Hon. sec., for p
November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
CODDINGTON.

CODDINGTON.

FOREIGN MISSIONARY SERVICES were held the W.slevan Church, when two excellent Sermons were preached Mr. J. E. On Friday, a publie tea was provided, those in charge being Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Peatman, and others. At the annual missionary meeting, Mr. ('. Stephenson, of Newark, ve
November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
AT lIARBY

AT lIARBY

AT For Mr. L. S. Swingle.-, p.m. For full particulars see last week s Advertisements. IT. SIKF.S K SUN". AUCTIONEERS. MELTON MARKET.—TUESDAY NEXT. SHAFTO H. SIKES & SON Will include in their AUCTION PEDIGREE LARGE BLACK BOAR, good stock-getter, from C". Alex. Mnntz, Esq., Whisse-
November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
RLONGSTAFF k CO., AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, k ESTATE AGENTS. LONGSTAFF'S WEEKLY STOCK AUCTIONS: TUESDAY SPALDING, 9.0. THURSDAY BOURNE, at 11.0. MONDAY

RLONGSTAFF k CO., AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, k ESTATE AGENTS. LONGSTAFF'S WEEKLY STOCK AUCTIONS: TUESDAY SPALDING, 9.0. THURSDAY BOURNE, at 11.0. MONDAY

STAMFORD, 9.30. Entries for Stock for above Markets respect* fully solicited. Offices: Spalding. Bourne, and Stamford. PIG expected die made 16 stone weight after having Karswood Pig Powders. Twelve Ia.— SWAIAOW So*, Wharf Road, Grantham*
November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
o I P. B.s.A. COMBINATION, 2-sj>eed«: good order; very cheap.—App'v, G, ALBION TERRACE, Grant ham. A.J.S. MOTOR-CYCLE for Sale; all

o I P. B.s.A. COMBINATION, 2-sj>eed«: good order; very cheap.—App'v, G, ALBION TERRACE, Grant ham. A.J.S. MOTOR-CYCLE for Sale; all

— chain. 2?pof'<l sear; good running £2s.—Apply llrrwouTit's, Market Place. Oram ham. pOV ENTRY-PREMIER LI (HIT CAR. done 5,000 miles; all on; ins paid; uny trial; £l2O.—R. A 11. CHAMBERS, Oakham. DOE-WHIT WORTH, No. 5 Acio Special, Ocnl.'s CYCLE for Sale, practically new. —"Box
November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
PRIOR REMOVAL OVER THE WAY

PRIOR REMOVAL OVER THE WAY

November 10, 1923 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England