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FARM AND GARDEN.

FARM AND GARDEN.

ROYAL SHOW AND RAILWAY TRAFFIC. It is reported that an agitation is taking place in trading circles in Manchester for the prohibition of the Royal Agricultural Show. The ground is that it will increase the congestion of railway traffic. It will be remembered that negotiations be
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
BOY RUN OVER AND KILLED. A Careful Driver.

BOY RUN OVER AND KILLED. A Careful Driver.

A seven-year-old boy named Thomas Richar Ison, son of Lance-Corporal Henry We'shy Richardson, 2fith South Lancs. Regiment, and of Mary Richardson, residing at 15, Wakefieldstreet, Warrington, was knocked down by a taxi-cab in Guardian-street on Saturday afternoon. and received s
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
AMERICAN SUPPORT. Striking Manifesto By Prominent Citizens. GERMANY SELF-CONDEMNED.

AMERICAN SUPPORT. Striking Manifesto By Prominent Citizens. GERMANY SELF-CONDEMNED.

The following address to the people of the Allied nations has been signed by 500 of the most prominent people of the United States, including 212 presidents of universities and professors, many well-known politicians, governors and ex-governors of States, 32 bishops, 27 judges a
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
CONSCIENCES.

CONSCIENCES.

Messrs. Thomas Howard, Socialist and prominent member of the Trades Council, and Harold Brandwood have at length got the exemptions from military service to which they had a conscientious objection, not because they were medically unfit, as they also. alleged, but because they h
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
25 YEARS A GUARDIAN. Warrington Board's Congratulations to Mr. A. J. Jolley.

25 YEARS A GUARDIAN. Warrington Board's Congratulations to Mr. A. J. Jolley.

A quarter of a century service on the War; rington Board of Guardians is the proud record of Mr. A. J. Jolley, and at a meeting of th e members on Wednesday, he was the recipient of hearty congratulations:, Ronour was done him by the members unanimously re-electing him to presid
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
APPLETON RIFLE CLUB. Opening Of Outdoor Shooting Season.

APPLETON RIFLE CLUB. Opening Of Outdoor Shooting Season.

The Appleton Rifle Club commenced the out'floor shooting season at, the Appleton Quarry Range on Saturday afternoon, under first-class Weather conditions. . Owing to the absence on active service of the President (Lieutenant'Colonel Charles Lyon) there was no formal 'oPening cer
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
" Attested Slackers."

" Attested Slackers."

In proposing the toast of "The ''Cheshire Regiment," Mr. F. Warburton thought -that Stockton Heath ought to thrill two platoons at least, for there was a population of fout Or five thousand. It was a great advantage to be a member of a Volunteer Training Corps,
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE V.C.'s WIFE.

THE V.C.'s WIFE.

Mrs. Laidlaw, wife of the V.C., Writing to Mr Royston to acknowledge the receipt of an , "Examiner," containing our account of Uh! interview between him and her husband, says: Very many thanks for sending me the paper. !I was delighted with it. My husband was right when he said
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1916. NURSE emlLD's DEATH.

THE EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1916. NURSE emlLD's DEATH.

Warrington Foster-Mother Sent For Trial On Manslaughter
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Charge. CASE AGAINST MALE DEFENDANT WITHDRAWN.

Charge. CASE AGAINST MALE DEFENDANT WITHDRAWN.

The borough magistrates on Monday discharged from custody Charles Goodwin, labourer, 20, Cockhedge-lane, who, with his wife, Ellen Goodwin, of the same address, had been remanded on a charge of neglecting a twoyear-old boy, now dead, of whom Mrs. Goodwin was the foster-mother. _
22 April 1916 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England