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A NEW DISCOVERY.

A NEW DISCOVERY.

NEW DISCOVERY. The new discovery Cadum has astonished the medical world because of the thousands of re markable cures it has effected of eczema and other distressing skin diseases. From the moment it is applied to anv skin trouble immediate relief is felt and a complete cure quic
28 October 1910 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ODDFELLOWS' CENTENARY.

ODDFELLOWS' CENTENARY.

The gathering members of the Loyal Albion Lodge of Oddfellows and visitors the Oddfellows'-hall on Friday evening in celebration of the centenary of the Manchester Unity must have constituted a record for meetings under the Lodge auspices, the large room, which was effectively d
28 October 1910 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SPALDING.

SPALDING.

Whist Drtvf. —A successful whiat drive was held ar the St. Nicholas Club, over 100 persons being' present. The hon. secretary (the Rev. R. P. Wade) performed the duties of M.C., and the function passed off successfully. The prizewinners were as under: Ladies: 1, Miss Scroggs, 17
28 October 1910 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE ASSIZES.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE ASSIZES.

Mr. Justice Bncknill opened the Assizes Monday morning. His Lordship attended service at All Saint©' church, where was accompanied by the High Sheriff (Mr. W. Bean, of Easton-on-the-Hill, Stamford). The ecrmon was preached by the High Sheriff's Chaplain, the Rev. F. Davenport (V
28 October 1910 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
ECZEMA KEPT BREAKING OUT.

ECZEMA KEPT BREAKING OUT.

For some four years, off and on, my face kept breaking out with eczema. It was most irritating and itching, I could hardly keep my fingers off it. At last, for six or eight months, my faoe was a mass of breaking-out all over. tried several ointments, but they did no good. Nothin
28 October 1910 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BILLINGBOROUGH.

BILLINGBOROUGH.

The harvest thanksgiving service at the Baptist chapel, Billingborough, was conducted by Mr. J. T. Hill, of Heckington. A Great Northern Railway drayman, named Maurice Hodson, while taking goods from waggon at Billingboro' station, over-balanced in moving a cake-breaker, and the
28 October 1910 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Jliiftion. LINCOLN FAT STOCK MARKET. TUESDAYS. NOVEMBER Ist and Bth. Messrs. Richardson and tinsley have FIRST TURN of SALE on

Jliiftion. LINCOLN FAT STOCK MARKET. TUESDAYS. NOVEMBER Ist and Bth. Messrs. Richardson and tinsley have FIRST TURN of SALE on

above dates. All trains met. Offices : Old Corn-exchange, Lincoln. M LINCOLN CATTLE MARKET. ESSRS. RICHARDSON and TINSLEY hold a SALE STORE STOCK every Friday. Winners of 1232 Prizes. CORNHILL. LINCOLN.—WEDNESDAY, Nov. 2nd. \f ESSRS. RICHARDSON and TINSLEY (instructed by Messrs.
28 October 1910 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
COLSTERWORTH.

COLSTERWORTH.

Rummage Sale.—As result of rummage sale held at liigbfield, on Thursday, in aid the Self Help Club, 9s. Bd. was banked, after paying expeuaes. Church Free Debt.—A final effort was made by the Weslevans of this village to clear off the remainder of the debt on their renovated pre
22 October 1910 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
CASTLE BYTHAM.

CASTLE BYTHAM.

Men's Ci.iib.—This has been re-opened, for three Bights weekly, very moderate charge. Billiards, bagatelle, ana other games are provided. Evbniko Classes are held on Monday (woodwork), Tuesday (tinging and music), Wednesday (needlework), Thursday (geography and history). They ar
22 October 1910 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Things a Woman Can Seldom Do !

Things a Woman Can Seldom Do !

The great advantage of being man, in soma people's eyes, that man has much mora freedum than woman. Ordinarily can go where he likes and live where he likes. He may choose bis own trade or profession, and be the architect of bis own fortune. A woman oan't always these things, an
22 October 1910 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England