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THE SOCIAL SPIRIT

THE SOCIAL SPIRIT

Mrs. Adams seconded and said they were prioud 'he college and of the attainments of the students, and of'the social spirit sympathetic? lly fostered the Principal and staff. The comradeship and fellow’sliip which exisled found expression in many activities outs'de the usual rout
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
BRAVE SCOUT •RESENTED WITH GILT CROSS FOR SAVING LIFE.

BRAVE SCOUT •RESENTED WITH GILT CROSS FOR SAVING LIFE.

The Scouts’ Gilt Cross, together with a sertificate signed by the Chief Scout, was presented to King's scout W. Billingham, the Ist Towcester Troop, at the Towcester Town Hall Tuesday evening. The presentation was in recognition ♦he pluck and promptitude displayed by Billingham
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
PRICE STABILISATION.

PRICE STABILISATION.

formation of grading and packing depots in market towns,” he continues—“ and there are few too small to support at least one reasonably well supplied —-cannot fail to have influence on stabiflisation of prices. Further, it should be possible for some central organisation to fix
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
WOMAN BLOWN OVER.

WOMAN BLOWN OVER.

Many people found it difficult to keep their feet as the wind buffeted and twisted them about. Mrs. Ada Ellen Edwards, of 34, Chapel place, was walking in Chapelplace about 3 o'clock in the afternoon when the gale was at its height when she was blown over. She struck her head on
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
HAMP & SONS

HAMP & SONS

32, SHEEP STREET, NORTHAMPTON
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 

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IRTHLINGBOROUGH.

IRTHLINGBOROUGH.

LOCAL GOVEiINMENT BILL, The De rating and Poor Law Reform Bill, now before Parliament, was dealt with Wing-Commander A. W. H. James, prospective Conservative candidate for the Wellingborough Division, at meeting Irthlingborough, Tuesday evening. An address was also given by Mr.
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
NORTHANTS ALLIANCE.

NORTHANTS ALLIANCE.

WOLVERTON AND BIGGLESWADE PLAY A GOALLESS DRAW. Wolverton Town, at home, played a goalless draw with Biggleswade in the Northants Alliance on Saturday. In the three previous encounters between these teams this season the Waders had secured maximum points, the Wolves, hoped recei
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
HOCKEY.

HOCKEY.

Leicester 0, Northampton 3 (Flint, Brander, Thornton). Towcester 2, Northamtpon IL 2 (Cogan, Mark). LADIES’ True-Fomi 4, Lotus B 0 Enigmas 3, Man field W auken phast 0. Lotue Ist 7 (I. Timms 5, Bond, A. Jackson). Guilsborougb 0. True Form (C. Warr 2, L. Jones 2), Lotus B 0. Man
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
A DISXINGUISJtIfcL/ n.uUIENCE.

A DISXINGUISJtIfcL/ n.uUIENCE.

A DISXINGUISJtIfcL/ Among those who had purchased tickets were the Marquis and the Marchioness iixeter, byencer, Annaiy, Lady Kobmson, Mon Mrs. John howther. Lady Margaret Loder, Adelaide Guthrie, Air- Lonaid Tree, Lady Manningham Buller, Miss H. Schilizzi, Mrs. Garrard, Capt. A.
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

LAWN TURF J. Mackaness, Little Billing. inl33 FOB SALE, at LOW PRICE, Commodious and exceptionally welllighted WAREHOUSE FACTORY STATION ROAD, LONG BUCKBY* Northampton-shire, suitable for Clothing Leather Dressing, Rox-niaking Sweets Confectionery, or kindred trades; in ideal s
23 November 1928 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England