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BURNLEV

BURNLEV

Elective Axtoitobs.—Messrs. Proctor and Watson have been appointed elective auditors the borough, other nominations having been sent in. ** Other Worlds than Ours.” —This was the title of a lecture given 00-operativo Conversation Boom on Sunday Mr. Tattenall Wffldason. The Clerks
March 5, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE PRESTON HERALD.

THE PRESTON HERALD.

SCALE OF CHARGES FOR PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES, NINE WORDS TO SITUATIONS WANTED. APARTMENTS TO BE LET. SITUATIONS VACANT. PARTNERSHIPS WANTED. APARTMENTS WANTED. MONEY WANTED. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS EVERY DESCRIPTION.
March 5, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
OPENING OF THE FORTH BRIDGE. HONOURS CONFERRED BY THE QUEEN.

OPENING OF THE FORTH BRIDGE. HONOURS CONFERRED BY THE QUEEN.

OPENING THE FORTH BRIDGE. HONOURS CONFERRED THE QUEEN. The ceremony of opening the Forth Bridge was performed yesterday morning by his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. The Royal party, including amongst others Prince George of Wales, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the Duke of Fife
March 5, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST DETAILS.

LATEST DETAILS.

serious railway collision took place outsite the Gtadel Station, Carlisle, half-past three yesterday doming, when the Scotch express from London, duo t three o’clock, arrived there balf-an-h- ur late, hatos who weroawaiting its arrival were astonished to run through the station
March 5, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
COTTON SPINNING AND MANUFACTURING

COTTON SPINNING AND MANUFACTURING

COMPANIES. The following returns relating to limited liability cotton spinning and manufacturing companies have been issued since our last publication:— Chawfoud, three months, £4,998. It proposed pay dividend per cant, per annum for the past quarter, which will absorb £1,399. S
March 5, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE PRESTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH fi, 1880.

THE PRESTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH fi, 1880.

position the wind, but during the fink half were heavily pressed their opponent*, who through the instrumentality their goalkeeper. Bentham, aeond. During the second half do mom effected, trie game terminating in win fox trie borne team one goal nil, Bona* v. «oin.— Tha ntteb wa
March 5, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE LEAGUE MATCHES.

THE LEAGUE MATCHES.

North End v. Notts County.— These dubs played their first League match for the season on Saturday Deepdale, fine but bitterly cold weather. Tbe attendance only reached about 3,000. At ten minutes past three Notts kicked off down bill, against a strong wind, but the ball was once
March 5, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
HOTEL, Mahkkt-i’uace, Black burs

HOTEL, Mahkkt-i’uace, Black burs

GOOD STABLE ACCOMMODATION. Ac., for Faraicri. Wagonette Parties. &c. DINNB&S and TEAS provided at reasonable terms. HENRY SHAW & CO/3 XXX SPARKLING ALES. Wines, Spirits, and Cigars the bast quality. Cheap Dinners provided every Wednesday and Saturday. JAMES HOUGHTON. Proprietor.
July 16, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL,

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL,

A marriage has boon arranged, and will shortly take place, between Mr. John Ddacour, late Iltii Hussars, and Miss Towneley, tbe oldest daughter oi the late John Towneley, Towneley Hall, Lancashire. It was Preston that Mr. James Morrison M'Leod, o* Collingiiatn, Nswark-on-Trent,
July 16, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
9, FENCHURCH AVENUE. B.C. • FOR THS BLOOD 18 THE LIFE.’

9, FENCHURCH AVENUE. B.C. • FOR THS BLOOD 18 THE LIFE.’

9, FENCHURCH AVENUE. B.C. • FOR THS BLOOD THE LIFE.’ MIXTURE, GREAT BLOOD and RESTORER CLEANSING AND CLEARING THE BLOOD JL iron ALL IMPURITIES, it caooot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Skin and Blood Diseaeee, and sores of all kinds, it never-tailing and
April 23, 1890 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England