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YVANTED, Someone to Take " in Small Weekly Wash.— Wellboum. 37. Bridge Enp Rd. ANTED, a li h.p. Lifter Petrol ENGINE; preferably as new.—Box 334. journal
March 17, 1944 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MELTON. EACH TUESDAY.

MELTON. EACH TUESDAY.

WAN FED /GREYHOUND i? A JlI a vv,.r ■ iced Adii-ru.-,-! Gentleman abl. ; ter or Nottingham ; him. and is 'Adhr., t.al oporalioas; .vum £lOO —Box 336. Jo;.‘. PRACTOR DRIYFfi » cxpei r.i\\ wage and coitaue r... Apply with < Burton Corse LL CLASSED ... . -* * Required Cash; colletu
March 17, 1944 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
‘IT’S A JOY IF IT COMES FROM JOYS* S' 1 * . - GRANTHAM 23 HIGH STREET Tel. No. 251

‘IT’S A JOY IF IT COMES FROM JOYS* S' 1 * . - GRANTHAM 23 HIGH STREET Tel. No. 251

March 17, 1944 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
73-74 HIGH STREET, GRANTHAM CORBY of bells were rung before and rtn!s?7rom Edcnham. dat«B wore confirmed bv the jr r

73-74 HIGH STREET, GRANTHAM CORBY of bells were rung before and rtn!s?7rom Edcnham. dat«B wore confirmed bv the jr r

the direction of Mr. Bishop of Grantham at the Holmes. Mrs. Musson was parish church yesterday week, the organ. Corby candidates They came from Oorbv. Swln- were given tea the ladles of stead. Bwayfleld. Burton Corby church council ana were Cogßlea and Peals able meet the Bishop
March 17, 1944 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BISBROOKE.

BISBROOKE.

A Sap* Abode. —A nest of young swallows may seen in the wash-house Mr. T. Barnet. The parent birds fly in and out of the door to feed their young, and apparently take little or no heed whatever of anyone. This is, we understand, the ninth year in succession that the birds have b
June 29, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
CAREBY.

CAREBY.

The Old English Game op Quoits still flourishes at Careby and Little Bytham, the members thereof having lost none of their skill in handling the iron shoe. On Friday week, the captain of the Bourn Club piloted over team of nine players, to essay their annual strength against the
June 29, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOTTESFORD.

BOTTESFORD.

Local Cricket. —At last the Bible Class have been victorious. This should stimulate them to greater exertions, but to all appearance they are resting on their laurels; better for Ihem to carry with them the wellknown adage, " Prtxjtice makes perfect." Seeing that to-day they hav
June 29, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
STARTLING STATISTICS.

STARTLING STATISTICS.

the world have-been horrific® t^ ibl " di"»«*er Pennsylvania, teia of tiiousandg people loet their lives. This «X v, !? rror bec » use it sodden and p«dlin«, but had the wune disastrous results life limb come Bifcntly, they would have been unnoticed./ not only by the publio of t
June 29, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BETROTHAL OF THE PRINCESS LOUISE OF WALES.

BETROTHAL OF THE PRINCESS LOUISE OF WALES.

BETROTHAL OF THE PRINCESS LOUISE WALES. The Queen Thursday afternoon formally gave her consent to the betrothal of Princess Louise, the eldest daughter of the Prince and Princess of Wales, to the Earl of Fife. The Princess was twenty-two years of age last February, and the Earl o
June 29, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE PARNELL COMMISSION.

THE PARNELL COMMISSION.

Before the Special Commission, Tuesday, Dr. Kenny, M.P., was cross-examined ac to his knowledge of the finances of the Land League, and of Patrick Egan's flight from Ireland. admitted that he carried the No-Rent Manifesto out of Ivilmainham, but denied all knowledge of Major Le
June 29, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England