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ALBERT MOTEL. (Family and Commercial). LONDON STRF.KT, SOUTHPORT. Opnosilo L. and Y. Station. , Nat Tel 50a Saturday Attorooon to

ALBERT MOTEL. (Family and Commercial). LONDON STRF.KT, SOUTHPORT. Opnosilo L. and Y. Station. , Nat Tel 50a Saturday Attorooon to

Monday Motmnir. 15/-. , ORDINARY DAILY. 5 COURSES, 12 to 2 0, 1/6. PICNIC PARTIES SPECIALLY CATERED - FOR.— MANAGER.
February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
AT REDUCED PRICES.

AT REDUCED PRICES.

REDUCED PRICES. RELIABLE FUR STOLES an.) MUFFS SPECIALLY REDUCED TO CLEAR. BLOVSKS, SKDITS, lINDKIU I.OTHINC, an<) REMAINING STOCK OF COSTUMES, TEDDY BEAU COATS, MOTOR COATS, SILK COATS, Ac.. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. SHEETS, BLANKETS, QUILTS. TOWELS, TEACLOTHS, TABLE NAPKRY, *a
February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ORIGINAL POETRY. I (Specially Written for the Herald.^

ORIGINAL POETRY. I (Specially Written for the Herald.^

February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON CHILDREN’S CIRCLE.

PRESTON CHILDREN’S CIRCLE.

My Dear Boys and Girls, The Editor of the Preston Herald,” has kindly given me a space to talk with you every week. First of all I want you to join as members of the Circle. There is nothing to pay. All you have to do is to fill up the form foot and return it to Daddy ” at the o
February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
A RED RAG. AM ft Cl CD opinion lhu.< thoy might trim tboir sails to nn StistD* | tlto popular

A RED RAG. AM ft Cl CD opinion lhu.< thoy might trim tboir sails to nn StistD* | tlto popular

breeze, ami tlu> Csvtltolics Preston have intention of working special display sectarian feeling for edification wily politicians until they arc certain what those politicians intend to do. l!;ul feeling always ongo-Klercd educational and Ootholics have no more desire to Ik> at
February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BY “ YOUNG BADEN.”

BY “ YOUNG BADEN.”

BY YOUNG BADEN.” The first Church parade all the troops in the locality for the present year was held Sunday, when nearly a hundred Scouts paraded on the Police Station ground and marched thence to St. Saviours Church, headed by massed band. The names the troops on parade were is
February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE MOTHER’S FRIEND AND BABY’S COMFORT.

THE MOTHER’S FRIEND AND BABY’S COMFORT.

February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
MOTORS, CYCLES, ETC., ON SALE. Sale, ' Rex” MOTOR CYCLE. Ji- h.p.: in good running order; £lO.-131, Vincent-street, St. _

MOTORS, CYCLES, ETC., ON SALE. Sale, ' Rex” MOTOR CYCLE. Ji- h.p.: in good running order; £lO.-131, Vincent-street, St. _

- TpOR Sale. “Triumph" MOTOR CYCLE; ex- T collcnt condition: 28-Box 635. “ Reporter’ OfTice, St. Helene. OENT.’S CYCLE, porfootly new. Archer, Sspetxi gear. Clinehcr tyres; bargain; £4 10n M.-AdAoM A 43. ■ IWA" Preston. 25^718 QWIFT ROYAL PATH RACER, cost £l2 12s; Dunlop Sprimts
February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
A PRESTON INQUEST—A verdict • Death from natural eauaes” was an inqueot conduced at the Borough Court, day, body female

A PRESTON INQUEST—A verdict • Death from natural eauaes” was an inqueot conduced at the Borough Court, day, body female

dhrld. TO SUPPORT STRIKERS.—It was decided, meeting the Preston Trades Council, on Wednesday evening, to contribute sovereign from their funds towards the fund of the furniture” strikers, at High Wycombe. INFIRMARY BALL. iqU—The Ball Committee has been able, a result the annual
February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
NEWS OF THE OHURCHES. ASHTON BAPTISTS.—A rake, candy, and apron sale, and musical competition was held in the Ashton-on-Kibblc Baptist

NEWS OF THE OHURCHES. ASHTON BAPTISTS.—A rake, candy, and apron sale, and musical competition was held in the Ashton-on-Kibblc Baptist

Schoolroom on Thursday. M V'. F. Collingc superintendent of the Sunday school presided. and opened the sale. The musical competition was a great success and at the close prizes were awarded as follows: Action song (under 8 years): i, Katie Wylie; 2, Edith Kay. Action song (8 12
February 7, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England