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THE AGRICULTURAL OUTLOOK.

THE AGRICULTURAL OUTLOOK.

What is the crime lying at the door of the British farmer that even nature herself should conspire with human foes innumer- able to hound him out of existence ? It is but a few brief months ago and the whole country rose in arms with a view of protecting him against the rapacity
07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 
ATTLZOROUGH Y.M.A. C.C.

ATTLZOROUGH Y.M.A. C.C.

July B—Stapleton, home July 15—Burbage Star, home July 22—Coventry Victoria (A), away July 29—Atherstons Victoria, home Aug s—Longford St. Thomas', away Aug 12—Grendon, away Aug 19—Coventry Victoria (A), home Aug 26—Hinckley Early Sunday Morning Class away Sept 9—Chi'vent Coton
07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 
POLESWORTII BIBLE CLASS C.C.

POLESWORTII BIBLE CLASS C.C.

Hon. Sec., T. Perry, 7, Lynch, Polesworth. July B—Dordon, away July 15—Nuneaton, away July tU—Nuneaton Temperance and Mutual, home July 29—Dordon Trae Blues, borne Aug s—Chileers Colon School, away Aug 12—Alvercote, home Aug 19—Witherley, away Aug 26—Chi'rem Colon School, home S
07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 
From Fun.

From Fun.

RIDDLE-ME-RIDDLE-11E•REL.—Riddle: Prove b anagram that March is the most enjoyable month of the year.—Answer : It is the only one that can be made to charm." Dt.o Noart4.—True as the needle to the Notth Pole it is that Dr. Nantien's Expedition has re. °aptly sailed away. He and
07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 
To-day we gladly avail ourselves of the opportunity of publishing a "counterfeit presentiment" of the two illustrious parties engaged as

To-day we gladly avail ourselves of the opportunity of publishing a "counterfeit presentiment" of the two illustrious parties engaged as

chief actors in the gorgeous ceremonial which took place yeterday at St. James's Palace. When the espousal of the Duke of York and the fair Princess Mai was first announced the great bulk of the Englidt people received the tidings with every satisfaction, while her lii..jesty wa
07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 

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RAW) LABOUR FOE TIMM

RAW) LABOUR FOE TIMM

William Beer, labourer, Atherstone, was charged with stealing • pair of trousers and vest, value 205., the property of W. T. Bagworth, clothier, Atherstone, on the let inst.—George Cluley said he saw the defendant take the articles which were banging outside the complainant's sh
07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 
DEATHS•

DEATHS•

Harbour.—On the 28th ult., at Abbey Street, Nuneaton, Sarah Jane, daughter of Thomas Harbour, aged 6 days. Allbriehton.—On the 28th ult., at Meadow Street, Nuneaton, Ethel, daughter of Dick Allbrighton. aged 5 months. Ivens. —On the 29th tilt., at Caldecote, Tabins Ivens, aged 8
07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 
I Ashby, Clville, I Midland—Abbey 0

I Ashby, Clville, I Midland—Abbey 0

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07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 
WALTER TOPP & SON,

WALTER TOPP & SON,

ORGAN BUILDERS, gting g freet, 33ebr,orti). Organs Tuned, Repaired and Enlarged. Harmoniums and Pianofortes Thoroughly and properly Repaired and Tuned. Es/join/ s gizyn for Tuning and Repairing by the ' , earl or otherwise. Pianos Tuned, 3s. ed. - ATTENDANCE EVERY TUESDAY. - Den
07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England
 
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07 July 1893 - Nuneaton Observer - Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England