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COUNTING THE NOSES

COUNTING THE NOSES

Owing to the damage done to the in the Wash a colony of seals, the Eastern Sea Fisheries Committee has been off<r:ng a reward of 10s. for the nose of each one taken, and a meeting the committee at King’s on Tuesday was stated that ninety noses had been from fishermen during the
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
NEWS IN BRIEF.

NEWS IN BRIEF.

Xo Rust'i.’vn Army officer may marry for* the age of tarenty-threo Mr. W. 11. Brown, of Sleaford, ha* bv auction 30a. lr. 22p. of land at the County Council for Jt1.200. A potato which weighed Sib. lor. when fre>hTv dag and washed, has been grown • Mr. i. Cray, of Sandy, Bedford
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
A COMMITTEE FORMED.

A COMMITTEE FORMED.

COMMITTEE FORMED. The said that although the assessment worked out at Is. id. per head, no doubt many would give more. It was perfectly voluntary thing, and they wanted no one to feel it wag burden, but rather privilege to be allowed to contribute. wa* decided to form a collectin
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
SWINE FEVER PREVENTION

SWINE FEVER PREVENTION

Percy Stopt>er. Skirbeck. frocerVi porter, for failing to isolate two pigat Skirbeck. on Oct. 9th. deposed to going «e pig defendant had purchased. tound it e<parated from pig bv a partition. There were holes the partition large enough for terrkx dog to get through. Supt. Costar
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOSTON HOSPITAL. Annual Meeting of Governors and S.P.G. AT BOSTON. Mrs. Haney Dixon Opens Girls' Guild Sale of Work. VICAR

BOSTON HOSPITAL. Annual Meeting of Governors and S.P.G. AT BOSTON. Mrs. Haney Dixon Opens Girls' Guild Sale of Work. VICAR

SIGNS TIMES. Tue>«iaT afternoon Mrs. C. Harvey Dixon, wife Borough Member, opened in the Assembly Rooms, the annual *-ale of work of the Girls* branch of King's Messengers in connectiou with the S.P.G. The sale was held iu the ballroom, round which were arranged the various stal
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
By Messrs. DICKINSON, RIGGALL and DAVY.

By Messrs. DICKINSON, RIGGALL and DAVY.

25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Painless Dentistry.

Painless Dentistry.

25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
TOPICAL

TOPICAL

ABOUT PEOPLE *• Now I’ll fi® « bit o* mind. And weaot takio* offenoc." Tconyton. An Election Upheaval. A new fan has arisen in the municipal arena Boston. After due deliberation ami a careful weighing of the whole position the Radicals and Conservatives agreed that no good purpo
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOGSTHORPE.

HOGSTHORPE.

Poison is a Wood.—On the day on which a warrant wa*> for hie arrest on charge of keeping money naid to him by his employer’s customers, Norman Igar twenty, a butcher’s assistant, Hog-thorpe, was found unconscious in mood. died next day in the hospital. At the inquest on Tuesday
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
SKEGNESS.

SKEGNESS.

Liberal "At Home.”— Organised the Skegnesa iberal .\eeociation. "At Home” wae held in the Pavilion on Saturday evening. Mr. O. H. J. Dution. J.P.. presiding over an attendance of about 2t<o. the majority of whom were women. During the Aid. Linfield, the prospective .iberal candi
25 October 1913 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England