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AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

'Heston royal hippodrome. TWICE NIGHTLY, and 8*55. , PRICES USUAL. _ « VESTA Tll'iji. . wifi TiTiY CkMiooctione. ARxilUK> \KTON My“io GAZEITE —PALACE - THEATRE, PRESTON. Proprietor*: WILLIAM HENRY BROADHEAD nod SON. AY Sept. 28th W CO, Popnlnr MONDAY, Sept. . Plßys, including th
30 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TRADE AHHOUNCEMENTB,

TRADE AHHOUNCEMENTB,

WE HAVE A BARGAIN TO OFFER YOU the Sifting, (not Dost, hot small Icn.es) of excellent Tea .1 pound. » > good, puvo Tea., at 1/5 a pound. They taken from Tea much higher price., and •will give you tho greatest satisfaction use. E. H. BOOTH A CO., LTD.,- ♦ & 5. FISHERGATE (opposit
30 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FARMS TO BE LET OR SOLO.

FARMS TO BE LET OR SOLO.

Butlers arms farm, kirkland, near GARSTANG. This Desirable DAIRY and STOCK FARM, containing 71 acres, to be Lee from February and May Tho tenant. Mr.. Henry Clark, will show the Farm.—Otters received Wm. IVrcnimll, Land Agent, Harrington-street, Liverpool, FARRINGTON'S CHARITY.-
30 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LETTERS FROM THE FRONT.

LETTERS FROM THE FRONT.

We ehell pleated receive for publlcatlon any letter* received locally from our soldier* and sailor* at lh* front, or message* containing Item* of Interest from Territorial* wllli the colour*. Wo invite our readers’ co-operation In this attempt supply them with matter vhleh Is, a
30 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
STOCKS AND MONEY.

STOCKS AND MONEY.

Consols are steady at 68|-68g. Home Rails are dull, and Canadian Rails are still under the Influence of yesterday’s poor August earnings. Specialities among Industrials remain in favour. Rubbers and Oils rule firmer. There are some big movements of capital in the Money Market to
30 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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IN THE BALKANS.

IN THE BALKANS.

30 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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30 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BEFORE THE DAYS OF WATERLOO. The Globe/* then as now, was London*s reliable evening paper. Read the latest news of

BEFORE THE DAYS OF WATERLOO. The Globe/* then as now, was London*s reliable evening paper. Read the latest news of

the great European war in the same evening paper as that in which yoar ancestors read the news of the Napoleonic wars.
30 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Combine PATRIOTISM with ECONOMY by drinking BURROW’S RrATIII MALVERN WATER. supplied to H.M. Kins Geoeoe V. This all-British table water

Combine PATRIOTISM with ECONOMY by drinking BURROW’S RrATIII MALVERN WATER. supplied to H.M. Kins Geoeoe V. This all-British table water

is superior to German or Austrian Waters, besides being more economical in price. Burrow's Alpha " Brand Malvern Water an absolutely pure natural English Water, free from lime and other strong chemical elements so common in foreign water. It offers a wonderful protection against
30 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NEW LORD MAYOR OF LONDON.

NEW LORD MAYOR OF LONDON.

Sir Charles Johnston, who is the head of a large shipping firm, was yesterday elected Lord Mayor of London. Sir Charles, like Sir Thomas Bowater, the retiring Lord Mayor, is a Lancastrian. He will take up his duties 011 Sth November. There is feeling in the City that it would be
30 September 1914 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland