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11.011UCIP6 AJID RAAVISTINS

11.011UCIP6 AJID RAAVISTINS

AJID RAAVISTINS WIRY Ulls Main !TARS shook air pressure regularly, using gauge. For road work inflate treat tyros lb. sad roar tyres to ld lb. Per flail verb lb. (trent), ld lb. (rear). Avoid she p- metes lots of fuel; en ksavy pultSwatlefte ballast your wheels. INFLATO dALLASIOD
18 July 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

UST, PEKE DOG, near Helton, on !;:aturday. Reward,—Watson, Set Park. Helton. 0-41'. at Post Office Social Club Room. I A Oa saturclay week. • YALE KEY.— oil returning to "Obsercer" Office,. _I.OLLER SKATES WANTED. State make, cuudition, size, price.— Casina, Rochester. RABBIT BR
8 February 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
Garden stocktaking!

Garden stocktaking!

It's a busy season for prdaiess and allotment holders; but it is worth finding time to make sure that work is proceeding according to plan. It takes bninAork as well spade-work to get the right crops
25 April 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
FARMS TO LET

FARMS TO LET

THE HOWE FARM, PORITNECALE, NEAR KESWICK. rpO BE LET, with Entry by arrange-1 the above FARM, comprising good Dwelling House, Farm Buildings (including three Modern Byers) and about 223 ACRES of Arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, now in the occupation of Mr. G. R. Tyson. who is re
19 September 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
LAITHA, BOLTON. 2i miles from Temple Sowerby (L. a N.K. Railway Station). and 1 1 1 minutes' walk frOtll the

LAITHA, BOLTON. 2i miles from Temple Sowerby (L. a N.K. Railway Station). and 1 1 1 minutes' walk frOtll the

Applebv-Rolton-Penrith and the Penrith-Cliburn-Crosby Itavennaorth !libhie Bus Route.
19 September 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 

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STON EYCROFT Poultry Farm. Accredited Breeding Station (Cearnereial Grids). RHODE ISLAND RED. B.L. R.I.R. W.L. z R.1.R., R.I.R. W.W. PRICES:

STON EYCROFT Poultry Farm. Accredited Breeding Station (Cearnereial Grids). RHODE ISLAND RED. B.L. R.I.R. W.L. z R.1.R., R.I.R. W.W. PRICES:

June Delivery: - 50 25 12 Day-old Pullets (95% guar.) 87/111 153/111 £2 Day-old Cockerels, hem-% - 21/• Is/- 7/S Day-old Cockerels, light-heavy - 15/- Three-weeks-old Pullets £l5 612/111 A3/I July,/Augnet Delivery: Eight Weeks old Pullets for Domestic Poultry Keepers at Ministry
19 September 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
We've got to Keep- on Saving

We've got to Keep- on Saving

We've got to Keep - on Saving INNORT MOM LOCAL COMMIIIII UN AUTUMN SAVINGS CAVININI liaskert Cimeirt W. H. & F. J. Horniman & Co. Ltd.-11d. quarter lb. 111111 FACTS 111 sari' . „ Let us . be frank about it. The supply of soft drinks is not so plentiful as it was in peace time; th
19 September 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
NEW VICAR'S DILEMMA

NEW VICAR'S DILEMMA

Hoene Destroyed in Transit The whole of the furniture and persona/ iberviessions of the Rev. Augh Prime. the sew Vicar of Ashy and Ormside, was destroyed by bre when it was being brought by read from bfillorn on Mon Say. The moor lorry which wax in sae took' firs at Orsyrim and
19 September 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
CONDEMNED MEAT

CONDEMNED MEAT

The report of Mr. D. Calvert. tianitsru Inspector. showed. that during the past, month the esressim of 47 cattle, 419 sheep and one pig had been examined nt the Kirkby Stephen abbatoir, and meat con. demned as unfit for human consumption had included : Cattle, 6 whole rairca.ses
19 September 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
LOCAL PROPERTY MARKET OREENSILL FARM, PENRITN

LOCAL PROPERTY MARKET OREENSILL FARM, PENRITN

At St. Andrew's Hall, Penritir, on Tuesday, Greengill Farm, on the outskirts of Penrith, owned and ointipied by Mr. T. M. Scott, was offered by auction. The farm covers 296 acres of arable and pasture land and since 1930 has been the home of a herd of home-bred Friesian cattle w
19 September 1944 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England