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PRACTICAL GARDENING NOTES.

PRACTICAL GARDENING NOTES.

[SpFCI CONTRI3UTED FELLOW THE Bom Hobtict: ltl Societt.] Fair weather from new onwards to the middle or end April goes far to ensure success in the outdoor garden for the season, for it is within that period that the bulk the seeds will town in the open ground. While it is easy
20 March 1908 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

Miss Elizabeth Hopkins Carlile, of Tettenhall. Norwich Avenue. Bournemouth, who died on the 26th January last, aged 77 years, late 53, Lansdowne Crescent, Leamington, left estate the gross value of £8,291 14s. Id., with net personalty £8339 9s. Id., and probate her will, dated t
20 March 1908 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
SHOOTING.

SHOOTING.

RIFLE. Leamington R.C. v. Liberal Indoor R.C. Thin match was shot on th§ Liberal Club Range last (Thursday evening, and resulted as follows: Liberals. Leamington. E. Hawkes 50 W . G. Clark 49 F. Crossley 50 J. H. Miles 49 C. Orton 49 G. Morley 49 G. Parsons 49 C. H. Grason B. Ti
20 March 1908 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

CORN*. _Co (March 13th). Very few farmers present at the market. Wheats were scarce, but it was difficult to quite make last week's prices. quotable change spring com. Oats were fairly firm. P^ 88 aat business. Quotations: Wheat 11a. bd. to 12s. 6d. per 1861b.; barlev, 8 " per '
20 March 1908 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
BUSINESS ADDRESSES. 1 I-.- "NATURE'S PLEASANT LAMl>.£* relieves the congested condition of the bowels, the liver and kidneys without causing

BUSINESS ADDRESSES. 1 I-.- "NATURE'S PLEASANT LAMl>.£* relieves the congested condition of the bowels, the liver and kidneys without causing

the slightest aggravation. It is the natural remedy, made from the luscious juices of figs grown in the richest fruit land of the world—California, in combination with other laxative ingredients. No other is so pleasant to take, so mild and gentle, yet so absolutely effective. C
20 March 1908 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 

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The HEALING YALUE, la tie ACHES and PAIHS, is too firmly established to need pressing. For Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprain j.

The HEALING YALUE, la tie ACHES and PAIHS, is too firmly established to need pressing. For Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprain j.

Bruises, Sore Throat Cold, Neuralgia from Cold, Cold attheChest, For Cluronic Bronchitis, Backache. Cramp, Chapped Hands, Chifolains, Soreness or the limbs alter exercise. In Bottles, B*d., lUi, 2/9 4/- ELLIMAN, SOUS CO., Sloogb.
20 March 1908 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
Hirst District Brot herhood—A meeting of the above was held tue Hirst P.M Church °n Whittingham Games.— A meetine committee

Hirst District Brot herhood—A meeting of the above was held tue Hirst P.M Church °n Whittingham Games.— A meetine committee

these, old established and ' popular frames was held on Friday even?™ last, when a pood number of mombers present.. Mr. \\m. Dixon Tt decided hold the 4fith annual gymnaati* I Karnes Saturd.-.y. Aug. 22nd. The com miitee are making it (heir endeavour 1 bring these games thorough
21 March 1908 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
VOLUNTEER BALL AT MORPETH.

VOLUNTEER BALL AT MORPETH.

The annual ball of the Morpeth Detachm -f the Ist V.B N.F. was held in the Drill Hall, Morpeth, Friday evening last. The hall had been very prettily deco ted with flags and evergreens the m-;mb?rs of the committee, insisted by Col- Se'-gt- Instructor James Hutton. sth Fvs'liers
21 March 1908 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
DEATH OF BLYTH'S OLDEST CAPTAIN. % Captain John Penman, Blyth's oldest sea captain, died at the residency of hi 6

DEATH OF BLYTH'S OLDEST CAPTAIN. % Captain John Penman, Blyth's oldest sea captain, died at the residency of hi 6

daughter on Sunday at the patriarchal age of years. He was a life-long total abstainer, a non-smoker, and was devoted adherent of the Church of England to which he from time time gave active services : churchwarden, Sunday School teacher etc., having been long associated with th
21 March 1908 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England
 
NEWBIGGIN U.D. COUNCIL.

NEWBIGGIN U.D. COUNCIL.

A special meeting this Council was held in the Couucil Chamber, Newbiggin, Wednesday night. There were present Councillors Wilkinson (chairman), Stephenson, Brown, Rutherford, Downie, T. Welsh, Lawson, Wray, Mr. Appleby (surveyor), and Mr. J. Fulthorpe (deputy clerk). ELECTION O
21 March 1908 - Morpeth Herald - Morpeth, Northumberland, England