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ST. MARY'S UNITED v. CRAVEN SWIFTS.

ST. MARY'S UNITED v. CRAVEN SWIFTS.

The above teams met on the ground of the former on Saturday. The Swifts won the toss, and elected to play with the wind in their favour. Hayman kicked off for the Saints, who soon made an attack on the visitors' goal, the custodian being called upon in the first few minutes to s
11 September 1901 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
WALLAHEY.

WALLAHEY.

E. S. Hunt. c Holbrook b filpsacer F. Nelsen, lbw b Holbrook CI. Stephenson, b Holbrook H. Hindle, c Holbrook 0 •••• - n Rev. K. E. /3odington. not out .104 J. Braithwaite. b Holbrook F. W. Calloway. not out ............. -- 24 Patna Total for 5 wine —. 217 Innings ciosed. W. A.
11 September 1901 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
BIRKENHEAD HIGH SGIIOOL, VILLAGE-ROAD, OTTON. Haat, KISS ANDERSON This School trill open under the management et the Public, Day School

BIRKENHEAD HIGH SGIIOOL, VILLAGE-ROAD, OTTON. Haat, KISS ANDERSON This School trill open under the management et the Public, Day School

Company Lt 4, for the AUTUMN TERM, ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH NIXT. The Head blistrese will be at the school to one parents of Intended pupils on September 13th sad 16th from 2-30 to 6 p.m. grospectuate and forma of applioetlon tor admission owl be obtained from the secretary of
11 September 1901 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
IMPRESSIONS.

IMPRESSIONS.

It was not a great game by any stretch of imagination, and, except the ardent supporters of the home team, no one got value for their money. If the majority of the senior clubs were to be weighed in the Radcliffe scales there would be poor hopes of support for the game in this d
11 September 1901 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
PERSONS WANTED

PERSONS WANTED

24 Words—Once, ed.; Three times, ls. kOOLKY sad Provnioug • resosetable Junior or lispruver ; good refereemes.—J. Turtle, 8, Cireeneray-road. Higher lts, men. 2506eep1lion URNKRAL Wanted, Ltdd J Navin' Hotel, St. Pears -rood. Rook Ferry. 110pOY Wanted; one juit left mehool prefe
18 September 1901 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
THE AUTUMN EXHIBITION

THE AUTUMN EXHIBITION

The thirty-first Liverpool Autumn Exhibition of pictares was opened on Saturday, end has attracted a good number of visitors during the succeeding days. There are a considerable number of pictures by local artists. As usual, the " News" will discuss these in a series of articles
18 September 1901 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
PRESIDENT 11WKINLEY'S DEATH.

PRESIDENT 11WKINLEY'S DEATH.

PULPIT REFERUNCES IN BIRKENHEAD. Many Birkenhead ministers on Sunday last made appropriate pulpit reference° to the death of President M`Kinley. The news seemed to ailed everyone alike with a feeling of sympathy with the American nation.
18 September 1901 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. THEATRI ROYAL

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. THEATRI ROYAL

"A Little Outcast," from the jojnt pans of Masses. C. A. Clarke and H. R. Sava, which this week make, its first appearance on the stage of the above theatre, is a drama I wetten with considerable skill, and should create a good impression during its stny, its reception on Monday
18 September 1901 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
– gr. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. NENI IN'rEODUCED.

– gr. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. NENI IN'rEODUCED.

- gr. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. IN'rEODUCED. es connection with St. Andrew's Presby- Church, Conway-street, a new era was 'shre d upon on Sunday last, the occasion the introduction of the Cameron, In the morning the new minister was ' by the Rev. Dr. Howie, of Giestositi who
18 September 1901 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England