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DOWNHAM WOMEN METHODISTS.

DOWNHAM WOMEN METHODISTS.

I WetneKla‘ was the Downlcam Met► dist sisterhood's "member' da: P. E. Sourer orrt meetly whvh was held Metar Taw Methodist church. Pracr °erred b! Mrs Carman. Mrs read Lesson. and a M.:et was tv MrS A. J. Barton and Mrs. Mairtott M s J R. Sennett rc_d a panel on the Obehmunerts
March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
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March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
SPRING FASHIONS AT JERMYNS

SPRING FASHIONS AT JERMYNS

TAILORED SUIT, -.ingte-BreaMted Coat and Panelled Skirt. N;tvy and Striped Blue Suitings, STYLISH I ALICE.
March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
KING'S LYNN.

KING'S LYNN.

SAMSON & ANDERSON Av ILL hold their next Sale at LOCAL PROPERTIES at the "Globe" Hotel. Etnea Lynn. on WEDNESDAY. APRIL 5. 1939 . Auctioneers' Oakes: 9. Portland-at.. King's Lynn Tel. 3644 1. HUNSIANTON N.-W. NORFOLK. INGRAM WATSON & SON AUCTIONKER.S, VALUERS. ESTATE
March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
AND HOUSE AGENTS.

AND HOUSE AGENTS.

VALUATIONS for all purposes: Bales • by Auction and Private Treaty or all classes of property; Sales by Auction of Household Furniture and Effects, Building sites for disposal. Special attention given to Agency, Management of Properties. Rent Collection and Inventories. Agents f
March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
A FARM WAGES PROBLEM.

A FARM WAGES PROBLEM.

A FARM WAGES PROBLEM . Mr. J F. Wright has made this week the interesting statement that under the proposed price-insurance plan he saw no reason why the Agricultural Wages Board should have to function on present lines. Be appears to via. uallse an independent price-fixing tttbu
March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
BURNHAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.

BURNHAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.

At a monthly meeting of the Burnham Women's Institute. held on Wednesday, Mrs. Brabazon presided and the minutes were read by Mrs. Hancock. Miss Page (Blakeney) spoke on 'The Women of India," and a bulb competition for hyacinths was won by Miss Kirk, Mrs. E. Lack and Mrs. Hancoc
March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
P.T.O.

P.T.O.

Whichever way you look at it. GIMMICK distinctive. In appearance. In taste. Above all, in the good it does you. What makes (iutnnew (Winnow! Why is it like nothing else in the w orld? Heft are three reasons out of many. The dark colour of Guinness comes from a special roasting o
March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
THE LYNN ADVERTISER.- -NlAlall 10, 1939

THE LYNN ADVERTISER.- -NlAlall 10, 1939

HARDWICK BRIDGE TRAGEDY. Pathetic Story at Lynn Inquest. A LETTER FROM DOIVNIIAM URBAN LOUNCII.. Rates and the New Sewerage Scheme. buildings. Hear heft!, That was passed. Upon being put to the meeting the resolution approve the plans was carried. Six members voted in ftsour, an
March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
OUTSTANDING STRENGTH

OUTSTANDING STRENGTH

ASSETS 128 MILLION POUNDS Extracts from the 66th Annual Report to be presented to the Shareholders at the Annual General Meeting at Halifax on Monday March 27th. 1939. MORTGAGES ADVANCED ON NEW MORTGAGES £20.340.996 £105.177,549 TOTAL SUM DUE UPON MORTGAGES an Act.. • LIQUID ASS
March 10, 1939 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England