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FRODSHAM NEWS.

FRODSHAM NEWS.

Sir, —It is often said we live in a wonderful age. Very often things are weighed against gold. How much will it bring, is heard more frequently than how much good will it bring ? But Frodsham is a wonderful village. Last week the parishioners attended a meeting, which certainly
03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
14 - r SIIIP of WID •NES —GOVERNMENT TAXES.— V'ttr en - 7, 0 (1 Tax ' Tax Inhabited House

14 - r SIIIP of WID •NES —GOVERNMENT TAXES.— V'ttr en - 7, 0 (1 Tax ' Tax Inhabited House

Duty for the '„Mencing Ap , April 6th 1879, ending April 5, 1880.—Payday of January, 1880, for the whole of the said be collected forthwith. WILLIAM GILL, Collector. Widnes, Dec. 30, 1879.
03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
DURING THE SALE.—A very pretty Cheffonier SIDEBOARD, with glass panel in back, and very handsome carved supports, fitted with shelves,

DURING THE SALE.—A very pretty Cheffonier SIDEBOARD, with glass panel in back, and very handsome carved supports, fitted with shelves,

&c., a novel design, and will be delivered free of charge for RS. 16, BRIDGE STREET, DEANSGATE, MANCHESTER.
03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
JOHN WHITAKER, COMMERCIAL AND TEMPERANCE HOTEL. AND DINING ROOMS, GEORGE-STREET, ST. HELENS. GOOD BEDS.

JOHN WHITAKER, COMMERCIAL AND TEMPERANCE HOTEL. AND DINING ROOMS, GEORGE-STREET, ST. HELENS. GOOD BEDS.

03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
HATS HATS!! HATS !! ! HALL & SON, PRACTICAL HATTERS, The Note Hat Shop, MARKET GATE, WARRINGTON, have just received

HATS HATS!! HATS !! ! HALL & SON, PRACTICAL HATTERS, The Note Hat Shop, MARKET GATE, WARRINGTON, have just received

a Choice Stock of SILK, FELT. AND TWEED HATS For the ensuing Season, also a Large Assortment of Hard and Soft Felt Hats, at is, lid. and 2s, each.
03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, of seasoned wood, 7 feet long, with unusually brilliant plate-glass back, handsomely carved, fitted with wine bins, shelves,

MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, of seasoned wood, 7 feet long, with unusually brilliant plate-glass back, handsomely carved, fitted with wine bins, shelves,

,tc. Reduced price, 18 guineas, delivered.-11Arx's, 4. Commutation-row, Liverpool.
03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
t7—First-class Mahogany WARDROBE , 4 feet wide, • large glass door and drawer under, lined with chintz. Birch or walnut,

t7—First-class Mahogany WARDROBE , 4 feet wide, • large glass door and drawer under, lined with chintz. Birch or walnut,

same price.—Hall's, 55, Brunswick-road, Liverpool.
03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
COALS! CHEAP COALS!! Good House Us, 6d. per ton, delivered in Runcorn, Parlour 12s. 9d.; Best, 148.; Speakman's, 14s. 9d.

COALS! CHEAP COALS!! Good House Us, 6d. per ton, delivered in Runcorn, Parlour 12s. 9d.; Best, 148.; Speakman's, 14s. 9d.

POTTER & GARNETT, COAL, SALT, AND CLAY MERCHANTS, TOP LOCKS, RUNCORN. Terms Cash. Orders by post promptly attended to.
03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
ILAND N. W. RAILWAY.—TO CONTRACTORS.— . The Directors are prepared to receive TENDERS for the construction of a NEW ROAD

ILAND N. W. RAILWAY.—TO CONTRACTORS.— . The Directors are prepared to receive TENDERS for the construction of a NEW ROAD

about a quarter of a mile in length, together with retaining and fence wall at WINWICIC, near WARRINGTON. Full particulars can be obtained at the office of the Company's Engineer, Edge Hill Station, Liverpool. Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and marked outside "Tender for
03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
EPPS'S COCOA.—" Morning Advertiser" says :—"ln the middle of the seventeenth century an announcement appeared in one of the few

EPPS'S COCOA.—" Morning Advertiser" says :—"ln the middle of the seventeenth century an announcement appeared in one of the few

journals of that period, to the effect that out of Bishopsgate-street. at a Frenchman's, house, is an excellent West India drink, called Chocolate to be sold at reasonable rates.' This is the first record we have of the introduction of cocoa into England. For a time it flourishe
03 January 1880 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England