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OUR TARGET – 160,000

OUR TARGET – 160,000

OUR TARGET - 160,000 We're hitting them hard—harder every day. Then let no punch fail for want of your backing. Shots• England that her spirit of determination burns as brightly in Kington as anywhere. Fight with your money—now! HOW 2% SAVINGS BONDS 1140.70. Measles, wee el (SO u
03 April 1943 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
RESERVED FOR KIN.GTON ECONOMY LAUNDRY

RESERVED FOR KIN.GTON ECONOMY LAUNDRY

THE SINGTON 7. 7 ‘IMES. APRIL 3. 1943.
03 April 1943 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
OLD RADNOR NEW GRAVEYARD

OLD RADNOR NEW GRAVEYARD

The Bishop of Hereford (Dr. R. G. Parsons) consecrated an addition of a quarter of an acre to the churchyard on Sunday. He walked in procession round the ground, vororted by the churchwardens (Sir H. W. Duff-Gordon, Ht., and Mr. kleyrick Bevhee), with the Rural Dean .Preli. W. N
03 April 1943 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
FOR SALE

FOR SALE

AUTOCYCLUS. Immediate delivery Cyc autos, Scott engine, inclusive running costs, igd. per mile. Ministry of Transport permit re quired . —Full particulars, CoyNry Moross,Hereford, 'Phone riot. Sok, AUSTIN 7 SAI.AniN 0930, good condition.—Write, Miss Mt THERS, Ey ton Hall, Leomin
03 April 1943 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
DANCE

DANCE

An enjoyable dance vvas held in the Nes School, WCobley. on Friday evening when there was a large company present. The successful event was organised by the W.J.A.C. in aid of the Red Cross Prisoners of War Fund. The M.C. was Mr. J. Herbert and the music was provided by the Diam
03 April 1943 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 

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KINCTON AUCTION

KINCTON AUCTION

THURSDAY NEXT, APRIL 22nd, 1943. JACKSON & McCARTNEY, Kington and Craven Arms. Auctioneers,
17 April 1943 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
e*EASEll4lYlilaiitOP ' 4 ALL 10" fiELOS

e*EASEll4lYlilaiitOP ' 4 ALL 10" fiELOS

10 April 1943 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
"Wings for Victory" MAKE YOUR ON FLY ! LEND all you can to the Nation THROUGH THE West Midland Savings

"Wings for Victory" MAKE YOUR ON FLY ! LEND all you can to the Nation THROUGH THE West Midland Savings

Bank 19, Corn Square, LEOMINSTER In the TRUSTEE SAVINGS BANK You can deposit any_ amount up to Lsoo each year. You obtain 4% interest per annum. You can withdraw up to ) 0o on demand, and larger sums can be withdrawn on seven days' notice. You can pay in cash, cheques, postal or
10 April 1943 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
RURAL CRAFTSMEN

RURAL CRAFTSMEN

Mr. Driberg, the Member for the Maldon Division of Essex, is to ask the Minister of Agriculture this week, "If he has considered the resolution sent to him recently by a conference of Essex blacksmiths, saddlers. wheelwrights, thatchers and hurdle-makers, drawing atten- tion to
10 April 1943 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England
 
HOUSING TUG OF WAR IN a recently publlahea historical work the writer states that Charles 1. took an ironical delight

HOUSING TUG OF WAR IN a recently publlahea historical work the writer states that Charles 1. took an ironical delight

in flinging a bone between his two spaniels because it was symbolical of contention. The allocation or houses in the Evesham Rural district both under the post-war scheme and the Ministry of Agriculture's emergency programme seems to be productive of a similar result. There are
10 April 1943 - Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer - Evesham, Worcestershire, England