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A SPECIAL FEATURE EVERY DAY IN OUR COLUMNS

A SPECIAL FEATURE EVERY DAY IN OUR COLUMNS

14 January 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
VVi cud th’ owd market deawn. Thcr’d hi nowt to sec but shop, Just same every teawn. Wod weary place

VVi cud th’ owd market deawn. Thcr’d hi nowt to sec but shop, Just same every teawn. Wod weary place

Blackpool ud be, tv week wi bed slop. Ther’d only bi one shop i’ th’ placs. An’ Iliad, like eawrs, th’ Co-op fooak wer’ o’ Co-oppers, enterprise stop, Yo’d want on t’ commilte®. Or else to serve i’ ih’ shop. Co-ops arc rcighl just like owt else. Bud goa too far, Well. iv fooak w
11 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE CEMETERY SCANDAL.

THE CEMETERY SCANDAL.

The Preston Trades Council have passed a resolution calling for inquiry into the alleged irregularities at the Cemetery. Further, it is now threatened that unless such an inquiry is conceded the whole matter will be raised in Parliament. Threats are easy to make and should never
11 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WEAVERS TO HAVE A PERMANENT SECRETARY.

WEAVERS TO HAVE A PERMANENT SECRETARY.

At a meeting of* the Bamber Bridge Branch of the Weavers, Winders, and Warpers’ Association, held on Tuesday night, it was unanimously decided appoint permanent secretary for their area. It is expected that the election will take place on Tuesday evening next. SCHOOL LANE CLUB’S
11 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
| NEWS FROM THE GHURpHES. | . .........a* • •

| NEWS FROM THE GHURpHES. | . .........a* • •

| NEWS FROM THE GHURpHES. . .........a* • The Editor invites Secretaries and others connected with Churches of all denominations to send in reports of meetings of Church, Sunday School, and kindred societies for inclusion under this heading. INAUGURATION AT AIX SAINTS. As one of
11 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE SENSIBLE WAT.

THE SENSIBLE WAT.

(To the Editor of the Ucrald."i Sir -Lord Derby »r.d the Duke of Devonshire deserve the very best thanks of the Dmopi.t t " They hove soU'.csl fer Urn time being. essential tor’ the best f au° Tariff Reform m other tva>. ,, ff reS those latomcnU A°e T.Hff w!; h the forefeet*. bc
11 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
EVENNESS OF QUALITY,

EVENNESS OF QUALITY,

Jm, n. r,rob -?. t, on, y decision with wiuUi the crowd djsnlayed like , T ment ,h other i We n S ; , t llalit and evenness of build that they were placed on fractions of ~ omts. The second was Mrs. M. E. leys bay gelding from Wceton. It was thfind th blark Size but h only five
11 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PROVISIONAL FOR THREE MONTHS.

PROVISIONAL FOR THREE MONTHS.

“6. The sum of 23 per head for each insured person available for drugs and medical appliances shall in like manner be ascertained for each area, and so much it as is assignable to the doctors for supplying drugs and medical appliances shall distributed among them according to sc
11 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON RURAL COUNCIL The Monthly Meeting.

PRESTON RURAL COUNCIL The Monthly Meeting.

At the monthly meeting of the Preston Rural District Council on Tuesday, Mr. Brcakcll-Moss presiding, the following members attended: Messrs. Ainsworth, Battersby, Bradley, Howarth, Holt, Hubberstey, Hardman, Jackman, Lancaster, Lonsdale, Lowcock, Miller, Myercough, Ray, and Sut
11 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
A PHYSICIAN’S ADVICE.

A PHYSICIAN’S ADVICE.

Indi'tc&t.lon and practically all forma of stomach trouble are. nine times out of beo, due to acidity; therefore stomach sufferers should, whenever possible, avoid cetirur food that in its nature, or which by chemical action the stomach develops acidity. Unfortunately, suuh rule
11 January 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England