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SITUATION WANTED.

SITUATION WANTED.

Useful HEf.P, for OuifctAtionor’s Simp, home Prescot, also WAITRESS. Iluvicwi Liverpool district: g««d rof.—App’y Mrs, Harrison. G 3. Duke Rjree*. St. HcJers. .*r 17, AmJior-:trcct. T«j. 7GOx.
February 4, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
EVERY WOMAN

EVERY WOMAN

Should iend two stamps for our 32-pajfe Illustrated Book. cootaininK VaJuablo Information how all Irrecularitics and Suppressions may entirely avoided or removed simple means. Recommended by eminent Physicians, the only Sale, Sure, and Genuine Remedy. Never Fails Thousands of Te
February 4, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE ARCHBISHOP’S LETTER.

THE ARCHBISHOP’S LETTER.

In his presidential address, Canon Cosgrave said he had received a letter from the Archbishop of Liverpool on the subject they were met to forward that night. No one had better right to advocate such us ® that than the Archbishop, who exhibited such an interest in the child life
February 4, 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
RAND STRIKE PICTURES.

RAND STRIKE PICTURES.

An interesting series films on the recent Rand strike were exhibited yesterday at Pathe Freres, Wardour-street. These pictures, which will be put before the public, are the very first of the great strike. The chief features are the arreste of the strike leaders in the big square
February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ORCHESTRA. IN THE UNION HOUSE.

ORCHESTRA. IN THE UNION HOUSE.

“FORCES LARGER THAN AT THE BEGINNING OF THE WAR.’’ Cape Town, Wednesday. When the Assembly met to-day General Smuts moved the second reading of the Indemnity Bill. He said the crises through which the Union had passed recently were unparalleled in the history of the country, and
February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SACK MURDER? (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.)

THE SACK MURDER? (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.)

was about 45 years of age and about six feet tall.” A moment later Ball stood in a dramatic attitudi as, at the request of Mr. Hewart, he showed how the third man had pointed the revolver him with the left hand and had held up right hand to strike Miss Bradfield. He said the man
February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ROYAL OPERA.

ROYAL OPERA.

MEHUL S JOSEPH AT COYENT GARDEN. WEINGARTNER S EDITION. Fotlowing the perfoimaiicea oi Joseph and Brethren another plane, Mehui’s opera on the same subject was duced last night Coveait Garden. •^•“ work, which dates from 1807, crowned Me huts _ career composer and quickly won th
February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Medical Testimony with each bottle. Of all CbamieU, Ml, 2/9, 4/6. Always ask for and see yon get the ORI6INAL

Medical Testimony with each bottle. Of all CbamieU, Ml, 2/9, 4/6. Always ask for and see yon get the ORI6INAL

Mid ONLY GENUINEOOLLIB BROWNE’S
February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

CONTERSATIONAL TEAS. A Lady gives PEIVACK CONTERSATIONAL in ITALIAN her drawing room in the afternoon or evening: ternoon tea inelnded, term* 2a. 6d.—Address, T.L., Box 123,*‘ Qiobe Office, 36/, Strand, W.O. , “By far the greatest Turf Accountant *» the world.” Sporting Life.” D
February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FEBRUARY REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES

FEBRUARY REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES

NINETEENTH CENTURY. The February number more various interest even t-ha-n usual, and the articles that stand out most axe the three the subject of federalism, described Our Unsolved Enigma.” Judge Jones deals with rkp problem from the Parliamentary point view, and Mr. Moreton. F
February 4, 1914 - Globe - London, London, England