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KITCHEN'S

KITCHEN'S

BEER. WINE AND SPIRIT STORES, who will be pleased to reeene any Christmas Orden from Old and New Friendl, and xned with Prompt Attention. MISSES WILKINSON, A. 15. BLACKBURN ROAD, Acer.gton. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES of Every Drecription. Suitable for Presents. Call and See our Choice
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Early Sunday Schools.

Early Sunday Schools.

By HOLDIN. The old day schools, their and teaching-. hating describes'. I purpose now to glance at some of the teaching in the early Sunday schools. Robert Raikes was the founder of the Sunday schools, which form an important part of the vocular and religions education of the co
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
The Child Messenger Act WHAT IS A SEALED BOTTLE? SOME THOCGHTS ON THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT. " °AMITE " &WM.

The Child Messenger Act WHAT IS A SEALED BOTTLE? SOME THOCGHTS ON THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT. " °AMITE " &WM.

The Child Messenger Act WHAT IS A SEALED BOTTLE? SOME THOCGHTS ON THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT. " " &WM. With the new year will come into operation the Act recently passed preventing children 14 from being sent to a licensed bowie for intoxicating drink. The Act is regarded by •II f
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
WAR LOSSES.

WAR LOSSES.

Office of the losses of the South African campaign show that the among and :lumber 18,798, and the total reduction of milit•ry forces from all causes in 23,471. YOUNG CHILDREN AT WORK. From the Home Committee's report on the subject, it appears that in England and Wales 50,000 c
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
THE PRINCE OF WALES'S SPEECHES.

THE PRINCE OF WALES'S SPEECHES.

The speech of the of Wake at the Guildhall is all the more remarkable when it Is known that he does not, like ninny Royal personages, leave the composition of his epeeches to a member of his staff but prepares them, down to tine emalleet particular, himself. So the - Daily Chron
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Oswaidtwlstle Council. AN IMPORTANT MEETING.

Oswaidtwlstle Council. AN IMPORTANT MEETING.

COUNCILLOR DRIVER'S MOTION. THE At MYSTERIOUS REPORT. THE FINANCIAL PMITION EXPLAINED BY THE CHAIRMAN. "NO CAUSE FOR ALARM." The nionthly meeting of the Oswaldhvistle Council was held on Monday afternoon in the Council Chamber, Councillor W. Sandeman pre. siding. There were pres
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
COUNCIL IN COMMITTEE.

COUNCIL IN COMMITTEE.

Resolved that the nierease in the surveyor and Sanitary Inspector's salary passed at • meeting of the Council in committee on 21st October, 1901. be apportioned as follows: £lOO per annual as Survey-or and £lOO per as Inspector of Nuisances, and that the Local Government Board a
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
" C. 8." and the Boers."

" C. 8." and the Boers."

Speaking at Dunderwline on Tuesday, Sir Bury Campbell-Bannerman said " that his firm belief wan site 13oera would, bo ntent.wiii tomething by which. while they Trere brought wider the British gag and within the British dominion. they would still retain their own identity, their
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
IGNORAWE IN HIGH FLACKS.

IGNORAWE IN HIGH FLACKS.

The newApaper recently printed some . . article. accusing trade uniona of compelling their members avoid being industrious. The union most pointedly selected for attack was the Bricklayers Union, and it was stated that it 'llllB 101 unwritten law with this Union that no of it, m
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Million Pledge Crusade. MEETING AT ACCRINGTON.

Million Pledge Crusade. MEETING AT ACCRINGTON.

Wednesday evening, at the Accrington Town Hall, another meeting in support of the million pledge crusade was held. The meeting was fairly well attended. Councillor J. S. Higham was announced to preside, but was unable to do no. Alddermas. Rawson took his place, and supporting hi
14 December 1901 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England