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LINCOLNSHIRE! AGRICULTURISTS AND THE SMALL HOLDINGS BILL.

LINCOLNSHIRE! AGRICULTURISTS AND THE SMALL HOLDINGS BILL.

LINCOLNSHIRE CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE. A special meeting the Council of the Lincolnshire Chamber of Agriculture held in Lincoln last Friday, when the Small Holdings and Allotments Bill was considered, and it was resolved unanimously, " That this Chamber being strongly in favour of
28 June 1907 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
PETERBOROUGH.—The Cathedral. Fifth Sunday after Trinity. 8.15 a.m. : Holy communion. 11 a.m. : Morning prayer, Narcrin F; anthem, "The

PETERBOROUGH.—The Cathedral. Fifth Sunday after Trinity. 8.15 a.m. : Holy communion. 11 a.m. : Morning prayer, Narcrin F; anthem, "The

eves of all" (Kccton), 407; preacher, Rev. F. C. Aldcrson, offertory hymn, 553; holy communion, in E flat. 3.30 p.m. : Evening prayer, Nares in F; anthem, Lord is verv 683. 6.30 p.m. : Litany"; hymns 230, 534, 229, 215, 28; preachcr, Hon. Canon Hulbort, Vicar of Towcestor. Canon
28 June 1907 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
jWhat You Need. When you are poor your need is I 'money. Whea hungry, you needl Food. When you are

jWhat You Need. When you are poor your need is I 'money. Whea hungry, you needl Food. When you are

" out-of-sorts " your I greatest need is Guy's Tonic. Because Guy's Tonic restores Health and Strength in a way that nothing else does. It makes you Bright, Energetic and well. It makes llife worth living. does this pleasantly 1 safely and sorely—and the benefit lasting. Guy's T
28 June 1907 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
M Page.—4. Lumler iad obligingi Lincoln. In B»iihou»e end KttMtlai. la bMd * smalls. Ollerton. breaA, cakes M Porter and

M Page.—4. Lumler iad obligingi Lincoln. In B»iihou»e end KttMtlai. la bMd * smalls. Ollerton. breaA, cakes M Porter and

UBO " Bridlingtonmm Third; help with md c»rt. Live in. Stead? SUE* /»-*■! V tec and moul<i; t® in.—foioK Upper "to Baking. cnce. Apply to in Bakehouse 'State ago tad wage.— good bread bind, used ■ —i—..r. To live in.—Age. , Lacoby. Grimsby. .ku mix and mould stating wage, Cleeth
28 June 1907 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOQ*HORPE. J of MEADOW GRASS (to «o off). OHN mad SONS, favoured with instruction*. w.ll Often tor SALE AUCTION, the

HOQ*HORPE. J of MEADOW GRASS (to «o off). OHN mad SONS, favoured with instruction*. w.ll Often tor SALE AUCTION, the

Bine BeH on Saturday next, Jna» Mfch, 7 o'clock, precisely, the following valuable Crops MEADOW GRASS, vis.— Quantity. A.R.P. That in Ths Three Acres" "Drain Piece," belonging the Trustees the Musses Stewart, deceaml, in 1 Lot 3 0 19 And those Mr. Frederick. Lill, growing on lat
28 June 1907 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM.

GRANTHAM.

B*. Oxonsa'a Missiot, ♦b-morrow (Sunday), (he second anniversary of it. George's Mission will be observed, and the. Special prettober to be the Rev. W. T. Keeling, Head-master the King** School. A £50 still required to free the building from debt,.and it earnestly hoped that all
8 June 1907 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM TECHNICAL INSTITUTE.

GRANTHAM TECHNICAL INSTITUTE.

BHAItli 19 BE GRANTHAM CITIZENS AND FOLK STRONGLY PROTEST. Clan——d the Ts«m and Undeey County Teachers' Association, a meeting was bald at tbe Guildhall, Grantham, on Saturday afternoon. Originally, the intention of tbe promoters was to give tbe members of the organisation an op
8 June 1907 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MORTON.

MORTON.

Parish —Then «m ft mAtinr of the Parish Council, at the Public Hall, evening, the 3rd rest-, at which all the members were preeent. The Chairman (Mr. R. Rodgera) mad letter which had from the Ooasty Council, the«nbjeet Small was that defeats reply ant made until another applicat
8 June 1907 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BRANT BROUGHTON.

BRANT BROUGHTON.

There passed away 011 Saturday morning, the comparatively early age of forty-one, Mr. Sainuel Hall, who for the last eight years had been landlord of the R3d Lion Inn, in this village. lie was well known in Newark, where for a very long period he was headostler the Clinton Arms
8 June 1907 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
ORSTON.

ORSTON.

Dbciasc. —It is with since regret that have ta chronicle the death of very old and highlv-respectei' inhabitant of this village, in the person of Mrs. Maria Baker, widow of Mr. Mark Baker, which occurred Sunday, after a very brief illness, at the advanced aga of eighty-five year
8 June 1907 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England