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rraz PRIORY HIGH SCHOOL -FOR GIRLS, WARRlNGTON.—Kindergarten , 11 ',Pand Preparatory School for Boys. Principal, Miss DRING, L.L.A„ A.C.P.,assitted by

rraz PRIORY HIGH SCHOOL -FOR GIRLS, WARRlNGTON.—Kindergarten , 11 ',Pand Preparatory School for Boys. Principal, Miss DRING, L.L.A„ A.C.P.,assitted by

a Qualified Staff. Next term commences Wednesday, September 14th. SOUTHPORT MODERN SCHOOL.—AN IDEAL SCIIOOL FOR BOYS. Languages, Science, and Commercial Subjects, Swimming, Gymnastics, Cadet Company. Numerous honours and distinctions gained at exams. Foreign pupils received. Pro
10 September 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
. WARRINGTON TOWN COUNCIL. THE CONDITION OF THE TRAM TRACK. Lively Scene. HEALTH COMMITfEE AND INFANT MORTALITY.

. WARRINGTON TOWN COUNCIL. THE CONDITION OF THE TRAM TRACK. Lively Scene. HEALTH COMMITfEE AND INFANT MORTALITY.

There were several lively passages at the monthly meeting of the Warrington Town Council which was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday evening. The Mayor (Alderman Forshaw) presided and there were also present :—The Deputy Mayor (Alderman Smethurst); Aldermen, A. Bennett, W. Bolton
10 September 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

10 September 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
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10 September 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
LANCASHIRE. COMBINATION.

LANCASHIRE. COMBINATION.

' WARRINGTON "A "OpFS WELL.—Tbe Combination champions, though without the brothers Mclntyre and Benjamin, made short work of Leigh " A" at Warring. ton before 3,000 spectators. In the first half Leigh had the advantage of a strong breeze and making good use of the same they soon
10 September 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE TIME FOR PLANTING.

THE TIME FOR PLANTING.

The best time for planting evergroens is as soon as the young growths have ripened, -which is usually in October. The ground is then warm, the autumn rains have commenced. so that new roots are formed in the course of a week or two, and the. plants are well established before th
10 September 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
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07 May 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
160 ACRES COVERNMENT LAND

160 ACRES COVERNMENT LAND

FREE FOR FARMINC. Canadian Wheat realised this year 60'- an acre for an expenditure of 30,1- WORK FOR ALL FARM LABOURERS AND DOMESTIC SERVANTS. Canadian Institutions are Built on British Models. For free maps, pamphlets and full particulars, apply to Mr. A. F. JURY, Canadian Gov
07 May 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
FROM LABOUR'S STANDPOINT. By Philip Snowaen, NI P. REAL PROGRESS.

FROM LABOUR'S STANDPOINT. By Philip Snowaen, NI P. REAL PROGRESS.

With the passing of the Budget into law a distinct advance has been made towards the carrying out of the Labour programme. Those who are disposed to criticise the Labour Party because it does not make as much noise as they would like to hear, or because it does not move as far a
07 May 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
HAYDOCK LODGE ASYLUM.

HAYDOCK LODGE ASYLUM.

On behalf of the Haydock Lodge Asylum, Dr. Charles T. Street appealed against the assessment of the whole of the tuildings and land which he contended was excessive. The gross estimated rental was .£450, viz., land £3O, lodges £420, and the rateable value .E 399 10s. The valuer
07 May 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England