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Saved Their Trouble.

Saved Their Trouble.

This infuriated the quislings, who posted Hird men (stormtroopers) in many of the trams and threatened that if this went In the people would he arrested for "demonstrating against the State." It made no difference. Now the quisling authorities have revised their methods. "We'll
31 December 1942 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
1943 IN THE SHOPS :-

1943 IN THE SHOPS :-

CRAP/FORD & SON, 4TEURS 19 Cathcart St., Charles St. GREENOCK. CATERING A SPECI 5 Do your shopping in as few bits possibin It will save the shopkeeper's time and pew. Try and buy a week's supply of goods at one time. This isn't easy for you, but your shopkeeper, who is very shor
31 December 1942 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
GREENOCK TYPEWRITING CENTRE

GREENOCK TYPEWRITING CENTRE

27 Hamilton Street, Greenock. Toisphene: 1936. All Classes Typewriting undertaken by experts. envelopes addressed, Circulars folded and prepared for posting. Neat accurate work. Moderate Charges. Orders may be left at "express'! or posted direct to or.
31 December 1942 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
OVERALLS AND SUITS

OVERALLS AND SUITS

818 OVERALLS, ... ... 6/6 to 10/5 BOILER SUITS, ... 14/6 to 20/ BOILER SUITS,. R.A.F., ... 14/41 to 17/9 OVERALL COATS, ... ... 13/6 to 19/6 WAREHOUSE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY ON Ist, 2nd, and 6th JANUARY, 1943. GILCHRIST'S 21 Hamilton St., ,Creenock _ -
31 December 1942 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
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31 December 1942 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 

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EDUCATIONAL

EDUCATIONAL

T>OY Trying Ma'ricu’atlon Reqs. Private .O Tutor, nights.—Bo*-M8855 IRL Accordionist Exper. In Dance Band —Box C 2278. SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED #ons vaeanctta for acornfn aawtuad btlow rtUaita to a woman between tk« ogee of and 30 inelutitt auch a we*.an (a/ living «n*A her
31 December 1942 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TIMBER

TIMBER

LARGE RECREATION HUT 150 50, Main Road, Monmouthshire, Construe- Camp. 1 Weatherboard, 20 ft. Lengths, Lined & Ceilinged with Wallboard. All Electric Fittings, Sanitation. Baths, Stores and Heating Stoves. Apply: Box C 2327, Mail & Echo, Cardiff.
31 December 1942 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FINANCIAL NOTES CROSSWORD

FINANCIAL NOTES CROSSWORD

ACROSS 1. Debts to be discharßed (7). 7. Piace o! confinement (4). 9. Make note o! liquid measure (o). 11. Show* which way the wind’s blowing (4). 12. Casar. for example (5). 15. German river (4). 14. One mine’ (anagram). 13. Plucky in sport (4). 20. Should give tone to the syst
31 December 1942 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
LAST EDITION

LAST EDITION

EVE 60-9-55 JOSEPH WATSON A SONS LTD., LEEDS Issued th« National Savings Committee and lovely* if your skin has been cared for by 3d (including purchase lax) 1 COUPON
31 December 1942 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RANGER’S ANSWERS

RANGER’S ANSWERS

C. Lawson. —l. Lawton scored the first goal In the Everton-Manchester City match, played at Qoodison Park, on Christmas Day. 2. G. Hodgson left Liverpool to Join Aston Villa.
31 December 1942 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England