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EADY & PULLEY, LTD. 2 I cr • BREWERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, MARKET HARBOROUGH. • Their Ales Smut •re

EADY & PULLEY, LTD. 2 I cr • BREWERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, MARKET HARBOROUGH. • Their Ales Smut •re

brewed from Malt made from Carefully Selected Barley and Hem a nd with water pronounced in analysis "very pure." They are also guaranteed to be free from arsenic oe any other deleterious matter. NO PURER BEERS CAN BE PRODUCED. SUPPLIED IN CASK AND SPIRITS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES
June 6, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED, Chief Offi.o: 7, WATERJ.OO PLACE. PALL MALL, LONDON, B.W R. J. PRICE. Esq.. M.P.. Clairman.. I.

CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED, Chief Offi.o: 7, WATERJ.OO PLACE. PALL MALL, LONDON, B.W R. J. PRICE. Esq.. M.P.. Clairman.. I.

Sworn Mansion., London. &W. VALENTINE BENNETT. 75. Dyne-road, &voodoobury. W, 108, Colincoenroo. Birmingham. SIR HENRY F. HIBBERT, J.P., DaleganA, Cboder. Lanni. MALCOLM GUTHRIE. Esq.. J.P.. 12, Gambier terrace, Liverpool. FREDERICK TEIIFLE. Erg 123, Mall. London, &W. F. J. LELS
June 6, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
Ns. 0 0 0 0 10 Rich City merchant; Tall and dark, gond all. A manufacturer; a I A handsome

Ns. 0 0 0 0 10 Rich City merchant; Tall and dark, gond all. A manufacturer; a I A handsome

ofg:er. A millionaire; blind in London,steam rooml athlete, export bachelor, with no I Upright and h.gli- tor last lon yo f, . grouse moor in to • player; franti- hobbies. Shrewd and . minded is yore pop*. fond of innsir, but Scotland; irritable, a rally conceited, lives cautiou
June 6, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
sari WHEELER. Bank Chambers, Ail Town HaII-aquaria Leicester. (non* 1.050.) On sal* (free of Commiteion and subjeet):— £l.OOO Laic...ter Qirpuration

sari WHEELER. Bank Chambers, Ail Town HaII-aquaria Leicester. (non* 1.050.) On sal* (free of Commiteion and subjeet):— £l.OOO Laic...ter Qirpuration

3i per rent., at £lOl 19-.: Lipton, SI 27.. 3d. 9 National Prorinrial £l2 paid at £45 10..; 5 London City and at £46 bd.; 25 John at ;„ 40 PllllO.O sr eV ss. ; 100 S'yniinaton at 19, ; .60 ,:irnpkin and J•me+ at 20.. 9d.; b United (*.unties Ranks at Ell 10.. Ea& item be divided.
June 6, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
I CRICKET CLUB FIXTURES, I MARKET 11.IIIBOROEGH, Flier XI. June 13-Dealimeugh 20-Leicemer 27-Ki d July 4 -I.oughborothels 18-Leice.ter .......... lemur

I CRICKET CLUB FIXTURES, I MARKET 11.IIIBOROEGH, Flier XI. June 13-Dealimeugh 20-Leicemer 27-Ki d July 4 -I.oughborothels 18-Leice.ter .......... lemur

25-Rotheell 1-linightun . ........ 15-Kettering • 17-Leicestershire GeeffigrariMi honw • 1919-Dr. Mott XL - • 20-County 2nd XL 4 ' 21- • 1;2--11k.borcitigh TON n Sept. 5---Eppiagham • Criclet Wet& stacesn XI. b- Sit. cad Wot Lemma 13-Deslionew h 27-Kibworilat July and We Leaven
June 6, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
. . TIIE ARTILLERY QUARTERS.

. . TIIE ARTILLERY QUARTERS.

Colonel Massey, Officer Commanding, Royal I Artillery, Eastern Command, reported upon the ad•ptability of the old Hall, Peterhor,ough, for Artillery purposes With reg•rd to the Royal Engineer Volunteer Droll that I would require to be entirely pulled down, and there was not suff
July 4, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
MOTHERS IN PANIC.

MOTHERS IN PANIC.

fly this time all sorts of wild rumours had spread among the people who lite in the die triet which the scholars come—detailed of how bathe-dozen children bed poisoned and carriesl deed out of the school, and so on. In incredibly short tine the relmol we* belieged by panic.strie
July 4, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
BIRTHDAY HONOURS. WELLINGBOROUGH POLICE.

BIRTHDAY HONOURS. WELLINGBOROUGH POLICE.

Priday.—Before 11r. C. J. E. Woe Oa ibo chair). N. P. Sharman, Mr. E. !Marrow', Mr J. Claridge. LICENCE TRAV,FERS. Mr. J. T. Parker applied for the full transfer of the outdoor beerbouse, Rushden, from the late Mrs. Robinson to A. Robinson Mow). —Granted.—Mr. Parker •leo applied
July 4, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
MtestroN TUC CANAL.—TItere war bOrlie {%litemeolt atitong-t the few people who were watthing the Loat• on the canal on Tu**date'

MtestroN TUC CANAL.—TItere war bOrlie {%litemeolt atitong-t the few people who were watthing the Loat• on the canal on Tu**date'

ttiaht. Meet.. Alartin, Durrett, and F Wood were peteticing in the canoe, when the boat ..inldettly turned and threw ghetto all into • deep part of the water. Martin and Dutral anima and Mr. Wood managed to get bold of the canoe and to get to the batik with it. Fortunately, none
July 4, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
THE SUFFRAGETTE DEHOSSTRA. Miss Logan Arristed.

THE SUFFRAGETTE DEHOSSTRA. Miss Logan Arristed.

the 29 women a,•te.ied Tut..lay .0 eletneetion with the -uffragette demoted's. timi London on Wednemlay Moe Logi., the ekleat danghter no Mr. J. W. Logan, of Eliot Isngten Grange, and formerb M.P. for Harborough THE AGAINST MISS LOGAN. Willi Iwo exceptions, all die ItOlllCll arr
July 4, 1908 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England