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The CHAIRMAN said the had pow. r to the income. I kmrw eereral f»r-mei>. whom I call large farmers, who

The CHAIRMAN said the had pow. r to the income. I kmrw eereral f»r-mei>. whom I call large farmers, who

don't ' rhat t ' ,r an . The ASSISTANT CLERK; I believe the cmsurance committees have divided not to 1 '! IlL, . Present, but conwult with the medical men. It seemed to that the doctors argument a fairlr reasonable one. J . r * I underwland fixed the income hnr.t come time ago J
11 January 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
**LAST WORD” IN SCHOOLS.

**LAST WORD” IN SCHOOLS.

The Lindsey Conntr Conncil are «ipi»eed to have built what is termed the ** last word ** in elementary echoola at Scunth©n»e, which formally opened on Monday. Certainly magnificent suite of t>«ildings. and the principle underlying U all w to have a school much on open-aar lines
11 January 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
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11 January 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Old “Salts.”

Old “Salts.”

Another Committeeman; Captain John Mawer, is one of the oldest members the Society. was enrolled 1856. and about the same time joined the Oddfellows. Captain Mawer will be on the of next month, and he went to sea when twelve years age in a small vessel named the Steady, owned hi
11 January 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

I 1 his space is open for the express.on •! our readers' opinions on matters of public interest. Correspondents who do not wish their names published with their letter* must nevertheless send their names and addresses to the Editor, who will regard the same as confidential. No l
11 January 1913 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England
 
Men’s and Boys’ Overcoats, t- lannel Shirts, Pyjamas, etc. ODDMENTS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST, 58 and 60, DEVONSHIRE ROAD. BEXHILL-ON-SEA.

Men’s and Boys’ Overcoats, t- lannel Shirts, Pyjamas, etc. ODDMENTS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST, 58 and 60, DEVONSHIRE ROAD. BEXHILL-ON-SEA.

am sure any scheme which affords an HROTHFKHOOD ANPI THP agreeable resort in inclement weather in DIvUI AINW fit the summer, and provides pleasant- CIIILDREN.
11 January 1913 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England
 
Town at Li tie Common.

Town at Li tie Common.

t*iiiii the Town Club visited Little Common Saturday and played the village club, winning a pleasant game five goals to nil. Tin- Town had only a weak team. I>eing without Dale. Scott, Miller and Dyne; but the men played a rattling game. They shaped better jierhaps than they hav
11 January 1913 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England
 
WASTED

WASTED

LA.DV highly r--<oianien3e exprneiiivd MILLIN'Kit, from W«*t London hmww'; nstrich (euthert clwnod and boaa a speciality; Uvlim’ own materiofe uaetl if desired.—M. Thomas. 1, Kenilwortli-roail. Bt. ANTKI •. all kinds of iToiit* »ith ran.—Apply to \V. patferr-on, 5.’, IVrthroad.
11 January 1913 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England
 
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11 January 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KIT CARSON. THE BLIND DETECTIVE.

KIT CARSON. THE BLIND DETECTIVE.

All cuius, to E. DottruJge. SO. ion-at.. Oldham. Is 1 HILL MTTrHKLSOVS ro.’S. • New productions: THE BLACKGUARD THE Ol EEN REGIMENT WHO IS SHE?” -FOR HER.” THE KING AND THE UNKNOWN WOMAN." ' REVENGE." ' TRAITOR.” E. Hill Mitchelson. inn. 13. GRAND T.. LANCASTER. FLORENCE GLOBSOP
11 January 1913 - The Era - London, London, England