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9 January 1882 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
JULY WEATHER

JULY WEATHER

FORTNIGHT WARM AND FORTNIGHT COLD. SOUTH COAST SUNSHINE. The fine warm weather of June was maintained during the first half of July over most England and Wales. Although there were a few thunderstorms and heavy local falls of sunshine continued to generally abundant, and tempera
31 July 1930 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SURREY ENTERPRISE.

SURREY ENTERPRISE.

FENDER GIVES NORTHAN'TS. FIRST USE OF WICKET. After the rain, which lasted until nine o'clock last night, the weather was gloriously fine at Northampton this morning, and Fender on winning the toss sent Northants in. The 50 went in fifty-five minutes. Fender got Bakewell caught
31 July 1930 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
FARM STOCK AND PRODUCE. Sale, large Black Boar.—Apply J, Brocklebank, Morton Grange, Fiskerton, Notts. 67591 > Ducklings, 12 Fat Hens,

FARM STOCK AND PRODUCE. Sale, large Black Boar.—Apply J, Brocklebank, Morton Grange, Fiskerton, Notts. 67591 > Ducklings, 12 Fat Hens,

Cockerels.—Orme, .1- Highfielda, Burton Joyce. 22107 c PERAMBULATORS, PUSHCARTS, CHAMPION'S, Carlton-street, for Prams, from 2s. 6d. / weekiy. Prices from 475. 521 m FOR Sale Delma Pram, Tansad, and Dolh* Pram.— Whitehead. Fruiterer, Perry-road, Sherwood. 22183 c SALES BY AUCTIO
31 July 1930 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE LAUNDRY CASE

THE LAUNDRY CASE

DID NOT AFFECT THE PEAR TREE. Further evidence was given in the Laundry cas© yosterdav in the Chancery Division. Mr. Atkinson, one the directors, said the noise of the train tho railway hard by would drown any sound from the laundry. The vegetation in his own garden had not suff
22 July 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SEEN FROM A WINDOW.

SEEN FROM A WINDOW.

DERBY THIEVES QUICKLY CAUGHT From her bedroom window in Devonshireterrace. Full-street, Derby, last night, a young woman named Gertrude Brough watched th© suspicious movements of two men whom she had earlier seen in a passage in the neighbourhood, and eventually observed them em
22 July 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SNEINTON ON THE RIVER BANK.

SNEINTON ON THE RIVER BANK.

SNEINTON THE RIVER BANK. IN TON MAN’S DEATH FROM POISONING. •n ''aged man taken the Notting- Hospital yesterday afternoon ll.e r r t r. idemly suffering from the effects jidr. |tOiM>n. }\* d-d that institution eight in the e'enr: •}." remained till this afterwhe.i it was kientifi
22 July 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
TRADE REVIVAL.

TRADE REVIVAL.

RAXKER ON THE GROWTH OF NATIONAL EXPENDITURE. S'r Feli* at tlw' half-yearly mating of the Union and Smith* Bank Hav. said that while the trade return* did not yet show any marked improvement, there their doujar eo before lon*r. Fanners • i pearod not have done badly, and with fa
22 July 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THIS DAY'S MARKETS.

THIS DAY'S MARKETS.

UVRftDOaL OOTTOX. *.m.—TTi-' spot defnand is 6.000 or 7.000 Import sine*'’ Friday 32.000 bales, tneludin? 30.000 '-■vk.< American. Futures open 2 pointe lower : .laJv Ancvist. 41 ; Seftember, 3o ; Oc»« bi»r-NoTeinbrr w 52 ; .lanmi v-Febmarr. March- ApnJ. 23. 11.30 rather n«o»f»
22 July 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE TRADE UNION CASE.

THE TRADE UNION CASE.

hearing the appeal was adjourned.
22 July 1909 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England