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MALTESE NECKWEAR SILK UNDERSKIRTS CAM !SOLES UNDERWEAR'
24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
" A Merry Christmas."

" A Merry Christmas."

is my soldier friend of whom I told the other day eflnfessedly anticipates with eagenies and confidence. ' Well, small blame to "A merry Christmas " to all, say. I. It is, moreover, what yictorjan England'inVariably wished,-along with -" A happy New Year." The wentieth century h
24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
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24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Highly Commended.

Highly Commended.

Nephew John Cogan, 43, Bierpoint-street; St. Alban's School.—Santa Claus is a very kind man; he has never forgotten Ina at Christmas time. Thousands of poor Children would never receive any pretsents but for his kindness. Niece. Bessie Parkinson, 49, Legh-street; Priory School.-
24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
MR. HAROLD SMITH, M.P., AND SOCIALISTS. A Challenge.

MR. HAROLD SMITH, M.P., AND SOCIALISTS. A Challenge.

To the Editor of " The Examiner." Sir,—After having heard the denunciation of the Racialists by the Member for Warrington in Parr Hall on •Monday evening, December 15th, the members of the British Socialist Party decided to challenge Mr. Harold Smith to champion the case for pri
24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE PASSING WEEK. CHRISTMAS.

THE PASSING WEEK. CHRISTMAS.

Many people, if asked to state their view at Christmas, would say that it is a two-sided festival, first religious, and then social. Or they might reverse the order in which they put the matter and look upon it as first social, and then religious. In any case it is true that at
24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PADGATE COTTAGE HOMES.

PADGATE COTTAGE HOMES.

For the children of the Padgate Cottage Homes, a special attraction has been prepared in the shape of a huge Christmas tree. Father Christmas, assisted by two fairies, will present each child with a toy. The Mayor (Councilor R. Henshall) will attend. Dinner of roast beef, vegeta
24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
GOOD WORK DONE.

GOOD WORK DONE.

-- - , Sir Peter Peacock associated himself with the Mayor's. remarks. He , , hoped these premises would be a source,of cOmradeship, which was now so necessary above all things. He knew the good work the Organisation had done among themselves. As former chairman of the Local War
24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
A " Dry " Christmas

A " Dry " Christmas

BY MR. "PUSSYFOOT" JOHNSON
24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
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24 December 1919 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England