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BOROUGH OF BOSTON. AUXILIARY FIRE BRIGADE.

BOROUGH OF BOSTON. AUXILIARY FIRE BRIGADE.

Council invite Tenders for the supply and delivery of Uniforms and Equipment for the Auxiliary Fire Brigade. In accordance with the standard specifications issued by the Home Office (Fire Brigades Division). Particulars of the articles required and forms of tender may be obtaine
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
FOR PROTECTION

FOR PROTECTION

pWO TRAGEDIES marred the commencement of tne August holiday week-end at Skegness, one of these being the sad death by drowning of a little three-year-old boy who had arrived with his parents only the previous day to spend a camping holiday. He was Clarence Coleman, younger son o
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS.

OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS.

On Tuesday, too. a start was made with the open county championships. In the absence of the holder. J. L. Chamberlain. E. Keen, of Oxlord. a Berkshire county player and new-comer to the tournament. was regarded as one ot the most likely aspirants for the title. On Saturday, he l
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
MIXED DOUBLES.

MIXED DOUBLES.

First round: J. Longstaff and Miss B. Hicks beat J. R. and Miss Mawer —2, —o: E. C. Keen and Miss E Middleton beat W. E Thickett and Miss M. Caudwell fr-2. 6—3: H. C. Hutson and Mrs. Allen beat W. A. Williamson and Mrs. A. Smith —4, a-7. 7—5. Second round—A. C. and Miss Bishop w
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
“A BLUE-DOMER.”

“A BLUE-DOMER.”

BLUE-DOMER.” Talking out-door attractions, the Vicar proceeded: “That reminds me of how. year or two ago. one of our American friends who came I ere church afterwards said to how glad was u> have been with us. for. at home, lie was *a blue domer' —you know, the sort person who de
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
SCALE OF CHARGES.

SCALE OF CHARGES.

MACDONALD STEAM WAVE J JAMAL MACHINELESS ! GENUINE EUGENE | SUPER SACHET SYSTEM .. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED .. PERFECT STEAM WAVE UNLIMITED CURLERS. AVRIL. WIDE BARGATE, BOSTON. PHONE fN* boston competitors wen events at horncastle SHORTS re>u li cycle and foot events l»'. ‘j* e Monda
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
GREYHOUND RACING.

GREYHOUND RACING.

Ba no vallum stakes^ Heat winners B. Olive, Coningsby. J. T. r ®'"‘: .^ n p' cnbury, Horncastle: J. Halderston, H R Skinner. Final: 1. J-. T Brames ■Bctsv"- 2. H. R. Skinner s Darky ; J. J. Baldcrston's Starfish"; 4, B. Olives South Wold stakes.—Heat ,nn £V Olives "Gay and Sprat
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
TED’S LOSS

TED’S LOSS

by many new holders. Also we should be pleased to have volunteers from the general public who will sell these tickets.” “SUNDRY OTHER RECEIPTS.” In seconding the adoption of the balance sheet, Mr. Levesley said there was one item which struck him as being not quite as he would l
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
FOSDYKE LABOURER’S UNHAPPY STORY LOST £95 ON THE EVE OF MARRIAGE VISIT TO BOSTON TO BUY

FOSDYKE LABOURER’S UNHAPPY STORY LOST £95 ON THE EVE OF MARRIAGE VISIT TO BOSTON TO BUY

4 YOUNG farm labourer of Fosdyke told “Standard" reporter this week the story of how lost a wallet sontaining £B5 in notes while in Bos* ton with his fiancee on Tuesday buying furniture for their new home. Mr. Henry Robert Paul, of 1, Bell’s Lane, Fosdyke, and Miss Mabel Askew,
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
bicker

bicker

VOUNG PEOPLES' MEETING was {..he Mctliodist Schoolroom on with Miss F. Cranfleld as Mrs. G. Stacey read the Jovce Stcll and Doris lr duet a recitation was given D* f reading Mrs. Stacey. were Misses I. Wood and c SUpl rffUBCH PARADE. —The Bicker Sa lesion held their church parad
6 August 1938 - Lincolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England