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MIDNIGHT MARRIAGE LEGAL

MIDNIGHT MARRIAGE LEGAL

Ur. Justice Kenny delivered judgment in Dublin in the strange matrimonial case of Umber v. Dasher. The petitioner was a young man living in his father's country mansion. In order to go a marriage service with a Catholic domestic menet In his father's household be renounced his P
27 January 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
ANTHRACITE The " ESSE "

ANTHRACITE The " ESSE "

Series. Thoroughly Up-to-date, Perfectly Fitted, and Beautifully Finished. Will burn continuously throughout the winter without re-lighting. For Offices, Living Rooms, Bedrooms, Sick Rooms, Hospitals. Recommended by the Institute of Hygiene. Healthier than Gas Fires. Cheaper tha
27 January 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
Latest Markets.

Latest Markets.

NEWMARKET CATTLE MARKET. About an average supply of stock for January, and a good attendance of local and distant buyers. A better trade for matte°, and beef and pork sold at the improved rates. Shearlingo from Mr I W Peacock 55a, hoggots from Kr Martin Slater 544 64, Lord Durha
27 January 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
marrisa VENtrange, ' cadet, MINERS' BALLOT FIGURES. FOUR TO ONE MAJORITY VOTE FOR A STRIKE.

marrisa VENtrange, ' cadet, MINERS' BALLOT FIGURES. FOUR TO ONE MAJORITY VOTE FOR A STRIKE.

The miners of tho country were asked to vote ea the following question : Ars you in favour of giving notice to establish the principle of a minimum wage for every man and boy working under ground in the mines of Great Britain? The result was declared on Thursday as follows: For
27 January 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
ANCIENT BUILDING FOUND.

ANCIENT BUILDING FOUND.

The reconstruction of Goodrich ouse. Hatfield, now being carried out for Mr. F. W. Speaight, has disclosed the remains of a sixteenth century timber building, which has been hidden by brickwork for over 200 years. A large number of silver and copper coins, dating from the time o
27 January 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 

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CAPITAL AND LABOUR.

CAPITAL AND LABOUR.

I am impremed with one element in the Socialist remedy for strikes, that which seeks to show the that suits between capital and labour. vie., that it is *illy by • wholehearted 00-operation between capital sad labour that industry eaa be successfully carried on—LORD Rosin? Caen,
27 January 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
Newmarket Grammar School (Glenwood College, &stab. Boarding awl Day School. Most healthily situated. Field for Pupils successful in the Camb.

Newmarket Grammar School (Glenwood College, &stab. Boarding awl Day School. Most healthily situated. Field for Pupils successful in the Camb.

Local, Civil Service and Trinity Coll. (Music) Examinations. Old Bon now well placed. DRAWING and (all branches) taught by the Principal, National Medallist in Art. (Piano, Singling, theory), Mies M. E. Buy, A.T.C.L. ORGAN, Mr. 'lterair. VIOLIN and DANCING, Miss Lily Turner. Gir
27 January 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
WHEN MATCHES wELE INVENTED.

WHEN MATCHES wELE INVENTED.

WHEN MATCHES INVENTED. Nearly a hundred years ago file ma-lies which would ignite by friction were introduced England. They were called chemical matches, and were composed of compounds like sulphuric acid and chlorate. and they came from Paris, where they were first used in 1816.
04 May 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
SATS' TAILS.

SATS' TAILS.

Amusing statements were made at Samford Rural District Contrail in a discussion on the destruction of rats, which has been going on since the outbreak of plague. Payment is maze for rats killed. A member complained that only the rats' tails and not the bodies were taken from tho
02 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England
 
LAYING A GHOST.

LAYING A GHOST.

A terrible instance of superstition is reported from Hungary. A boy of fourteen died some days ago in a small village. A farmer, in whose employment the boy had been, thought that the ghost of the latter appeared to him every night. In order to put a stop to these supposed viait
02 March 1912 - Newmarket Journal - Newmarket, Suffolk, England