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HORSERADISH.

HORSERADISH.

This plant should be grown in every garden where there is space, it is a very wholesome condiment. The usual plan of growing it to put some roots in an out-of-the-way spot, and to dug portions when needed, the root-fragments being left the ground to grow This results in ill-«hap
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL WAGES BOARDS

AGRICULTURAL WAGES BOARDS

'Hie reconstructed Wages Hoards which have full powers in county, *nd nro subject (as they were under the Boards by the Corn Prodnction Act) to con from the Central Hoard, have settled adcnirably their work in the conn know best, have given general all •< satisfaction. Of course
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
BLOUSES MILLINERY

BLOUSES MILLINERY

A pretty wedding was at Boston Parish Church Hoxing Day, the contracting parties being Miss Olive, elder daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ainsworth, George-street, Boston, and Mr. George, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tolsen, of Hainault Lodge-road, Teddington, >Lddlesex. The Rev. W.
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sprains. Bruises

Sprains. Bruises

Kill the pain—reduce swelling. Don’t hesitate! get a bottle of Sloan’s Liniment NOW. Apply little very gently (no rubbing) it penetrates, draws out the inflammation, removes congestion, reduces swelling and stops the pain at once. Sloan's is wonderful remedy for Rheumatism, Lumb
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
PINCHBECK.

PINCHBECK.

R L ONaOT & o. Are instructed SELL by AUCTION, at. an early date VALUABLE FREEHOLD RESIDENCE and GRASS FIELD, situate Pinchbeck. th© occupation Mr. Martin Holmes. Solicitors: PHILLIPS, EVANS & DALTON. Stamford. MONEY. OQ .£l,OOO LENT ON NOTE HAND mad* any amount from to £l.OOO m
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
gPALDINO gTOCK RUCTIONS. 8. 4 G. K INGSTON SALES of FAT and STORE STOCK, HORSES and Miscellaneous Effects in the

gPALDINO gTOCK RUCTIONS. 8. 4 G. K INGSTON SALES of FAT and STORE STOCK, HORSES and Miscellaneous Effects in the

above Market EVERY TUESDAY, via..— BEAST 10.0 a.in. 11.30 a.m. Effects 11.30 a.m. HORSES 12.0 noon. Auction Offices: Hall-place Chambers, Spalding. By MR. TOM A WHITE.
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
SPLENDID WORK.

SPLENDID WORK.

u« provided for the ones certain amount <xf elementary instruction that will pnppare them for their first adventure info the dansroom. Every child provided, arrival, with a smart little uniform. Perhaps “uniform” ie a misleading term, conveying'something exceedingly plain and un
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Rtart the New Year with the Right Food*, amongst which are [t White Daraittian Bam, (t Marrowfat Paw, Haim Bakad

Rtart the New Year with the Right Food*, amongst which are [t White Daraittian Bam, (t Marrowfat Paw, Haim Bakad

Bam, LlMw't Asparagus and Canoad and Bottlad Paa*. Special Una: Maoadoina «• VaßoUMte in quart tint 1/4 aanh Selection and Quality always at Mark Baker’s The Family Order Filler, 40/42 WIDE MARGATE Tsl. 312 SOSTON N.B.—We still hare nice assortment of Catay** ChrMmpo \ Crack an
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
Shoe Styles The New Year TANTJARY often brings with \ J it days of rain and snow, it f is

Shoe Styles The New Year TANTJARY often brings with \ J it days of rain and snow, it f is

the time when you want AHSh g FOOTWEAR that will keep yonrfeet Dry and Warm. Call our Branch To-day, and let you. our full range of New Season's Goods, for out- made in black a TAN, doors or Indoors. We can give - >»/«. 21/-, 22/6, 27/6. you a Choice of Styles that no _ other bo
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
 
POOR LAW INSTITUTION.

POOR LAW INSTITUTION.

Tlie inmates Barton Poor Institution and Home enjoyed the i CliirtsUuns fare, and generally spent very pUsisant day. re 137 in the Institution, and eight childreji in the H«»me. Cu6m breadand-butter were served for breakfast, and o'clock service was <-ond»< the Vicwr (the Rev. R
2 January 1926 - Boston Guardian - Boston, Lincolnshire, England