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"Made in England" " means strling goodness the world over. England may be beaten in price; never in quality. Experience,

"Made in England" " means strling goodness the world over. England may be beaten in price; never in quality. Experience,

skill, best material all enter into the making of Colman's Starch. There are starches a little cheaper in price, much • cheaper in quality. Colman's Starch is a pure starch—a starch that does the work of starch in the best manner.
09 August 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
TEE " CRIIITY " STAKES.

TEE " CRIIITY " STAKES.

Open to all Privates in the battalion enrolled (but not re-enrolled since the Ist August, 1900. Ist prize, £1 ; and prizes 15s. 103 • three of 7s 13d each ; ten of 4s each; and ten of 2% LI each. Distance-200 yards. Result : Private J M Podrriore. I Private J E Wright; Fl Privat
09 August 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Zaa.ntt 1).

Zaa.ntt 1).

wANThL USDICIL-GARDhailili. a young man who can Milk.—Apply THJUNTON HILL, Child& Thornton. near Cheater. WANTBD.—Ancient Laces, Engravings, China, Emeralds, Pearls, Fans. Miniatures, eedlework.—CliEGA, 57, liVestbourne G ove, London. • A GENTS WANTED to Hardware. Jewellery, Yur
09 August 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
HOMING.

HOMING.

Warrington Workingmen's Flying Club. This club flew the second young bird race from Gloucester (107 miles) on Saturday, 35 members sending 294 birds, which were liberated by Mr Timperley at 11.15 a.m.; wind N, light. *Thomas Mason, 1172; and 1165; Edgerley and Cliffe, 1153 ; H C
09 August 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
SOZOaDONT

SOZOaDONT

There is Security in Will Sweeten thci Breath all day. difference At soiutely cure Sick Headache, , biliousness, T orp id Liver, Indi- Teeth and Bad Teeth. gestion, Constipation. Dizziness, white reeth and Yellow Teeth. Furred Tcngue. They Truch the Lo , Pretty Teeth and Ugly Te
09 August 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE EXAMINER; FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1901:

THE EXAMINER; FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1901:

EXAMINER PRINTING WORKS: BEW&EY-STREET, WARRINGTON. POSTERS OF ALL SIZES May be inspected:and Estimates:obtained at Office, TELEPHONE No. 0489. MAMMOTH POSTERS. A SPECIALITY. MAMMOTR POSTERS. LARGE TYPE MAMMOTH POSTERS. FOR MAAMOTH POSTEI.S. THE MOST STRIKING MAMMOTH POSTERS. PO
09 August 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Motherhood.

Motherhood.

Two days after the first anniversary of her wedding, the Princess, now in her nineteenth year, gave birth to the first of her eight children—•four sons and four daughters—the Prince, who is now the third German Emperor. In 1861 the husband of the Princess became Crown Prince on
09 August 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
• T. ALLEN AND SONS, (OF WARRINGTON.) SANITARY PLUMBERS AND DECORATORS. BEG TO GIVE NOTICE THATETHEY HAVR OPENED 'A BRANCH

• T. ALLEN AND SONS, (OF WARRINGTON.) SANITARY PLUMBERS AND DECORATORS. BEG TO GIVE NOTICE THATETHEY HAVR OPENED 'A BRANCH

ESTABLISHMENT IN OUEEN STREET, EARLESTOWN. (OPPOSITE THE STATION). WITH A STOCK OF WALL-PAPERHANGINGS, WINDOW-GLASS PAINTS, VARNISH, AND COLORS. ALL ORDERS FOR PLUMBING, PAINTING, GASFITTING, &c. WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. BEST WORKMANSHIP. HEASCNABLE PRICES. "IWELSBACH "INC
09 August 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
flUN.—Finely finished 12 bore double BRERCH-LOADHR top lever, central fire, left choke. improved extension rib. " nicely adjusted rebounding locks,"

flUN.—Finely finished 12 bore double BRERCH-LOADHR top lever, central fire, left choke. improved extension rib. " nicely adjusted rebounding locks,"

walnut pistol stock, new, good kiiler, 405.; approval.—A. T. JAMES. 48, Devonshire-street, Bloomsbury*, London.
09 August 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
A Returning Spectator's " Too Many Cups?'

A Returning Spectator's " Too Many Cups?'

John Stirrup. labourer, of 37, Winwick-street, was charged at the Warrington Police C urt on Monday with having been drunk and disorderly on Friar's-green, on Saturday night.—P.C. Clarke said he was on duty at Arpley Station. Defendant came off tile last train from Leeds. He was
03 May 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England