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LANCASHIRE FARMERS. Annual Meeting: The New President. The annual meeting of the Lancashire Tirmers’ Association was held at the Bui!

LANCASHIRE FARMERS. Annual Meeting: The New President. The annual meeting of the Lancashire Tirmers’ Association was held at the Bui!

and Royal Hotel, Preston, on Saturday. Mr. E. B. Dawson, J.P., Aldcliffe Hall, Lancaster, was unanimously appointed president in succession to Mr. R. A. Yerburgh. moving his election, Mr. W. Fitzherbert- Brockholes, J.P., D.L., said Mr. Dawson had been one of the most loyal supp
April 1, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SATURDAY, APRIL Ist. 191 b.

SATURDAY, APRIL Ist. 191 b.

Printed and Tu* Phfstov Co., Ltd., at ihotr ofbce«. PRESTON: 16-18. AVENHAM STREET. MAX-cniOTSB LintßPooL 10. , JiOSDON “Standard Building®. Ih®- Telephone® Head Office; 202 Pre«t'n Manchester; 2,131 Liverpool: 816. London: 7,984 (City).
April 1, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TENDERS.

TENDERS.

LIGHTING DEPARTMENT. Outre for the U\f-'rd Lxaiu*.. _ !v. 1915.—Headmaster ; .1 tv u N. M.A.—The School RKnI’F.N u .. Summer Term May !?16. when new may niimtrted. THUS. DODD. ( lei-k the Governors, ' 47. I.unc-street, Preston. , the children—save Til EMPIRE. Town H.?U. 23th Apr
April 29, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PIGS. —All Cta|soa of Young and Store PIGS —Eccles, PdSncll-strccfc, Preston. 224a597r

PIGS. —All Cta|soa of Young and Store PIGS —Eccles, PdSncll-strccfc, Preston. 224a597r

April 29, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
STOP PRESS. CHORLEY.

STOP PRESS. CHORLEY.

COLLECTING.—During the past fortnisrht in Croston and district, eggs collected in aid of the wounded soldiers proved highly satisfactory. Croston, 810; Eccleston, 224) Beskin 168. HESKIN PARISH COUNCIL'.—At the annual meeting, held on Monday evening, presided over by Mr. Gresrso
April 8, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SERBIAN CHAINS.

SERBIAN CHAINS.

All metal things in Serbia .are taken away tho Germans: even the and spoons, says Father Volimirovic in The Now Witness/' Tho knives and axes aro taken not only motal things but, of course. <as And the was issued to disarm Serbia. All Ihe agricultural utensils are taken, too. Me
April 8, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE PALACE THEATRE,

THE PALACE THEATRE,

The high quality the programme the Palace well maintained thi> ?k, and a selection ot the most -htful films, including sccnics, cemeand dramas constitute the varied rtion. Perhaps the most attractive tv.re for Monday, Tuesday, and was the one entitled “The : Big Sandy,” which ab
April 8, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
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girl to'enconrage' Sim to • She potatoes, by; eiaiplying-Idok He:(oku^mlj):. "If I ebppld propoeo woujdtjou. * Yes ,*?" She: I'm ore- "If ‘Yes*' .of .ber tal' experiecoes)V'" dear, for. two week® ‘wejre.‘riglifctiii •th© midst tn# 1" this. dear?*' "I hava;a';new gown " Well, plea
April 29, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
JOHNNY WEBB DEFEATED. GOD SHOW AGAINST CHAMPION MIDDLE-WEIGHT; At the optn-air.boxing fournatritat at Kensal Green Rise, when about 4,000 spectators

JOHNNY WEBB DEFEATED. GOD SHOW AGAINST CHAMPION MIDDLE-WEIGHT; At the optn-air.boxing fournatritat at Kensal Green Rise, when about 4,000 spectators

were present, the principal attraction was,a.fifteen rounds contest between the middle-weight champion, Lance-Corporal Pat O’Keefe, and Pte. Johnny Webb (Preston), of the Scots Guards,, the‘latter putting un a surprisingly good show. The opening round was a Quip' one, each hitti
April 29, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR BOYS,

HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR BOYS,

M. P. DAVLS. M.A., Oxon., Prepare* Boys for the Public Schools, Universities, or Commercial Life. EVENING CLASSES Prepare for Examination.
April 29, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England