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THREE BESTS.

THREE BESTS.

POULTRY L|VER | Chickens and Adults. 17 - cwt. 9/- |cm t—Oarri««e Paid. In 7-lb. Packets of all Corn Merchants, 1/3. Pigeons HEALTH GRIT Bure Winner. 7/- cwt. - i-cwi— Carriajre Paid Of all Corn Merchants in Id. & 8«1 bags. Cage Birds Desiccated Yolk Rears Canaries from the Shel
28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
A SOCIETY

A SOCIETY

has now been started for the rejuvenation of this old breed, with its "Wad quarters in Kirkcudbrightshire, and it hoped that it will get sufficient amount of support to start. There great movement the Development campaign to encourage the breeding the lighter of horses, and ther
28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRASS AND FRUIT TREES.

GRASS AND FRUIT TREES.

Wt» are getting more and more to understand evil of » layer of grass where young fruit trees ure being planted in an orchard. The Koval Agricultural ijociatyV experiments have* shown this, but apparently up to the present one has been able to explain why «uch evil results from t
28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOW TO PLANT A YOUNG TREE.

HOW TO PLANT A YOUNG TREE.

does not seem to be of a lasting nature, however, because the removal of the grass followed immediate improvement. Dead sod is all fight so long as the growth of the grass is stopped, and thus in planting an orchard or a young fruit tree, it necessary first to pare off the top.
28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY

PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY

28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
SWINESHEAD.

SWINESHEAD.

Olovib.— Cowley Son offered for ►ale at the “Wheat Sheaf” on Tuesduv evening, 7 res of glover on the Broad.ngs Farms. The glover wa* offered in four lots, but there were no bidders. It was then offered in one lot and also in two lote, and there w.i- again bidding. understand tha
28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
FETE DAY AT SWINESHEAD. Pleasant Times on Vicarage Lawn. OPENING CEREMONY BY MISS GLADSTONE. Wednesday »a6 f«t« dav luad, and

FETE DAY AT SWINESHEAD. Pleasant Times on Vicarage Lawn. OPENING CEREMONY BY MISS GLADSTONE. Wednesday »a6 f«t« dav luad, and

nearly ail the of tho village, and aUo of the adjoining village-, flocked to the Vicarage Uardtn, agarden fete and »>ale of work was held aid ot the restoration of St. Mary’® Church beUa. weather in the morning was very threateiiuig, but about noon sun commenced shine, and conti
28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE BOSTON

THE BOSTON

130, Telephone 148. West
28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
spilsby

spilsby

liorse & Foal Show & Gala, lUESDAY, Islh JULY, 1913. NEARLY £lOO IN PRIZES. Classes for HUNTING MARKS and FOALS, SHIRE MARES and FOALS, and YEARLING FI LIES (open to the County of Lincoln). 3 Classes for TROTTING IN HARNESS, 3 for HORSE JUMPING open to All England N.B.—All Horse
28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
TWICE MAYOR OF LINCOLN

TWICE MAYOR OF LINCOLN

The death took place Lincoln Sunday Aid. E. Pratt, the age of y«ars. The deceased gent Lem had men with the public life of the for a of 30 year*, and twice filled the office of Mayor the city. I WANT HOLDROYOB. PLEASE. Mr. Pritchard, Cnnnington. Essex, says: ** I served through
28 June 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England