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APARTMENTS TO LET.

APARTMENTS TO LET.

or Unfurnished Rooms to Let. One Sittingroom and one or two Bedrooms, with all conveniences. Attendance optional. Apply Box 591 “Guardian.”
March 4, 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
rpo BE LET, DERHAM HOUSE, in A Lower Dolphinholmc. Two Sitting Rooms, large Kitchen, four Bedrooms, Bathroom, etc., large Garden.

rpo BE LET, DERHAM HOUSE, in A Lower Dolphinholmc. Two Sitting Rooms, large Kitchen, four Bedrooms, Bathroom, etc., large Garden.

Please apnly to T. H. Nicholls, 5 Central Beach, Lytbam.
March 4, 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
PROPERTY WANTED.

PROPERTY WANTED.

PROPERTY wanted, singly or in •2 blocks. Please state all particulars. Write Box 584 “Guardian.” WALTER, Lower Bcntbam, can again for the 43rd year, supply Chicks. Pures and Crosses. Best laying strains. Delivered by car. Enquiries esteemed.
March 4, 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
TITORRIS 8, 1933, good condition; J-Ll. reasonable; seen any time. Write Box 577 ‘‘Guardian.”

TITORRIS 8, 1933, good condition; J-Ll. reasonable; seen any time. Write Box 577 ‘‘Guardian.”

March 4, 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 

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rvESK, Roll Top. Oak for Sale, A-* cash.—l 43 Clevelcys Avenue, Lancaster.

rvESK, Roll Top. Oak for Sale, A-* cash.—l 43 Clevelcys Avenue, Lancaster.

March 4, 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

STAin ANY TIME AT
March 4, 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
CHURCH OFFERINGS.

CHURCH OFFERINGS.

Writing In the current issue of the St. Luke’s Church Magazine, the Rev. H. G. Moss (Vicar) maintains that church offerings should be deliberately set aside in the same way as rents, rates and other fixed charges.
March 4, 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
C.Y.M.S. WHIST DRIVE.

C.Y.M.S. WHIST DRIVE.

Members of St. Joseph’s C.YM.S., Skerton, held their weekly whist drive on Monday, when Mr. R. Corblshley was the M.C. Prize-winners were: Mesdames E. Parkinson and Fawcett, Messrs. J. Parker and H. Parkinson.
March 4, 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
Mr. ]. Thompson,

Mr. ]. Thompson,

Among those who attended the funeral, reported in last week’s Guardain,” of Mr. Joseph Thompson, of 2, Albert Place, Lancaster, were Mr. and Mrs. T. Bleasdale, junr., Messrs. Eric and W. Sharpe (nephews and niece). Members of the City Corporation staff at Corporation Yard acted
March 4, 1938 - Lancaster Guardian - Lancaster, Lancashire, England