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GRANTHAM POLICE-COURT.

GRANTHAM POLICE-COURT.

Monday. (Before G. W. Shipman, Esq. (in the chair), S. L. Williamson, S. Bentley-Rudd, and J. Handley Parker, Could Nor What Liked.—Ernest 29, labourer, of 7, was charged with being druuk and disorderly in Grant ley-street, on July '^Oth. —P.c. Miles said saw accused at 10.10 p.
26 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MONTROSE MILLWORKER

MONTROSE MILLWORKER

Goes in for a Dip, But Gets Beyond His Depth and is Drowned. Alex. Walker, mill worker. Union Street, Montrose, was drowned near the bathing station at. Montrose this forenoon. Deceased had been away from the beach where he had left his clothing half an hour {before and was miss
26 July 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE KING'S PRIZE. SH

THE KING'S PRIZE. SH

OOTING IN GREAT EVENT AT BISLEY. Sergeant Ommundsen's Rapid Firing. Bisley, Saturday. This is the last and all-important day of the meeting, when the King's Prize winner will decide and also the much-coveted trophy, [the St Georgo's Challenge Vase, which is the ' handsomest troph
26 July 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FOUR CHILDREN DEAD.

FOUR CHILDREN DEAD.

Mother's Tragic Search. A terrible calamity befel Mrs John Cooper, a farmer's wife, living near Knoxville, Tennessee, when her four young children, the eldest of whom was eight years of age, were all killed within the space of a few hours, Mrs Cooper had been busy washing clothe
26 July 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CINEMA PLOTS BY PEERESS.

CINEMA PLOTS BY PEERESS.

Titled Women Engaged in Writing Plays. the ranks those busily turning out films plots for the übiquitous oinema theatre is now added the Marchioness Townshend, who has entered into contract with a film manufacturing company supply them with film plots for a year. The Marchioness
26 July 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
On View Montro«« Golf Tournament. Absolutely The Finest COLF CRIP fver on a Club. THE "WASHUP" (PATENT) GRIP." Made ol

On View Montro«« Golf Tournament. Absolutely The Finest COLF CRIP fver on a Club. THE "WASHUP" (PATENT) GRIP." Made ol

Finest Gow-Hide. Will lor Ye&ra. Wipe your Washup Grip over with your Wet S-ponge and you will Get the Effect. Tackiness will N«?er Wear Off. Try one your Driver. On gale at Morris, JSt Andrews: Auohtfrlonie. Andrew*; Oiaigie, Montrose; Winton. Montroef. Friee, 1/3. ' put Club.
26 July 1913 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOTTESFORD.

BOTTESFORD.

Laws Tnrais. —The members of the Lawn Tennis Club had an enjoyable afternoon Saturday last, when tournament was played. The games were for mixed doubles, and there was sealed handicap. The results were as follows :—lst, Miss 11. H. James and Mr. Silverwood, 28; 2nd, Miss M. Mill
26 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
FOLKINGHAM.

FOLKINGHAM.

Hat Harvest.—Practically speaking, the whole "he hav and seed cropa are now safely stored, and the 'it has been secured in excellent condition. Scholastic Success.—The result of the Kesteven Scholarship Examination, just to hand, announces the success of Master Donald Scargall,
26 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
SLEAFORD.

SLEAFORD.

Lawn Tennis.—The Sleaford and Newark Clubs met at Sleaford on Saturday last, when the homesters were victorious by nine rubbers to none. New Church.—The sum of £65 was raised at the recent garden party at *' The Limes " in aid of the fund for building a new Church in the cricket
26 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
SPORTS AND PASTIMES.

SPORTS AND PASTIMES.

Another Grantham Cricket Week has com® and gone, and surely that of 1913 will rank as about the best we have experienced for |nany years. To start with, the weather was fine—a record; the " gates" were excellent, and an improvement on any Week of late years; and the results were
26 July 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England