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No 1710

No 1710

11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
CHESTER PAGEANT. Interesting Lecture on The Art Side of Pageantry."

CHESTER PAGEANT. Interesting Lecture on The Art Side of Pageantry."

Every effort is being made to stimulate public irterest in the great histolical pageant chieh will enacted in the beautiful Chester estate of His Grace the Duke of Westminster from July 18th to 23rd. In various centres in Lancashire and Cneshire' lectures dealing wtth several as
11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Bewsey-road. Wesley Guild.

Bewsey-road. Wesley Guild.

Bewsey-road . Wesley Guild. It bad been arranged that the - monthly devotienal meeting of the Bewsey-road Wesley Guild should take place on the Rev. E. B. Keeling's lawn but owing to the inclement weather the members Thad to repair to the Lecture Hall. The Rev. E. B. Keeling pres
11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
WHAT CORNS CAN'T STAND.

WHAT CORNS CAN'T STAND.

There is a new and quite original corn treatment lately introduced which is something quite different to any of the old time stereotyped cona-pastes and plasters, and which corns simply can't stand. It kills them off painlessly in a few hours cnce and for all. It's nan - .e is "
11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
BOWLING

BOWLING

BRITISH CROSNN GREEN ASSOCIATION. CROSFIELD CHALLENGE CUP. LANCA SHII, F.' V. VORKSHIRR.—This clunty champion ship poach at Prestwich, Manchester, oil Saturday. attracted a large attendatien. Lsoesshire mane a good start, on fewer than 13 games being won right off the re,el. Tho
11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATE MR. J. L. HARRINGTON'S EXCITING CAREER.

THE LATE MR. J. L. HARRINGTON'S EXCITING CAREER.

We regret to announce the death of Mr. John Lester Harrington which took place at his residence, 23 Brookland-street on Tuesday last. Mr. Harrington had been ailing for about 12 mouths; he leaves three sons. The interment took place on Thursday afternoon at the Cemetery, being p
11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
living authority thing of the past says: "The remedy PAR EXCELLENCE, not only for consumption, but for chronic bronchitis is

living authority thing of the past says: "The remedy PAR EXCELLENCE, not only for consumption, but for chronic bronchitis is

cod liver oil." Cod liver oil at this time of year? Why not? - SCOTT'S EMULSION, the best, strongest, most healing and curing form of cod liver oil, is delicious and digestible in this or any weather. Mr. Henry West, 337 Green Street, Upton Park, Essex, writes, 9th Nov., 1909: "
11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
RUNCORN AND WIDNES. RUNCORN RURAL COUNCIL.

RUNCORN AND WIDNES. RUNCORN RURAL COUNCIL.

The fortnightly meeting of the Runcorn Rural District Council was attenthd by nearly all the membets on Tuesday afternoon in the Dutton Workhouse. Mr. T. Baxter presided and officers present were Messrs. C. E. Linaker spur. (vice-chairman) G. F. Ashton (clerk) W. E. Hough (assis
11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
CITIZENS' GUILD OF HELP. MR. C. E. PARKER ON "INFANT MORTALITY." Important Suggestion.

CITIZENS' GUILD OF HELP. MR. C. E. PARKER ON "INFANT MORTALITY." Important Suggestion.

The Warrington Citzens' Guild of Help had arranged to hold a " roof garden conference" of officers and helpers at the works of Messrs. J. Crosfield and Sons, Limited, on Thursday evening. The unsettled weather did not 'permit of an open-air gathering and an adjournment was made
11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
VOLWYN BAY.—APARTMENTS for invalids and ‘...1 others with trained nurse; every comfort.— RIMALMERE, Rhiw rd. riOLAVYN BAY.—Homely APARTMENTS, 'near woods

VOLWYN BAY.—APARTMENTS for invalids and ‘...1 others with trained nurse; every comfort.— RIMALMERE, Rhiw rd. riOLAVYN BAY.—Homely APARTMENTS, 'near woods

and sea; 2s. per night. Stump for reply. KltiGswcon, Grove Park.
11 June 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England