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SICKNESS BENEFITS.

SICKNESS BENEFITS.

23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
X. 303 IN ARREARS.

X. 303 IN ARREARS.

ARREARS. SINGtJLAE CASE PRESTON. tho Preston Borough yesterday, before Mr. and Alderman Ormrod. John William ClarkmMi {491 appeared wairjnt charged with being £305 arrears under matu teruuico order granted his wife Annie in l9Ci' Mr. niacHninst. who conducted the prosecution, sai
23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ADDISON. « - . , UTEMTIHIE IN QUEEN ANNE'S REIGN. THE PRESS, NOW AND THEN. Lecture by Mr. R. Ashe

ADDISON. « - . , UTEMTIHIE IN QUEEN ANNE'S REIGN. THE PRESS, NOW AND THEN. Lecture by Mr. R. Ashe

King, MX The fifth of series of six lectures on “Tho Literature the Age of Queen Anne” was delivered in the Harris Free Library, Preston, Thursday night, Mr. Richard Ashe King, M.A. He treated specifically of Addison, whom he described the outset the most moderate, opportune, an
23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LENTEN SERVICE AT THE PARISH CHURCH. SERMON BY THE REV. A. A. L. OEDGB.

LENTEN SERVICE AT THE PARISH CHURCH. SERMON BY THE REV. A. A. L. OEDGB.

LENTEN SERVICE AT THE PARISH CHURCH. SERMON THE REV. A. A. L. Tlie Rov. A. A. Godate, the forces iu'uiMxl tho Pul-wood Barracks, occupied fhj pulpit the Par;s)i C-huroh yesterday, tlx* short noon services, which weekly feature during the lenten sorson, wore co.Himied. Speakio« fr
23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WALTO?i-LE-3ALE

WALTO?i-LE-3ALE

Carnival. The carnival connection with the Waltonl. l»uJo West cyan Church was continued >i;u relay, when Miss Blanchflowcr performed op.*nin/? ceremony. Miss A. Ley presiding. e.\ of the girl members rendered symphony, song was also rendered Miss 31. Mit.l KooiLations were conl
23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
nurses attend outside mafornilj cases- The akme difficulty cropped up every two three years, and caused much unpleasanineaa. woe important

nurses attend outside mafornilj cases- The akme difficulty cropped up every two three years, and caused much unpleasanineaa. woe important

to-day that every nureo should cqurppcHl with her mid-wdory ccififtcato, and the scheme proposed had been outlined the medical officer for tlio purpose onablins every lioner nurse to obtain her cerkiAaats. The moan the mihute was very vague. The OJoric said they could not obtain
23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CHOOSE Wood-Milnes

CHOOSE Wood-Milnes

because ‘Wood-Milnes’ offer you the best longest service. They s»ve bool leaihcr, and save your nerves; they war evenly, do not split or break, not skid or come off, and you can buy them in Black, Brown, or Grey Rubber. Be sure they are 'Wood- Joes, and let your bootm»k«r fca th
23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TO AVOID COLDS.

TO AVOID COLDS.

Discussing the best methods to avoid taking cold, the “Family Doctor” gives tbe following rules: Woollen underclothing, proper shoes, morning cold spongo bath and friction, light nutritious diet, regular meals, some exercise, and well-ventilated rooms. It is pointed out that sho
23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CONCERNING BOUQUE IS.

CONCERNING BOUQUE IS.

** Posy’* bouquets—closely resembling those carried by our grandmothers, and much in evidenco first court —have- enjoyed but brief revival. Composed of variety of small flowers, closely packed, the “posy” lias proved weighty, and somewhat unwieldy, and certainly in way approache
23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
“JIMMY” GLOVER.

“JIMMY” GLOVER.

It not everybody that “Jimmy' Glover, the famous conductor Drury Dane also a composer and author —who brings hie band the Preston Hippodrome neat week has associations with this town dating back for many years. Mr. Glover has informed his former visits Preston. hid first visit i
23 March 1912 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England