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00-OPERAIIVE BOOT AND RHOS FACTORY.

00-OPERAIIVE BOOT AND RHOS FACTORY.

00-OPERAIIVE BOOT AND FACTORY. - ----- The annual supper of the employees of the 1 , Kettering Oceorerative Boot and Shoe Menu- , (alluring was held in Victoria Hall • on Friday night. The part of the proceedings the supper. in all sitting Mr. J. Langley, the pesident of the sool
05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
HUNTING. The Woodland Pytchley at Balwick Hall.

HUNTING. The Woodland Pytchley at Balwick Hall.

Th-re little to chronicle in the way of ruus with the Woodland Pytelney Hounds on Monday at Rushton. Scent was of the worst possilsle character, and bounds were able to do practically nothing with then' tint two foxes. and third only provided • slow hunting run. There was only •
05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
THE MIDLAND MAIL, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1904. Divisles IL ...--,.. kortiwETA. itEsigsvmsv. PISTIOLBOItIE LOCO.

THE MIDLAND MAIL, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1904. Divisles IL ...--,.. kortiwETA. itEsigsvmsv. PISTIOLBOItIE LOCO.

THE MIDLAND MAIL, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1904. IL ...--,.. kortiwETA. v. LOCO. These team- met at, Rothwell oiSewnley en • rttures league fixture. Peterborough had of the match. _ _ . Rothwell Orsai and ; Witt. snd March; Springthorpe, Phillips, Perkins, Roe, and Robinson. Petsrborou
05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
111111 OW X WAY,

111111 OW X WAY,

OW X WAY, and Grant, with a long-ranger, it the outside pot. Maixtotiald and then Darnell pulled up for infrieming the off.side nil... and Ord finely stopped a stinging Hartwell. Auem wan frequently awed by kfurray'a play, for he mold do nothing right. and was often kicking in th
05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
.AY FREE • ••• t 01 SAMUEL' "ACME" LEVER 111 WAR. riwid C. 1 threr-quarter gplete jevre!kd wwwwfroat dust damp

.AY FREE • ••• t 01 SAMUEL' "ACME" LEVER 111 WAR. riwid C. 1 threr-quarter gplete jevre!kd wwwwfroat dust damp

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05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
MARKET HARBOROUGH NEWS.

MARKET HARBOROUGH NEWS.

Tits RI,. J. W. .kinrrnt, formerly curate at Market Harbtrough. Levu appointed organitisecretary of Eastland flenday Inertute. dergeanie Inn, Ibleetntreet, ' London CONGILIGATIOSAL Ceraca.—The Rev. W. E. Morrie preached at this plass of wash*. on Sunday. In the the oongtegatton
05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
NONCONFORMISTS AND "GODLESS EDUCATION." Eeply to Father Kavanagh. and a Challenge.

NONCONFORMISTS AND "GODLESS EDUCATION." Eeply to Father Kavanagh. and a Challenge.

WM. 11. RUSSELL'S PI . _ • view to deuroying Nonnonforinity. If I valued their freedom and their Protestant faith they would make a dead stand against this cOttl. bastion. (Applause.) The RCN. Jos. Burrows roposod a resolution of cionfidenee in Mr. Clask. do long se the Anglican
05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
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05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
OBITUARY. Mr. James Hall Bellamy, of Wellingborough.

OBITUARY. Mr. James Hall Bellamy, of Wellingborough.

It is with fooling of deep regret that ma are called upon to the death of Hr. James Hall Bellamy. of "The UMW," Fialfe.den - reado Wellingborough. pleat cm lhanday evening in his 714 3W. Dammed was the heed of the Arm of 31eams. Bellamy and Som. Vinton and stationen, and had bee
05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England
 
GREAT EATON.

GREAT EATON.

- - - EXIMNG BATIGIE Flrvr.—On Wednesday afternoon. as Mr. J. Mitt bell was entering the %Mar he met with a very fine badger. and WM. log it hack be gave chase after it, when it ran wider • gate near the Old Independent Chapel. entering • field belonging Mr. J. Clarke and Mr. Mi
05 March 1904 - Midland Mail - Market Harborough, Leicestershire, England