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ARMIES IN FLIGHT. Abandoned. CROWN PRINCE IN A CORNER.

ARMIES IN FLIGHT. Abandoned. CROWN PRINCE IN A CORNER.

French Re-occupy Amiens. BERLIN DEMANDS tHE TRUTH. German Cruiser Sunk by British JWwnarise.
16 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BACK TO AMIENS.

BACK TO AMIENS.

Left Whig Again Conlaot With the Germane. Information to the effect that the left wing the Allied Armies in France have everywhere regained contact with the oncmy.is contained in official communique issued I yesterday in Paris. Our it says have re-entered Amiens, which has been
16 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WOUNDED.

WOUNDED.

But to Ret back to the private’s story; ne« me in the trenches," said. » named Southall, belonging the Sussex Regiment* A terrific fire suddenly broke out, ] twelve shells coming in 12 seconds. These had not quite the range but this was obuined. SouthaU was hit through the muscl
16 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
B careful of conduct, of money, of time.

B careful of conduct, of money, of time.

cheerful, B grateful, B hopeful, B firm, B peaceful, benevolent, willing to learn, B courageous, B gentle, liberal, B just; aspiring, B humble, because thou art dust; penitent, circumspect, sound ia the faith, B active, devoted, B faithful till death; B honest, holy, transparent
19 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
' SAtpeRPAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1914.

' SAtpeRPAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1914.

19 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 

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- i .... . _ —.A— . THE TURN OF THE TIDE. German Armies’ Perilous Position. - »w'.r iCi'Su-f**’ - ' V*. ' •».- .98i»EW»Ol--*;. A* —.l •«> by -f • • •• / 5. -Aoi_ .IjIRA - ~ ■ ' V.. . ENEMY THRICE REPOISEO. Hugh Russian Armies inft)ie Move i, ■' - V , v -1% MISER WILLING I« SMI I
19 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LEYLAND.

LEYLAND.

ATOPICAL ADDRESS.-" The War: Its Curse and Its Cure,’' was the subject instructive address given in the Leyiandlane Primitive Methodist School on Wednesday evening the Kev. W, Barker, of Preston. CRICKET.— Leyland 11. meet Fulwood today (Saturday) at Leyland the Palace Shield co
19 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WALTON-LE-DALE.

WALTON-LE-DALE.

PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM. —At a meeting the Committee of the VValton-le-Dale .Oonseruativc Club; held *on Thursday, the-17th in«., it was trodhithdusly decided to place at the disposal * the War Office Authorities the Assembly Room of the Club for the purpose of accommodating the co
19 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
DOING KI6 DUTY NOBLY AND

DOING KI6 DUTY NOBLY AND

WELL. An Appeal to Patriotism. Major Stanley, M.P. at Fulwood Barracks, anxiously awaiting the call to the front with his regiment. His rousing speech the other evening at Lythara sounus the true British war note. , . , • , M»jur they within the k»t few days received stirring fr
19 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
DUNBAR S PLACE IN HISTORY.

DUNBAR S PLACE IN HISTORY.

19 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England