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HOSPITAL SUNDAY. Incremed Contributions From

HOSPITAL SUNDAY. Incremed Contributions From

Places Of Worship,; A xnecting of the Hospital Sunday Committee was held at the Infirmary on .Wednesday Mr. J. H. Smethurst presiding, \ Mr. Henry Collin, the hon. secretary, submitted his report., for, the .past year. He said that ,0365 9s. had been 4deived from places of WorSh
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
SCHOOL'S PROGRESS.

SCHOOL'S PROGRESS.

The Stockton Lodge High School held the annual distribution of certificates and prizes on Wednesday afternoon in the Co-operative Hall, Sankey-street. There was a large gathering of parents and friends, and the chair was taken by the Principal Miss Partington. , . PRINCIPAL'S RE
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PENKETH. DANeING GRAND Special New DANCING ! it.

PENKETH. DANeING GRAND Special New DANCING ! it.

Many young men and women were placed in situations of unsuitable nature and temptations appeared on every hand, and those so placed found it hard to steer clear. Near the close of the service he referred to the Discharged Soldiers. All honour to them, he said, for their bravery
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
TILE BALANCEP PLATE..

TILE BALANCEP PLATE..

Another good trieg. in balancing is that in which a plate is balanced on the point of a, needle. The illustration will afforil all the explanation that is necessary. , Split two ‘, corks down the middle, Insert a fork near one 3nd of each, and plea; hem at equal distances )und t
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Christmas for the Little Folks.

Christmas for the Little Folks.

CHRISTMAS EVE. When dolls ind bears are all in bed And fast asleep at night, Old Father Christmas creeps upstairs With footsteps soft and light. He brings them many a pretty toy To make their Christmas bright. A ball, a train, a top for Ted, A soldier, and some books; For Dollie
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
HOCKEY NOTES. STOCKTON HEATH.

HOCKEY NOTES. STOCKTON HEATH.

'Stockton Heath were completely off their game last Saturday, and were beaten 5-3 by Manchester University, who had a very good side out. The University forwards combined well, and Coulthurst and Ransome were in top form on the wings. A goal came to the visitors at tho commencem
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
ASSOCIATION. NOTES ON THE GAMES.

ASSOCIATION. NOTES ON THE GAMES.

In Association circles last week there was a change of fare, cup-ties being more prominent than League matches. At Atherton Quay Monks, Hall and Skelrnersdale Rangers met in the fist round of the Liverpool Challenge Cup. The visitors are members of the newly-formed ;..annaehire
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
SENDERS OF STOCK.

SENDERS OF STOCK.

The following is a list of senders of stock : Penketh : William Norcott, James Ditchfield. Burtonwood : Walter, Noreott and W. Haslam. 7 Theawall : W, Peter Rylands, E. Ilewitt, , A. Morris, and W. and R. Warburton. Appleton: P. and J. Knowles, T. Ditchfield, J. P. .Darbyshire,
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PARK PALACE, SANKEY-STREET. WARRINGTON, Proprietor and Manager: A. DEARDEN. The Cosiest Picture Theatre in Town. MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY: DAROLD

PARK PALACE, SANKEY-STREET. WARRINGTON, Proprietor and Manager: A. DEARDEN. The Cosiest Picture Theatre in Town. MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY: DAROLD

LOCKWOOD IN THE GREAT ROMANCE. TIIURSDAY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY: A GREAT PICTURE A 1 HOUSE DIVIDED. SPECIAL NOTICE.--Monday and Saturday, twice, nightly. at 6.40 sod 6.40. Other nights continuous, 6.80 to 10.30. Matinees Daily at 5
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
OUR XMAS CAKES are made from one of the richest of recipes and the finest and purest ingredients. Pure Butter,

OUR XMAS CAKES are made from one of the richest of recipes and the finest and purest ingredients. Pure Butter,

Eggs, Sugar, Fruit and Flavouring, mixed in such a way that the most dainty results are secured. Almond Paste plays an important part in our celebrated Xmas Cakes, which is unrivalled for purity and flavour.
24 December 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England