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CAR AUCTION-14Th.Cattle Market. every MOO- 1 lay at 1 31I• There have been many and varied predictions recently the future

CAR AUCTION-14Th.Cattle Market. every MOO- 1 lay at 1 31I• There have been many and varied predictions recently the future

of the Motor Trade I hut there as at lea., one cortaintv.i and that Ls the increasing .aritv ef the Car Auctions I Fifty cars ant required each , seek and prices are assured Collection or delivery can be arranged suit your to particular. aMele . front I Teen. 1. ft etreet. Linco
15 October 1947 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
SPALDING

SPALDING

ANNOUNCEMENT OF SALE OF THE VALUABLE CONTENTS OF "HAVERHOLME" in all about 1,100 LOTS, LNCLUDING APPOD:TMENTS OF 23 BEDROOMS. LOUNGE. DINING ROOMS. MORNING ROOM. KITCHENS. ETC. mately MU square %,ards 01 LINOLEUM. la t , tit SINGLE BEDSTEADS, I othrt Bedsteads. 2 Box 2dattressen
16 September 1942 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
SALES BE Aucnoti

SALES BE Aucnoti

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16 September 1942 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
and EQUIPMENT,

and EQUIPMENT,

MACHINERY, ETC. it prompt particttars in cards from the Auctioneers. LODGE FARM. FOLKINGHAM. 1 mile from Folkingham. 9 miles front Bourne. 9 miles from Sleaford 115ESSRS. WILLIAM H. BROWN & Son instructed by Mr. S W. Barthorpe (who has sold the farm) will SELL by AUCTION upon th
16 September 1942 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
BICKER

BICKER

Accidsai.--A serious accident betel Mr. F. Croft. of the Flat-roofed House, in which he sustained a broken leg. He was unloading a potato sprayer on the farm of Mr. S. Collins at the Wykes, Donington. when • part of the sprayer hit him in the chest and fell across his leg. He is
16 September 1942 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
WINTER TRANSPORT PROBLEMS

WINTER TRANSPORT PROBLEMS

The movement of men, materials and munitions during tne coining winter will preseni, the biggest transport proulem since the war began. and one that can only be sowed ,by imposing new restrictions travel. • These restrictions., announced last week, apply to cheap day trips, visi
16 September 1942 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
losallos

losallos

BAKNATT.—At Etatnton. on Sept gth, I.dith Ma* Barnet 'nee Ward. of Stotnl)) I. aged 12 years. Bl,ll,lll.—Sentemher 8. Phoebe Jane fl,oun. 86: 9 Mary Smith. 60: 10, Aillhony Dales Curtis Cheurnan. 34. Ntilbearb.—Sept. 4 Georste Edward Brooks, 33 B"igin.—September 6, Harry Jarvis.
16 September 1942 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
DEATH OF FORMER MAYORESS Alderman C. N. Tunnard Bereaved

DEATH OF FORMER MAYORESS Alderman C. N. Tunnard Bereaved

Much sympathy is extended to Alderman C. N. Tunnard. of Boston. in the death of his sister. Mrs. Georgina Martha Jebb, wife of Mr. George Jebb. who passed away at the age of 75 at the Manor House. Milldreth, near Royston. Mrs. Jebb be remembered by many Bostonians as a very popu
16 September 1942 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Youthful At Forty-five WOMEN WHO ARE ENVIED

Youthful At Forty-five WOMEN WHO ARE ENVIED

How young she looks." is the remark often made about the woman who retains her iittitui appear- ' ance and good spirits until well past middle-age. Theneason is this: the woman who at forty-five still looks in the thirt:es has preserved her youth by keeping her blood in good ord
16 September 1942 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
WHAT THE W.l.'. ARE DOING Activities of Local Branches

WHAT THE W.l.'. ARE DOING Activities of Local Branches

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16 September 1942 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England