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SIEAFORD CATTLE MARKET. MONDAY, 16th JULY. 1945. Messrs, earl & Lawrence will include in their Auction; U) IRISH BLACK POLL

SIEAFORD CATTLE MARKET. MONDAY, 16th JULY. 1945. Messrs, earl & Lawrence will include in their Auction; U) IRISH BLACK POLL

and HEREFORD STEERS. >C IRISH SHORTHORN HEIFERS (running with Red dull). Sale at 12.0 o’clock.
07 July 1945 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
PROPERTY WANTtiP.

PROPERTY WANTtiP.

SHOP and/or large yard and lockup shed wanted, near centre of Sleaford: good rental paid. Box 906, "Standard” Office. Sleaford
07 July 1945 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Food Facts No. 2&0

Food Facts No. 2&0

The work’s got to be done quickly, of course. But you needn’t sacrifice safety for speed. Vim is quick and safe 1 It takes the heart out of grease and dirt, but its smoothness avoids the danger of scratching. Vim is very, very good the trusted cleanser that you should always kee
07 July 1945 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
PLUCKY RESCUE

PLUCKY RESCUE

Narrow Escape of Boston Child prompt action of a Boston youth undoubtedly saved the life of 3i-years-old Colin Beecham last Friday afternoon. Sixteen-years-old Sid Woods, of 7, Sydney Street, was returning to White’s Garage with his workmate, Mr. Fred Parker, of Haven Bank, with
07 July 1945 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
GOING EAST

GOING EAST

CPL. John Robert Bernbridge. Parachute Rest., ha* returned to his unit in Wiltshire for action in the East. He joined the Forces in February. 1944, and has seen service with the °arachute Rest, France, Belium, Luxemirg and Hoimd. He finally finished on the tltic coast at ,/ismar
07 July 1945 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Doninaton Residences.

Doninaton Residences.

Messrs. Lumby * White. Domnston on Thursday. olTered three cottages in station Street, two each including garden, wash-house and pigsties. Messrs, Tiinson. Sharpe and Coo's arc the tenants at rents ss. and 4s. a week respectively. The top bidder was Mr. A. Hempsall at £2OO. A dw
07 July 1945 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
FORMER BOSTON CURATE

FORMER BOSTON CURATE

Sent For Trial on Serious Charges Tj'ORMER curate in charge of St. James’, Boston, the Rev J. R. Jourdain, Vicar of Morton, Gainsborough was committed for trial at Lindsey Quarter Sessions by the Gainsborough magistrates last Thursday on seven charges alleging that he indecently
07 July 1945 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Marriages.

Marriages.

I ABLEV HAMILTON, —At St. Andrew s Church Manse, on June 30. 1945, by the Rev. A. S. Kenton, M.A.. Fred, eldest son Mr and Mrs John Farley, Dudley, to Mina, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Hamilton, Orblston Road. Bellshill. • JOHNSTON—MELVILLE. At Bothwell Memorial Churcn, o
06 July 1945 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
There was never a dull moment the Brandon Park on Monday Park on Monday night when the Mossend Boys’ Guild

There was never a dull moment the Brandon Park on Monday Park on Monday night when the Mossend Boys’ Guild

and Shleldmulr met In battle In the semifinal of a cup. When I say battle I am not exaggerating, for a hectic affair was; neither team could be accused of suffering from an Inferiority complex. the end of the usual term It was a draw of two goals each. Extra time saw each side s
06 July 1945 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland