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COUNTY OP THE WEST BIDING OF YORKSHIRE.

COUNTY OP THE WEST BIDING OF YORKSHIRE.

County Council the West X Biding ot Yorkshire invito TENDERS tgr the period from the Ist April, 1941, to the t March, 1942 for * Road Bolling Steam Rollers. Mechanical Haulage (Steam and Petrol Wagons). Team Labour. Forms of Tender and further particulars may obtained the Office
03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS VACANT.

DOMESTIC SITUATIONS VACANT.

COOK-GENERAL Wanted (resident). Dally help given. Write Box “Guardian.” .. . , DAILY Worker Wonted, immediately. Private House (8.30 to 2.30). No cooking. Heat Bank. Write Box 928 Guardian.” . . Experienced Hotel cook required, live out. Good wages. Apply Alexandra Hotel, Lancas
03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
FOR THE REMOVAL OP DEAD

FOR THE REMOVAL OP DEAD

AND WORN-OUT HORSES. COWS, ETC. 'Phone Garstang 29, Preston 2911.
03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
HALLE CONCERT TO-MORROW

HALLE CONCERT TO-MORROW

Sir Henry Wood Will Conduct To-morrow (Saturday) will be historic date in the City's musical annals for it marks the first visit of the Halle Orchestra under the baton of the eminent conductor. Sir Henry Wood. The Ashton Hall is the venue and the concert begins at 3-30 pm. An at
03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
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03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 

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TOO LATE!

TOO LATE!

DON’T LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU.
03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
Yes, I believe so.

Yes, I believe so.

Witness; Mr. Winder: you know you could have demanded the peas themselves You did not say you preferred the peas themselves, did you? Witness: No. Mr. Winder: Why didn't you say you wanted the peas themselves? There was reply, and Winder commented: Never mind. CARRYING INSTRUCTI
03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
SOLDIERS’ COMFORTS FUND.

SOLDIERS’ COMFORTS FUND.

A military whist drive was held in the Parish Room Monday. The winning teams were: Ireland (Mesdames H. Bolton, Parkinson. Miss Clement and Hr. J. lansoni, India (Mr. T. Graveson, Mesdames Hutherea.l, W. aravesoa, Aatle*. Egypt (Mesdames Finch, Harrison, Braitowaite and Walker).
03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
MORE EVACUEES

MORE EVACUEES

Officer, Mr. G. M. Bland, and his staff, assisted by members of the City Council and other voluntary helpers had a busy afternoon yesterday when they received about a couple of thousand evacuees from vulnerable areas which have recently suffered from enemy action. Guardian repor
03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
/(Aiftsaat [KIDNEYSjSBgZ^ V PAUSE

/(Aiftsaat [KIDNEYSjSBgZ^ V PAUSE

[KIDNEYSjSBgZ^ V PAUSE XTEVER trifle with kidney lihnentx. Relieve hftorhr, ifaeunwric cujUf muxdet ABd puffy eyes, disturbed nights and dizzy before the; am bcoome more {MM du« t» th* tethira Mdw* •» iiMl ■—mfi lil«iii| Stsrt taking Doom Bsckicfae Kidney Pills. Thi» »peci«l kidn
03 January 1941 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England