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THE MOST DEUCIOt-'S AND WUOUISOME SAUCE IN THE WORLD.

THE MOST DEUCIOt-'S AND WUOUISOME SAUCE IN THE WORLD.

may be obtained from all grocers. ; SIXPENCE PER BOTTLE. MANUFACTURED THE " KING'S OWN SAUCE CO.. ULVERSTO.N.
12 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Education in Preston. The Students at The Grammar School, The Park School, The Convent School, and The Catholic College, can

Education in Preston. The Students at The Grammar School, The Park School, The Convent School, and The Catholic College, can

obtain all materials for the Drawing and Science Classes, at MARSDEN’S, Church Street.
12 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
UNIONGASTLE LINE South-East Arrice ROYAL MAIL ROUTE. THE CAPE. NATAL, TRANSVAAL, RHODESIA, EAST AFRICAN POUTS, MAURITIUS, Ac. For Sailing, oml

UNIONGASTLE LINE South-East Arrice ROYAL MAIL ROUTE. THE CAPE. NATAL, TRANSVAAL, RHODESIA, EAST AFRICAN POUTS, MAURITIUS, Ac. For Sailing, oml

ollii'r intormniiun opi'lv to llio UooJ Office; 3, Fcnfliorcli-wecl, Lon,lon, LA-. Or to Local Agon,-,.
12 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ELECTRIC DRIVING

ELECTRIC DRIVING

Increase the Output your Works, hice your Cost, and Increase your Profits Particulars and Expert Advice Given Free. MOTORS SUPPLIED ON HIRE-PURCHASE. APPLY— The National Electric Supply Co., Ltd. Fishergate, Preston. KEMP'S MERCANTILE OFFICE ESTABLISHED 18W. JAS ATKINSON’. ♦1 CA
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
AS SOLDIER AND MASON,

AS SOLDIER AND MASON,

There are two outside interests o! Mr. AndersOn’s which I have entirely failed to mention, but to which fed some slight reference is imperative. The first is to his connection with the Freemasons, now not so active, but none the less sincere, than in his younger days. In his day
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
IMPORTANT STOCK SALE.

IMPORTANT STOCK SALE.

On Thursday last, at the Helm Farm, Barton, near Preston. Messrs. G. Hothcrsall and Sons conducted, on behalf of Mr. Geo. Hardman, who is retiring from farming, the sale of his farm ’stock, horses, pure bred Wensleydale sheep, implements, cheesing utensils, etc. The cattle were
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FRECKLETON. FRECKLETON MILL -On Thursday evening Messrs. John Bxbby and Sons, Baldcratone Mill, Freckleton. dosed down for indefinite period. Work

FRECKLETON. FRECKLETON MILL -On Thursday evening Messrs. John Bxbby and Sons, Baldcratone Mill, Freckleton. dosed down for indefinite period. Work

was only regained last Monday. DEATH OF MRS. DIXON.—The death took place on Saturday Mrs. Dixon Ashley House. Warton Deceased had suffered from only brief illness, <> news of her demise was quite 11 shock to the district, where she wassowellknovn. She was the widow of the late W
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
| KIRKHAM AND DISTRICT. & f & HARVEST FESTIVAL. report of the Wesbam Primitive Methodist harvest festival, which took place

| KIRKHAM AND DISTRICT. & f & HARVEST FESTIVAL. report of the Wesbam Primitive Methodist harvest festival, which took place

last week, was unavoidably held over. The collections, which were in aid Trust Funds, realised Xj*3* CHEESE RENNET. CATTLE DRENCHES. CONDITION POWDERS FOR HORSES, all of the be«t WARD’S DRUG AND WINE STORES, KIRKHABJ. EMPLOYMENT.—With tbe exception of three small firms in Bankfi
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
m. Where

m. Where

GETTING down to business. PRESTON RELIEF COMMITTEE 018- CUBS THE CONSIDERATIONS. Insurance SicK Pay Hot to be Reckoned. _.tKi:<>ation the names of any Preston branch the Relief Fund gave irse to « nd general sitting i‘S Central Committee in the Town Canon Cosgrave ex-6>U 5“ . co
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
NOTE THE ABOVE ADDRESSES.

NOTE THE ABOVE ADDRESSES.

ENGLISHMANS DARING > ESCAPE. IR. CHURCHILL’S STRAIGHT TALK.
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England