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CRICKET.

CRICKET.

[£>/ extraordinary pressure of other matter, we are ag-iin compelled, vtnj much against our uiU, to shorten our cricket news much as possibW] Grantham v. Nottingham Amateurs.—This ■natch came off the Tr«nt idge ground, on Tuesday. As there was not time to play out. it was decide
July 25, 1868 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
It a fact now known to all, that the Chinese largely prepare and artificially color tbe worthless brown leaves of

It a fact now known to all, that the Chinese largely prepare and artificially color tbe worthless brown leaves of

the tea plant, to enable tbeiu to be pasted off to tbe English consumer at high rates, hence the weak low quality and dearnega tea ordinarily Hold. To avoid tuck worthless sorts being so passed off, Horniman A Co., London, disallow plumbago, Prussian blue, or any such hurtful "
July 25, 1868 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
LITERARY SELECTIONS.

LITERARY SELECTIONS.

Falseiiooo.—lf a falsehood paralysed the tongue, what a death-like hileuco would pervade society. Tne thing be done when evil comes upon us, is not lameutation, but action; not to sir and sutfjr, but to rise aud seek the remedy. Happiness.—Now let us tell you a secret—a secret 1
May 10, 1862 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MARKETS, &c.

MARKETS, &c.

Grantham, Saturday.—During the early part of the week t ie weather wa* hot anil forcing, with sharp frosts at night. is cold gloomy. At our Exchange Hall this morning there was a better supply of wheat than ui" late. The dull reports from leading market* caused buyers to act cau
May 10, 1862 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
SILK, SHAWL. & MANTLE WAKEHOUSE, Watergate, Grantham. J. T. ALDRED, HAS the honour to announce that on and after Saturday,

SILK, SHAWL. & MANTLE WAKEHOUSE, Watergate, Grantham. J. T. ALDRED, HAS the honour to announce that on and after Saturday,

April 26th, he will be propared in the various departments of hid business with the LATEST NOVELTIES produced for the present season, and to which he respectfully invites the attention of his numerous kind friends and patrons. J. T. A. begs further add, that his Milliner having
May 10, 1862 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
business •J :), WBsTG A T E . 17UWAUIJ COOl'Eli begs to state that U has returned for the second

business •J :), WBsTG A T E . 17UWAUIJ COOl'Eli begs to state that U has returned for the second

tine this from London, Will show, all classes Fancy Goods, the latost novelties. VJK SILKS Is. Oil, 25.2K, 2s. and per yurd. FANCY SILKS, the Full Dress, Jtl Is. (id. and jCI 7s. FANCY DKtHdES 34.1.. 44a., .>4.1., aud 1. tier yd. MOHAIRS 3jjd., 5d., CJrl., and 844. per ditto. A
May 10, 1862 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
i&tlton AN the Editor of the Grantham Jawrmt* Sir, You say that a fair computation the nnW of your readers

i&tlton AN the Editor of the Grantham Jawrmt* Sir, You say that a fair computation the nnW of your readers

annually amounts to one hundred and sixty thousand. If this be so (and have an wish to dispute your figures,) how important it that this immense number should read the following GOOD NEWS IN BAD TIMES CHEAP WINES AND SPIRITS Vr FO I HE MILLION, AT KING STREET HOUSE. T MELTON MO
May 2, 1868 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
business 2JENZINE COL LAS. Used tub Royal APARTMENTS, ani, alT T f' attt Medals tub EXHIBITIONS. , PARIS, 1855, and

business 2JENZINE COL LAS. Used tub Royal APARTMENTS, ani, alT T f' attt Medals tub EXHIBITIONS. , PARIS, 1855, and

l K LONDON, 1 862. SATIns A V a RIBBONS, ' a L O V CLOTH CLEANER. FURNITURE 0 " 8 ' GREASE, OIL, A.PPAREL. had of all Chemists and Perfumers General Agents: J. SANGER <fc SONS, 150, Oxford St. 52 The blood.—johnson s~sarsa^ PAKILLA and BARK PILLS speedily remova eruptions of the
May 2, 1868 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
EMPINGHAM.

EMPINGHAM.

Accident.—On Saturday last a serious accident befel a lad named Rudkin, who works for Mrs. Grant of this place. He was driving a cart in the fields, and when walking by the side of the horse, by some unforseen cause other his heels slipped up and he fell down, the wheel passing
February 26, 1870 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
The Election of auditors and assessors for the Borough of Grantham is to take place on Tuesday next. The Prince

The Election of auditors and assessors for the Borough of Grantham is to take place on Tuesday next. The Prince

of Wales is expected to pass through Grantham on Tuesday next his journey to Lincoln, where he is to be the guest of Mr. Chaplin. The Farmers' Benevolent Institution.—Wo have much pleasure in stating that the Right Hon. Earl Brownlow has made a donation £10 10s. to the funds of
February 26, 1870 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England