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Sook.e ad -11hanis—imitight sad sold.

Sook.e ad -11hanis—imitight sad sold.

Sook.e ad - 11hanis — imitight sad sold. TWO-AND-A-HALF PER GENT. allowed on Aooount Balancer. Deposits of £lO and upwards received as .ier . aubject to 3 months notice of withdrawal 6 per wt. per annum. Subject to 6 mo.iths' nonce of withdrawal 6 per rent. per annum. dolnect to
01 January 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SOLD BY

SOLD BY

MORTON & SONS, LTD., LAMB FOOD. TUE ORIGINAL MARKET PLACE, SLEAFORD.
01 January 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLN LAMB FOOD

LINCOLN LAMB FOOD

btill maintains its position as the
01 January 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES AT GRANTHAM. ANNLAL • ROBIN DINNER.

CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES AT GRANTHAM. ANNLAL • ROBIN DINNER.

The anneal Cliristmas tree wan, as uvi , al, provided for the .inmates of the Grantham Hospital, and the ceremony of dismantling it took place in the prettily-decorated male wand on Tue.wly,y. Before a large attendance of •isitors, presents of o useful kind were handed to each p
01 January 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THAT SHILLING CORN DUTY

THAT SHILLING CORN DUTY

It i. musing t— of - eserve h. vgoitr and persiste I I C.) the advocates of Free Trade put about the stale old fable tEat the duty ecru unposed by the Uovernment rattaed a general rise in the price of bread. know that fact, and figuref4 are hopelessly againA them, end that alsno
01 January 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
DUNSTON.

DUNSTON.

Rtztes.—Thit Primitive Methodist holly bazaar wee held on Wednesday, the 29th nit., in Mr. H. Maltby'. barn. It was under the patronage of the Mayor and Mayoras! of Lined°. Mr. H. Wells took the chair mid supported by Mr. Norman Hodgson, Mn. Hodgson, Mrs. if. Webster, Rev. J. an
01 January 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LEADEBRAM.

LEADEBRAM.

liu . ttons, id. each. of Mr. Edmund Roy& be obtained from the " Gazette " Agent of this village; or of W. K. AND Bon•;, fileaford.—Advt. Thx CiAss.—A large and fashiottable company attended the meet of the Belvoir Hounds on Tuesday at Leadenham House, the residence of Captain J
01 January 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
BEST MIXED FOOD

BEST MIXED FOOD

For all kinds of Stook, and for Quality and Pnoe stands unrivalled.
19 March 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To MAis V:Lvirr Luta Nair.

To MAis V:Lvirr Luta Nair.

To MAis V:Lvirr Nair. Great care should be taken in cleaning velvet, as it loses its fine appearance if wrung or pressed when wet. To remove dirt, dissolve ox gall in nearly boiling water, to which has been added a little spirits of wine. a soft brush in this solution and brush o
19 March 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

MONDAY. The House of Lords was crowded when the Earl of Rusebery moved his now famous resolution in favour of reform as a means of constituting a "strong and efficient Second Chamber." In a brilliant speech, worthy of a great historic occaeion, he urged that in reforming its Con
19 March 1910 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England