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THE SMITH BROTHERS.

THE SMITH BROTHERS.

Mrs. Smith told a reporter that thee were three brothers Smith, one of owned a brewery and another ; Thomas Smith. was a banker in town. These papers had evidently be stored in the strong room of the bid. which used to lar next, to the house. Accordinr to Canon Smalley fats "boo
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
PAID NOTHING TO HIS WIFE.

PAID NOTHING TO HIS WIFE.

Altm George Smith. Peterborough, was summoned by Mary Smith, 92. Dogsthorpe Road. for the non-payment of wife mainenane.i arrears. Mr. William Barrows, Collecting said defendant had not paid anything since ar, order was mcd,Ei against hint for per we.:ik. He owed £7 7s. and 6s.
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
ALLEC,ED PERSISTENT CRUELTY.

ALLEC,ED PERSISTENT CRUELTY.

Stanley Wells, c o Central Sugar Co., Woodston. was summc.ned by his wife, Florence E. Wells. of 13, Huntly-toad. Woodston, for neglecting to maintain her. and being guilty of persistert cruelty.— Defendant did not appear. Mr. C. Greenwood appeared for the complainant, and Mr. G
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
LADY ViOLLT iiktiuSSEY

LADY ViOLLT iiktiuSSEY

rusize UK: to Lord Burly, M.P., and Lany Burghley, in tne ul bon non ne,r. Musicai Items and a Sketch will be rendered by well-known Artistes. ADMISSION FREE. C;oui.raut..orsO tue Presentation Fund are cordially Iniuted to attend. 1180 THE SALVATION ARMY, PETERBOROUGH. SALE OF W
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S RUGBY.

YESTERDAY'S RUGBY.

reterborough Thursday 19pts, Spalding School gpts. Peterborough scorers: Crick guuth. Viney and Jones. Snowden kicked two
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE.

THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE.

Lady Burghley said they would be sorry to hear that their President, Mrs. Capron, had been suddenly taken id, and was unable to attend. bile wrote: "It is a great disappointment to me that I cannot be with you to-day at the bazaar, to winch I had much looked forward. Unfortunate
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
LAXTON SPEECH DAY. FARMER AND CATTLE DEALER. PEAKIRK-CUMGUNTON. Death of Mr. James Caton, Parishes to be One—Some of Ramsey. Day.

LAXTON SPEECH DAY. FARMER AND CATTLE DEALER. PEAKIRK-CUMGUNTON. Death of Mr. James Caton, Parishes to be One—Some of Ramsey. Day.

' In a brick move lined with evergreens and dowers. Mr. James Caton (72). the well-km:all Great Whyt?, Ramsey 7, re- tired farmer .*rid cattle dealer, who died on November 9th, was interred at. Ramsey on l'ue.r . day afternoon. Mr. Caton had lived in Ramsey all his life. The Vic
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT PAID.

UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT PAID.

S. d. Week ending 3rd Nov. 1933.. 825 11 4 Ist _Jan., 1933, to 313 t Oct.. _ 1933 .. • .. • 78,058 19 6 Ist._ Jan. 1932, to 31st. Oct.. 1932 .. •119.365 5 11 During the past three months, as the result of investigation into claims to benefit, proceedings have been taken and conv
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
By YOUNG SCARLETT

By YOUNG SCARLETT

FOOTBALL SPORTSMEN'S SERVICE BROADCAST. -- - THE SPORTSIVIEN'S service, which was a great. success last year. has been proisionally fixed for January 28th. at St. John's Church, at 3 p.m.. and in all it will be broadcast. The Midland Regiotuil director of progriunmes has a sked
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
 
Division 11. ST. GEORGE'S ADVANCING.

Division 11. ST. GEORGE'S ADVANCING.

Stamford St. Georges, beating Oundle Town 2-1, advanced to second place in the league table. W. Mee. leading the forwards with characteristic dash, scored both goals for the winners. D. Capp replying for Oundle. bundle: R. Clarke; H. Prior and J. Blackman; F. Prior, P. Musson, a
17 November 1933 - Peterborough Standard - Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England