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ML WORTH MOTHER SENT TO PRMOM.-HM* months' hard labour was the outcome of case heard before Messrs. Calloway Leigh toe County Police Court m Meeidsy. whew Nary BUxaheto Hardwick sraa aummoaod neglect her fire ebihlrvie, aged twelve, wine, raven, tone ut awe year reapecUraty. Pro
April 14, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE MOTHER’S FRIEND & BABY'S COMFORT; Eto. v

THE MOTHER’S FRIEND & BABY'S COMFORT; Eto. v

April 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
•ales auction. PRESTON ADOTION HART. a w NDSON. rr.AX 122, FISHERG.vra. PRRSTON; I»s# Auokio&eera, *nd Arbitfttoc*. VALtJATIONS u SALES PROPERTY

•ales auction. PRESTON ADOTION HART. a w NDSON. rr.AX 122, FISHERG.vra. PRRSTON; I»s# Auokio&eera, *nd Arbitfttoc*. VALtJATIONS u SALES PROPERTY

AE D«»rip«on.. SALES’ of FURNITURE, Ac.. Cooducted »t OwW* Resdeooo th« 8»leroom». Qooda for Sale can be Skored Fteo Charge. Telojrlrone 108.
April 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
RESTRICTED UKKRTY

RESTRICTED UKKRTY

Individual liberty is certainly restricted, in a certain degree, all times. ik true that the interests of the individu,.! yield the interests of the majority. is not true that the interests and the ol""""’' the individual must submit to the opm. of the majority: least all a mino
April 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
“ENGINEERED.”

“ENGINEERED.”

The-best evidence that the present move ment was engineered'’—l will *f >! “teetotal hypocrites"—but persons who,- chief concern was m snatch opportunity of furthering the cause of prohibition, furnished the letter from the secretary 01 the United Kingdom Alliance ■. shipbuildin
April 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 

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MOTOR NOTES. •*> ♦!* •> *> •i* •J* A *s* *i* *> •> *s* •!* 1 ANTI-MOTORIKG LEGISLATION. THE NEED

MOTOR NOTES. •*> ♦!* •> *> •i* •J* A *s* *i* *> •> *s* •!* 1 ANTI-MOTORIKG LEGISLATION. THE NEED

FOR VICE I AM, E By J. P. HOLLAND. la this connection it oof« that two leadimg motor OfR-iniwlson ', the Royal Automobile Club and the Association are alive the danger hi » : e of tho fact that the staffs both th* -c ? have been reduced ; r.- enli-'iment of emjtloyees and that t
April 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
For Neuralgia, Headache or Rheumatism TAKE

For Neuralgia, Headache or Rheumatism TAKE

April 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
A USEFUL INSTITUTION.

A USEFUL INSTITUTION.

The Rev. Dr. Nightingale presided, aadl there were also present Mrs. Riddell, Dr. Riddell, Councillor E. C. C. Firth, Mr. F. Calvert, J.P., Mrs. J. Leigh, the Mayoress,! Mr*. Nightingale’, Lady Toulmia, Mrs. Edward Wilson, Miss Horrocks, Mrs. T. Thorpe, Mr. W. H. Frsnds, J.P., M
April 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
NO NAME ON CART,

NO NAME ON CART,

NAME CART, For cart without a name upon t, April 6tb, Bertram Philip Foley was fined 2s. Od. Foley said the cart had only just returned from the wheelwright’s, and was trying it.
April 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
NO PROPER CONTROL

NO PROPER CONTROL

Thomas Singleton, of Fulwood, was summoned for being such a distance fr m his horse that be could not control it, Fulwood, on April 13th. P.C. Brolhwood said he was duty in Watling Street-road, he saw runaway horse and float, which stopped. He took them to the police station, an
April 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England