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SPRIN G, I9lo.—New Illustrated Catalogue of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, now ready; post free on application ; contains novelties in

SPRIN G, I9lo.—New Illustrated Catalogue of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, now ready; post free on application ; contains novelties in

vegetables and flowers; largest assortment of newest sweet peas.— (3 F.ORGE STARKEY, Market place, Warrington.
09 April 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
lIINALREDUCTION.—King Frost, Arteg Aughton, Orniskirk, has reduced price of EGGS from his Prize Pen of White Orpingtons, also from his

lIINALREDUCTION.—King Frost, Arteg Aughton, Orniskirk, has reduced price of EGGS from his Prize Pen of White Orpingtons, also from his

magnificent Pen of Record Laying Prize White Wyandotteg, from 10s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. per sitting. VOGS for sitting at Draper's Poultry Farm. Our stock is selected from the best laying strains and can supply eggs from the following pure breeds :—Ruli and White Orpingtons, Black and
09 April 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
6 DREADNOUGHT ' Lady's and Gents' Keyless Lever WATCHES, Nickel or oxydibed, guaranteed correct time-keepersk the very best ever sold,

6 DREADNOUGHT ' Lady's and Gents' Keyless Lever WATCHES, Nickel or oxydibed, guaranteed correct time-keepersk the very best ever sold,

58. post free.—(Wholesale Dept.), DAY'S, Camden House, Eastbourne. Agents required. SPISCIAL Cash Purchase, 350 Gents' Keyless Lever Watches to be cleared. Nickel. cases, 3s. 6d.; Gunmetal cases, 3s. 9d. postage 3d. extra. Warranted for seven years.—GOODRICK'S, Thir*k.
09 April 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
COLWYN BAY.—APARTMENTS, facing sea,—Mrs. WRIGLEY and Miss BROMILEY, Brig-y-Don, East Parade; most.bracing position in the Bay. NTOWTH WALES. —Comfortable APARTMENTS.

COLWYN BAY.—APARTMENTS, facing sea,—Mrs. WRIGLEY and Miss BROMILEY, Brig-y-Don, East Parade; most.bracing position in the Bay. NTOWTH WALES. —Comfortable APARTMENTS.

11 Large darkroom and accessories for amateurs. Terms moderate.—MAY, Brookfield terrace, Pvcllbeli. INVEST KlRBY.—Sitting and Bedroom to Let, V V furnished; south aspect, near promenade; terms moderate.—ll, VICTORIA RD.
09 April 1910 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE PEARLY NAUTILUS.

THE PEARLY NAUTILUS.

geferring to the pearly nautilus, their shells are commou in the warm . sea -of • the tiouth Pacific .Ocean, but the animals themselves arc rare. The shell is a spiral iii.one plone• and is chambered, in the last which animal lives. , ! A s .tho, animal grows it forms a.--tiew p
14 February 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE EXAMINER. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1929 HEFFERSTON GRANGE. POST OFFICE HOLD-OP. Mr. S. Gough Raises Objections To The Scheme.

THE EXAMINER. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1929 HEFFERSTON GRANGE. POST OFFICE HOLD-OP. Mr. S. Gough Raises Objections To The Scheme.

The Town Council having purchased Hefferston Grange .and .Estate, '-near:Northwich, for .£13,395, and now proposing to expend £25,898 in adjusting it and also building new premises for the purposes of a sanatorium, Dr. F. R. Seymour, of the Ministry of Health, held an inquiry in
14 February 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
RECORD TRADE RETURNS.

RECORD TRADE RETURNS.

Although rising prices account for the larger figures that must now be used in speaking of our' international trade, it is a source of comfort to know that we are soaring into new records and that there is every promise of this country, given time and something like fair treatme
14 February 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
MR. J. D. EDMOND.

MR. J. D. EDMOND.

but left in May, 1916, to take up the position of works mechanic under Mr. J. Crowther, at the Wallasey Gas Works. Joining the Royal Engineers in August, 1916, he was sent to Ireland in May, 1918. In the following August he went out with the first expedition to Russia, returning
14 February 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England