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UNUSUAL RECIPES,

UNUSUAL RECIPES,

ANY OTHER INFORMATION or DOMESTIC A in addition '•'> i:a kind contribution already enumerauvi, ALL THAT IS NECESSARY TO ; to write your paragraph upon j>aper and post it, to Pen Prize I'y;, “HoraJd” Offices. Preston Contributions must written UPON ONE SIDE OF THE PAPER ONLY. and
July 31, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BERM ALINE BREAD. THE FINEST Iff TUB WOKLD. BERMAtIHE BREED THE STAKOARD ot A true JAKIiT M«nnl.«ured and Gold by

BERM ALINE BREAD. THE FINEST Iff TUB WOKLD. BERMAtIHE BREED THE STAKOARD ot A true JAKIiT M«nnl.«ured and Gold by

all Prlucl|»l Baktra H. PARKER, 181, St. RMI, & 4 38, CharnaeK Street
July 31, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BLACK JULY. Judicious Julys are delicious. Julys like this one just dish us. P. D. W. Mr. Asquith has been

BLACK JULY. Judicious Julys are delicious. Julys like this one just dish us. P. D. W. Mr. Asquith has been

chaffing tho Suffragettes in Latin. We wonder in what tongue the reply of Tho Furies will be. The Home Secretary, replying to a question in the House of Commons as to the treatment of suffragettes in Holloway, said that 44 before the prisoners were put into the cells they were c
July 31, 1909 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THB DWARF OF BLOOD.

THB DWARF OF BLOOD.

A Great coat Goodwood. Goodwood is one of the few race meetings to which I always go; but this year one day of it - the Tuesday was quite enough for me. I looked out on the weather in the morning, and put on winter suit of clothes. 1 knew that my best tall hat would probably rui
July 31, 1909 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
A. Co\A\ DOYLE

A. Co\A\ DOYLE

The above extract from Conan Doyle’s latest story shows, in some small measure, the exciting nature of the narrative and the intensely vivid manner of its relation. This legend of the ring deals in a dramatic style with the story of a woman’s love and hate, and the resulting fig
July 31, 1909 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
GOODWOOD.

GOODWOOD.

arc getting on in the world. The (• is t lime we visited Goodwood, now fjrty-fiv years ago, we walked from ( hichestor. This year wo journeyed from London in a lordly motor. Leaving the Inns of Court Hotel shortly afler nine c anivccl eomfort- ' the course an hour before the fus
July 31, 1909 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Seldom See Ivtf tlii'J. -t horse may have hunch bruise hi* AnMo. Hoc!;. S'.iflc. Knee c-r Tlno.-t. i clean mem

Seldom See Ivtf tlii'J. -t horse may have hunch bruise hi* AnMo. Hoc!;. S'.iflc. Knee c-r Tlno.-t. i clean mem

without lay.nr. the h..rs up. No blister, hair gone. H p-.rh.ittlv. di livert'd. Hook 8l» free. AHSURHINn, Jr., for humnn i sv. 4 Removes Painful Swllinps, (toitre. Hruiv-s. Varicose Win Varicoa* hies. Old Sores. All.i* Pain. I’ook free. v • l.ltl.otrrsplir'f Can». Xlanurnetnrcr
July 31, 1909 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Tin. New lI.WOV (Inrvii.v Arrni. mvi o. Sim. Ancent 2ml, AUbU.VI’ , PAIITof MVAI.'. CHMIIMt l.r. fur IX9, conUiontß (all

Tin. New lI.WOV (Inrvii.v Arrni. mvi o. Sim. Ancent 2ml, AUbU.VI’ , PAIITof MVAI.'. CHMIIMt l.r. fur IX9, conUiontß (all

nml iTOUItM IlKTl'liNSof R'l lt®r ins from NoveutL* r 30tl». 1903, to July iOlli (enil (•oiHlwund). llavitnt aliercd la hi;'® th®l it mny oAvrled In tb® comforUbly, it I® the eiont popular i üblbhed. and more noiiklil alter than ever. Order nnec, and have the old guide In its no
July 31, 1909 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE ONLY GENUINE TURKISH CIGARETTES.

THE ONLY GENUINE TURKISH CIGARETTES.

Guaranteed Hand-Made Turkey. As fUi>pUe<l to the Impcrtal German Navy. Nonldeu'.srlur Lloyd. Hajnhui’j:*American, etui other Ailnnlie l.iner: Prices from 2 9 to 13 per 100. Tt.nn cays. iLt Man h. 1909: sl.iiold think that Urn man wjio enjoys Oriental I himiell up the client of f
July 31, 1909 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
By THE HEAD LAD.

By THE HEAD LAD.

There is much talk just now about Baluarte, n horse that has arrived Newmarket from South Africa. This reversing the usual order of things; although we send Bnluartc’s next outing was in another many horses the Transvaal and Qcrmiston Handicap for £l,oott, Natal, it is not often
July 31, 1909 - Sporting Times - London, London, England