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TIIE LUST OF HATE.

TIIE LUST OF HATE.

(roPri9 4l .) BY BOOTH BY, Author of N 71,14," "A Did for Fortune... Fi w ion of the King." "The Ail White Devil." Au SYNOPSIS OF PIiECEDLi CHAPTERS: Gilbert Pennethorne, a prospector in the Australian goldfields, to nor., back to life a friend named Garman. who is stricken with
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
THE GAZETTE SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 1901

THE GAZETTE SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 1901

one teacher whom I knew gave =tam to thoee who brought their name best written by • given Sunday. Many lads thus learned to write their namm with flourishes. At the quarter end there THE HIMOVALS lof scholars front a lower elms to a higher class. The teeth, generally marked a It
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
THE KINGDOM'S DEATH RATE.

THE KINGDOM'S DEATH RATE.

- - ------- The Itematmr.General reports that the annual of mortality last week in the thirty-three gm, towns of England and averaged 19.5 irr 1.009 Croydon aiirl Norwich were the lowmt highest with 13 isi.d 29 respectively. rate fl Edinburgh 19. in (flasgow 21. in 2, and in Bel
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
WHY HIGHLANDERS WEAR_ SPATS.

WHY HIGHLANDERS WEAR_ SPATS.

In these days of Army reform we hear • good 1 about useless accoutrements, but most of these ambranoes have a history. Take the High. rs spats. When the British forces, which • icmpesed for the greater part of Highlanders. • under the leadership of Sir John Moore. reair to the s
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
RAILWAY STATION.

RAILWAY STATION.

A letter woe read from the manager of the L. and V. Railway Company, atatipg that the directors had decided that the down platform at the Great Harwood Mation be raised to the Company's standard height. (Hear. hear.) A POINT OF ORDER, Councillor Allsopp rose to move that the fol
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
M SCFILL ANEOUS.

M SCFILL ANEOUS.

It aupeared front minutes of the Board in committee that the question of the Chri=truas dinner had bettt discussed with a view to alteration, aith the result that it wan resolved with out' dissentient that the further consideration of the question be deferred. The Local Governme
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Accrington Poll,

Accrington Poll,

MONDAY.—Before Mr. R. If jug), and Alderman Lee. Saturday Night Caronutla—A Davis, 44. Derbystreet. was 'hared drunk and riotous. W irk deposed no night. from con . rits that he received, ha went to Derby-st;eet, and there the prisoner cursing and shouting. He was drunk. He requ
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Correspondence. MR. WM, SMITH. 3.P.. AND THE PRIMROSE DAMES.

Correspondence. MR. WM, SMITH. 3.P.. AND THE PRIMROSE DAMES.

To TER EDITOR OF TX! Sir-Irn looking through the "Gazette" of last Saturday I found that Mr. Win. Smith, J.P.. in usual eltaracteristie manner, at the opening of the Radical bazaar on the Monday. went out of kin way to snake a sneering remark shoot If in Primrose dames. laid lie
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
05 . ‘ I !MONEY LENT PKIVATELY. J• 114 I WANT ATITAN without Sureties, WINE. SPIRIT. ALE, AND PORTZ Publicity,

05 . ‘ I !MONEY LENT PKIVATELY. J• 114 I WANT ATITAN without Sureties, WINE. SPIRIT. ALE, AND PORTZ Publicity,

or Delay, or write to CHARLES MERCHANT. BLACKBURN ROAD, ACCRINGTONi ! lika ablesea ... 2 .. , li t k . re l6 pay l a:b i le W i i hfi l easl P y ß teei i t 'ld . o l; r: \ m V i l t ;t r m hci t :it d : 1876. Lograts are answered, and cash son be brought to AGENT FOR P ! own hou
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
MR. W. C. POLLARD begs to announce that he has a few vacanoies for Pupils on the Violin. Piano, and

MR. W. C. POLLARD begs to announce that he has a few vacanoies for Pupils on the Violin. Piano, and

Singing. Also Sohool Singing Clauses taken. Bury's System taught. Otrhestral Rand aupplied for Concerts, Bazaars, At Homes, Ete. Pianofortes Tuned, Regulated, and Repaired. Terms Moderate. Addreas: 5, PARK ROAD, ACCRINGTON. 70
December 14, 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England