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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

15 Jul 1938

Brabazon Society, cigarettes and rock from Mr. and Mrs. Turner, and Mr. C. H. Majoi and Mrs. Borman presented them with fruit given by Skegness residents. Aiderman Hipkin thanked all who had assisted, and Mrs. I. H. Walker replied. Former Lincoln Postman

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

3 Oct 1913

Antarctic,” and the lecturer was Mr. Frank Wild, the explorer, who has made different journey* to the Antarctic with some of ih© world’s most including Dr, Mawson «,r»d Sir bhaokletou. Mr. Wild was intensely iutereefing. His desoiiption.-i of the liardshij)*

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

25 Dec 1909

bag. cut holes in it for his eyes, and thus was able get closer to the fire rone than would bo otherwise possible. Even with this protection he emerged rather badly burned. His clothes were singed, his hat was wreck, and his right band had receive medical

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

1 Jul 1938

being: Three varieties of rambler roses, Mrs. G. H. Short; vase of flowers. Mrs, Wallhead and Mrs. T. Hammond: bowl of flowers, Mrs, Stothard and Mrs. A. Hossack; Three varieties of sweet peas. Miss and Mrs. Ririsdale; Tray vegetables. Miss F, Hossack. Re

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

8 Dec 1916

SLKAFORD URBAN COUNCIL. lighting station. the motion of Mr. Peake. Mr. Thornton, railway employe, was elected ae a member th*' Council in the place Mr. Chos. Aitiwell, i resigned. A h-tter wae read from Mr. Holdich. Clerk the County Council, asking for the

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

6 Oct 1910

Qnilter new M'«a Mrs. R. Mrs Onyon. Mr« Wibon. «»»1 Miw A. * atall. Mwe an>d uat tinie stall M K* P.vMiaon Miee Ifc.henn and M»ei» I >HtaitJ , ; tuh. M*' Btark ; pntat<* stall Mr D. land. Tho werw the chnrrh Hams. Ham*. ■ sure

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

9 Oct 1920

Saturday VARK and Mrs. Lowis, Mr. and Mrs. J. Miss Taylor Mi-s North Mr. T. Holt j of the Foreshore la'ugue match with Digby B ; - afternoon. Though the home team put NEW YORK. (ioslinJ and Mr. and ilrs. Fk. Daub- (Spilshvi Mr l. IVittertnn. Mr A. Friday evening

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

30 Dec 1911

char* aetiv ***' % •and. —SATTJBDA' Scottish Laird’s Romance. WEDDED AT 76 TO AN ENGLISH LADY. TAKES AT HIS MANSION- Romantic cirrumstancee surrounded the wedding of Major P. A. Watson Ownegy, the Laird of Lour, Forfarshire, on Friday last to Miss Winnifred

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

29 Jan 1898

awarded to Mr. Scoooes (New), and the Junior Mathematical Scholarship to Mr. W. Conway (Corpus); the Junior Mathematical Exhibition to Mr. H. V. Ball (Hertford). Lady Herschell's prixe to Mr. P. A. Sleeman (Mapdafen.) death Is snnoonoed of Mr. Oaufß* Heaton

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

10 Feb 1906

American journalist. well-known journalist —Mr. Joseph Fisher, of the “Northern Whig. Belfast, is a sturdy traveller, as well a newspaper man of repute—he was the “Standard the old days of hi« Then have Mr. Gerald Maxwell, editor of the “Court Journal

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

26 Aug 1882

dinner party. The canon was in ona his beat humours, and delighted was the painter that aakad him sit for his picture, to which proposition replied, “ thy ssrraat dog. that should do this thing? : Country house—Mrs. Puddm (looking out window, loquitur);

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Skegness Standard

Skegness Standard Lincolnshire, England

23 Sep 1931

the l.oid Viavor and l.ady Mayoress, the 6u« and Mrs. Ashworth. Mr. and Mrs. J(. 11. >»iiin lion, secreutries•. Mr. I*, li. llaggalev hot*, treasurer i. Mr. and Mrs. JUrrv \V*ssoii. Mr. ami Mr*, ti. Cotlson tSleaioni I*llll. and Mrs. If. Mileh:-H. Capt

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Lincolnshire Free Press

Lincolnshire Free Press Lincolnshire, England

1 Feb 1898

The death took place Tuesday, at BirkenheaJ, of Mr. John Laird, one of the partners in lbs shipbuilding firm of Laird Brothers. Mr. Laird wm the third son of the founder of the firm, the lata Mr. John Laird, M.P. Dr. Hodgson Wright, of Halifax, while with

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Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian

Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

6 Sep 1930

when players were present. Mr. C. T. Linford was M.C. and the prize winners were: Ladies—l, Mrs. Addy; 2, Mrs. Emery; 3, Mrs. Spiller; ♦. Mrs. Norris. Gentlemen. —I, Mr. T. Emery; 2, Mr. Foreman; 3, Mrs. (playing as gent); 4. Mr. G. Barton (after cut). Special

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Boston Guardian

Boston Guardian Lincolnshire, England

23 Aug 1930

Misslmlng, «» = Mrs. Brian ami Miss Brian 09-10-SI. Mrs. Hwinsroe anil Mrs. tope, itto-W! 811; Mrs. Broatlheml anil Mrs. Bntlin.' irei 10-85; Mrs. Koetley awl Mis' Bennett. 1(IB-I71-»1: Miss Alr.dk ami Miss Bunting. I' '.i. ,'| or Pierce ami Mrs. R. ■j“! rlo

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

15 Sep 1837

c. Redshank, Sandbeck, Mr. Corbett namesblk. c. by Robin Hood. yrs. Mr. Peacock names br. f. Cacia Pioti, or Voltair, out of Sister to Mayday, by Ardrossan, 3 yrs. Mr. Matnwaring names c. Capulet, by Young Phantom, 3 yrs. Mr. C. Tumor names br. c. C

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

18 Apr 1936

Hill (Mr Uilierr Basilod (Mr A McKinlay) . H Peaoork 8 Lard Clarion (Mr* J Gorman) A Boyd 8 4 gnnmyth (Mai B Holliday) Eatterby 8 Kina Front (Mr Thorac M Peacock 8 Jay Jay (Mr J B-lmiif) Art natron* 8 Peel Tower (Mr K Dand) 7 12 Shortridye (Mr Detirhar)

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

24 Jun 1939

NOT CRICKET Sir,— Presumably Mr. S. 2. Scott. In hi* haste assign -pot-hunting' attitude to the team, hat overlooked the facts of the Incident We share his hope that no batsman would deliberately deflect ball for his own end*, and our experience In various

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Lincolnshire Chronicle

Lincolnshire Chronicle Lincolnshire, England

27 Nov 1937

Council *M hcia in Um •rbonlrooßi on Monday Mr <. Baum Oar praaidlo* ll oat reported I Hat *. L. Laachman had not a lan dad a meat Inf of the Council, and Ilia aaat *a. daclarad vacant Mr T Harnaon North oMtMa. in Mr TtnkMr At a pravioua fha Council to the

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Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire Echo Lincolnshire, England

11 Oct 1910

** Have they been her* lately 9 < now »nfl porhnpn » answer. h*v* *h# diiwotly hi* ar-ira*. But, with a la'iffh. 1 think ho's» far too shrawd to caught. t»h. then has his wits about him- should rather say ao. Ha as sharpwitted and sharp-eyed the

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