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The Pekin

The Pekin

This breed was first introduced into Britain in 1872, direct from China, but was not ni;ti’ two years later, when other rmfur-rflb-ns by way of America took place, that it fell into the hands of poultry-breeders. duck of attractive prolific a layer, end naturally vigorous. Thou
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
The lediau Runner

The lediau Runner

Within past twenty years variety ■duck to the name Imilkui litmnoi' lias been has become of nnjiomoDce to breixlors. aJtlioueh for fOtnot bin it like fifty years ducks thie type have boon kept Cutnhorl&nd. Upon tho farms that county orf this type have been kept in Cumbffrland. U
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Breeding

Breeding

breeding of duoks eepooially suited who have only a limited amount of at command, but it aJeo an industry wliidh oan followed by the farmor. As well known, this mduHtry is largely in Booking re and Witliin tile last few years tii© area ox tended to considerable exfcont. arwl has
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
X. 20,000 GONE IN A FIRE

X. 20,000 GONE IN A FIRE

Tekelis Oastle, Caniborley, the resideace of Mr. Wilson Hughes, has boon completely destroyed. The house, which was built of white stone in the Elizabethan style, is one tho largest in the district, and was only recently remodelled. The damage amounts to about £20.000. Mr. Hughe
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Chestnut filly, owner J. Singleton; 18gs. Unbroken Shire Horses

Chestnut filly, owner J. Singleton; 18gs. Unbroken Shire Horses

Bay colt, 2 yean old, 15*1 hands, sire XL, owner Jaa Horn; 214 gs. Bay oolt, rnsing- 4 years old, owner John Almond; Bay geddm^ rising 3 Team old, sire Alston Hero, owner T. Almond; 2Cg%, Bar colt, rising: years old, 16-2 Hands, sire Oombinaifton, owner J. 60ss. Black filly, 2 y
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SMASH IN A FOO EXPRESS WRECKED IN ITALY.

SMASH IN A FOO EXPRESS WRECKED IN ITALY.

SMASH IN A EXPRESS WRECKED IN ITALY. The AViian-Rorae express has been wrecked near Piacenza. A thick fog prevailed at the time. The train was travelling a high rate of speed near the bridge over the River Po when six carriages suddenly left the rails and telescope*! into one ano
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Awards

Awards

The following wore the awards Three y<«r-olds (unbroken), 1 J Stuart, St. Michaels: J Turner. Penwortham; J Almond. One and two year olds, 1 J Holden, Hunt f»re*m: (lardnor, RawcSiffe, Walton4e-Dale; reserve Mrs Mason, Cockeriuuu ; ho T Almond, Woodp 1 umpton. Foals, reserve not
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
The Buyers

The Buyers

Amongst the buyers pro©ant wore -Messrs. Sankey (Warrington), fid. Bailey, .Ino. Hibby, Jno (*\>well. Coward (f•on*aster), J. Culehaw, R. (EtiX'\), A. Orcck. J. Seed, Thos. Walrh. E. Fielding (Foniwxiwfles), Mason (Samlesbury), R. Robinson (Rarnacrel ('ar-tera!l lElswidk), Clark
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
A KIDNAPPER FOILED.

A KIDNAPPER FOILED.

Mi&s May fiftoon-yoar-old daughter Mrs. Adolf Ladeulmrg, a promirenfc Now York society leader horsewoman vvtw attack«hl an unknown man. who attempted to kidnap her while sh» was riding now Hempstead in die dusk Friday evening. The mail appeared suddenly out the fog, and held l (
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WHY HE WOULD NOT PAY RENT

WHY HE WOULD NOT PAY RENT

STORY OF LIGHTING RATES. On Monday at Glitheroe, Mathias Dean, farmer, residing Sabden. was summoned for non payment of lighting rates. Mr. Hartley Baldwin, for the defence, said his client was an active reswter. Defendant said 5 resided the parish of and was called upon pay tho
October 13, 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England