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Clitheroe Advertiser and Times

Clitheroe Advertiser and Times Lancashire, England

7 Apr 1944

scenes choral items were sung, Mrs. J. Ward taking the solos. Mr. R. Halstead acted as accompanist. Those taking part in the pageant were Mrs. T. W. Wilkinson, Mrs. R. Wilson, Mrs. J. Layneld, Mrs. R. Badger, Mrs. Jack Ward, Mrs. T. Lawrence, Misses L. Laycock

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

17 Jan 1970

to the Opt. at (MR cOnt , ola Y TN work wrs Ise Is IN W.O of wiled In ten. , at ore. Mole, toll 'Watts of to DEPAAI 8.1. C. CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD., TR • GLNLRAL P.O SOX NO. 12. KIRIOBV. LIVERPOOL. L 33. llit 11% t aid intelbdint lady required by well

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Bolton Evening News

Bolton Evening News Lancashire, England

3 Nov 1905

table, base been mapired from Birmingham, • hardly give Mr. Balfour more homo troth* than are being launched against him this moment the ConseryatOTePrem in, Hi* Gorvernmeot is deecnhed . tnonband, and hi* Redistribution Hill held up to scorn and contumely

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

20 Jul 1962

passenger to step ashore was Mr. Von Schaick, a 20-years-old barman from tie Sandringham Hotel at Rhyl He had travelled with the manager of the hotel Mr. J Newsham and Mrs Newsham It was a very comfortable trip, said Mr. Von Schaick It was a wonderful

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Bury Times

Bury Times Lancashire, England

4 May 1907

rr*»< K*xl W r thru I waik<v. k »n i 5' To'h with l»ir»* bun As for tlww.’* full «m • %«hi Mr. KwHiff I Ifow***! •' UK. fr*r prorMr. T'BvlimffWn in th«* th** Houa'*. him* omwjnod with mo. m*» th*i Im«I hrtmw*rt mrurlf. J Vi>wl

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

7 Dec 1888

es 'be sane elztt to the ostisosidotios Me. Fedi sMompetral, N•emsbor 'atb. P. Mr. Barrett lad his. ineerher of Ott jars us the Mssomrsotss Mal. Tho stothnd is which Mr. Barrett S. he cliapmed of wow, sow diss to the I *elitism of Forma as follows .—Coos

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

27 Feb 1946

bereavement. PRETTSPI—Mre GRAM and fainily. 3 Drake Clola. Ratakerley. relatives. nikstabours and fringes. Mr. shorn.. bgt laird. Mr Ashton. Mr. for setters inquiries an d eepreaelons of crineethy ln recent .jq K—Thb eeaveme nt a A=RO U INSON QU r D m

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

21 Feb 1950

were made by Mr. Gilbert Beyfus. K.C., in the Chancery Division, to-day. when he sought an order restraining the Ministry from putting the Scheme into effect. Mr. Beyfus was appearing for Mr. Dennis Frederick Underhill (chairman) and Mr. James Waywell

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

8 Feb 1950

They have even said it is impertinence on the part of the Liberal Party to intervene. and I am astounded that Mr. Churchill should have lent his name to this marruvre. 6;ibiuse — V,7undemricr — ai;c .. to that any party should not take Part l in an election

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

28 Jul 1938

by the famous writer, Mr. Richens said that after the voyage Dickens presented a piece of plate to the captain, congratulating him and his crew on their nautical skill. Th. same tribute might be paid to th. Cunard Line &Beers to-day. They had inherited

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

21 Mar 1956

freezing internally?* tinuing t o c arr y o u t hi s pert- (Leader of the Conservative off and all within the cordon labour force engaged in repair Wycliffe Road. Alfreton. and liceman had told - is he had broken his back when h e - ho a cycletaken granted to

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

23 Jun 1926

BAROADIII kr CANTER'S. 77 . l• 99999779 94999 . 794 . ll 0797997 . I ' l•66an are HIM the purchaser can insum his life so 25 •10 , mated 0 the mr a sommom tor Ley k•ndli d bo oll ea ttl ed ly i t li bi, Dell m Orde ak Ir a , n4 llo D ch ai w ria. lll so

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

21 Feb 1919

MR. GROS= LARMON JORIORON EMS. ■IRIUGII. t NAM ON PnOD PRICF24 AND IMPORT RTATRI(TIONR. I. owls L. iamb. So oasis moo 'NEKTON'S OUTLOOK WITH F..b.••7 BOLTON.untion, Mr (twat, al% •. root . 1 goat. ho 1 h*. the Of . 1.,••• • •••‘,..• - •11ut to l

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Wigan Observer and District Advertiser

Wigan Observer and District Advertiser Lancashire, England

29 Mar 1910

Adamson, J. Battersby, J.P., J. Leigb, Mrs. Green and Mrs. PcMr. B. Holden (clerk), and Mr. A. Barnes (school attendance officer). Miss Lilian Entwistlo was appointed certificated tcacWr salary of £6O, in place of Mrs. M. A. Hill, uccertificaied teacher

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

22 May 1882

properly discussed at full treelitg. Mr. seconded, and Mr. Baxter, an amsadmect. moved that the prnseedsd with that day. Mr. Vrtght saseaded the amendment, aod after somedfeuretoa wns pot to the meeting and earried. Mr.OiW. thaheotben reaetoaobmitihe fo'

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Morecambe Guardian

Morecambe Guardian Lancashire, England

23 Mar 1956

Allen). Mr. R. C. Sutton (Hesham president). Dr. H. Abernethy (Heysham rapt.), Mr. E. Bracken (Lancaster). Standing (from left): Mr. S. Murgatrovd (Morn cambe secretary). Mr. C. A. Box (Silverdale president). Mr. J. E. Rushton ;Silverdale rapt.). Mr. R. bavies

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Rochdale Observer

Rochdale Observer Lancashire, England

19 Mar 1910

eon-in-law, gave his Arm the instructions as to the gale of the mills. Alt the interview with Mr. Butterworth the price was put at £1f6,000, and of this Mr. Freeman to have if the transaction went through. Mr. Butterworth said that the would resolve all

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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

31 May 1939

(Mrs J Boyd), 6y, 8-8 J McDonald 2 OLD TIMES (Mr R Armstrong). 6y, 8-12 W Carr 3 VALENTINO (Mr G Marsden). 4y. 9-7 C Parker CENSUS (Mr Mitchell), sy, 9-2 H Wragg 0 HERMADA (Mr Butterworth), 4y. 8-12 G Richards 0 START NOW (Mr L Brook), By

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

23 Apr 1980

condolence. Rev . Mr. Ross of St. Luke's for his prayers and comfort during our sad loss. NICK'S friends from L.T.P also his pals from Merseyside Branch Royal Tank Regiment Association. bootie. Godbless you all •'SI4AUGROSIIISP Mrs. CPSHAUGHNESSY and

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Lancaster Gazette

Lancaster Gazette Lancashire, England

24 Aug 1861

residence of Lady Caroline Lascellep, Eaton-aquare, and stealing a quantity of jewellery and other valuables, Mr. Wontner conducted the prosecution, and Mr. Lewis, jun., defended Simpson. On the night the July, leu o’clock, Pettingall was found in Lady Lascelles’s

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