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VILLAGE WATER SUPPLIES

VILLAGE WATER SUPPLIES

24 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
TIRED KIDNEYS .ymg you down ? amid Cy.liiis, Pr•staillis. • • 4111.10••••, kaliMag. mad U, aid Tina& No awe m

TIRED KIDNEYS .ymg you down ? amid Cy.liiis, Pr•staillis. • • 4111.10••••, kaliMag. mad U, aid Tina& No awe m

*IN Mr You ainnot fed fit when kidneys are sluggish, inflamed and unable to cope withadd-poisons in the blood. Irritation takes place in the bladder —disturbed nights result. Leg-pains, rheumatism, lire mid digestive troubles begin to sap vitality; nuke you feel in and depressed
24 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
J. L.. Mrs. Cadwallader and Michael WEOBLEY and Mrs. Field; A. and A. Preece and MARRIAGE OF hllBB P. E.

J. L.. Mrs. Cadwallader and Michael WEOBLEY and Mrs. Field; A. and A. Preece and MARRIAGE OF hllBB P. E.

PRICE Arthur. Several wreaths bore no names. AND MR. W. REYNOLDR.—A J)retiL The undertaking arrangements were by wedding was witnessed al, Weobley Part Nlessrs. G. Lewis and Son. Kiingsland. Church on Thursday last. the Vicar e Rev.. E. Pinch ) officiating , between Miss P . Ell
10 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
GOLDEN WEDDING

GOLDEN WEDDING

MR. AND MRS. J. ADAMS. AT LEYSTERS A reception was held at Church House Farm, Leysters, by kind permission of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones. on May 20th. to celebrate the golden wedding of Nir and Mrs. Jim Adams. residing at Lodge Farm. Leysters, their home address being the Cottag
03 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
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03 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 

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STOP that SOURING

STOP that SOURING

Summer milk is also vital milk. The nation needs all you can produce but every gallon must be clean and sweet to prevent rapid souring in hot weather. Sour milk means waste of money, labour and vital food. Consumers refuse sour milk and it makes poor cheese. Stop summer souring
03 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
t4i Wrat What leek this week ? Will he draw his favourite cigarettes ? Or must he content himself with

t4i Wrat What leek this week ? Will he draw his favourite cigarettes ? Or must he content himself with

another brand ? There is not enough of any one brand to enable Naafi to distribute forty a week to every man; be must take the balance in other This question is uppermost in the mind of every Service man when he presents his coupon at the Nita to buy his weekly entitlement of ci
03 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
LICENSED HORSE AND CATTLE SLAUGHTERING Depot: Waterhouse, Knighton, Rads. Proprietor : W. EVANS. SPECIAL PRICES LIVE HORSES. Rest Prices Paid

LICENSED HORSE AND CATTLE SLAUGHTERING Depot: Waterhouse, Knighton, Rads. Proprietor : W. EVANS. SPECIAL PRICES LIVE HORSES. Rest Prices Paid

for Cattle and Horses. Allve or Dead. All Animal• .Slaughtered by Greener's Humane Killer. Prompt Payment. Immediate Removals . 'Phone : Knighton 54
03 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
PERSONAL

PERSONAL

RUNDOWN MEN, WOMEN! NEW LIPS O'VER2IIGHTI Stimulants in Oystrax Tonic Tablets start new vim, energy Instantly ; revitalise whole body in seven days. ONLY 1/9 CPUs Pura. tax).—At all Chemists.
24 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England
 
BRIDGE AND MONKLAND

BRIDGE AND MONKLAND

At the Talbot Hotel Leominster, on Friday, Messrs. Russell, Baldwin and Bright, Ltd. offered for sale by auction No. 36, High Street, Leominster, a freehold business premises formerly occupied by the late Mr. .1. W. Rowe, chemist. Vacant possession was offered. The pro. perty wa
24 June 1944 - Kington Times - Kington, Herefordshire, England