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KEDMILE.

KEDMILE.

OBDr*Li.ow»Hir special meeting the Loyal Belvoir Lodge of Oddfellows, M.U., held Old Windmill Inn on Monday evening laat, was decided to hold Church parade and dinner on Feast Tuesday in other years. With the exception of one occasion aboat thirty-five ago, this event has been c
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
WHY LINCOLNSHIRE LABOURERS FLIT.

WHY LINCOLNSHIRE LABOURERS FLIT.

VIKWS OF THE BISHOP. The Bishop of Lincoln remarks in the Diocesan Magaainc : My innocent inquiries to the reason why Lincolnshire labourers so commonly flit from farm farm every spring (and sometimes for quite long distances) have awakeued wide interest, and drawn many answers.
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Windfall for G.N. Shcxtbes.—The question of 810 interpretation of the agreement between the Great Northern Railway Company and their uhunfcers

Windfall for G.N. Shcxtbes.—The question of 810 interpretation of the agreement between the Great Northern Railway Company and their uhunfcers

relative to hours has recently been before the independent chairman, his Honour Judge Austin. The Company's contention was that they were entitled to work these men nine hours day, with one hoar for meals. The men, however, held that this was a violation of the agreement, which
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
COSTON.

COSTON.

Chotr Outing.—The members of the choir, accompanied by the Rector and a few friends, journeyed from Saxby station to Skegness on Monday week. The weather wss very favourable, and the train arrived at Skegness at 9 a.m., and did not leave till 7 p.m., the party spent a long enjoy
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP.

The Guards' Tattoo. King, Colonel-in-Chief of the four regiments of Guards# aud the Queen showed their sympathy for a very deserving military charity attending the torchlight tattoo of the Brigade Guards, in the grcftnds of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, on the night June &7th. Th
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM GOLF CLUB.

GRANTHAM GOLF CLUB.

Ladies' Gold Brooch /or July. Gross. Hen. Net. Mrs. A. J. Benson, 95 67 Mrs. E. ... 32 78 Miss Willoughby 109 30 79 Miss G. Tavlor 118 36 82 Mrs. A. J. B. ... 115 32 83
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
In the King's Bench Division, on iTond«.y, £100 damages were award4N Cork fanner named O'Brien against the Oceanic Steam Navigation

In the King's Bench Division, on iTond«.y, £100 damages were award4N Cork fanner named O'Brien against the Oceanic Steam Navigation

Commdj for the loss of tus son the Titanic disaster.
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
jioticrs. EXPRESS .At. EXCURSIONS from GRANTHAM. EASTERN COUNTIES (Cromer, Shehinohav, Yarmouth. Lowestoft, Etc..) Each Friday, for 7, 8, 14, or

jioticrs. EXPRESS .At. EXCURSIONS from GRANTHAM. EASTERN COUNTIES (Cromer, Shehinohav, Yarmouth. Lowestoft, Etc..) Each Friday, for 7, 8, 14, or

15 Days. To NOTTINGHAM (Racks), July 7 and 8, for 1 Day. To PETERBOROUGH (Show), on July 8, 9, and 10. for Day. To SOUTH of ENGLAND (Brightox, Bournemouth, Eastbourne, Hastings, Etc.), Each Friday, for 8 or Days. To WEST ENGLAND (Ilfracombe, Exeter. Barnstaple, Plvxocth, Etc.),
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
IRK MfKTION'KU Goow, AMD TMBM WILL SEE THE THAT SMITH & WARREN *0C AT 14, CASTLEGATE, GRANTHAM. ——# 8/6.—A beautiful

IRK MfKTION'KU Goow, AMD TMBM WILL SEE THE THAT SMITH & WARREN *0C AT 14, CASTLEGATE, GRANTHAM. ——# 8/6.—A beautiful

Electro-Plato Nickel Silver CRUET, four-bottled, handle; a offer. 2/11.—Half-dozsn DESSERT KNIVES, best Sheffield make. 5/11.—A Full-size BRASS ASHPAN, jest forfeited, in pood condition ; can be 9/6. —SARDINE DISH, very frdod Electroplate Nickel Silver; woj main most uaefnl pres
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
OAKHAM UNION. FEMALE GENERAL ASSISTANT. WANTED, » Toon* Single Woman, u GENERAL ASSISTANT »t Oakham Workhouse. i ' Salary £16

OAKHAM UNION. FEMALE GENERAL ASSISTANT. WANTED, » Toon* Single Woman, u GENERAL ASSISTANT »t Oakham Workhouse. i ' Salary £16

per UDom, with board (no beer), lodging, and washing. Particulars >■ to the duties may obtained of the Matron. . Applications, slating age and previous occopationa, accompanied bv testimonial, to be forwarded Use if.a L. Xi w W KATTfI. Hark HULUIUUttUICU ko3Miuvu», «v ■■ Matron.
5 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England