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SUBSCRIPTIONS TO HAND.

SUBSCRIPTIONS TO HAND.

' “HERALD” SUBSCRIPTIONS. Major Stanley, M.P. 5 ° Mrs. Baxter 3 3° Rt. Hon. the Earl of Derby ...... 220 Mr. F. Calvert. J.P o Lady Ashton 200 Friends, per Miss Hill v ... * *7. 0 Preston Conservative Working Men’s Club 1 1 Lady Beatrix Stanley 1 o Mr. A. A. Tobin, K.C.. M.P. *
24 December 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LADIES DRESSING DOLLS*

LADIES DRESSING DOLLS*

The Mayoress. Lady Hollins. Miss Hollins. Mrs. Hay hurst. Mrs. Woodhead, St. Annes. Mrs. Alderman Myerscoogh, Mrs J. R. Hodgson, Fulwood. Mrs. J. F. Simpson, Fulwood. Mrs. G. E. Baxter, Hoghton. Miss Crook, Hoghton. Mrs. J. Hodson, Higher Walton* Miss J. Turner. Mrs. G. Bagot. M
24 December 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SCRUBB'S AMMONIA.

SCRUBB'S AMMONIA.

For tho bath, nursery, toilet, housol>old, Sorubb’e ammonia invaluable preparation, and hoe now become article of general use in almost every household. For bath it will bo found most exhilarating sod refreahmg. and for hair it is not only cleansing, but invigorating, and imparl
24 December 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
HAD HE PERMISSION?

HAD HE PERMISSION?

Joseph Mior.Ji, 29, Miukol-place, Alston, was chargod with being in mdawful posorssion of game, Dil-worth, on December Defendant ucnird the offence. police constable stated that 10 o’clock on night December he saw defendant coining away from land upon which was preserved. His po
24 December 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
EMPLOYMENT RETURN

EMPLOYMENT RETURN

The following is return the state of employment in cotton, worsted, and flax mills, borough of Preston: Total number of mills 87, employed six days this week, 9,601 ; last week, 9,540; five days this week, 1,077; last week, 1,173; four days this week,. 1,070; last week, 2,738; t
24 December 1913 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BURNT TO DEATH IN BED.

BURNT TO DEATH IN BED.

George Talmage (81), died in Worthing Hospital to-day as tie result of burns sustained by his bed catching alight. Talmage was l aving tea by candlelight; th© candle over turned and the clothes caught fire. The fire brigade was summoned extinguish the flames, which completely en
24 December 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
'■ THE GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24 1913.

'■ THE GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24 1913.

THE GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1913. Men and Matters. THE THEATBE. M. JULES CLA RETIE. France loses a very distinguished and a very versatile man by the death of M. Jules Claretie. One of the best-known contemporary journalists, he was also a playwright and novelist of repute, bu
24 December 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
IF YOU KNEW

IF YOU KNEW

t difference Beecham’s Pills would to you if you are a sufferer from bihousness, , depression of spirits, flatulence, headache an digressing disorders consequent u P° 0 . ment the digestive organs, you would never without them. THE VALUE OF this excellent preparation is thousand
24 December 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL PEACE.

FOOTBALL PEACE.

There is every reason to hope that the F.A. and the A.F.A. have at last composed their differences, and that with the New Year peace and goodwill will really reign in the football world. As a matter of fact, the ruling bodies on either side came to a definite understanding some
24 December 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FEAST OF LIGHTS.

FEAST OF LIGHTS.

Whilp the rest of London's population is today celebrate the Christian festival oftne Nativity, members of the Jewish community have already begun the observance Thoro will b« no Issuo of “Tho Olobo to-morrow (Christmas Day), but eno edition will bo published on ttoxlng Day.
24 December 1913 - Globe - London, London, England