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PIMM

PIMM

is an excellent tonic there is nothing like it for the “blues.” C, If the War makes you feel depressed read “PUNCH'!
June 17, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
STOP PRESS.

STOP PRESS.

June 17, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SOLDIERS IN HOSPITAL.

SOLDIERS IN HOSPITAL.

No Right to Stop Their Pay. The question has been repeatedly raised during: the war if whether or no the authorities at military hospitals had the right to stop any part of the pay of the wounded soldiers during their residence in hospital. It has been repeatedly stated that suc
June 17, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
AMUSEMENTS. PRESTON ROYAL BIPPODROME.

AMUSEMENTS. PRESTON ROYAL BIPPODROME.

MONDAY, Juno 261 h, 1916, and During Week. IMPORTAMT and EXPENSIVE ENGAGEMENT OF THE WORLD’S GREATEST CONJUROR,
June 24, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FRECKLETON.

FRECKLETON.

CARPETS ALTERED. LEANED SIMPSON’S BLACKBJJRN. CHURCH ARMY FLAG DAY.—Tht sum of has been realised the sale of flags, etc., by the workers of Holy Trinity Church, Freckleton, who are helping to provide a soldiers’ hut from the vide. HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. The Sunday school anniversa
June 24, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 

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PRESTON SHIPPING NEWS ARRIVALS.

PRESTON SHIPPING NEWS ARRIVALS.

June 17—Sarah Brough, Pwllheli, macadam, 103 Adherence. Pcnroaenmawr, macadam, Assurance Penmaenmawr, macadam, 94. Juno Liverpool, light. .80. June 19—Morning Star, Padstow, china clay. 97. Camborne, Faimouth, china clay, 99. June 21 —Adherence. Penmaenmawr, macadam, 88 Pride o’
June 24, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
EFFECT ON INSTITUTIONS.

EFFECT ON INSTITUTIONS.

There was good deal of consternation at the various public institutions and amongst the general public on Monday, when the bread vans failed to bring round their accustomed loads. The Infirmary, the hospitals, and homes were all possessed of supplies sufficient only for that day
June 24, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
GUARDIANS AND THE BAKERS.

GUARDIANS AND THE BAKERS.

On Tuesday morning, the Preston Board Guardians’ meeting, the question was asked to what effect the bakers’ strike would have on the supply of bread to the Ribchester institution. Mr. H. Cartmell said they baked their own bread at Fulwood, and if necessary they could also supply
June 24, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
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June 24, 1916 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England