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January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills A Motto for 1911.

Dr. Williams' Pink Pills A Motto for 1911.

Rev. A. J. Setweed prow:bang at Roydsstreet Baptist. Murat, Accrington, on Sunday evening on " A motto for 1911," said three tniths, plain, unpretentious, simple truths, but would revolutionise the He of our and of the world i fully realised and faithfully acted upon, out of the
January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Accrington District Clubs and the Colliery Disaster.

Accrington District Clubs and the Colliery Disaster.

At a meeting of delegates of the Accrington and District Federation of Working Men's Clubs, called by the President. and Secretary, and held at the Steplaenson Memoria Club last Saturday afternon it was unanimously decided to make a levy of 2d. per head per member of all the clu
January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
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January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
TO VISIT ACCRINGTON.

TO VISIT ACCRINGTON.

It it a stmat to the appointee-rt.. of the Free library to that A a view of °lite Ming earth information aanright helpful to the Public Library .Committee of the riurnley Town d ormneetion with the proa of a free for the borough, a 'lariat e; committee ha+ been appointed to vi-i
January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
AN ASTOUNDING AFFAIR.

AN ASTOUNDING AFFAIR.

A pitched battle of several hours finintion in the very heart of one of the t nose crowded districts of the East. End of London was the sequel to the Iloandsitai a/fringe. in three policemen were killed and two others seven* wounded. A couple, if not. more, of desieraite ruffian
January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
INFLUENCE OF LODGING-HOUSES.

INFLUENCE OF LODGING-HOUSES.

It is only a few months ago rhat I had the oplortunity of calling attention to throe observa-• tions made by our Cldef Constaße to the aninual Conferencie of the of England, when on the quottion of crime in the country 'lie gave it as opinion' that the principal root of the evil
January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
The Eree Church of England.

The Eree Church of England.

In connection with St. Matthew's, Portlarolstreet, the annual ba was in the schoolroom. on Monday. January 2nd. There was a tea, provided at 4-30 pan., and the evening's entertainment commenced at 7 o'clock. The Rem. ' , tared Belt presided and was supported by Mr. W. H. Preston
January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
MAYOR AT AVENUE PARADE.

MAYOR AT AVENUE PARADE.

The fourth and last night of the New Year festival at the Unitad Methodist Inc Church School, Avenue Parade, was graced by the aetzen. dance of his Woragip the Mayor. Alderman A. S. Bury. A fairly numerous company .astitmblod in this upper neatly.tleoorated schoolrouin in which
January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
TaleOone 21X. J. E. CARTER WINE. SPIRIT. ALE AND PORTER MERCHANT. BLACKBURN ROAD. ACCRINGTON. Establishad 1876. BASS and WORTHINGTON'S ALES.

TaleOone 21X. J. E. CARTER WINE. SPIRIT. ALE AND PORTER MERCHANT. BLACKBURN ROAD. ACCRINGTON. Establishad 1876. BASS and WORTHINGTON'S ALES.

GUINNESS and RAGGETI"S STOUTS. HENNESSEY'S. MARTELL'S, and OTARD, LE JEUNK and OLD COGNAC BRANDIES. USHER'S GULNLIVET and 12 YEARS' OLD MALT. PREMIER and Other SPECIAL SCOTCH and IRISH WHISKIES. PINE OLD RUMS. GINS, PORTS, SHERRIES, CHAMPAGNES, CLARETS. HOCKS, BURGUNDIES, , 311I
January 7, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England