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PETITION for REMOVAL of CERTIFICATE for the Sale of Exciseable Liquors in the Northern District of the County of Ayr, in terms of the Finance Act, 1942.

PETITION for REMOVAL of CERTIFICATE for the Sale of Exciseable Liquors in the Northern District of the County of Ayr, in terms of the Finance Act, 1942.

__ 2-- ' . I , Dear Sir,— Christmas is the festival of divine and human . goodwill. It But peace cannot stay on the is the day when famdies should throne unless we mould the structure of world and nation gather round the home fireside. accortling to the spirit of gm-slit it the
25 December 1942 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
WOOD'S CHALLENGE REMEDY

WOOD'S CHALLENGE REMEDY

Is guaranteed under the awn of £lOO sure when others fail. Far superior to Pills, Pehew or any Cont►nental west went. For all of irrefolaritios. bow ever obstinate, WOODS CHALLENGE REMEDY is supreme. Prices 3e6d and 6s. Special, 14s. Stamp for Advice. Estab lisbed years, Mr & Mr
25 December 1942 - Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette - Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
 
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
 
BUCKHAVEN & PHIL CHURCHES To•DAT (Wedneeday) Intercessory Service in ST. ADRIAN'S PARISH CHURCH. Wert Weenyes. at p.m. Preacher—Rev. R. FYFE

BUCKHAVEN & PHIL CHURCHES To•DAT (Wedneeday) Intercessory Service in ST. ADRIAN'S PARISH CHURCH. Wert Weenyes. at p.m. Preacher—Rev. R. FYFE

HOWAT, M.A. Intercessory Sergio* 'I p.m., in the BAPTIST CHURCH, Buckhaven. Preacher—Rev. JAMBS ROBB. 1 THURSDAY. at PARISH CHURCH—lnteri vies. Preasber—Rev. ROBERT MURRAY, B.D. I sitioAv—in COALTOWN OP WEMTSB MINERS' INSTITUTE, • Public Meeting will be at 7 p.m. Chairman—Rev, T
02 December 1942 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
sour'''. mu COAST MISSION Seaman liethel. High Street Methil. WEDNESDAY— S p.m.—Women's Bright Hour. Speaker--Mr Archibald, Burntisland. SATURDA Y-7.3o—Bright Gospel

sour'''. mu COAST MISSION Seaman liethel. High Street Methil. WEDNESDAY— S p.m.—Women's Bright Hour. Speaker--Mr Archibald, Burntisland. SATURDA Y-7.3o—Bright Gospel

Meeting. 'Speaker—Mr McLauchlan and Musical Party, Coaltowu of Wemysa. SUNDAY-6.30--Gospel Mooting. Speaker—The Missionary. The Choir will render Pieces. All are heartily welcomed. CHURCH et RUTLAND. SUNDAY. 6th December, World Mission Sands,. Preparatory Service-11.30 a.m. kirk
02 December 1942 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 

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WORIZNII,RECTION BRITISH LEGION, LEVEN BRANCH. AWHIST iod DOMINO DRIVE in aid of the Branch'. Comfort Fund in Co-operative Hall on

WORIZNII,RECTION BRITISH LEGION, LEVEN BRANCH. AWHIST iod DOMINO DRIVE in aid of the Branch'. Comfort Fund in Co-operative Hall on

THURSDAY first, 3rd December, at 2.30 p.m, prompt. Tickets, J. S., Secy.
02 December 1942 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
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02 December 1942 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
FIVE YEARS UNDER NAZIS MOMS* OP " wet say party. I aim het ewe these Wallas who have been their

FIVE YEARS UNDER NAZIS MOMS* OP " wet say party. I aim het ewe these Wallas who have been their

Gauntry for atavism dews; I only a wile stands for awl heed... That why I Opt Mee whew ever I lan." So said Frau Lilian when addressing a large audience in Jubilee Theatre, Liven. I am the mother of Hans Linen, a young lawyer in Berlin, who devoted his Urne defending the workers
02 December 1942 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland
 
TRIALS A MOCKERY.

TRIALS A MOCKERY.

Speaking of administration of justice, Frau Litten said that one of the most appalling things in Nazi law was the use of the death permit). The number of death sentences was mounting, sea they were pronounced for treascr., a son, thefts during the black out, trend and forgery. U
02 December 1942 - Leven Mail - Leven, Fife, Scotland