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EARTHING-UP CELERY

EARTHING-UP CELERY

The inexperienced cultivator is generally very anxious to earth up his celery plants, and often does so to the detriment the crop. The plants certainly look better when earthed-up, but very often they suffer from lack ol moisture the roots afterwards. The soil is only used with
6 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOR SEDITION.

FOR SEDITION.

Nation Judged as whole, Mr. Larkin’s conduct strike some, if not all, men less flagitious than Sir Edward Carson’s, who seems destined to carry the infection of his folly into every quarter of the land where social peace is at peril. We do not quarrel with the Gove*nment’s reaso
6 September 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A C E TII EAT RE, PRES TO N. Proprietors: WILLIAM HENRY BROAD&EAD and SON. TWICE NIGHTLY, 6 40 and

A C E TII EAT RE, PRES TO N. Proprietors: WILLIAM HENRY BROAD&EAD and SON. TWICE NIGHTLY, 6 40 and

0. IkIONDAY. 3lh. and During iho Week. DERWENT HALL CAINE, *‘T E BONDMAN.” •.By HALL CAINE). ADMISSION . Pt >l. Orchestra Stalls Is. booked Clrelo 6d, booked Pit n.: an.l p.m. to 10 45 p.m. or letter. Box OtH-'e ’phone 317, Preston. TRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS.
6 September 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICES.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

IC I. LEGE, PRESTON YEAR BEGINS ).\ V, SEPTEMBER !stb. etc., about •ii .*u« a V. f. W EI.SIJV, S J l*i\c Guineas. lie College. '.)RDER ODDFELLOWS, PRESTON DISTRICT. Telephone 186. PRINCE’S THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE, * PRESTON. Manager: Mr. P. R. STAINFORTH. TWICE NIGHTLY. 7 end 9.
6 September 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON—GARIBALDI.

LONDON—GARIBALDI.

TEMPERANCE HOTEL. 45. 46. 52, Morninffton road. Regent’s Park, N.W. Centra! for principal theutros, Citj and West End shopping centres; comfortable Apartments; good meals; most rcxsonablo charges; bedroom. _ breakfast, bath, and attendance, 3s; two sharing, ss; no extras; tariff
6 September 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 

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UNDER ARMS.

UNDER ARMS.

With a burst of patriotism the youthful Willie followed the bugle call, when war had broken out in South Africa. He joined the army and was shipped Cape Colony, h-arning how to handle rifle on the voyage. He heard the “whirr” of lead Norvalspont, and Bloemfontein, and returned h
6 September 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE TABLES TURNED.

THE TABLES TURNED.

On Monday evening, a very unusual spectacle was seen at our Police Station drunken policeman lugged into the office by three sober civilians. The piccant guardian of the peace bad been found in the neighbourhood of Walkerstreet utterly unable to help himself, and the three civil
6 September 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
APPOINTMENTS.

APPOINTMENTS.

On Thursday last, Miss Clarke received an official notification that she had been appointed postmistress for Garstang. A memorial in favour of Miss Clarke, numerously signed inhabitants, had been presented to the Postmaster-General by the Marquis of Hartington. Mr. Joseph Rookin
6 September 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ARMS AND CEMETERY HOT EL. (Cars pass every few minutes). FRED ETESON. Propilctur. BOWLING GREEN in Splendid Condition. Handicap now

ARMS AND CEMETERY HOT EL. (Cars pass every few minutes). FRED ETESON. Propilctur. BOWLING GREEN in Splendid Condition. Handicap now

on. NUTT ALL’S Noted ALES A STOUT. WINES. SPIRITS, and CIGARS v*f the Best Qual-fy. RAM’S HEAD ITT.. BRIDGE, near Pre*ton (Tel. No. 14, Longton). the main road Southport and Liverpool, and live miles from Preston. Bass’s BEER and Findlatcr’s STOUT. DINNERS and TEAS provided. Fa
6 September 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
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6 September 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England