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SAIaE OF COKE.

SAIaE OF COKE.

SAIaE COKE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ok> following 0 , %«-a) oM roprn- 135. W . weight and exceedecoUHl delivered by tog two « »ucli owe snail <ieu ' . •_ purchaser or bo «nt Othre “ck« -rly «rain« -o tom in mo.lo in complying with o>o m thin ii^‘o rSor°E delivery of* quantity .--t
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE DISPENSARY.

THE DISPENSARY.

Mr. John Holden, M.R.C.S,, L,S.A., has; been appointed senior house surgeon, vice Dr. L. Fisher, M.D., M.R.C.S., L.S.A., resigned. Mr. John Gornall, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., has been appointed junior house surgeon, vice Me. J. Matthew, M.R.G.S*, deceased.
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CAME.

CAME.

°The d|“?r“TeS^ dU B SoSd W & .barton BgSre oJly ««eded amon? towns bTst. Helins, Wolverhampton and Sheffield Scarlet .fever was a Iciracy left over from the previous year, and cominued present throughout the year and inall parts of the town. As many 70S notifications were recei
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
STUBBORN'FIGHTING ALONG ALL

STUBBORN'FIGHTING ALONG ALL

FRONT. French Occupy Peronne. The battle of the Aisne continues much the same from day to day. The heavy German artillery—probably the siege guns intended for Paris—arc terrible weapons face but the Allies undauntedly keep pushing the enemy back, and though the battle may one fo
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTOH ‘

PRESTOH ‘

PRESTOH TRAIKIH6. experiences in camp. h.r. Cyril Cartmell Gives a Graphic Account The following interesling account of the doings of the Preston Pats has bees received from Mr. Cyril Cartmell. the founder of the company, who is in encampment with them Salisbury Plain;— Company,
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CYRIL CAUTMELL.

CYRIL CAUTMELL.

ANOTHER •'PAL’S" SATISFACTION, faring:. Some of them may be true, but lli® majority of them are lies, which I know. Another of the “Pals Private W. Lam- letters that have been received here, bourne—writing from the Jellalabad Bar- have caused much anxiety. Certainly, we racks, T
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
adventures on the continent

adventures on the continent

Interview with Our Representative. Au adventurous journey across the Continent from Aussia tnifiand were included iu the remarkable exyencnccs of Mr. K. H. Douglas, brother of tnc Kritish Vice-Consul Kieff. related by Mr. Douglas, who is staying at the Crown Hotel, Hreston, to a
26 September 1914 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
A LINK WITH BYRON.

A LINK WITH BYRON.

LADY DORCHESTER'S BEQUEST TO THE KING. Charlotte Lady Dorchester, of 42, Berkeley-square, whose father, the first and only Lord Broughton, left her remarkable collection of papers and relics of Byron, died on June 11 last, leaving £23,223. She gave to the King the portrait of By
23 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BY A CORRESPONDENT.

BY A CORRESPONDENT.

Of all the attempts made Germany use the United States a pawn in her game none was so nearly successful, and ultimately so great a discomfiture, the ; machinations which some of her ship-; owners sought temporarily to transfer her fleet merchantmen that country. To understand ho
23 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BY GRITICUS.

BY GRITICUS.

When any nation is at war there is bound to be some difference of opinion amongst its population, if only because some people are always agin the Government,” or are inherently crossgrained or perverse. In the Napoleonic wars Pitt had critics in plenty, in 1813 Stein, Scharnhors
23 September 1914 - Globe - London, London, England