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FRISBY-ON-THE-WREAKE.

FRISBY-ON-THE-WREAKE.

Obituary.—On Monday afternoon, the remains of Mr. Joseph Sheldon, who had attained the great age eighty-four, were committed to earth in the parish churchyard. Deceased had in his time been a promi nent member of the community, having held for years the tenancy of the Grange Far
December 7, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
clean Feathers or Pampas and other Dried Grasses, use " Sunlight Soap." " Sunlight Soap "is certified pure by Sir

clean Feathers or Pampas and other Dried Grasses, use " Sunlight Soap." " Sunlight Soap "is certified pure by Sir

Chas. Cameron, M.D., Analyst, and has the largest sale. TOWLE'B PENNYROYAL and STEEL PILLS for FEMALES, quickly correct all irregularities, remove all Obstructions, and relieve the distressing symptoms so prevalent with Boxes, 1/11 and 2/9, ofall chemists. Sent anywhere, receipt
December 7, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY MISADVENTURE TO A SHOOTING PARTY.

EXTRAORDINARY MISADVENTURE TO A SHOOTING PARTY.

EXTRAORDINARY MISADVENTURE A SHOOTING PARTY. A fatal occurrence, which seems to have resulted from pure accident, happened to shooting party in the neighbourhood of Newton Heath, near Manchester, Saturday after-noon. A young man, named Ashton Hogg, went out shooting over some fie
December 7, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
OVER GRASS AND PLOUGH.

OVER GRASS AND PLOUGH.

Surely this is the winter of the hunting-man's discontent, for a gay time for nearly two months makes less willing to bear the check put on the sport so suddenly. The cold of Thursday and Friday in last week was intense. The thermometer showed each morning over twelve degrees of
December 7, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
CALDECOTT.

CALDECOTT.

Club Anniversary.—On Monday last, the anniversary of the Sick Benefit Society was celebrated in the School-room, where a dinner was provided for the members. The funds of the Club are satisfactory.
May 7, 1892 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
RIPPINGALE.

RIPPINGALE.

Awaibh or Mr. P. Lam.—On Wednesday last, the public examination of Mr. Fredk. Lane, farmer, of this parish, who has been adjudicated a bankrupt, took place Peterborough, before the Registrar of the Bankruptcy Court (Mr. 11. C. Gsches). addition the debtor, there were present—Mr.
May 7, 1892 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
ELECTION PROSECUTION AT SPALDING.

ELECTION PROSECUTION AT SPALDING.

Spalding, Thursday, before tho Rev. J. T. Dove, M.A. (ohairman), and othar magistrates, Henry Clarke, J.P., of Cloy Hall, Spalding, was prosecuted on a charge of plural voting at tho elections of County Councillors for the administrative county of the Parts of Holland. The two i
May 7, 1892 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BRANT BROUGHTON.

BRANT BROUGHTON.

Football Club.—A meetiug was held the Red Lion Club-room, on Wednesday last, bslanoe for the Mr. J. Wyer presided, a good number of members being present. The report showed that the funds were good, a balance in hand of remaiuing, after nayment of ail expenses. A vote of thanks
May 7, 1892 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
The cotton masters in the Bolton district have decided to run short time, to aid the master? who have their

The cotton masters in the Bolton district have decided to run short time, to aid the master? who have their

man the and Oldham district*. The first-clans herd pure-bred shorthorn cattle belonging Wilfrid Esq., of Kirk Hammertou Hall, Yorkshire, as well ss some heifers and young from breeders in Yorkshire and counties, will be disposed by anotion, Thursday next. May 12th, the Turf Tave
May 7, 1892 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sir John and Lady Thorold have arrived at the Palace Hotel, from Paris. The will of Dowager Lady Cholmeley, relict

Sir John and Lady Thorold have arrived at the Palace Hotel, from Paris. The will of Dowager Lady Cholmeley, relict

of the late Montague Cholmeley, Bart., of Hall, has been proved in London, under £14,000 personalty. The hells at Grantham church rang a merry peal on Monday in honour the Duke Rutlan d's birthday. A curious custom is observed in tiie town that day, four tailors receiving gratui
May 21, 1864 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England