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SITUATION WANTED.

SITUATION WANTED.

Butcher, highly tbcommended. seeks position : presently employed. Good shop and slaughter house man. Box No. 24. Leader. Naas. zl Tara men want employment cleaning drains contract. Naas-Sallins. Box No. 27. Leader. Naas. FOR SALE FOR SALE M TON* (APPROXIMATELY) GOOD QUALITY LUMP
05 February 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
KILDARf HOUNDS

KILDARf HOUNDS

TuesdsT. J«nu«T 35th. Bldekchurch —Johnstown -Kennedy was the first draw. Ptndlnc here bounds hunted hrough on towards Pigeon fast over Badger BUI scroes the Bed Bog lane on close to KUteel covert. Hefe Reynard was snd bounds turned sharp right-luuidsd over Ur, Dowling's farm, h
05 February 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
NAAS HARRIERS

NAAS HARRIERS

Suffered Rheumatism for many years Krusdtm quickly * relieved the pahi After iulterinf foe yctrr from thtumetian, lev dean af Knacftoi brought thtt mn reliefs sdk ia letter. can joa, too, if job m aavacc: from rheumatism far tammy years. At last a friemd ri-isaiimfif ta try Kntt
05 February 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
students of farm would have forecast

students of farm would have forecast

students farm would have forecast the Imposts with a reasonable degree of accuracy. The handtcapper did net gs "the whale has*' an Cottage Rageawarding Mm « Iba. Maa than the maahnam lt-7. Te some it mar anrarWng that Shaw Id the same level hut thd Frsash harass Rha' Oattaga Rake
05 February 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
DIED IN AMERICA

DIED IN AMERICA

NATIVK M( A Requiem Mass was celebrated in Bt. Dorothy's Church. Chicago (Illinois) for the late Mrs. Jane Heydon (nee Harrison), a native of Monasterevan. who died recently following a short Illness. She was the widow of the late Hugh Heydon. Monasterevnn. who predeceased her s
05 February 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 

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KILCULLEN CINEMA

KILCULLEN CINEMA

Kllcullen 4. Sunday, February t-Abbot and Costello in “KEEP 'EM FLVIMB." The sky is the limit in this whirlwind comedy, in which our heroes try to soar upwards to the stars. Won’t you join them. Monday and Tuesday, February T and •—Betty Grable. John Payne and Cesar Romero in "S
05 February 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
CLANE LICENSING SUMMONSES FINIS IMPOSED. At the Clane District Court James Lam be. Robertstown. was summoned for breach of the

CLANE LICENSING SUMMONSES FINIS IMPOSED. At the Clane District Court James Lam be. Robertstown. was summoned for breach of the

licensing laws on Saturday. 22nd January, at 11.30 p.m It was stated that three men were found on the premises. A fine of 40/. was Imposed.
19 March 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. P. P. Wilkinson, aolr.. for the defence.

Mr. P. P. Wilkinson, aolr.. for the defence.

In ft against Wm. Outoll. Allcnwood, » flnc of £3 wu Imposed. It wms stated that there were four men on the premises after hours.
19 March 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
EX-SERVICEMEN’S FEDERATION

EX-SERVICEMEN’S FEDERATION

19 March 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
ALLEKWOOD MEN FINED

ALLEKWOOD MEN FINED

At the Clone District Court Patrick Moore Bluetown. Allenwood. and Jos. Cronies', same address, were each lined £2 for driving horse and cart without due consideration for other users of the road. Wm HcPadden related that was motoring at Ooatstown at night, and saw light coming
19 March 1949 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland