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NOTES ON NEWS.

NOTES ON NEWS.

The women suffragists are still pursuing theii •enemy Mr. Asquith, in his own constituency, and it is stated that as result of their visit deputation of women householders in Ladybank will ask for interview with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on his return to East Fife. Miss Ch
29 September 1906 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
THE KING AND RACING,

THE KING AND RACING,

The Rev. Dr. Townshend, addressing a meeting of the Chester and Crewe Federation of Free Churches at Chester, alluded to the gambling curse, which be said was eating its way like cancer throughout the country. If they went up the Thames any Sunday, and investigated what was goin
29 September 1906 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
■XABT LITTLE SCHOOL PROCft OF BLUB MILITARY BRAID.

■XABT LITTLE SCHOOL PROCft OF BLUB MILITARY BRAID.

■XABT LITTLE SCHOOL PROCft BLUB MILITARY BRAID. above the waist, between the open fronts ol the bolero, appear smart little waistcoat of the blue serge adorned with small black buttons. The bodice is finished with a tiny chemisette and turn over collar of white lawn and a jaunty
29 September 1906 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
and OXOV,

and OXOV,

28 September 1906 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
PATENT AGENTS (Chartored). 6, Bank Street. O'BKIK*. W.P.ThomDsoa Co. Manchester

PATENT AGENTS (Chartored). 6, Bank Street. O'BKIK*. W.P.ThomDsoa Co. Manchester

08 September 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
MAKEU OF WHEAT BREAD AND HOVIS BUBAD

MAKEU OF WHEAT BREAD AND HOVIS BUBAD

T. Cook son, and Hetail BREAD BAKIiU AND FAMILY GBOCEX. 29, AVtKHAM LAN K, and 19&. LANCAfiTBE PBBSTON. , FRESH ARRIVAL OP SPRUCE DEALS. JCARTMELL and SONS have due • arrive about the end of August the OLSEN (8.) with cargo of BRIGHT BPBUCB DEALS and SCANTLINGS from hicLibucto.
08 September 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
OF INTEREST TO PRESTON.

OF INTEREST TO PRESTON.

Nows about a Preston woman is naturally • of peculiar inKucst al! of us who are oeaghl«urs. Ordinary about a neighbour goes on© oar and out at the o<lw, but new© of sudi imijorlance, as tJirs is many ©f us, is something to b© road and remembered. , Mrs. A, Bateman, J 3, Ingiiani
08 September 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Working After Hours

Working After Hours

Blackpool bakery has come under the a’.xjjof the Factory and Workshops Act. Mary Jane Ward, South Shore confeet;oncr. was summoned in two instances on Monday for breaches Factory arid Workshops Act for employing four women »n the bakehouse 8 25 night, when work slxaild have ceas
08 September 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Pioneers of St. Annes

Pioneers of St. Annes

The funeral at Blackburn Saturday the Mr. William Barrowcloujrh aged 77, formerly head of the firm of Barrowolough and Sons, of Greens Mill and Trough gate Mill, Bacup. recalls tho fact that Ids brother, Mr. Thomas Barrowolough, wiio resides in Bacup. was one of the first five t
08 September 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Garatang Petty Sessions

Garatang Petty Sessions

Thursday.—Before Messrs. W. Fiteherbort-Brockboies, and A. E. Healey. An for occasioiml licence on Thursday next, on the occasion the Great Eocleston show, J. .1. Melling, Mason’s Arms, Preston, was granted. P.O. Townson, deposed to finding Kd. Jenkinson. Pilling, riding bicycle
08 September 1906 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England