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MUSTON.

MUSTON.

Chapel Anniversary Services were held in the Methodist Free Church on Sunday and Monday last. Sunday, two exoellent sermons were preached by the Bev. G. D. Thompson, circuit minister, to good congregations. On Monday, public tea was held in the Chapel, and was well attended; aft
October 13, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
STAINBY-CUM-GUHBY.

STAINBY-CUM-GUHBY.

Harvest Thanksgiving.—lt is proposed nola a harvest thanksgiving service, for the united parishes, in St. Peter's Church, Stainby, on Sunday evening next. The sermon will be preached by the Bey. B. 8. Kennedy, of Stapleford Park, Leicestershire. The collection will be devoted to
October 13, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
DENTON.

DENTON.

Presentation. —Mrs. Tindale, mistress at the Infant School, has been presented with a marble timepiece, the gift of the parishioners, bearing the inscription" Presented to Mrs. Tindale, by the parishioners of Denton, as a token of respect, on her resignation of the Infant School
October 13, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Notices. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. CAYGILL'S CHEAP EXCURSIONS FROM GRANTHAM. Monday, October 15th. L a - m * LONDON and CRYSTAL

Notices. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. CAYGILL'S CHEAP EXCURSIONS FROM GRANTHAM. Monday, October 15th. L a - m * LONDON and CRYSTAL

PALACE, Day Trip, at6.o Monday, October 22nd. NOTTINGHAM, Half-day Trips, 1.29 and 5.8 p.m. Tuesday, October 23rd. CAMBRIDGE for NEWMARKET (Cambridgeshire), Day Trip, at 8.0 a.m. «... Full particulars in small bills, at Stations. DAMP CORN carefully DRIED at Mrs. Chamberlain's,
October 13, 1883 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
The match cricket between the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, played at Lord's Ground, was brought to « close on

The match cricket between the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, played at Lord's Ground, was brought to « close on

Tuesday, Oxford winning three wickets. Epps'b Coca a.—Geatbpul asd Coxpobiiho. thorough knowledge of the natural laws which rot era the operations of digestion and nutrition, and a careful an- "cation of the fine properties well-selected cecoa, Mr. provided onr breakfast tables
June 28, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
CORREBPON DENCE. ROME »~~S TAG TICS. To the Rev. Cauon Sing. [" I would not only forsake the Church I

CORREBPON DENCE. ROME »~~S TAG TICS. To the Rev. Cauon Sing. [" I would not only forsake the Church I

honestly minister in, bnt would induce all I could to forsake it, if it sanctioned the system til lying and hypocrisy which he and many others ascribe to it in the passion of their prejudice."] Reverend Sib, —The above extract from letter addressed by you to the Grant ham Journa
June 28, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BILLINGBOROUGH.

BILLINGBOROUGH.

Accident.—On Monday morning last, a horse belonging to Mr. Augustus Tomlinson, of Birthorpe, whilst drawing a cart on the read leading to the Fen, from some cause suddenly took fright and ran away. On approaching the residence of Mr. Isaac Bray, where there a turn in the road, a
June 28, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM BOROUGH POLICE.

GRANTHAM BOROUGH POLICE.

Monday. (Before the Mayor, J. F. Burbidge, S. Ridge, T. Bushby, and J. W. Jeans, Esqs.) Jos. Paine was charged by Mr. Joseph Sellars, miller, with embezzling and stealing, on the 31st of October and divers other days, ss. 6<i., money received by him on his master's account.—Mr.
November 15, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
WELBY.

WELBY.

Special on the occasion of the dedication of the organ will be held in Welby Church on Taesday next. The morning sermon will be preached by the Rev. Preb. Clements, of Gainsborough ; and that in the evening by the Rev. H. Jubb, Vicar of Dunham.
November 15, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOTTESFORD.

BOTTESFORD.

oazaab. 4th of this month a sale of nlain and fancy work was held in the School-room The articles offered for sale, many of themofmSStoste and ofsev'eTallaSofth 7 tUe in J QBtl7 ' skU1 ' and generosity si th , , 8 ,u ' sutei ..I ~p aces * " e stalls were most artistically pies u
November 15, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England