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fpROM 12th May, Desirable Residence, -*■ Greenbank, Berwick, 3 Entertaining, 6 Bedrooms, Bathroom, h.andc. e.l. Kitchens, good garden and grounds,

fpROM 12th May, Desirable Residence, -*■ Greenbank, Berwick, 3 Entertaining, 6 Bedrooms, Bathroom, h.andc. e.l. Kitchens, good garden and grounds,

Garage. Apply T. Harris. FeU House, Borwlck, Camforth. REAVES Road. Small House recently modernised. Near centre of town. Reasonable rent to suitable tenant. Tel. Lancaster 344.
8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
KEN. CHEAPSIDE LEGAL NOTICE.

KEN. CHEAPSIDE LEGAL NOTICE.

I EDWARD MANGAN, 29 Scale * Hall Lane. Lancaster, will not be responsible after this date, for any debts, unless personally contracted. (Signed! EDWARD MANGAN. April Bth. 1938.
8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
paint make and legs.’*—Chinese proverb.

paint make and legs.’*—Chinese proverb.

8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
MENTAL INSTITUTION.

MENTAL INSTITUTION.

On Friday, Miss Hamilton brought party of friends from Windermere, consisting of Misses Wilson and Harris, Mesdamcs Buckley, Scott, and Heath, Messrs. R. Nicholson, T. Barber, H. R. Hulbcri, and J. Hunter, who gave delightful programme dances, and vocal and instrumcntal music. T
8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
WINTER ACTIVITIES.

WINTER ACTIVITIES.

Mr. Manners read the annual report which stated; “The great loss that all educational bodies this City* have sustained by the death of Mr. G. H Mitchell, has been shared in no small measure by this Institute. Mr. Mitchell was always very welcome at Rycland. House, and with his k
8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
INGLETON POLICE

INGLETON POLICE

FRlDAY.—Before Messrs T. Dee (In the chair), S. Brown, C. Wlleock, R. C. Ford. T. Parker. J. E. Smart and Harvey. Shortest Court The court was the shortest record there being only one case, and business was completed in a fcT/ minutes. Thirteen licensees the Ingleton s.b-divlslo
8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
Applications

Applications

by William Arthur Smith for the transfer of the wine off licence at 23, Market Street, Lancaster, and John Brown for the full transfer of the White Horse Hotel were granted. Mr. E. Caton, of the Castle Hotel, granted extension of the liquor licence on Friday (to-day), the occas
8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
[lll IT AND ©BO GO IK MERCER'S STOUT there's a meal in my bottle

[lll IT AND ©BO GO IK MERCER'S STOUT there's a meal in my bottle

[lll AND ©BO IK MERCER'S STOUT there's a meal in bottle RirtON'S BLACKBURN BREVECT LTD, SALFORD BREVERY, BLACKBURN •ii an hour’s reading or in the evening without your ling heavy or tired? If not, advised: Consult F <E (Opticians) LTD. . NEW STREET, LANCASTER. ’Phone 677. -C.CCS.
8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
To Pay The Costs

To Pay The Costs

It does seem to me to be ridiculous that a car should have its lights on while on a parking place,’’ said Mr. W. H. Winder, defending Ernest Clark, of Kendal, who was summoned for leaving a motor-car in Camforth, without lights. P.C. Berry gave evidence of the offence and agreed
8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
LAMENTATIONS

LAMENTATIONS

I was at peace—a one-way street, A little wont, but still I could Have borne whate’er my fate befell. And that one mom—the breakers came They ripped me up—Oh! what mar A brand new coat they gave me. To be exact, ten days took, Which ended but a week ago. And peace—peace—peace ag
8 April 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England