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TRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS.

TRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS.

WM. RAWCLIFFE & C 0 COLLIERY AGENTS For some of the Best Colliepes the Lancashire and Yorkshire Coalfields. We can supply all kinds HOUSE COAL, STEAM and GAS COAL, at reasonable prices, arc also largo CONTRACTORS OF CAS COKES, SMITHY BREEZES. BEST WELSH SMOKELESS STEAM COALS, an
29 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PATENTS.

PATENTS.

GEORGE DAVIS & SON, CHARTERED PATENT AGENTS. 4. ST. ANN S SQUARE, MANCHESTER, Established in 1835. SELF-HELP TO NEW PATENT LAW. Prlco 6d. COLONIAL AND FOREIGN PATENT LAWS, Price 1/-.
29 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
MR. ROBT. PEER, Musical Director of the Hippodrome, vacancies for a few pupils the. Violin; nJ'method. Special care with child

MR. ROBT. PEER, Musical Director of the Hippodrome, vacancies for a few pupils the. Violin; nJ'method. Special care with child

students. * A Jiivenile now forolod. Individual tuition. desired.—Por terms, ole., apply by letter to the Hippodrome. • 'i ■ ■ ' • f IS S MOt;IN E U X , IV ATE AN D COACH. Tuition in all • T*atin, and Fn nch. Pupils prepared for the Lceal. Me»iieaJ, PHaxmaeuutical, yoieriuarv. P
29 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LEAGRAM HALL ESTATE,

LEAGRAM HALL ESTATE,

MOSS LANK HEAD FARM. (Shipping, f.ei from Kobruarv and l»t May. 1914, containing 121 a. 2-r. Op., thereabouts.! •New Buildings will lie erected ami drainagie doire. The Land is all under grass but part could- ploughed desired. Apply and PEAT, 8, 3^inck Icy-square, Preaton.
29 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
AT STUD.

AT STUD.

npWO Yamiig BOARS' fox service.—Apjxly VV.,
29 October 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 

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GRAPHIC ACCOUNT.

GRAPHIC ACCOUNT.

A graphic account the scene is given by the correspondent o! the Chronicle,” who says: As each stone crashed through the glass at Dr. Meacock’s house shouts of delight went up. After smashing all windows and the front door, the crowd mardhed to the house of Dr. Gunscn and smashe
31 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Reversions and life interests^ l^ or F.nd« Property P™CHA|ED « thereon, the EQUITABLE UEVEEbIONARI (Limited), 10, Eetablilhed 1835.—Capital ■ P«<ri-nel. baw."* LONDON HOSPITAL. WASTED—GIFTS CLQTHIFO. . , GIFTS »{ OLD CLOTHES tie Creetert recelred. , v., tv« Attbe» ,4 * , So peat
31 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
(PUBLISHED TO-DAY.)

(PUBLISHED TO-DAY.)

Everybody knows Mr. George Grossmith as one of the most popular musical comedy actors but we gather from Mr. Naylor’s “chronicle that is also keen observer men and things, and something of a philosopher boot. The volume under review is not a biography, nor appreciation, nor even
31 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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31 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
PASTE PRONGS,

PASTE PRONGS,

The jewelled bandeau and the aigrette are not being worn quite as much they have been. For this latter news many thousands of ardent theatre-goers will offer grateful thanks. Theirs is, however, a gradual decline in popularity. The stalls will stall bristle with many coloured ai
31 October 1913 - Globe - London, London, England