1875 Jan 23rd
On Wednesday, a hog-pig, 12 months old, was slaughtered at the Brewery, Crowle, and weighed 40 stones. It was bred and fed by Mr. J Flinton.
Police. – On Thursday, a man named Seaton was charged with using threatening language to his wife with intent to do her grievous bodily harm. The case was dismissed.
Epworth. – At a meeting of the Epworth Highway Board held at the Police Station, Epworth, on Thursday January 21st, there were present: S C Aslin, W S Stephenson (in the chair), S G Belton, P East, J N Pindar, C Brown,E Maw, T Taylor, G Harris, W Barrowcliff, R Glew, T Ross, J Brownlow, and J Barnard.
1875 Feb 13th
Messrs T and J Mason slaughtered a pig, aged 16 months, weighing forty one and a half stones. It was the property of Wm. Lockwood, of Pitholes, Crowle.
On Friday, the 5th inst., Mr. Kirk of Luddington, delivered a lecture on ‘Astronomy’. There was both vocal and instrumental music – Miss Steele presided at the pianoforte, and Mrs. S G Belton, Mrs. Pyke, and Mr. Pyke rendered the vocal part of the entertainment.