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rG Lo : . IIIII: :: 5. IFURNISHING CO.. ' PEMBROKE PLACES LIVERPOOL lI>LEADING, LARGEST, .0 and MOST RELIABLE HOUSE

rG Lo : . IIIII: :: 5. IFURNISHING CO.. ' PEMBROKE PLACES LIVERPOOL lI>LEADING, LARGEST, .0 and MOST RELIABLE HOUSE

FURNISHERS. s CASH OR , , , . : EASY PAYMEN T S i ; All furniture we sell is manufactured under , our own control and supervision. , SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY RETURNED FULL. . Whether transaction is for cash or On e3I payments, price includes ' FREE AND SAFE r r• DELIVERY
02 April 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATEST " GUY " ample of South Shields, Walthamstow reje_cted Tariff It candidate by a triumphant - MUNICIPAL ABBATOIR.

THE LATEST " GUY " ample of South Shields, Walthamstow reje_cted Tariff It candidate by a triumphant - MUNICIPAL ABBATOIR.

A few months ago a municipal abbatoir was opened Wellington and all public slaughter-houses have been closed. When will Warrington follow suit? A " STRIKE " AGAINST THE STATE, The miners at one of the State coal mines came out .on strike a few months ago owing to dissatisfaction
12 November 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
WATER POWER.

WATER POWER.

Several attempts have recently been made by speculators to obtain control of some of the streams and rivers of the Dominion for power purposes. The Government, hovi ever, has consistently set its face against parting with this valuable source of energy and yesterday the Premier
12 November 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
LANCASHIRE CUP.

LANCASHIRE CUP.

SALFORD KNOCKED OUT BY VVARRINT ON. PLAYERS' LEG BROKEN. The second round for the Lancashire Cup brought Salford to Warriogton, and a crowd of 6,000 people assembled to witness a well contested g ame . Fish and Brooks were absent from the home side, the vacancies being fil!ed by
12 November 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE DEAD HAND.

THE DEAD HAND.

I am seeing much and learning much which will be of interest and value to me. In no country in the 'world are problems more difficult to understand I should say than in the United, States. Here we have to deal not with one race and one nation which has inherited a common traditi
12 November 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
EARLESTOWN AND NEWTON.

EARLESTOWN AND NEWTON.

DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS. ATTEMPTED WIFE MURDER AND SUICIDE. At Newton-le-Willows on Thursday night, Tho . ma Arnold, bricklayer, of Birley-street, made a determined attempt to murder his wife, and then killed himself. Arnold, who was forty-five years of age, was said
12 November 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
COST' DAS TO DE CONSIDERED.

COST' DAS TO DE CONSIDERED.

(Hear, hear, and applause) We are all agreed that the command of the seas is for us Britons a matter of vital necessity, and we willingly vote 40 millions a year, and even more if need be, to preserve it. posing that we have a Nation in Arms in addition. Then with our Mercantile
12 November 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
COMPULSORY SERVICE PERILS.

COMPULSORY SERVICE PERILS.

His objection to the proposals of the National Service League was, therefore, that the introduction of compulsory service would ruin the first line—their regular line for the defence of the Empire. That would be placed in serious peril. Then there was the geographical question.
12 November 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PRECAUTIONS AGAINST INVASION.

PRECAUTIONS AGAINST INVASION.

Mr. Haldane expressed the hope that he had demonstrated that invasion, with such Territorials and Regulars and a Navy forming the first line, was a thing they could dismiss from their minds. That was his belief, and the belief of some of the most distinguished soldiers and sailo
12 November 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
JJANCING.—A CLASS FOR ADULTS will be held at the WINMARLEIGH CAFE, Sankey Street, every WEDNESDAY EVENING, commencing October sth.—lnquiries from

JJANCING.—A CLASS FOR ADULTS will be held at the WINMARLEIGH CAFE, Sankey Street, every WEDNESDAY EVENING, commencing October sth.—lnquiries from

Miss HAYWARD, or from Miss PARTINGTON, Stockton Lodge, Stockton Heath.
12 November 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England