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HOUSE OF COMMONS.-Monday.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-Monday.

HOUSE COMMONS.-Monday. Among the questions was one addressed to Mr Chamberlain re’otive to the banishment pro. lama turn now force in South Africa. 1. 1 reply thereto, the Colonial Secretary intimated that the Government are not prepared either to withdraw proclamation m question
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
India, ami there fort) Mvt.ai iniitivouieui musl ottered to get men tor India. At present our soldiers got about or

India, ami there fort) Mvt.ai iniitivouieui musl ottered to get men tor India. At present our soldiers got about or

a day. ami that, considering the rale of wages outside, did not seem represent a ft«r wogt* for soldier. The Govomment now that the stoppogm .lay should lie ■ leduMl. and that every man the army should have least day—{loud chcers|. A whole shilling was t<* lie jutul t<» every re
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Other Second Division Matches.

Other Second Division Matches.

The Throstles were Stockport, and could only effect a very narrow victory, while .Middlesbrough had another day out the expense Leicester Foose. running up a score s—o. Blackpool their own ground suffered defeat 3—l, Woolwich Arsenal playing in fin© form, w‘hile similar score ga
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
IT IE KING.

IT IE KING.

KING. The King will stay in London until leaves Friday for vuril Dartnroutb and Dtvoi.p-.rt. Il.s Majesty a Privy Umiß-il oiorruw looming, levee at St. James Palace later in day. Queen Alexandra, with Princess Victoria, travels to from Sandringham clay (Wednesday).
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WHAT TO WKAR.

WHAT TO WKAR.

HINTS FOR LADIES Persian ladies are very the of English iasters. and «r* said to display great tntere.sk any of our fashion books or plates that may come into t-beir hands. Guipure Isoe -which embroidered with colouicd silka makes a very handsome trimming for a seif-ooJoured gow
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
...Carter’s HERALD PRINTING WORKS,

...Carter’s HERALD PRINTING WORKS,

CHURCH STREET, PRESTON. HIGH-CLASS
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
VICTOR HUGO'S DOUBLE.

VICTOR HUGO'S DOUBLE.

Miss Mane Corelli, who bae been charged with taking rafug© under •* Franoo-ltalian name,” says in reply that her name is her nphtlul legal appellation—her own every way. She adds laat she was adopted by Dr. Mackay’a second wife: bur, far legality goes, ia no other than Mane Core
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE PRESTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY,* MARCH 5, 1902.

THE PRESTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY,* MARCH 5, 1902.

LAS FARMERB’ ASSOCIATION. done l»«t ho conld—dapplause) —and, liavmg hi« heart and soul in tin* movoment, they could rely •to his otmout. for film the acMoo«t»Qn—(lo«id applause). RLBOTIUN RON. TUKANITUEU. The Proaidont matted that bon. troastiror. Mr. l%rk. found it nnjxMNiblo,
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TO HOLD OCR OWN

TO HOLD OCR OWN

against countries where they farmed literally by the wjuarc mile could only be done combmotioix—(hear. I tear). They got there where thoy milked something like 3.000 cows day—he was not quite certain whether it was not 50.000—(laugbleri—bur would put laughter)—and tin were begin
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SPECIAL OFFER. AMERICAN MADE BARROWS.

SPECIAL OFFER. AMERICAN MADE BARROWS.

John Cartmell and Son have for Disposal a quantity of NAVVY AND OTHER BARROWS, made entirely Hardwood and Patent Wheels.
March 5, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England