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49, LUXE STREET. PRESTON.

49, LUXE STREET. PRESTON.

Estimates Given on Application. , Attendance Day and Night. Telephone 919 (2 lines). Telegrams: “Harding’s. Preston.”
20 January 1917 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PATRIOTIC

PATRIOTIC

By A. LANCASTER SMITH.
20 January 1917 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
GARSTANC AND DISTRICT.

GARSTANC AND DISTRICT.

KIRKHAM AND DISTRICT. LONCRIDCE AND DISTRICT. WESHA.M PRIMITIVE METHO- FOOD PLOTS.—There wore appii- DlSTS.—Special services were helo at canons to the Longridtfc Urban District the Primitive Methodist Church on Sun- Council ior food plots, and at a mectinK last, when the preach
20 January 1917 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ARMY CONSPIRACY CASE. JUDGE AFRAID THIS CLASS OP OFFENCE IS VERY RIFE. I During the hearing of a case the

ARMY CONSPIRACY CASE. JUDGE AFRAID THIS CLASS OP OFFENCE IS VERY RIFE. I During the hearing of a case the

Old I Bailey to-day emphasis was laid the I fact that the rations for soldiers traiax- ing are ample. I The case Was one in which Ernest I George Saunders, 46, canteen manager ; Arthur Thomas Howe, 31, cook, sergeant; I and Harold Wm. Pearson, 32, regimental quartermaster-sergea
20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
9 ACRES. 450 FT. ABOVE SEA.

9 ACRES. 450 FT. ABOVE SEA.

EPSOM (near Charming COUNTRY HOUSE, in acres, to be (furnished or Unfurnished) or SOLD. 1, comprises bed and dressing-rooms. 3 cedent receptionrooms. Bathroom, servants’ hall; stabling, garage, and men’s rooms; petrol ga;; very pretty, weil-wooded grounds, lawns, kitchen garden,
20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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WANTED TO PURCHASE.

WANTED TO PURCHASE.

OLD ARTIFICIAL TEETH BOUGHT. Cub return offer made —Messrs. BrownlnV Dental Manufacturers. S 3, Oxford-st Est lOOye.rf STAMP COLLECTING. CIOLONIAL STAMPS.—A fino collection issues in superb condition FOR SALK intact would separate £ to Catalogue price; approval —B., 31. filler F
20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
*To CURE—is the Voice of the Past. To PREVENT— is the Divine Whisper of the Present. * INDOOR WORKERS starve

*To CURE—is the Voice of the Past. To PREVENT— is the Divine Whisper of the Present. * INDOOR WORKERS starve

atr&ia, and lack of exercise make you feel languid —tired-* “blue” little END’S 'FRUIT SALT’ in a waf-Ai* will j » a in glass celd water will clear your bead and tone your nerves. At world-{amoos natural « for conatlnatio* •*“ * * « •i LITTLE at the FIGHT TIME it better than Muc
20 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
KAISER STORIES.

KAISER STORIES.

lb. Edward Legge m gratefully remea*. IM)Md many Englishmen as the chant* man of the memory King Edward VH, The memoir contributed to The Dictionary of National Biography” by Sir Sidney Lee. conveyed what many good regarded as a distorted impression the great Peacemaker; and in
19 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EX-OFFICER’S DENIAL.

EX-OFFICER’S DENIAL.

THIRD DAY OF ALLEGED RECRUITING CONSPIRACY. The defence was opened to-day, when for the third time the care in which Lucien Stokvis, 37, Frederick Hunter Donaldson, 29, Everest Martin, 42, and Charles Thompson, 68, are accused of conspiiiug defeat the provisions of the Military
15 January 1917 - Globe - London, London, England