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MR. HAROLD COX AND PRESTON LIBERALS.

MR. HAROLD COX AND PRESTON LIBERALS.

Mr. Hai- - old Cox, in an interview on Monday with regard to his differences with the Preston Liberala, said he had only carried out the nromises made before his election, when he had won the seat largely with Conservative v-otes. He considered it 11;.s "clear duty to fight" at
10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
PERMANENT SCARS.

PERMANENT SCARS.

Dr. Francis Joseph Batton, medical practitioner, 1, Kensington-road, Morecambe, spoke to the night of Monday, August 30th, id to the visit of .Prof. and Madame Taylor. He examined Mrs. Taylor first. The left side of the face was acutely inflamed. On the left cheek, from a short
10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
THE BLUES.

THE BLUES.

- American physicians are prescribing the "blue room" cure for bad temper. According.to a leading phrsician, a blue room tames the Most exacting shrew. WRECKED BY A WINDMILL. Forty feet long and weighing half a ton, one of the sweeps of a windmill at Rochester broke off an Satur
10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
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10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
THEFT BY A DOMESTIC.

THEFT BY A DOMESTIC.

Madge Nolan, alias Madge de Vere, was charged with stealing :el at Morecambe, on August 25th. Emma Cross stated that she lived at the Dog and Partridge Hotel, Bare, where prisoner had . been employed as a domestic servant. During the early part of August they both occupied the s
10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
QUITE AN OVERSIGHT.

QUITE AN OVERSIGHT.

Mary Ann MacCarthy was summoned for keeping a clog without a licence at Silverdale. Defendant's neice appeared end stated that the matter was quite an oversight. P.C. Halford gave evidence and the usual fine of 15s. and costs was. imposed.
10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
EQUAL CLAIMS.

EQUAL CLAIMS.

James Williams, brick-layer's labourer, be- I longing to Morecambe, also pleaded guilty to begging at Morecambe on September tith. —P.C. White told the Court that he saw. him at 4-45 on Sunday afternoon stop tro gentlemen, and suspecting that he had been begging took him back to
10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
REPORTED FINDING OF WRECKAGE OF RITE WARATAH.

REPORTED FINDING OF WRECKAGE OF RITE WARATAH.

Reuter's Durban Correspondent telegraphs: —"lt is reported that a piece of timber hasbeen washed up at ITmkomaa painted with the name "S.S. Waratah." It is believed to be a hoax.
10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
AMUSEMENTS The Hippodrome

AMUSEMENTS The Hippodrome

The pictures at the Hippodrome this weA have been well patronised, and deservedly so., They have been a particularly good lot. "The Pretty Dairymaid," is a charming study, "Rosina's Romance" .resents features that thrill the blood; as also does the "Pirate's Revenge," while he p
10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
MR. JOE HODGSON, Comedian. Male Soprano, Child Mimic, and Entertainer.

MR. JOE HODGSON, Comedian. Male Soprano, Child Mimic, and Entertainer.

10 September 1909 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England