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MARKETS.

MARKETS.

Grantham, Saturday.—At to-day's market the show of wheat was moderate. There wan limited demand, bat prices underwent very little change. For barley recent rates were realised. firm. Beans made full prioe*. * iuntham Fat Stock Mamket, Tuesday. -A short show Sheep, the trade bris
December 30, 1865 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
"WHO'S WHO," FOR 1866.

"WHO'S WHO," FOR 1866.

This useful and very interesting publication is an epitome of the personal and public position of every indi- vidual any celebrity in the country. It embraces the lioyal Family and it* branches, the Royal Household, the Nobility—their rank, name, age*, and heirs.—the Cabinet and
December 30, 1865 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Announcements. LOOK IN DICKINSON'S WINDOW. ORNAMENTS FOR CHRISTMAS TREES. ! JAMES TYLEB, BILK MERCER, LINEN DRAPER, SHAWLMAN, AND UNDERTAKER. NB—SHOW-ROOMS

Announcements. LOOK IN DICKINSON'S WINDOW. ORNAMENTS FOR CHRISTMAS TREES. ! JAMES TYLEB, BILK MERCER, LINEN DRAPER, SHAWLMAN, AND UNDERTAKER. NB—SHOW-ROOMS

FOR CLOAKS, DRESSES, and all kinds of DRESS AND MANTLE TRIMMINGS. 39, ST. PETER'S HILL, Opposite the Newton Monument. CHRISTMAS A NEW YEAR'S PRES ENTS. G . WHIP P L E , 29, HIGH STREET, GRANTHAM, HAS just completed his purchases for the Season. The SHOW ROOM is now replete with
December 30, 1865 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWARK AND DISTRICT.

NEWARK AND DISTRICT.

At the recent Midsummer examination of the Newark Grammar School, Muter Henry Bro&dbeat •on of John Broadbent, E»q, of South Coltingham', obtained the 3rd prize in Divinity. SoooKff Death i* Cemctkbt.— awfnUy •udden death occurred in the Cemetery on Thursday morning last, the de
July 13, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
_ WrtUg fbrcvtttfemtnt*, J. T. ALDBGD, SILK, SHAWL, MANTLE, AND MILLINERY WAREHOUSE, WATERQAIE, GRANTHAM. GOOD FRENCH MADE GLOVES la. 6d.

_ WrtUg fbrcvtttfemtnt*, J. T. ALDBGD, SILK, SHAWL, MANTLE, AND MILLINERY WAREHOUSE, WATERQAIE, GRANTHAM. GOOD FRENCH MADE GLOVES la. 6d.

THE 1' j Sold in Paris two francs. ' Ureases, Shawls, Mantles, Millinery, Ribbons, Parachutes, Tiimmings, Hosiery, Gloves, Jnpons, Ac. rHE MOST RECENT NOVELTIES AT REDUCED PRICES Consequent upon the advancement of the seaaon. CARPET AND FURNISHING DEPARTMENT, T „ OF THE LARGEST,
July 13, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
DA NCI NO, DEPORTMENT\ i>c. MR. C. P. GIBSON, No. 2, St. Peter's Hill, Grantham. Public class at the Town

DA NCI NO, DEPORTMENT\ i>c. MR. C. P. GIBSON, No. 2, St. Peter's Hill, Grantham. Public class at the Town

Hall, on Saturdays, at half-past Eleven and Three o'clock. Private lessons at his residence. Xfttccrf, GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. "DOYAL Agricultural Society's Meeting Leeds. First and Second Class Day tickets will be issued to Leeds at the Stations where they may usually be obtain
July 13, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

Losnoa.—The supply of English wheat on sale was very moderate,and the trade ruled steady regards prices; but the demand was far from active. In foreign wheat limited business was transacted, at late rates. For barley and oats the trade was steady, at previous rates. Beans and pe
June 11, 1864 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
ynftiKM announrtmrnls. Thomas B astow Invite* attention SUPERFINE CLOTHS A DOESKINS, MELTON, WITNEY, ft other COATINGS. VESTINGS, TWEEDS, Ac. Dress

ynftiKM announrtmrnls. Thomas B astow Invite* attention SUPERFINE CLOTHS A DOESKINS, MELTON, WITNEY, ft other COATINGS. VESTINGS, TWEEDS, Ac. Dress

and Frock Coate order from 35a. Morning Coata and Jacket* from .. ... 20a. Trooaera wall made and ahrunk ... .. 16*. Black Doeakin Trousers fiom 20a. English and French Flannel Shirts 6a. fid. Angola Shirta 3a. lid. LONG CLOTH SHIRTS. COLLARS, FRONTS, IBS, SCARPS, BRACES, 1 HOSI
June 11, 1864 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
RDBNHAM BRANCH RAILWAY. following are the times at which Paasciger and Goods Trains will leave the Edenham and Little Byham

RDBNHAM BRANCH RAILWAY. following are the times at which Paasciger and Goods Trains will leave the Edenham and Little Byham

Stations, Evbry Dat (except Sundays), until further notice. From Edonhara Station. From Little Rytham Static 8 a.m, meats At 8 57 a.m 1015 „ 10 4 down 10 45 „ 1140 „ up noon p.m „ down 2 GO p.m. f 630 up S4O„ * " down First Class Fare, >d.; 6d.; Third do. 4d.; First Class Day Ti
June 11, 1864 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE CATTLE PLAQUE.

THE CATTLE PLAQUE.

A <•<•*» i* report.-1 by Mr. h»t.-hebier t<> on tki' pr».n»*e* Mr. lUi»rt Wji™, Little Ponton, 111.- IHlli in.Unt. from the prevailing murrain, two young U i''.' «► -»tr*. <il ttiaudou, fallen :»-«• - • the Uimtw, wiuie I.mr more her iH-jth w.-r«- ill - M the "lb iu*t. The r.-ma
January 13, 1866 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England