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SURREY RECTOR FINED.

SURREY RECTOR FINED.

GRANTHAM STREET INCIDENT. POLICE SIGNALS IGNORED. DANGEROUS MOTOR DRIVING. A case of considerable interest came before Grantham Police Court magistrates (Messrs. R. Wilson (in the chair), Jno. Hawkins, and Theo. Howie) on Monday, when the Rev. Edward Percy Grimhill, Rector of Wa
11 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
CLAYPOLE.

CLAYPOLE.

Harvest Thanzsgivino Services were held at the Parish Church on Frida- week and on the following Sunday. The edifice had been tastefully decorated for the occasion with fruit, flowers, vegc- I tables, and corn, presenting neat and cheerful appearance. At evensoag on Friday the a
11 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
WALTHAM.

WALTHAM.

Heavy Rautfall.—On Wednesday afternoon, a rainstorm of exceptional intensity, accompanied by a sharp thunderstorm, broke from the N.E. Torrential rain fell between 1.30 and 4 p.m., during which time two inches descended, the total fall of the day being 2.15 in., 6.8 per cent, of
11 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
ESCAPED CONVICT SHOT.

ESCAPED CONVICT SHOT.

VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER. Ruthin, Monday, Coroner Robert Daviea held an inquest conccrning the death of John Jones, alias Little Turpiu, of Bala, who escaped from Ruthin Gaol the morning of September 30th, and was fatally shot on Saturday by a young man who accidentally met him.
11 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
G. H. NEALE, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER Atlas House, WEB T G A.T E, GRANTHAM, IS NOW SHOWING New Autumn Goods.

G. H. NEALE, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER Atlas House, WEB T G A.T E, GRANTHAM, IS NOW SHOWING New Autumn Goods.

Before Fornisliiug Elsewhere, Call and Inspect oar Stock. Note well-known Address— 77, Westgate, Grantham. Tailoring for Autumn. We are now showing our Autumn Ranges of SUITINGS, OVERCOATINGS, & RIDING BREECHES TWEEDS. These Goods aro of the Designs, and by the Best Milker*, and
11 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
OAKHAM AND UPPINGHAM JOURNAL OAKHAM. Published by Mit. C. MAT KIN, Printer and Stationer, High Street, to whom ALL ADVEKTISEMENIS

OAKHAM AND UPPINGHAM JOURNAL OAKHAM. Published by Mit. C. MAT KIN, Printer and Stationer, High Street, to whom ALL ADVEKTISEMENIS

should forwarded. Communications of pablic interest and information in reference to forthcoming events, should be addressed oar Representative, Mu. care of Mr C. Matkin, Oaklnm. UPPINGHAM. Published J. HAWTHORN, Stationer. High bueot, who also receive* Ai)VEUTISEMENTb. Newi-. an
11 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
jIOttCCB. T OST, on Monday, between Houghton Road and London Road, Black Morocco WALLET, initialed " A.E.B." —Anyone returning the

jIOttCCB. T OST, on Monday, between Houghton Road and London Road, Black Morocco WALLET, initialed " A.E.B." —Anyone returning the

26, Albert Street, "Grantham, will be suitably Rewarded. En"HEIFER, 1* yean old, GONE ASTRAY.— Information given F. HirKiN, Scotland Farm, Ingoldsby, Grantham. ANY Persons found TRESPASSING Land, under any pretence, will Prosecuted.—J. W. Cotuu. North Witham, Grantham. ALL PERSO
11 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
EATON.

EATON.

Some Excitement was can«ed the village on Tuesday just after 4 o'clock by passing overoi aeroplane which wrs travelling a northerly direction. Harvest Thanksgiving.—On Sunday last there were specisl services thanksgiving at the Wssleyan Church, wh'ch had carefnlty snd tastefully
4 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
HOSE.

HOSE.

Fishiito Match.—Tho Hose and District Angling Association held their last match on Satuniay. Twenty-one welded the rod, and the s sport resulted as follows :—Special prise, pair of boots (given Mr. Callaghaii), Mr. J. Baxter; pair boots, Mr. J. G. Hourd; tools, Mr. A. Mitchell;
4 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MOISTURE IN GRAIN.

MOISTURE IN GRAIN.

Wheat, that will keep from year's end to year's end should have only psr cent, of moisture in it. Some harvested last year was threshed with double that quantity. If there 20 per cent., the extra 8 per cent, represents excessive water a quarter of 5041b5., as being 4uib. is not
4 October 1913 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England