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HUNTING.

HUNTING.

PYT< HLKY.—Mon. Pitsford; Wed., Point* to-Point, (Tick; Fri., Ravensthorpej Sat., .At U. 45 a.m. , A Mon.. Tile House; Tuee-., Polnt-to-Point Races Wappenhal* <lirst race, 1 o'clock)'; We<l., mjittle*- l>\iry; Fri., Crofes Roade. 18 aoou.
16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
SHEEP SHEARING

SHEEP SHEARING

The County Agricultural Society arc announcing their annual sheep shearing competitions take place this year Wellingborough. The date has been fixed for May 2nd, and all intendng com., petitors must send their entries to Mr. W. E. Dolby before April 18th. You refused to reprieve
16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
i KlifAl- MARCH 16,

i KlifAl- MARCH 16,

16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
H. Hamp &Sons. H- Hamp & Sons EXPERT PACKERS. mm, solicit your enquiries for Removals to and from all parts

H. Hamp &Sons. H- Hamp & Sons EXPERT PACKERS. mm, solicit your enquiries for Removals to and from all parts

F.NEST AND MOST C3NVENIENT WAREHOUSES IN THE MIDLANDS. Telephone 782. Telegram or Write U3 To-Day. are at your servlet
16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
WELLINGBOROUGH.

WELLINGBOROUGH.

POSTAL CHANGES. On and after Monday the latest time of posting at the Wellingborough Post Oftice of printed papers prepaid with a halfpenny stamp and intended for despatch the day of posting will be extended to 5.15 p.m. This extension is confined to ihe head office only. At the
16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 

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Mr. Lloyd, in answer, said that the Education Committee meant to sit tight at present on what they had done

Mr. Lloyd, in answer, said that the Education Committee meant to sit tight at present on what they had done

with regard to the Westfield-road School. No promise of any kind had been given to the High School suggested. Sir Adkins said he was quite sure any proposals involving changes in any school ip the county of a far-reaching character would have not only to be approved by the Educa
16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
and administration, and to suggest reasonable means for economy.” said that saw they were spending £40,000 on salaries and bonuses,

and administration, and to suggest reasonable means for economy.” said that saw they were spending £40,000 on salaries and bonuses,

over £5,800 on printing, and £5,100 on travelling expenses, and all be wanted to do was to get a small committee to go into all the expenses of the Council and say if it was possible save any money out of those figures. He suggested that the committee should be composed of Messr
16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
auction notices.

auction notices.

Kirby Marriott, tifi AND VALUER. 80. ABINGTON STREET. NORTHAMPTON. HOI Ds t r-o AND STNDS OF FAT STOCK HORSES, Etc., CATTrr th N A ' NORTHAMPTON. J)ESrSi NS EVERY DESCRIPTION UNDERTAKEN. r( * ' °1 the Mortgagees, and 38, WATKIN TERRACE, s.ile ot -p^D^HAMuroN. IMO \AI,UABLE FREEH
16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
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a meeting oif the Beard of Governors of the British branch of the Sulgrave Institution, held the American Embassy, seven new Governors were elected fill vacancies caused by death. Three the seven are representatives of Northamptonshire the Marquis of Northampton, Earl Spencer an
16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
[COPYRIGHT.]

[COPYRIGHT.]

Copyright for the Author in the United States and Canada by Edward J. Clodc, 156, .Fifth. Avenue, New York, U.S.A. CHAPTER IX.—WHEREIN PELHAM RECEIVES A SHOCK. The two inquests were opened, and each Yras adjourned. Lady Pelham was buried b., the side of her husband; the remains
16 March 1923 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England