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CONTINUATION CLASSES.

CONTINUATION CLASSES.

To the Higher Education Sub-oonunitree the headmaster reported that the last meeting 45 more students had joined the various continuation 4. bringing total number up to 655. He also report Mat ;he following numbers had joined the classes in the various department- at the Technic
October 21, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL

MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL

The Ileadmacter oported upon the numbers of students who had joined certain specified evening OiIiASOP, and made several consequential recommendations for dividing such dances and augmenting the teaching wall appointed, prior to the opening of the session, which recommendations
October 21, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
CATTLE BREEDING IN SOUTH AFRICA.

CATTLE BREEDING IN SOUTH AFRICA.

The 51 pedigree cattle imparted for breeding purposes in Rhodesia arrived in excellent condition. A consignment of 28 pedigree heifers, 2 bulls, 5 pigs, 20 ewes, 3 rams and 6 horses have also been landed for the Government stock farm at the Cape. Sir George Farrer also imported
October 21, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
MALTED MILK THE IDEAL FOOD FOR INFANT FEEDING. Equally stocabie for the strong and the delicate child Contains No Starch.

MALTED MILK THE IDEAL FOOD FOR INFANT FEEDING. Equally stocabie for the strong and the delicate child Contains No Starch.

MALTED MILK THE IDEAL FOOD FOR INFANT FEEDING. Equally for the strong and the delicate child Contains No Starch. Is easily and thoroughly assimilaird• No Cooking. No added Milk. Of all Chemists and IM. 716.
October 21, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
ig HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. 111 • • • "EUXTON" WHITE HART HOTEL.- APARTMENTS. PICNIC PARTIES AND CYCLISTS CATERED FOR. Proprietor—JOHN

ig HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. 111 • • • "EUXTON" WHITE HART HOTEL.- APARTMENTS. PICNIC PARTIES AND CYCLISTS CATERED FOR. Proprietor—JOHN

BRADSHAW (lato Blackpool.
October 21, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKPOOL.—Mra CHAPMAN, 63, Coronabon Street (late of 17, Hull Road). Comfortabie Apartinonte. Near all Entertainment& close to Central Station, Sea,

BLACKPOOL.—Mra CHAPMAN, 63, Coronabon Street (late of 17, Hull Road). Comfortabie Apartinonte. Near all Entertainment& close to Central Station, Sea,

and Piera. Piano. BLACKPOOL.—Notioe of Removal from 74, Adelaide Street, to 228, Lytham Road, S.S. Comfortable Apartrnenta, with or without Board. Close to Sea. Book S.S. Station.—Mrs. BOTHAM. Tel. 723. BLACKPOOL.—Misa RAMSDEN (from Bury), 42, Lytham Road, S.S. Public and Privat
October 21, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
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October 21, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Penalty of Blasphemy.

Penalty of Blasphemy.

Two atheist lecturors were convicted at lords .kssiz on Tuesday for blaephemy, Thomas Wm. Stewart, aged 28, described as an analytical chemist, being sentenced to three months' imprisonment, and John William Gott (45), a traveller, to four months' imnrisonmont, in each case with
December 9, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
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December 9, 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England