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FAT) FAS PILLS.

FAT) FAS PILLS.

who suffer from Gout or' f Rheumatism should immedi- I'' ADF’S I>ILLS ateiy have recourssto I X PILES. Hundreds Testi-1 “AABE’S OILLS have been received % I from all sorts and conditions of ADR’S I>ILLS men testifying to the wonder- fnl power these Pills have in >ILL3 grving rel
09 August 1907 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
CHAPTER LVI.—CLEARED.

CHAPTER LVI.—CLEARED.

So there had been nothing to fear all these long years. Paul Spencer, Lord Stanmere, felt like a man who has found the surface after a long and hazardous dive. was absolutely free go where he liked without the fear of that shadow before his eyes. He went off to his own house as
09 August 1907 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
BUCKINGHAM.

BUCKINGHAM.

Flower Show.— The allotment holders held their annual show on Monday. Numerically and in quality the exhibits compared favourably with those of a year ago. Children’s sports were held during the afternoon. TINGEWICK. Feast. —On Sunday evening the members the Loyal Kingscote Lodg
09 August 1907 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
BOOKS, ETC., RECEIVED

BOOKS, ETC., RECEIVED

“Weather," by the Hon. H. A. Stanhope (Agricultural and Horticultural Association, 02, Long Acre, W.C.—ld.). The twelfth “One and All" Garden Book, edited by Edward Owen Greening, F.R.H.S. The Liberal Magazine for August (Liberal Publication Department, 12, Parliament-street, S.
09 August 1907 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
SHEEWSBURY

SHEEWSBURY

Great Floral Fete. WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, An gnat 2Ut and 22nd. 1907. THE GRANDEST FLOWER SHOW IN EUROPE. Extraordinarv Musical Treat by the Most Magrnrfieent MILITARY BAND ever heard. Nearlv 140 PERFORMERS, including the FULL BANDS of H.M. 2nd LIFE GUARDS, H.M. COLDSTREAM GUARDS
09 August 1907 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
DAVENTRY HORSE AND FOAL SHOAY

DAVENTRY HORSE AND FOAL SHOAY

Daventry revived its horse and foal show on Thursday with conspicuously successful results. There have been 23 such exhibitions, but Thursday’s was different from its predecessors in various ways. AA’hen the show took place on the Recreation Ground, admission had to free, and as
09 August 1907 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
PRIMROSE LEAGUE FETE AT NEWPORT PAGNELL.

PRIMROSE LEAGUE FETE AT NEWPORT PAGNELL.

The annual fate in consaotioß with the New port Papneil and Habitations the Prim* rose was held in the grounds of Thckford Abbey, Newport Pagnell, Thursday evening, but did not prove great public attraction, there being but vary small attendance. Old English spoi-ta formed the a
09 August 1907 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
OXFORD UNIVERSITY LOCAL EXAMINATIONS.

OXFORD UNIVERSITY LOCAL EXAMINATIONS.

MORP#TH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Appended are the remit* of the Oxford University Local Examinations, 1907 (Grammar School Centre) Senior.—First-class honours—S. Grocock (distingulshed in knowledge and English, passed oral Frcnch). Second-class honours - A. V. Murray (distinguished Engli
31 August 1907 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
CO-OPERATIVE CONFERENCE AT ALNWICK.

CO-OPERATIVE CONFERENCE AT ALNWICK.

The Northern Section of the Co-operativ# Union, Ltd., held a conference, under the auspices of the Amble Co-operative Society,*' in the own Hall, Alnwick, Saturday afternoon last. There were about seventy delegate? present, and the chair was taken by Mr. James Strong, Ashington.
31 August 1907 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
Cramlington District Co-operative Society The committee of tho Cramlington District Cooperative Society, Limited, fn their' IfjSth quarterly report, state that

Cramlington District Co-operative Society The committee of tho Cramlington District Cooperative Society, Limited, fn their' IfjSth quarterly report, state that

the sales to £54,MTC *td, an Increase over the previous quarter I7s lOd. The capital of the society has increased 7b over the corresponding quarter, and making the average capital per member £223s old. ATerage purchases per member, £14 12s 2d. The donations to the various charit
31 August 1907 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England