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LONDON, E.C.

LONDON, E.C.

COUNTRY HOUSES TO BE SOLD. BE ACONSFIELD.—A picturesque and attrnctive modern built FREEHOLD DETACHED RESIDENCE for SALE or TO BE LET. with immediateposseesion. Entrance Hall and Lavatory, Two good Reception Rooms, Five Bedrooms all on first floor, Bathroom (hot and cold), usual
July 30, 1909 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
H. M. BLOCKLEY,

H. M. BLOCKLEY,

Auctioneer and Valuer, House, Land, & Estate Agent. MARKET PLACE, A ~M:, BE-A OQISrS3FIEX.T3. TO LET FURNISHED. BEACONSFIELD.— Beeutifnllj eppointed HOUSE. I mile of itetion : Reception Rooms, 8 Bedroomb, Bathroom. Billiard Boom. Electric Li«ht, Wain Water Supply, Tenma and Croq
July 30, 1909 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
MADAME SARAH BERNHARDT Fob THROAT, CHEST axu VOICE.

MADAME SARAH BERNHARDT Fob THROAT, CHEST axu VOICE.

MADAME SARAH BERNHARDT Fob THROAT, CHEST VOICE. A boon for Asthma, Cough, Cold, Hoarseness, Catarrh, and all Broncho-Laryngeal affections. Invaluable to Speakers. Singers and Teachers. Sold only in boxes, 1/-A 2/6, by Chemists k Store*, Proctors’ Pinelyptus Depot, Newcaatle-on-Ty
July 7, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Artillery’s Colours

Artillery’s Colours

During s, brief nut. tmpre*ive ceremony, » dreochinp downpoor of raio. the 2nd West Lencoshire B.F.A. on Monday evening over to the keeping of the Mayor of Preston fDr. D. W. Brown) the colours they had earlier m day frora the Itands the Kin# the review. The men arrived in the t
July 7, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Suffregist Opes Air Meetiag The suffragist* were again busy in the town on SaCurtUy, and tihey bad quite a laajge

Suffregist Opes Air Meetiag The suffragist* were again busy in the town on SaCurtUy, and tihey bad quite a laajge

meeting thay had th© Maaket-piaoe in the afternoon, and which was addressed on© of th© sccpportora of the cause from Holloway After describing her three months’ sojourn Mias PWricda Woodlock, of Liverpool, said that it was aboraeful that, they should have suffer saefo indigndtic
July 7, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Proposed Naloral st Society

Proposed Naloral st Society

Proposed Naloral Society A large and influential meeting of all interested the formation of naturalist society was held at the Old (irararaar School, Ley land, on Monday evening. The vicar (Rev. Baldwin), who presided, remarked that Leyland on account its natural beauty and featu
July 7, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON AND DISTRICT LEAGUE

PRESTON AND DISTRICT LEAGUE

DIVISION I Although the weather was dull Saturday afternoon, rain held off, and various fixtures arranged in connection with Prebtou and League wore fulfilled, the matches on Moor Park lurnishing a surpritaw. The greatest those crushing defeat of St. Jau.es's, at the tuind* Emma
July 7, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
East End C.C v French wood Amateurs

East End C.C v French wood Amateurs

East End C.C French wood Amateurs For their match with team on Saturday, the Amateurs lacked the services of their best players, Western, their stumper and Whitehead not being able play. Their opponents, winning the toes, deckled bat first wicket that was inclined to be rather fa
July 7, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
The Best Type

The Best Type

natural conditions the offspring born in any race is proportioned to the rckhuve fertility oi the types forming race. family a high degree fertility produces more progeny than does less fertile one. tfce young thus born survive which arc naturally suited the existing environment
July 7, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Priaccss Slips

Priaccss Slips

The home dressmaker has her tasks made more and more easy for her every season, and especially is in the case just now. when, in addition the delightful ready-made blouse-suits” linen, cotton, and muslin, ready-to-wear Princess slips of white batiste, provided with long nleeves
July 7, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England