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February 22, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
A DECISIVE TEST.

A DECISIVE TEST.

Notwithstanding the employment of its large funds, and with numerous remunerative posts in its gift, the Rodmondite organisations—the United Irish League and the Ancient Order of Hibernians —have been unable to make progress in the O'Brienite territory. The next General Election
June 14, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
THE GAZETTE SATURDAY JUNE 14 1913 Haslingden Police Court.

THE GAZETTE SATURDAY JUNE 14 1913 Haslingden Police Court.

MONDAY—Before the Mayer (Alderman Warburton) and Messrs. J. Barlow, A. Smethurst, and J. C. Witham.
June 14, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
DRUNK

DRUNK

Thomaa Foulds, of Torr for being drunk in Musbury-road on the night of May 30th, was ordered to pay costa—P.C. Heaton pied and said defendant was helpless. HARD SWEARING SUMMONED FOR ASSAULTING .i -GIRL The singular story of how a girl of 19 was dragged,by the hair of the head b
June 14, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
A TARIFF REFORM RESOLUTION.

A TARIFF REFORM RESOLUTION.

The following resolution is on the agenda for quarterly Council meetings of the districts in Lan° . shire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, land, Westmorland., and Yorkshire (North a nd E B-4 Ridings) :—" That this Council calla attention t 4) the Government's betrayal of Fr
June 14, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
TRADESMEN AND KING'S VISIT.

TRADESMEN AND KING'S VISIT.

A meeting of the members of the Accrington Tradesmen's Association was at Watson's Restaurant on Thursday night, Mr. Bell presiding. That genee.man presented his report on the National Chamber of Trade Confeeence at Manchester. It was decided that on the occasion of the King's v
June 14, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Fighting the White Scourge. HEALTH EXHIBIg(TN AT AC'CRINGTON OPENING BY THE. MAYOR

Fighting the White Scourge. HEALTH EXHIBIg(TN AT AC'CRINGTON OPENING BY THE. MAYOR

To in the fight against consumption—The White Scourge—the Accrington .Corporation Health Committee promoted, a tuberculosis exhibition, in connectioit wifla National Association for the Prevention of Co»surnption, which was opened at Accrington Town. Hall. on Wednesday evening,
June 14, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
An Accrington Wedding.

An Accrington Wedding.

BIRTWISTLE-KEN YON. A wedding in. which much interest centred took place at the New Church, Abbey-street, Accrington, on Saturday morning, the Rev. J. R. Row:tell officiating, , when Mr. John R. ' Birtwistle, youngest son of Mrs. Birtw istle • Arden-terrace. and the late Mr. W.
June 14, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
THE POWER OF 'LOVE

THE POWER OF 'LOVE

A tall and very I.4tout, ‘vetnian from: Leyton asked the, Stratford rnagi.4rate on Mondaty for advioe " regarding my liw-band. I have not seen him for ten years." Clerk: And now wants to marry you?—Yeß. ,Well, poll may chaneoi it, but it is risky. , . H. J. Carter (the chairman)
June 14, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Contempt of Court.

Contempt of Court.

In the of English law contempt of court IA a very serious offence.. Both the person aridpreputation of a . judge are very properly held Sacred . , and our Statutes give jueiges ample powers of dealing summarily , with the offence. s a New York a man named, Cortland wm sentenced
June 14, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England