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CORBY FARMER FINED AT KETTERING. lettering Petty Sessions, Wed- a y. Edgar Alfred Payne, farmer, of fined £2 for breaches of the m • Wages Regulation Act, 1921, tfi*, ai to pa wages at not less than Mr ra^e onp ' Kean. H. E. James, who prosecuted, said a t entered the defendant’
25 June 1926 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
NEED FOR GREATER MISSIONARY

NEED FOR GREATER MISSIONARY

EFFORT. meeting of Churchpeople of Daventry Rural Deanery was held at the Abbey Buildings, Daventry, on Tuesday evening, to hear addresses upon The World Call.” The Rev. E. E. Law, E.D., presided, supported by the speakers, the Rev. A. P. Shepherd (Leicester) and the Rev. W. Wal
25 June 1926 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
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25 June 1926 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
OLD POACHER CAUGHT.

OLD POACHER CAUGHT.

Walter P. Bantock and Samuel Pickard, South Elms&II, miners, were summoned at Pontefract on Saturday for an offence under the Poaching Prevention Act, the charge against the latter being one of aiding and abetting Bantock. P.c. Haigh stated that at 9.30 on the evening of June 9
25 June 1926 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HERBACEOUS •ORDER.

THE HERBACEOUS •ORDER.

Inhabiting the herbaceous border is • white lox-glove. its botanical name. digitate., also signifying the tact of its linger-shaped Sewers. which the bee is fond of exploding.l Near it is the pholmes with its curious pin. cushion Alert, and ranged about are 'several varieties of
25 June 1926 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 

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ICHNEUMON FLIES.

ICHNEUMON FLIES.

over the lower beds some ea . looking lies with eery slender bodies and antennae constantly quivering. They are weleon • guests—they are the gardener's friend.. and bear the unwieldy name ichneumon lies. They lay their eggs in liv. Mg caterpillars and chrysalids. and are ever cm
25 June 1926 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
LOST. FOUND, WC.

LOST. FOUND, WC.

- on LMbe Ms Mu. lilt! Cul d. cl. arm*. Ihrtato•. Regard Swift* Ilemsoa. ETAKTINO RANDLE. on reward on returning to TAA - Lc—P.susas letitua CAR CTeLli SCARBOROUGH PIER HOTEL Facing Sea, South B.y. WARD AND A Proprietor - J. E. WORDSWORTH hon.a of pimply altar all day. — Apply P
25 June 1926 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
FINE LOCAL LIST.

FINE LOCAL LIST.

The Sheffield University examination lists. published this week. include the following fernier pupils of the Mexborough Second•q School: Victor Hoskin (Rawmarsh), Doctor of Philosophy. Philip C. Itobintion fflenaby). Master of Science. Diploma in Education. James H. Blakelock (C
25 June 1926 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
FAMILY ALLOWANCES.

FAMILY ALLOWANCES.

Sir,—ln several of his speeches, Mr. Herbert Smith is reported to have stated that in a family allowance system under private enterprise the mineowners would naturally employ men without dependents. It was demunstiated in the evidence submitted to the Coal Commission by Mies E.
25 June 1926 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England
 
THE TLMES. FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1926

THE TLMES. FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1926

25 June 1926 - South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times - Mexborough, Yorkshire, England