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LOWDHAM.

LOWDHAM.

I: URN STOMA SALL—Excellent prices cre realised on Monday at Messrs. J. H. Bradt , . ell and Sons' sale of Mr. Gershoin Simpson's surplus stock at Brakes Farm, thorpc. near I.oWdhalll. Mr. Simpson' , herd of I .inc Oln pedigree curly. oated pigs amass attract a good sale. In add
27 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
OUR SHORT STORY. , LOVElt*i TWO.

OUR SHORT STORY. , LOVElt*i TWO.

OUR SHORT STORY. , TWO. It UN. rtinin; hard. A n....-paper vendor. lounging 0 well op his rav,rd turstvollar mid shivered, minterin; grange oaths aftern.m, a• he h..araely slanite.l the !met t;nseo , .ine content,. .if his panel,. and nienta!:g his hick uti only mild hall-a-.. he
27 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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27 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
F. SMITH, 3, Nursery Place, Newark. Painter. Paperhanger.&c. Best Materials only used. Estimates given,

F. SMITH, 3, Nursery Place, Newark. Painter. Paperhanger.&c. Best Materials only used. Estimates given,

27 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
HOSPITAL LADIES' LINEN ASSOCIATION. Annual Meeting. SPLENDID FINANCIAL RESULT.

HOSPITAL LADIES' LINEN ASSOCIATION. Annual Meeting. SPLENDID FINANCIAL RESULT.

The fifteenth annuid meeting of the Newark and Di , trict Hospital Lathes' Linen Association W3S in the Board Room of the Institution on Thursday aftornoon when Mes. Bran- presided. th , r.e also present Iving Mrs, Conitahle Curtis. the Ex-Mayoress , Mrs. 11. E. Branst.ml. Mrs.
27 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NEWARK BOARD OF GUAR:ANS. The Relief Scheme.

NEWARK BOARD OF GUAR:ANS. The Relief Scheme.

The fortnight' meeting of the Newark Board a Guardian , u held at the ttington on Tue,day u hen Mt. J. C. Kew, J.P., pre,ided. THE RELIEF SCHEME. After the relief cases had been dee 't with the Rehm ing Ofih er, Mr. Pearson, said to enable the Guardians to know ex. activ vi hat
27 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
A WRONG,

A WRONG,

We cannot be wholly in love with high qualities it Iry tall ior Irriglils in ethers. we Cannot rejoice in the good dee4 if onr neighbour becauie it is there is sonittbing wrong with our bearta.
27 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
£5 to £l,OOO ADVANCED To all respectable householders upon thew own Simple Promissory NOtO4 without sureties, and the strictest priciry

£5 to £l,OOO ADVANCED To all respectable householders upon thew own Simple Promissory NOtO4 without sureties, and the strictest priciry

guaranteed No preliminary fees. no delay, and no genuise application ever refused. Interest strictly moderate. and repayments arranged to suit borrower's own convenience. No Bills of Sale taken or objectionable enquiries mode. Application in confidence to THE PROGRESSIVE LOAN AN
27 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
. Here's a " • Grand ‘ll Bargain. This fine Dining Room Suite, comprising dropend settee. 2 easy chairs and

. Here's a " • Grand ‘ll Bargain. This fine Dining Room Suite, comprising dropend settee. 2 easy chairs and

4 smalls. covered velvet or tapestry of choice designs. thoroughly well sprung and upholstered. 20 Guineas. If you do not happen to have the ready cash we will supply this suite or any other—or a complete home for that matter—on terms that will not inconvenience you. Your word o
27 May 1922 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England
 
RIGISTIRED roa TRANSMISSION R 4 TIES UNIT=

RIGISTIRED roa TRANSMISSION R 4 TIES UNIT=

roa TRANSMISSION R 4 UNIT= 10 ' • I 11 , 1 • , .
05 February 1927 - Newark Herald - Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England