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Offices: BPALDING, BOURNE. A STAMFORD.

Offices: BPALDING, BOURNE. A STAMFORD.

ATTENBOROUGH A CO. AGRICULTURAL A GENERAL AUCTIONEERS. TENANT-RIGHT. PROPERTY, A PROBATE VALUERS. LAND. HOUSE, A INSURANCE AGENTS. WEEKLY CATTLE MARKETS TUESDAY. MELTON MOWBRAY. TUESDAY. MARKET HARBOROUGH. WEDNESDAY, LEICESTER FAT STOCK. SATURDAY, LEICESTER STORE STOCK. "«» »» :
16 October 1915 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
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16 October 1915 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOURNE AND DISTRICT RED CROSS ARRANGEMENTS FOR "OUR OAT."

BOURNE AND DISTRICT RED CROSS ARRANGEMENTS FOR "OUR OAT."

A meeting of tho General Committee of the Bourne ami District Red Cross Society was held at the Institute, Bourne, on Thursday week, under the presidency of the Counter of AncasW r. There were also present Mrs. Birch-Reymardaon (Holywell Hall), Mrs. Jonc* (Irnhsm Hall), Mrs. A.
16 October 1915 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE GRANTHAM JOURNAL, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1915."PAGE

THE GRANTHAM JOURNAL, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1915."PAGE

Jw. H. Wooley, of Leicester, for similar offeqca, was also ordered pay like amount. Charles Warfener, Keisby, for riding a cycle with* out light, had to pay 7s. 6d. Jae. W. Macer and Wm. Hilhon, both of Peterborough, were charged by P.c. Paehlcy with riding without lights, West
16 October 1915 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
WEEKLY AVERAGES.

WEEKLY AVERAGES.

WHEAT. ; BARLEY. 1915. or atones. i. per 32 stones. White. Red. Grinding. Mai tin tr. Sept. 25... 44 6 44 6t045 6 - I 43/- 47- Oct. V -to - 46-to 47 - 38'- [46-to 47- Oct. 9... 50,- to - 50- to 51 - 43,'- KDIAN ht. , CORK, per 1 i3B atones. [34 atones OATS. per etooes. Sept. 25.
16 October 1915 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP. Day." Thursday, October 21st, haa been set apart for a project of the most vital and important character.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP. Day." Thursday, October 21st, haa been set apart for a project of the most vital and important character.

"Our Day" it appropriately named by the Britiah Red Croaa Society and the Order of St. John, for the excellent reason that "from dhrly morn to dewy eve " continuous demand will be made upon all sorts, conditions, and classes, contribute their common funds. Change the point of vi
16 October 1915 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
sth Battalion (T.F.)

sth Battalion (T.F.)

Battalion (T.F.) Killed—Goodwin 1928 J. W. Wounded—Barley 3127 J., Blow 1535 S., Bromhead 2332 J., Burnett 3622 S.. Chambers 1657 H., Cook 2744 A., Cooper 1534 W., Croasland 2706 H., Dent 3184 J. W., Dixon 2456 J. W., Smith 2721 A. H., Jacklin 2666 T., King 1750 A., Mann 2670 Lan
16 October 1915 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
An Old Story.

An Old Story.

My bittencet wrestde with a parson, an M. A. to boot, and we writhed around the pages of a monthly magazine. In my innocent way I had re. ferred to a El - nun-pox epidemic and esteemed the virtue of vaocfination; and, next month, he (whom we will cal.) MT X. came down like an As
16 October 1915 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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-*- - Letters rating to thie column. Ahould addressed to Dr. Robert VVltateon., e.jo"Northern Weekly Gazette. - 11ilicklieehrough. note: No acute cases. snrgrinal nr skin troubles, or anythtng that needs seeing ca.n be advised on. AI the equator the diameter of the earth is 7,926
16 October 1915 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
COME UNTO ME.

COME UNTO ME.

gad with disappointments grievous, Lord we come to Thee, Knowing Thou will never leave us, Lord we joy in Thee. Tired out with care and burden, .Lord we fall on Thee. Th)u v li give us sweeteot guerdon, lord we rest on Thee. Anxious for the unknown morrow, Lord we turn to Thee,
16 October 1915 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England