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FINANCIAL.

FINANCIAL.

DVERTISER with sound business a*- and unlimited scope for expansion, requires active partner with car, and small capital.—Box 10, “Standard” Office, Boston.
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOSTON LADY ROBBED

BOSTON LADY ROBBED

Handbag Opened and Purse Taken A WELL-KNOWN Boston lady had an unhappy experience while spending the holiday week-end London, being robbed of her purse, which contained over £4~nearly all the money which she and her husband had with them. The lady was Mrs. F. BorrUl. Skirbeck Ro
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
WHAT POLICE SAW AT LOUTH INN

WHAT POLICE SAW AT LOUTH INN

LICENSEE AND CUSTOMER DENY LATE DRINK CHARGES “NO BEAUTIFUL BARMAID TO TAKI EMPTIES AWAY”! When the police entered them into the bar. The Inspector who was the landlord and witiuthat he was. The Inspector the:, that he was not the landlord, bin ness insisted that he was. In tin-
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
FREiSTON

FREiSTON

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL treat a.r-ranged for yesterday (Thursday) at the Priory had b? postponed owing to the weaather. At a recent meeting of the Church Council it was decided to paint and creosote the Church Hall.
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE WREATHS.

THE WREATHS.

Wreaths were sent as follow; “Happy memories.” from Father. Mary and Geoff; Peggy and Geoff; to Uncle David, from Baby Richard Barnett; Cecily, Southbourne; Jack and Auntie Nellie; Mr. and Mrs. Miller-Thurlby. Jessie and Em, Great Casterton, Stamford; Mrs. R. Stanley Johnson. Le
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
FRUIT.

FRUIT.

1 W. Sewell. Gant; back currants, I F. H. Taylor. 2 E Gant; oking apples. 1 W. Sewell. 2 Scarbrough, r. M. TgyVor; dessert apples, 1 Taylor, 2 M. Lea. W. Sewell. FLOWERS. Basket ef flowers. 1 Miss C. Achurch. Mia» J/wyles. 3 Mrs. W. Chapman; (six varieties), 1 W. Sewell. Mrs. J
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
(ECONO FIRE.

(ECONO FIRE.

Charles Alfred Green, farmer, South View Farm, Burgh Road, Skegness, stated that about 7 p.m, on Thursday, July 27th, he visited his “off yard.” »hich is situate about 60 yards from the main Burgh-Skegness Road. The yard is located in a grass field and comprised one straw stack,
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
GREAT LOSS TO HORNCASTLE

GREAT LOSS TO HORNCASTLE

Death of Mias Madge Auckland FIS WITH regret that the death had to recorded Min Florence Marjorie (Madge) Auckland, only daughter of Coun. and Mrs. Charleg Auckland, ot The Rosary, SpUsby Road, Horn cm tie, which occurred bar heme yesterday (Thursday) afternoon. Every sympathy w
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOSTON AND DISTR DIVISION I

BOSTON AND DISTR DIVISION I

v. BOSTON B.C At Coningsby on Wednesday, in the Boston League. Div. I 164 F. Davis 20 H. Bonner W. Almond 21 H. Capes E. Sivill 21 F. Swinn D. Sivill 21 G. Capes J. W. Sivill 14 G. Swinn J. S. Kemp 7 J. R. Smith Colts G. Richardson C.‘ T. Linford 21 R. Greswell C. Pell 17 W. E.
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
AT GADWELL

AT GADWELL

of Frampton, Boston, on a similar machine. Walker is a rider who has steadily improved this year and his success was well-deserved.
12 August 1939 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England