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Photograph by Fred Arthur. AT HOME IN VICTORIA PARK. From left to right: Mr. T. H. Spinks (Deputy Town ('lerk).

Photograph by Fred Arthur. AT HOME IN VICTORIA PARK. From left to right: Mr. T. H. Spinks (Deputy Town ('lerk).

M r. A. piercy (Deputy Borough Surveyor, whose duty it was to see the. tank safely through the town and see it 'put eomfortably . to rest in Victoria Park), Lieut. Meek iofficer in charge), Miss Edith A.worth (honorary secretary of the War Sairings Committee), Mr. A. T..nallaway
24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
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24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Bolsheviks Not Socialists.

Bolsheviks Not Socialists.

Bolsheviks called themselves "Socialists,' and people but little acquainted with the Bolsheviks believed that statement. Ile (th( speaker) had been a Socialist for the last 18 years, and made bold to say that Socialism first of all was the most humane science a man could find: a
24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
WHO SENT THEM?

WHO SENT THEM?

(Mc gentleman present &Oil: If Socialism the most humane system or pinsible; why Ihe Chairman m-i• 1601111'$ in ilk remarks denouncing listo (\ nplause.) , The Chairman said 'be had always au ()eitted a living rvage„ lb ought nationalisat iou would lw of this country and lead to
24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
UNANIMITY ESSENTIAL.

UNANIMITY ESSENTIAL.

Mr. Garland said he always felt that the success of the movement depended on the unanimity with which it was taken up. They seemed to be unanimous last year, but there were some notable exceptions. It was no use two-thirds of the shopkeepers closing, and the other third remainin
24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
LATE MR. J. HALL.

LATE MR. J. HALL.

The memorial service was held on Sunday at Golborne-street Baptist Church. In addition to. the Church friends and relatives several of his workmates at Crosfield's attended. The Pastor, the Rev. H Ogden, conducted the service, his „subject being "Hearthstone Religion." He emphas
24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PRIMITIVE METHODIST ROLL OF HONOUR. Memorial Desk And Tablet Unveiled.

PRIMITIVE METHODIST ROLL OF HONOUR. Memorial Desk And Tablet Unveiled.

On Sunday afternoon the Primitive Methodist Schoolroom was crowded with scholars from the various Sunday schools and adults to witness the unveiling of the memorial desk and tablet. The service opened with the singing of "0 God, our help in ages past." Prayer was offered by Mr.
24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
"EXAMINER" SHORT STORY 3

"EXAMINER" SHORT STORY 3

' A 1 For Madge Ta 6 i An believed in saving n Invertebrate And , the children, and bad bought several ' acres ! , of land in the heait of the country, built a Undefined 80dy. ,, cottage korrte, and here she sent the weaklings, drafting them off as they grew older " The Times" P
24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
LORD BIRKENHEAD AND THE COALITION.

LORD BIRKENHEAD AND THE COALITION.

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24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
ON A PAYING BASIS.

ON A PAYING BASIS.

The report was adopted on the motion of the President, Sir .thlbett Greenall, Bart., C.V.0., who presided, seconded by Mr. Willett, who said they were gratified to know they. were on a Paying basis again. Sir Gilbert Greenall, who was referred to as the backbone of the society,
24 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England