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WESLEYAN CHURCH, FADGATE. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNUAL TEA MEETING AND ENTERTAINMENT. THURSDAY NEXT. JANUARY„._Bth. TEA, 5.30. s CONCERT. 7,30. Speaker: Rev.

WESLEYAN CHURCH, FADGATE. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNUAL TEA MEETING AND ENTERTAINMENT. THURSDAY NEXT. JANUARY„._Bth. TEA, 5.30. s CONCERT. 7,30. Speaker: Rev.

T. DARGUE. Chairmap: Rev. A. A. FULLER, B.A. 4 Admission: Ten and Concert, 11-, FRIDAY NEXT, JANUARY 9th. SCHOLARS' TEA AND ENTERTAINME."" - PET" ST : WAARINtt VICAR'S 28th ANNIVE'RSAC,Y. TO-MORROW (SITNDAY), at 6.30 P.m. SPECIAL SERMON by the Rev. B. PERCIV. L. Parishioners and
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
00UNTY BOROUGH OF , WARRINGTON WAR VICTIMS' RELIEF At a representative meeting convened by nic and held the Town HMI

00UNTY BOROUGH OF , WARRINGTON WAR VICTIMS' RELIEF At a representative meeting convened by nic and held the Town HMI

to-day (Friday), it iv as nnaniniousis decided that I shouM form a small committee to afrange propagarula and to organise an appeid on behalf of the Suffe,ring and Destitutc‘ in the Famine of Europe. facts placed before the meeting by , Maurice Rowitt . ree, ]so.. have, 'Fain su
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
– BIC LABOUR POLL AT BROMLEY.

– BIC LABOUR POLL AT BROMLEY.

- BIC LABOUR POLL AT BROMLEY. Coalition's Narrow Escape. 'The result of' the by-election at Bromley was announced on Wednesday, the figures being as follows: • Lt.-Col. Cintlibert Jatnes (Co. 11.148 Mr. P. P. llodes'(Lab.) Coalition majority • At the Qeneral ''Election the figure
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE CASE OF THE CIVILIAN.

THE CASE OF THE CIVILIAN.

jury then investigated cause of death of the civilian, Laurence Kennedy. His employer, Mr. Patrick Monks, a baker, gave him an excellent character. He was a sober man. The witness said that the main road through the park would be his direct way home. A brother of the dweased man
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
"TRAGEDY OF A NATION."

"TRAGEDY OF A NATION."

The " Times " Dublin correspondent says that public opinion in Ireland realises that the loss of these two' lives was the result of an unfortunate.. combination of circumstances at an ibnormal time. The truth is that all men's nerves are on edge in Ireland, and that nobody knows
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
LIEUTENANT F. BOAST.

LIEUTENANT F. BOAST.

The 'late Second-Lieutenant Frederick Boast was the son of Major Boast, and, like his !, father, rose from the ranks in the regiment in 1 which lie was born, the 2nd Battalion South Lancashire Regiment, to commissioned rank. At the time of • his death he was in his 21st, year. W
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
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miziviimmwiom XX .7411ir 43 - ziumnicriSAFL"air Irian WE hold enormous Stocks which were bought many months ago at prices much lower than obtain to-day. Manufacturers have already sent out increased price lists for the Spring, and we assure you that a very appreciable economy wi
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
MR. J. It. J. HAMPSON.

MR. J. It. J. HAMPSON.

large industrial poraeation. As a matte:- of fact, in 1902 the Infirn....ry was small and suited to the inissioa it professed Lo serve. 'rho rooms were and ~ hr t nursing shin were accommodated in small rooms at the doors of the wards in which they worked. There were only 40 bed
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
WOMEN PATIENTS ENTERTAINED.

WOMEN PATIENTS ENTERTAINED.

Patients in the women's ward at the Infirmary had a pleasant time on Monday evening.' Sister Leasor brought a concert party to entertain them. In addition to vocal contributions by Sister Leasor and Nurses Lucas, Holland, Bunce, Dyer, Jones and Bradley, there was a monologue by
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
MR. JAMES SHAW.

MR. JAMES SHAW.

Brick St. Methodists Recognise, Long And Faithful Service. • I Mr. James Shaw, who has been identified prominently with the , Brick-street Independent Methodist Church since its establishment, and has rendered life-long service to the cause of Methodism iii the town, has retired
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England