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CORRESPONDENCE Appeal for Billets

CORRESPONDENCE Appeal for Billets

To Editor of the Quetta." tide time ot specfill owing to ULU uy tug on will you piease us earnestly with your reader - 1i who have any possible rooms accommodation in or around sleatord, to open their homes—it only for two or Carve weets--to Servicemen's wiveo, and where necessa
21 July 1944 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FARt4EISTODOUBLE N.F,U. "SUBS" Sleaford Breach Main , CASE OF 4NOW OR NEVER"

FARt4EISTODOUBLE N.F,U. "SUBS" Sleaford Breach Main , CASE OF 4NOW OR NEVER"

FARt4EISTODOUBLE N.F,U. "SUBS" Sleaford Breach Main , CASE OF 4 NOW OR NEVER" MBE chief purpose of a meeting -L of the Sleaford Branch of the National Farmers' Union, held in the Sessions House, Sleaford, on Saturday evening, was to consider the advisability of increasing the rat
21 July 1944 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
RUSK INGTON

RUSK INGTON

Niue. Tobacconist.", Slitaiord.-Boppliee are Dow bettar.—Advt. —.—.. —.- Women's Own. At the weekly meeting of the Women's Own held in the Wesleyan Reform schoolroom on Thursday of last week, Mrs. E. Smith, of Boston, presided and also gave the address. Mrs. Smith and Miss Wells
21 July 1944 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SWING BOATS

SWING BOATS

DART STALLS and
21 July 1944 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
W.V.S. VOLUNTEERS WANTED To Feed WorL.-n- en on London Housing Schemes

W.V.S. VOLUNTEERS WANTED To Feed WorL.-n- en on London Housing Schemes

W.V.S. VOLUNTEERS WANTED To Feed WorL. - n - en on London Housing Schemes Ifl HE Government have made an appeal to W.V.S. to volunteer for work in London for ten to fourteen days in connection with a centre for housing workmen who have gone from all over the country to give first
21 July 1944 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
DAME RACHAEL ROYDS' BEQUESTS.

DAME RACHAEL ROYDS' BEQUESTS.

Dame ILiehael Louisa of Stubtoti Ilall, wife of Sir Edmund 0.1 LE., formerly M.P. for the Sleafor t l Itivision, left £4,059, net personalty £2,242. She left u large picure of "Fane's Horse" painted hy her late uncle, General Walter Fan, to her husband tor life, then to her uncl
21 July 1944 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
SOUTH KYME Hiss.. Tobacconists. Elleo/ord.—Aloppilea sow bettar.—Advt. Savings. The Local Savings collected V 2,177 as, lid. during the quarter ending

SOUTH KYME Hiss.. Tobacconists. Elleo/ord.—Aloppilea sow bettar.—Advt. Savings. The Local Savings collected V 2,177 as, lid. during the quarter ending

June 30th. In addition, there were private investments at Slealord and invested for various charities. Red Cross.—The Red Cross collections for June realised 1:6 7s. 2d.. Mrs. Lainyman Cl 55., Clarricoates V 2 7s fsl.. Mks Fixtor VI 38, 4d., Mrs. Cl 2s. 6d., Mr. Barnatt 7s. • th
21 July 1944 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MASONS PROPRIETOR: E. NIL THIS WEEK'S PRICES NEW POTATOES, 2 Wm 3id. CABBAGE, 311. per lb. CAULIFLOWERS, Sid. per W.

MASONS PROPRIETOR: E. NIL THIS WEEK'S PRICES NEW POTATOES, 2 Wm 3id. CABBAGE, 311. per lb. CAULIFLOWERS, Sid. per W.

BROAD BEANS, 4d. per lb. SALAD ONIONS, Sd. per lb. RHUBARB, 341. W ID. NEW CARROTS, 3141. NEW TURNIPS, 4d. lb. NEW BEETROOT. GARDEN PEAS. FRESH CUT FLOWERS. II Available— TOMATOES, 1/5 Mr lb. BLACK CURRANTS, 1/9 per lb. RED CURRANTS, 1001. Per G. GOOSEBERRIES, 7d. per lb. RASPBE
21 July 1944 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLN LAMB

LINCOLN LAMB

Still maintains its position as the
04 December 1897 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FUNERAL OF MR. ALFRED BRADBURY, OF GAINSBOROUGH.

FUNERAL OF MR. ALFRED BRADBURY, OF GAINSBOROUGH.

On Monday the funeral of Mr. Alfred Bradbury, wbo died on Friday morning, through scalds inflicted by the explosion of a boiler, took place at Holy Trinity Church. There was a very large attendanoe, se the deceaaed was very popular among all sections of the townspeople. The fune
04 December 1897 - Sleaford Gazette - Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England