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INDIA RUBBER k BOOT k SHOE WAREHOUSE,

INDIA RUBBER k BOOT k SHOE WAREHOUSE,

INDIA RUBBER k BOOT SHOE WAREHOUSE, next door to the General Post-office, LAN ASTER-ROAD, PRESTON, and No. 7, WEST-STREET, BLACKPOOL. LANCASHIRE TWO-HORSE COMBINED Mowing and Reaping Machine. (Copy of Letter received by P. S. and Co., limited, June 20th, 1867.) Messrs. Picksley,
June 22, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TIDE TABLE.—erai

TIDE TABLE.—erai

Days. March. Saturday...... Sunday X-, Monday Tuesday Wednesday..?' Thursday ../ Friday Saturday. ..23 v .24 1 ..25 ..28 2 .27 3 ..29 5 •»o 6
March 23, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BAG UP OFFENCES TRIED AT ROCHDALE. To the Editor of the Preston Herald,

BAG UP OFFENCES TRIED AT ROCHDALE. To the Editor of the Preston Herald,

Slß,—Recently the police the Spotland side of Bacnp have been summoning parties before the Rochdale magistrates for offences committed in Bacnp. This is unjust, the parties who are thus put to additional expense in travelling from one town the other, as well as cause of loss of
June 22, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Paris, Friday evening.—J he Patrie of this evening, announcing that the Sultan will visit Queen Victoria, says that his Majesty will received at the Isle of Wight the Queen in person. The Comtitutionnet states that the Prince Imperial has resumed his usual course of studies and
June 22, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
| The toast was responded to Mr. J. A. Denham, who expressed a hope that association of that kind might

| The toast was responded to Mr. J. A. Denham, who expressed a hope that association of that kind might

be formed in each ecclesiastical district of the parish. ; Mr. W. P. Park briefly proposed “The gentlemen who have honoured us with their presence this evening; and tne sentiment having been duly honoured, the party broke up. The proceedings were enlivened by members of the Buwk
June 22, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CARPETS, in every variety, from Dutch to Axminster, ANDERSON’S, 102, FISHERGATE. 370.my27 Cabinet Portraits, ■VTIGNETTES, full-length Cartes, Miniatures for j

CARPETS, in every variety, from Dutch to Axminster, ANDERSON’S, 102, FISHERGATE. 370.my27 Cabinet Portraits, ■VTIGNETTES, full-length Cartes, Miniatures for j

Lockets, large Portraits for Framing, Taken daily at MESSRS. BEATTIE AND SEED’S, 10, Chapel-street, Preston. Instantaneous Portraits of Children. J. Mo. Gtlinchy, THEATRE TAVERN, PRESTON. Prime Home-brewed and Burton BITTER ALES, PORTER, Ac., draught and in bottle. Foreign Spiri
June 22, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
STRIKING AND EFFECTIVE POSTING BILLS, KJ the Herald Steam Printing Office.

STRIKING AND EFFECTIVE POSTING BILLS, KJ the Herald Steam Printing Office.

June 22, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS,

GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS,

The Moveable Committee of this Order resumed its sitting the Gymnasiun Hall, Huddersfield, Friday. The followiog are the officials for the year:—Grand Master, Mr. John Ashtcn, Huddersfield; Deputy Grand Master, Mr. E. Sewell, Leeds. Committee, Mr. John Massey, Newcastle-under-Ly
June 22, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

PRESTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

Saturday. —(Before D. Arkwright and Paul CatfeeraH, Esqrs.) Stealing a Singlet. man named Henry Carter was charged with stealing a flannel ringlet, the property of Jane Lee, of 12, Miles-street.—On the application of Mr. who conducted the prosecution, the prisoner was remanded u
June 22, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England