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RENEWED DEPRESSION IN

RENEWED DEPRESSION IN

THE MARKETS. CONTINENTAL SELLING. CUBAN PORTS DECISION. finsbvby pavement, c. relief has come to the Stock Markets, which consequently remain in very depressed condition, although liquidation has not been on yesterday’s colossal scale. It significant that while alarmist rumours
10 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FIRST ROUND PLAY.

FIRST ROUND PLAY.

Walton Heath, Thursday. In aocord'ance with expectations play between the famous golf professionals, James Braid and George Duncan, in the final of the £4OO touma. ment Walton Heath to-day was of a very keen character. At the turn in the first round the match was all square. The
9 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DAUGHTERS.

DAUGHTERS.

MOERieoif-BzLL.—Ob the 6th inst., 7, Great Cumberland* placa, the wife of Major Morris on* Bell, M.P. Raskix. —On the Gth inst., Tweeddale-terrace Nursing Home, Tnnbridpe Wells, the wife of Lieut. Norman H* Rankin, H.M.S* Prince of Wales.
9 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

11 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
'PLAGUE OF FLIES. Pedestrians, cyclists, and others piocccdmg along the highway between Brocknoles Arms, Claughton, and Bowgreavc, near Garstang, on

'PLAGUE OF FLIES. Pedestrians, cyclists, and others piocccdmg along the highway between Brocknoles Arms, Claughton, and Bowgreavc, near Garstang, on

Thursday morning-, infested with a small specie fly, which appeared to crowd the air in thousands. number of cyclists on this stretch or road were compelled dismount. HEBALD; SATBRBAVi OCTOBER tl IMS. WILLOWS WHIST DRIVE. i The fortnightly whist drive at the John's Hall Ae Willo
11 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BARKERS

BARKERS

The Shop for Clocks 27, CHURCH STREET. MOTHERS’ UNION. The first meeting this winter of the I.cyland St. Andrew’s branch the Mother.-, Union was held in Hradshaw-street Mission School on Thursday afternoon last. Mrs. Roffc presided over moderate attendance and an address was giv
11 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FUNERAL OF MRS. G. HARDMAN.

FUNERAL OF MRS. G. HARDMAN.

The interment the late Airs. George Hardman of the “Elms”, Barton, (whose death was recorded in last Saturday’s * Herald ’) took place at St. John the Baptist’s Church, Broughton, Monday at 2 p.ra. The esteem in which she was held was shown the many sympathetic condolence? and t
11 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
EMPIRE THEATRE,

EMPIRE THEATRE,

Another command artiste next week the Empire And this time it is artiste who above all others deserved the command —the world-famous Paul Cinquevalli, who alone has lifted the art of the juggler from the ranks of curtain raiser to the position of a principal Hue on the big hall
11 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
The Mayor and Mayoress Elect. Councillor H. Car.mcl, has been selected to occupy the position ot Chief 0 hi3 h

The Mayor and Mayoress Elect. Councillor H. Car.mcl, has been selected to occupy the position ot Chief 0 hi3 h

municipal year. The choice has given universal satisfaction. He will be gracefully assisted genial wife Mrs. Cartmell SEA SCOUTS. YOUTHFUL L.B.A.M. Miss G. Lloyd Is cue ot ide successful candidates who have jus! gained tho coveted diploma for violin playing at the Royal Academy
11 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON HERALD

PRESTON HERALD

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11 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England