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HOME MNTS.

HOME MNTS.

Rave sour milk in any quantity, large or small. for it is so useful for cakes. With sour milk use carbonate of soda instead of baking powder. A little rouge powder mii.:ed with a felts drops of water: will remove stains of tarnielh from silver or plated articles, but should only
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
AC( ails:WON \NIER A CLUB.

AC( ails:WON \NIER A CLUB.

ails:WON \NIER A CLUB. The new of the above club was opened en Wednesday by a demonstration on akobrometbn deottul evening, carbon parxress—by two of their members. J. Romani aml A. Harper. IMr. R. Ranmn presided. The demonctrators proved to the large number of members present th
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Entertainment for the Colliery Fund.

Entertainment for the Colliery Fund.

On Sa:urday a interesting and tint riainment was held in Haslingdein Gospel Mission, George-street. presided over by Mr. IL Bond. Mr. John tenor. sang much acceptance, " Heroes of tin Mine,' and song that reached my hearts" Ur. Jesse Bond tang, hey were singing Ilmno Sweet Home"
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Accrington Trades Council.

Accrington Trades Council.

MINERS' COM 11 NT.
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
ECHO OF GORTON 3/UnDER BX-SQLDIER TO BE RELEABF,B.

ECHO OF GORTON 3/UnDER BX-SQLDIER TO BE RELEABF,B.

ti t5......t,.... 1 Mr: Wineton the Home Bterttary. !ha. a communication to be forwarded To Meters. Boddingtcn, Jordan, and howden. tors. Manchester. intimating that Henry Tim!las !Gland, who was convicted of wife murder at the I Manchester Winter a 0 zoo in the year 1900. ll ,
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
.LITIES WANMD.

.LITIES WANMD.

inlnitation of one hundred in .tcorington, (lurch. Onwaldtwistle, and Ca ton-le-Moors. accommodation that wan givim to that vai,t - population was just exatetly lhe YU MO accommoda. Oon as that given to the twtfity odd thousand in the Haslingden to•ighbourhood. The only tittisic
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS.

FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS.

AUTOBIOGRAPHY or A GUINEA-PIG. I am a little white guinea-pig, with a broad band of brown round my waist and two little brown spots on my face. I an. ealled "Little Man," and I am very tame. The first thing I remember is a large coop wired all round, where I lived with my mother
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Immanuel Church, Oswahlhvistle. BIG COLLECTION FOR PRETORIA PIT SUFFERERS.

Immanuel Church, Oswahlhvistle. BIG COLLECTION FOR PRETORIA PIT SUFFERERS.

On Sunday aftornoon a service vras at Immanuel rhumb, thocaldtwistie in mentor) . of the victims of the Pretoria Pit. ditaster. The vicar (Rey. F. G. Harris) had invited the of the Ostraldtwistlo Urban District Council to at tend ale oeinice, and accepted the invitation. Unfortu
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Stirring up Bad Feeling.

Stirring up Bad Feeling.

Although the Government claim to be particularly actuated by the desire to live upon terms of and amity with our Contirion4ll neighbours, their mferences to other nations have often been voiced in an untorturiatte tone. No one oan !wetend that (Jo campaign of mismpresentation wh
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England
 
Accrington and District Grocers. ANNUAL TEA AND SOCIAL THE IMPORTANCE OF COMBINATION.

Accrington and District Grocers. ANNUAL TEA AND SOCIAL THE IMPORTANCE OF COMBINATION.

The annual high tea. social. and dance in con- I nection with the Accringien anti District Grocers' I Aseociigion took place on Wednesday evening in the Liberal Club Assembly Room, there being a very satisfactory a7(icndance. Mr. J. Rushton, .preselord, occupied the chair, and a
14 January 1911 - Haslingden Gazette - Haslingden, Lancashire, England