STORY OF YORKSHIRE TERRIER TO-DAY’S ACTION FOR LIBEL. The finding of a Yorkshire terrier St. Martin’s-lane on December 18, 1908, by lady who took it home in a cab, led an action before Mr. Justice Coleridge and “Margaret King’s Bench Division to-day. Mrs. Margarti Champion Braddo
HUMPHREYS’ Iron Buildings, Spooialists in the erection of Grand Stands, Aviation Sheds »ud '» “L every deficrintiop.—Humphreys, Ltd., Kmgfttsbn MUSCAT GRAPES from the Growers.-Large berriee, well coloured, delicious davour per and package free. —Bell Sheldon, OLD Marble and Wood
The Life and Letters James Yuh,it„ by Heckles Willson (Heinemanii. 1-s. net). There have been many lives Wolfe ; there had not been, until this book was imbb-n,,,!, any complete Life and Letters. The omission is the more surprising, since Wolfe is one our national heroes; but in
Under tlie auspices of the Ist Leyland Company of the Boys’ Brigade enjoyable concert and lantern display was given in the Wesleyan School, Leyland. Saturday evening. Songs, duets, recitations, and musical sketches were ably contributed the brigade boys. During a brief interval.
16 October 1909 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England