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11 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
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11 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PLASTERERS

PLASTERERS

FOR WORK AT • jUNCHINHAIAPTON, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. GOOD ACCOMMODA'TION AND CANTEEN. For rates of pay and free tickets to Nail* worth, Midland Railway, or Chalford, G.W. Railway, apply nearest Labour Exchange. THOMAS ROWBOTHAM, Contractor, BIRMINGHAM. Eggs, Poultry, &c. EGGS and Chi
11 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
QTOCKTON HEATH WESLEYAN CHURCH. . SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), MAY 12th. Preacher, at 10..30 a:m. and 6.30 p.m.:

QTOCKTON HEATH WESLEYAN CHURCH. . SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), MAY 12th. Preacher, at 10..30 a:m. and 6.30 p.m.:

Rev. ALFRED H. BOIsiFORD, of Burnley. SPECIAL SINGING by the SCIHOLARS & CHOIR. Afternoon, at 2.30. a FLOWER SERVICE, 4cldressed by Rev. ALFRED H. BOMFORD. Chairman: T. B. DUCKWORTH, Esq. Special Hymns and Recitations bv the:Seholars. Collection at each Service on behalf ird liz
11 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
CLASS A 1 4 is the standard of efficiency at which we aim. , The DE BEAR Schools GIVE PRACTICAL

CLASS A 1 4 is the standard of efficiency at which we aim. , The DE BEAR Schools GIVE PRACTICAL

TRAINING IN SHORTHAND BUSINESS METHODS TYPEWRITING COMMERCIAL ENGLISH ARITHMETIC BOOK-KEEPING HANDWRITING DAY AND EVENING SECTIONS may be joined at any time, Apply : The De Bear Schools, Ltd:. ' BOTTERNARKET STREET (corner of Rank Street), WARRINGTON
11 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
footsteps. Previous to joining the Warrington Force, P.C. Gibbs served in the Grenadier Guards for some years, and was called

footsteps. Previous to joining the Warrington Force, P.C. Gibbs served in the Grenadier Guards for some years, and was called

up for active service, as an Army Reserve man, in ti South African war, serving two years in that campaign, for which he holds the Queen's and King's Medals, with five bars. PRIVATE W. HARDMAN. Private William Hardman, South Lancashire Regiment, whose wife and child live at 13,
11 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
ago. He attended Oughtrington School and Church, and, prior to joining the colours, he under-chauffeur at Stately House, Nantwich He

ago. He attended Oughtrington School and Church, and, prior to joining the colours, he under-chauffeur at Stately House, Nantwich He

hi.Ls a brother, a gunner in France. PRISONER OF WAR. PRIVATE JOHN KAY. Private John Kay, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, son of Mr. Joseph Kay, Yew Tree-tar- Rush Green, was taken a prisoner by the Germans about a fortnight ago. Private Ka,v, who is 19 years of age, was emplo
11 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
(From 13 years of Us.) DAY TRAINING COURSES inclusive from 17/6 per month. EVENING CLASSES from 7/8 nsorith. • WOOD'S

(From 13 years of Us.) DAY TRAINING COURSES inclusive from 17/6 per month. EVENING CLASSES from 7/8 nsorith. • WOOD'S

COLLEGE secures 150 appointments annually Write for Prospectus— The Secretary, 15, BRIDGE ST., WARRINGTON.
11 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Invalided Soldier Made Well and enabled to Work by taking Dr. Cassell's Tablets.

Invalided Soldier Made Well and enabled to Work by taking Dr. Cassell's Tablets.

Mr. George, L. Joseph, 14, Wharfdale-road, King's Cross, London, says:---" I was in the army when my trouble came on, and had seen nearly two years of active service. I found myself getting very run down, and nervy, and though I tried to keep going it was no use. AO sleep was ve
25 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
A DEFENDANT AND ," KING DICK."

A DEFENDANT AND ," KING DICK."

The second defendant was Jack Edwards, 93, Sliitar-street, who was summoned for similar offences on May 10th. He pleaded guilty to not keeping records, but denied the second offence. The Chief Constable explained that the facts were practically similar to the previous case. Acti
25 May 1918 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England