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GOOD old-fashioned ways may. interesting. It requires • tremendous effort mow some people out the • but up-to-date PRINTING is

GOOD old-fashioned ways may. interesting. It requires • tremendous effort mow some people out the • but up-to-date PRINTING is

found to be easity foi success. You will find it place orders witH those who will make a point of displaying your special announceraeuls to the veij advantage, and prices the same as usually paid faf inferior work. “HERALD” • 3^<B. 16-18, AVEKHAM ISSET, PRESTON. ’Phons 252. PRIC
23 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ALOYSIA MEREDITH. I ANECDOTES OF ANCIENT PRESTON.

ALOYSIA MEREDITH. I ANECDOTES OF ANCIENT PRESTON.

The following reminiscences were penned in the year 1881 by the late Mr. James Myers, and recount incidents of the writer’s father .it *>j numerous other notabilities of that period. They are consequently of considerable interest to townspeople the present timej— .« dr. CHEETHAM
23 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
gALES BY Auction.

gALES BY Auction.

TO CLOSE TRUST. desirable hall-lane, To Sold by Auction, Messrs. ,raRE/. jon «.d soN *t thoir SALEROOMS N<» 131. CHUKLM. STREET PRESTON, WEDNESDAY, day Nu.cmbor. 1915. »t 7M p.m., CORNER SHOP, with Dwelling numbered in Now HnU-Un. SHOP, Dwelling Convenience, numbered IDS New HoU
23 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Street Dangore.

Street Dangore.

It afforded some satisfaction that a more searching enquiry than usual »as made when the circumstance* last Saturday’s motor fatality in Church-street were gone into. That the jury were fully justified in their Qualification contained in their verdict accidental death cannot be
23 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CARBTANG.

CARBTANG.

RECRUITING.—SeveraI recruits have been obtained during the week. A recruiting band from Morccambc attended at Garstang on Thursday for this purpc. J. BELGIAN SOLDIERS’ FUND.— Weekly pound day at the Old Golden Ball, Garstaag, Thursday, October aist: Groceries received, sSilbs.;
23 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
IMPORTUNING,

IMPORTUNING,

Eva Kenyon (iq) was charged with importuning foot passengers in Church-street. The case was adjourned until to-day to see what could be done for defendant in the meantime.
23 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
S PREPAID advertisements.

S PREPAID advertisements.

SITUATIONS WANTJU, SITUATIONS VACANT. BF. I.FT, ?B?in,ES foh sai,k private arrangement. ouK« tS»t OR sold. Inserted »l ih® One week Four weeks .* insertions). (8 insertions.) * 9. d. «• ;• g** *- z" §l* 5S ■’ „ 1,0 • « 16 «e v .. «3 » LOSTS AND FOUNDS -1». for two (about .« word
23 October 1915 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
IMPORTANT CABINET COUNCIL AT

IMPORTANT CABINET COUNCIL AT

THE ELYSEE. Paris, Saturday. M. Hutin states in the Figaro that the Cabinet Council the Elysee to-day will be excessively important from every point of view.—Reuter. MORE ALLIES IN SERBIA. Athens, Friday. French troops continue to leave Salonika for the Serbian front.—Reuter. Ro
23 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE.

RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE.

Mr. Charles Palmer (Editor of The Globe) seconded, and said that in theory there were objections to reprisals. If this were honest warfare we could take a beating, but it was not fair fighting to on non-combatants. Some pressure bad got to be brought upon the Government, and unl
23 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NO ARBITRARY OR UNJUST

NO ARBITRARY OR UNJUST

FEATURES. Paris, Saturday. The,, Figaro gives the following details regarding the Censorship Bill: After long and intereating discussion, says the journal, the Committee of the Chamber decided that to prevent all misunderstandings it was advisable to state dearly in the text of
23 October 1915 - Globe - London, London, England