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HYACINTH

HYACINTH

Perhaps the most p. pid '-r ail hardy bulbous flowers. Ir-errnt-s are equally adapted ter pot, glass, and battler culture. Ligat, rich, saadv earth always the In'-t results though fine bloom may obtained from any garden soil. be grown at pots, ear ly autumn pe-Mble 5 or o-«t.b w
November 27, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
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November 27, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LEGAL NOTICE.

LEGAL NOTICE.

RE MISS ALICE TALBOT, DECEASED.— All Persons having CLAIMS Estate of Miss-TALBOT, late of Talbot House, Lower Bank-rood, Fulwood, near Preston, -who (]i.vl on about sth November, 1915. ore requested forthwith to send full potticubrs thereof tho undersigned. FINCH, JOHNSON. & Co.
November 20, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE WINDOW TAX.

THE WINDOW TAX.

At Avenham all the old dames were thoroughly startled. “Oh. ho will bo reasonable,” thought poor Mrs. Tuson, “it is rmly you see just small little window.” “Well but,” says Grocer,” “you use room." W-e-l-l. just occasionally.” "Then you must occasionally pay and down went in his
November 20, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
•HELLS CAME DOWN LIKE

•HELLS CAME DOWN LIKE

HAILSTONES. from France, Sergeant Henry yei, D.C.M-. end Private George Blundell, both Layla nd, and belonging to the Scots L irds, joint letter to friend, say »j u ,t Hoe to, hoping find you ,1c beat health, etc. At the present 'ime ,re out for a few days’ rest, at a small Vill
November 20, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 

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C.O.’S HIGH WORDS OF PRAISE.

C.O.’S HIGH WORDS OF PRAISE.

Lieut.-Col. Logan, commander of the battalion, said it was not too much to say that he s heartbroken at losing such a splendid body of men. They had never given any trouble. In all their work they had been most diligent, and their behaviour generally above reproach. He regretted
November 20, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SIMPSONS

SIMPSONS

The Corporation aro ptepye{| of upwards for » ■ ject six months nowoo ftop*- expenses oonnoction wAP thftg Mortgage Bond wiH ho hotuo —For full particulars Borough AccMiyiiant. - c NEAR THE RRITTSH MUSEUM. KINGSLEY HOTEL’, HART STREET. BLOOMSBURY SQUARE, LONDON. OPPOSITE THE BRI
November 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
9,000 Names

9,000 Names

of Local Men who have enlisted.
November 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
IJANTIT

IJANTIT

November 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TRAGEDY OF WINTER.

TRAGEDY OF WINTER.

DM Lady's Fatal FaiL An inquest was held at Preston Polke Station, Saturday afternoon, the body Ellen Thompson (63), spinster, who resided 7, Townley-street, Preston, and who died Thursday. The evidence showed that the deceased had for some time suffered from bronchitis. On Wedn
November 24, 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England