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CRIPPLED FOR FUNDS OHURCH BUILDING IN THE

CRIPPLED FOR FUNDS OHURCH BUILDING IN THE

CRIPPLED FOR FUNDS OHURCH BUILDING THE DIOCESE. Bishop Manchester has issued nastoral letter the clergy of the diocese inviting their help and that of their congregations observing Sunday, October 27, as Diocesan or Church Sunday. He asks them, as on former occasions, devote the
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Special Reasons for Liberal Rcspoasc

Special Reasons for Liberal Rcspoasc

Special Reasons for Liberal There are some special reasons (he adds) why I appeal for very liberal response this year. Last year our Diocesan Sunday happened to be a very wet day, and the collection fell short of the previous year. It would have shown far greater deficiency had n
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE HAGUE CONFERENCE

THE HAGUE CONFERENCE

Just before the Hague commenced its siDrings, certain remark* by the Prime Minister might have lei some people to believe that the reign peace earth was about 'to begin ih« bidding of a Radical Government. Bur the happy consummation appears to almost as distant ever. The Confere
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
“*R>weß

“*R>weß

Is a Splendid Ready-Cooked Food for Breakfast and other Meals .. S FOR ANYONE ANDr EVERYONE. etemsOy searcKias for the best kind of food. Tbt rational mao wanti Mmcthmc nfiafv d»e cravings of hunter, tsi«r, nourish every organ and tissue of the body, and not too bulky. hare in a
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
The Delight of Feeling Fresh

The Delight of Feeling Fresh

MR. E. W. MCLLOR’S MUNIFICENCE TO BURY were not carried away by this Radical claptrap—(aprplauso) They were intelligent people and not eo eaaily led astray as th© rest of the’ community. ATHENAEUM EXTENSION OPENED. He considered that the Conservative party was the party for the
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Conies after Using

Conies after Using

BEECHAM’S PILLS, a medicine of proved worth, as thousands can testify. These pills are specially prepared to counteract and remove all irregularities of the organs of assimilation and digestion—the seat of most of the ills that flesh is heir to.” There never was a time like the
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
HOT WATER FOR COUCH

HOT WATER FOR COUCH

and wearing attack conghina often needs immediate attention, especially in consumptives and those chronically ill. an emergency, that ever oeeful remedy, hot water, will often prove very effective. It ie much better than some of the remedies, which disorder the digestion, and sp
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Archaic Font

Archaic Font

A little bolow the well whore the water again in a trough is a farmhouse. This represents the house tha CJhantry priest who ministered at the wolL Higlior up on the onposito eide the road is ruin of cottage. This its turn was built from tho rains the Well Chapel, and now in liko
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
GARDENING NOTES. Hints to Amateurs. Amateur gardeners do not all appear to realise Hie extreme importance of thorough tillage the

GARDENING NOTES. Hints to Amateurs. Amateur gardeners do not all appear to realise Hie extreme importance of thorough tillage the

soil, which exposes a greater depth of earth to the disintegrating action rain ether natural forces, so up vast stores of fieeh plant foods, permitting root-growth to extend and ramify freely, and enabling axoees of moieture drain away, while materially assisting water rise from
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
By Another Correspoadeai

By Another Correspoadeai

For first time sinco the track has been opened, I visited Brook lands last Saturday see the racing. This necessitated drive through some of prettiest the scenery Surrey, enhanced, Just now, the rich tints that colour autumn foliage, and perfect day that was, happily, our portion
26 October 1907 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England