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POLICE WATCH MOTORISTS. Seven Cases Of Dangerous Driving Dealt With.

POLICE WATCH MOTORISTS. Seven Cases Of Dangerous Driving Dealt With.

.• No fewer • than seven summonses against drivers of motor . vehicles were heard at the Borough Police Court on ,Tuesday. , Frederick Douglas, 3. DelOune-street. nington, London, was sumnioned. for having driven a Small motor 'bus at a dangerous eipe'd in Buttermarketsstreet on
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
EARLY SENSATIONAL STORIES.

EARLY SENSATIONAL STORIES.

It was stated that between one o'clock, and two o'clock on Sunday morning the guard at the Viceregal Lodge heard a shot or shots in the park. Shortly afterwards Lieut. Boast, accompanied by two soldiers, went out into the darkness to reconnoitre. Suddenly a man sprang out of the
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATE SECOND-LIMA BOAST. • • '; , , • - • • , 'llotegral)11 by Fred Arthur,

THE LATE SECOND-LIMA BOAST. • • '; , , • - • • , 'llotegral)11 by Fred Arthur,

03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
OTHER ACCOUNTS.

OTHER ACCOUNTS.

Private Haddell, south Lancashire Regiment, fn.his deposition said that when they met the ' civilian 'they challenged him, but he did not reply. Private Barnewell put the bayonet to his throat. When they made a dash for him he caught the officer by the throat and fired a shot fr
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
TEN YEARS AND UNDER. The Winning Letter.

TEN YEARS AND UNDER. The Winning Letter.

" Dear Uncle Ned,—My biggest wish for the New Year is that it may bring a sure peace with great happiness and prosperity to all the people of our beloved Empire; and that it will see the League of Nations carried through with great success, binding us with love and goodwill towa
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
!Clerk (Mr. W. E. Hough) for their help given ! him during the early stages of his duty, lie also

!Clerk (Mr. W. E. Hough) for their help given ! him during the early stages of his duty, lie also

thanked the officials and members for their assistance. He much appreciated their cooperation. (Applause.) Mr. Woodward, as chairman of the Public Health Coimnittee, acknowledged Ilr. Bennett'u thanks, and mentioned that his services wen always esteemed and appreciated by the me
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
The Chairman (Mr. Horton) said they, were all sorry to lose the services of the doctor. They. wished him the

The Chairman (Mr. Horton) said they, were all sorry to lose the services of the doctor. They. wished him the

best of luck in his new sphere. (Dear, hear.) The recommendation of the Salaries Committee was confirmed, which agreed to the appointment of Dr. J. S. Manson, of Warrington, to the vacancy of medical officer.of health _Spurt thrieLgt a . salary commencing at #er anittim, '.:4Nly
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
MAYOR'S APPEAL FOR STRICKEN FAMILY.

MAYOR'S APPEAL FOR STRICKEN FAMILY.

To the Editor of "The Examiner." Sir,—l have been asked and willingly 'consent to open a Mayoral Fund in aid of the widow and dependants of the late Harry Wilson, of Z 5, Cobden-street, Warrington, who lost his life whilst gallantly attempting the rescue of a woman from drowning
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Fi iREit SIG/1T

Fi iREit SIG/1T

EASIER and more distinct vision is something pounced —something worth much more than the cost of Glasses. If your eyes are defective, you need Glasses every waking moment. The scientific exactitude with which we fit Glasses makes them not only a temporary help, but preservative
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
HOT COFFEE FUND:

HOT COFFEE FUND:

To the Editor of " The Examiner." Sir,—May I again appeal to your readers in our .neighbourliced on behalf of the Hot Coffee Fund for our carmen during this inclement weather. Our own workers ran it for December and we were hoping to continue it during January, but unless furthe
03 January 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England