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EVERYBODY SHOULD HEAR THIS WONDERFUL

EVERYBODY SHOULD HEAR THIS WONDERFUL

PRIMROSE LEAGUE FETE HABITATION) AT RIBBY HALL, KIRKHAW. kind pennisaion of Mr. Si Mrs, Duckworth), SATURDAY, AUGUST 7th. PRIZES trill be offered follows: FOR FARMERS TRADESMEN’S LIGHT TURNOUTS, viz fj!*** !•—Neatest and Cleanest Trap; Ist. £ ; 2nd £2. Ua»s -—Neatest and Cleanes
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PATHON, THE EARLOF*LATHOU. SOUTHPORT JULY 29. 50. 31, and AUGUST 2, 1909. OVER £3,500 IN PRIZES. .ENTRIES FINALLY CLOSE JULY

PATHON, THE EARLOF*LATHOU. SOUTHPORT JULY 29. 50. 31, and AUGUST 2, 1909. OVER £3,500 IN PRIZES. .ENTRIES FINALLY CLOSE JULY

5. EDWARD BOHANE. Secretary, Derby House, Preston. Telegrams: Bohane, Preston.”
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SEASONABLE GOODS

SEASONABLE GOODS

MEAT stock » in Various Kinds, Suitable for Out /■'l THE LATEST, Guaranteed to BAKE BREAD. The BEST ON THE MARKET. EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN, INCLUDING MOWERS, ROLLERS, SEATS, HOSE, <£o. CALL INSPECT LARGE STOCK AT SMNGER’S, FRIARGATE, PRESTON Tel. Nos. 12 and 171, Telegrams: “S
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
JOBBING WORK A SPECIALITY

JOBBING WORK A SPECIALITY

ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. nanHnanHnMnanMnMaanMnMnHnßnananMnfflnMnßnan JOSEPH RICHARDSON, LADIES’ COSTUMIER AND GENTLEMEN’S TAILOR, 8 & 9, CHURCH SIR E ET, MILLER ARCADE, PRESTON. THE LARGEST VARIETY OF PATTERNS TO SELECT FROM IN THE DISTRICT. We keep splendid selection of good-daw BO
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Suffragist Open Air Meeting

Suffragist Open Air Meeting

The suffragists were again busy in the town on Saturday, and they had quite a gathering at a meeting they had convened the Market-place in the afternoon, and which was addressed one of the supporters of the cause from Holloway Gaol. After describing her tluree months’ sojourn m
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Wesleyan Church for Fulwood

Wesleyan Church for Fulwood

The Weskvan Methodists on the Wesley ’’ Circuit of Preston are about extend their causi inaugurating building scheme for the rapidly developing district of capital site has for time boon held at the corner of Garstang-road and Wailing Streetroad admirably suited for the scheme.
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Sequel to Readieg ** Shockers ”

Sequel to Readieg ** Shockers ”

Sequel to Readieg ** Shockers The evil effects cheap literature upon the youth of the country was illustrated a. story told to tho magistrates sitting at Children’* Court, yesterday, Samuel B«»wley (15) was charged with breaking and entering the warehouse Arcade Buildings, occupi
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
£ll2 Collection

£ll2 Collection

Over £ll2 10s was real wed at the Sunday Bcihool annirorsery services held connoctiou with United Methodist Clmrch, Los Lock Hail, on Sunday. The Rev. W. A. Almond, of Lincoln, occupied the pulpit both afternoon and evening. sotoists at both services weg» Madame Edmondson, Nelso
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
** With all my Popularity ”

** With all my Popularity ”

** With all my Popularity Debtor admitted that might have been extravagant taking out cricket clubs and supporting fqptball clubs. . .You are .county cricketer? Yes. * I thought I would have been well known, but with all my popularity only took about £5O a week, and this was almo
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
‘MAYPO TEA

‘MAYPO TEA

NOW COSTS ONLY 1/4 HIGHER 0 PRICE ! MAYPOLE DAIRY CO.. LTD.,
July 10, 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England