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WOMEN'S Co-OPERATIVE GUILD. TO-NIGHT (Saturday), in % the. ASSEMBLY ROOM, OAK STREET, a LANTERN LECTURE by Mr. HOOKWAY, Sec. 'Workers'

WOMEN'S Co-OPERATIVE GUILD. TO-NIGHT (Saturday), in % the. ASSEMBLY ROOM, OAK STREET, a LANTERN LECTURE by Mr. HOOKWAY, Sec. 'Workers'

Educational Association. Subject : "Highway of Education." Chair to be taken by Mr: BOLErIIO, at 7-30. Guild Members, Free; Non Members, 2d. each.
January 11, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Established 1875. M. WILKINSON. PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, SIGN WRITER, And GENERAL DECORATOR. Anaglypta and Lincrusta Decorations. A Splendid Selection of Stock

Established 1875. M. WILKINSON. PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, SIGN WRITER, And GENERAL DECORATOR. Anaglypta and Lincrusta Decorations. A Splendid Selection of Stock

Patterns to Choose from. PICTURE FRAMER, MOUNT CUTTER, and FINE ART DEALER. (Wholesale and Retail.) Splendid Selection of Prints and Engravings kept in Stook. Our Only Address:- 27 and 29, BANK STREET (Off Blackburn Road), Accrington. ESTIMATES GIVEN.
January 11, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
"""toftikoseto QUICKLY COULD NOT SLEEP! Mr. F. GOULD, Woodfalls iiJ, Downton, on April 30th, IEI, wrote:—" I could uot sleep

"""toftikoseto QUICKLY COULD NOT SLEEP! Mr. F. GOULD, Woodfalls iiJ, Downton, on April 30th, IEI, wrote:—" I could uot sleep

with pain. I took two pills in the morning and by night I walked two miles." instantly relieve and rapidly cure Gout, Rheumatism, Rhenmac Gout, , and Sciatica. ---...sessessween
January 11, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
RESERVE.

RESERVE.

At St. Peter's. Soores St. Peter's R. hayfield' C. Hodgson A. Haworth J. Sumner . J. T. Aspden H. Rawson; —. Haworth H. Holden , St. James'. . 100 A. Balthaw . 66 F. Ocrupe . 89 G. Wkittaker . 79 A. Hindle . 93 W. F. .Ashworth 100 . 99 W. Hindle 100 Alf. Hindle . 100 R. Siott
November 29, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
etIURCH NOTICES. CHURCH, ACCRINGTON. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) '' ComixtUnion. 4 .1 .4 1i 4g, 10-30, Rev. J. MARTIN, 'ALA. 3 E.,

etIURCH NOTICES. CHURCH, ACCRINGTON. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) '' ComixtUnion. 4 .1 .4 1i 4g, 10-30, Rev. J. MARTIN, 'ALA. 3 E.,

MEN'S SRVICE, Rev. F. Vicar of Hunc,oat. -30, THE VICAR. - 111 S 4X L . MISEN PARISH CHURCH.
September 27, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
"A PERFECT NUISANCE."

"A PERFECT NUISANCE."

John O'Hare, a young man living at a lodginghouse in the town, who was described by the Chief Constable of a very violent character when in drink, was charged with begging in the street the previous night. P.C. Blakernore said he had noticed the prisoner in Blackburn-road, in co
September 27, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
:sat, Accrington and District Boy Scouts.

:sat, Accrington and District Boy Scouts.

'SPORTS ANti RALLY AT MOORHEAD INTERESTING GATHERING The first sports day in connection with the Accrington and District Boy Scouts Association took place last Saturday afternoon on the Stanley Football Ground at Moorhead. A rally was also held at the same time, the Scouts being
September 27, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

THE LICENSED TRADE AND THE PUBLIC. To THE EDITOR OF THE " GAZETTE." Sir,—Your issue Of the 20th instant, which reports the annual meeting of the Ha.s.lingden. Free Church Council, also contains some correspondence) between the Mayor-elect of Hailingden and the secretary of the C
September 27, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
LAST SEEN AT ACCRINGTON

LAST SEEN AT ACCRINGTON

Fred Cooper (24), a, clerk, of Lime Tree Grove, Riawtenstall, has been missing since September 19th. On that day he was seen in Accrington, where he had travelled by. tramcar. About 5f t. 3in. high, fresh complexion, clean shaven, clean features with pointed Chin, light brown ha
September 27, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
ASSAULT CASE DISMISSED.

ASSAULT CASE DISMISSED.

Elijah Whalley, collier, was summoned by Norah Jackson, married, woman, for assault. The parties reside in Tattersall-street, Oswakltwistle. plainant 'stated that on the evening of *P.Pt. 15th, she and her husband arrived home and found the defendant in the house with complainan
September 27, 1913 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England