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THE CRITICISM.

THE CRITICISM.

Let m© examine this. Necessary”—to what? Lord Kitchener clearly thinks that drink is not necessary to strength and efficiency. He says it is hirdrance to the training of soldiers and to the production of munitions. The same view is held by the authorities responsible £pr restric
31 March 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
EVERY WOMAN

EVERY WOMAN

Should sand two stamps for our 32-pa£o Illustrated Book, containing Valuable Information now all Irretrul&ritioa and Suppressions may bo entirely avoided or removed simple moans. Recommended eminent Physicians, the only Safe. Sure, and Genuine Remedy. Never Fails. Thousands Tost
31 March 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE URBAN COUNCIL ELECTIONS. RESULT OF MONDAY’S POLLING. Labour Whw a Seat at Klrkham.

THE URBAN COUNCIL ELECTIONS. RESULT OF MONDAY’S POLLING. Labour Whw a Seat at Klrkham.

was polling' day for the Urban Council election*. With Che exception of Kirkham, where all the wards were contested, the competition for seats on the Urban Councils in the Preston area has not been particularly marked, and Longrridffe, Copland, and all the retiring: members were
31 March 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
• « 9fi* WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1915.

• « 9fi* WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1915.

31 March 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SIMPSONS

SIMPSONS

offering a choice selection OF THE BEST GOODS LOW PRIOB3. MARKET PLACE, BLACKBURN
20 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CANVASSING COMMITTEES.

CANVASSING COMMITTEES.

This suggests methods of organisation which lecal committees might adopt. “" sub-committees are to be appointed, and also sub-committees to assist the canvassers in getting the men attested, and particularly to collect the men who have signified their readiness to join on certai
20 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FARMERS’ RED CROSS FUND. -SPLENDID RESPONSE AT COOB-

FARMERS’ RED CROSS FUND. -SPLENDID RESPONSE AT COOB-

MARCH. FhM Example to Other Districts. A meeting v,as I'* the Bughell's Arina, Goosnargh, Monday night, m conncclian with the British Farmers* Red Cross Fund, and was attended by Mr. W. F. the organising secretary for Lancashire. Tho following is the detailed result gifts and pr
20 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE HIPPODROME.

THE HIPPODROME.

Full houses on Monday signified the public appreciation of the splendid programme provided for the Hippodrome patrons Messrs. Broadhend. The main item of the week's bin is a new nautical revue, “Heave-Ho!" which, bei staged for the first time, is treated length in another column
20 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
HODOSON • SIMPSON LIMITED. LIVERPOOL, LONDON a WAI COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS.

HODOSON • SIMPSON LIMITED. LIVERPOOL, LONDON a WAI COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS.

SIMPSON LIMITED. LIVERPOOL, LONDON WAI COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. QUARTERLY MEETING AT PRESTON. Pinner Schools and Soldiers’ Orphans. A quarterly meeting the North-West | Federation the United Kingdom dal Travellers' Association was held in the Town Hall. Preston, Saturday. The chair
20 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
; PRESTON HERALD. OCTOBER 20.1916 NOTES. MOTOR NOTES. MUDDLE OVER THE TARIFF. ness dun’t seem to hold. Thus motor importer

; PRESTON HERALD. OCTOBER 20.1916 NOTES. MOTOR NOTES. MUDDLE OVER THE TARIFF. ness dun’t seem to hold. Thus motor importer

who happened to have lew cars in stock when the duly went on took :.d--vamtaßC of the fact to raise the P r, , , , ° , ' l< level at which fresh importaticms could is looked -upon as '‘mot playung the game. Thoußh’ why he sltould bound by wide oommcrcial morality which docs not
20 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England