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BOSTON AMATEURS SHARE HONOURS WITH THE VICS.

BOSTON AMATEURS SHARE HONOURS WITH THE VICS.

Played on the Vies* ground, Saturday afternoon, and the match was of a very thrilling nature. Both teams were strongly represented, and lined follow®: Vies: Smith, goal; Smith and Mitcham, backs; Kochford. Watson and Kitchener, half-back*; Keal. hase, Oliver, Maddison, and Bladd
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOCK£Y.

HOCK£Y.

BOSTON LAW CLERKS v REVESBY Boston Law Clerk» journeved on Saturday, and met the village team in a friendly game. After a most fttrenuous contest. victory with the home team, who won four goals to three. It wa* a splendid game. feature which w.v the extraordinary goalkeeping Col
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
T. KITWOOD AND SONS. ssd BONDERS at WINES. SPIRITS t LIQUEURS.

T. KITWOOD AND SONS. ssd BONDERS at WINES. SPIRITS t LIQUEURS.

T. KITWOOD AND SONS. ssd BONDERS at WINES. SPIRITS LIQUEURS. “SPECIAL RESERVE.” The FINEST SCOTCH WHISKY procurable. Supplied In 8, 10, and SO gallon Casks; and in bottle at S 7 - per gallon. 6 per cent. Discount for Csllsrs ssd OScssi 1 & 3, STRAIT BARGATE, BOSTON. THE BICYCLE F
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOSTON ANGLING NOTES.

BOSTON ANGLING NOTES.

ißt Boost**.”) Something seem* decidedly wrong with the fi-li. for again and .*a hear of the roisters being "water licked.” Still the matches are held though the catches are far from heavy, fact, on Saturday last angler© competed in the old match length, and 61b. was the .iggreg
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
DALBY.

DALBY.

Hocxmr. —The Dolby Hall Hockey under the captaincy of Miss Cecily commenced practice for the prevent e»‘;u-on laet. There good min present, and a eucons»ful season .* I*- ing looked forward to.
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Protect Your Seed Wheat and other seed corn From birds and vermin using Corvusice D O la also a preventive

Protect Your Seed Wheat and other seed corn From birds and vermin using Corvusice D O la also a preventive

of premature ground rot and smut creasing. No nee» for bird mincers. High percentage germinal lon. Baves £1 for every 1 - spent No drill clogging Stocked and sold by W Crowder Son, Seedsmen. Horncastlc. George Walker, Chemist. Lincoln, fcxors. of A. C. Farmer, Chemist, spUsbj.
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
KILLED BY WATERCRESS.

KILLED BY WATERCRESS.

The Northwich Coroner held irqu st r William Pemberton. *5. who became II after eating waUrcrees. Dr. White said ninth was due diarrhrea with heart failure. could only attribute the illness the watercress. To people watercress was almo-t The Coroner said that the places from whi
18 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
LOVER KILLED.

LOVER KILLED.

At Hawley, near Aldershot, a gentleman named William Latham, who was motorcycling with his fiancee, into a motorcar driven by Lieutenant of the King's Royal Rifle Corps, la-tham was killed the spot. His companion was thrown into the roadway, but not much hurt.
18 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
MIDLAND COUNTIES Vow Merged In tha

MIDLAND COUNTIES Vow Merged In tha

tine. AccMeal BurgUry. rood* Motor C«r. Resident Secretory ALAN BROWN. Ns. . STRAIT BAROATE. BOSTON Scottish Union & National Insurance Company. ESTABLISHED 1824. Accumulated Funds over £6,750,000. QocUtlonA on application for Afummcß, Pension*, Fire, Ufe, Burglary* A rcldenta,
18 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
THIRTEEN SCHEiIES CONFIRMED

THIRTEEN SCHEiIES CONFIRMED

The following thirteeu schemes were confirmed by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries*;—Millington’s Land. Freiston, Glen Farm, Surfleet. Linton’s Farm, Freiston. Poplar Farm, Spalding Common. Nut Walk Farm and Cooper’s Land, Tvdd St. Mary. Star buck’s l«and, Sutton ht. Edmund
18 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England