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08 August 1914 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE PEDIGREE LAYER.

THE PEDIGREE LAYER.

There is always a grave danger -- ci:l;en buying new stock to have comparatively . poor birds palmed one as pedigree layers, wonderful stories being told of how the birds themselves, or else their parents, produced 200 or more eggs the previous season. One of the difficulties of
08 August 1914 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Tradesmen Who Deliver Their Goods on Wheels. HEALTH-GIVING CYCLING.

Tradesmen Who Deliver Their Goods on Wheels. HEALTH-GIVING CYCLING.

Money is certainly useful and the more we have of the currency of the realm the better we are pleased. The pace at which we live nowadays is much greater than it was even a decade ago, and we are aIL striving after money and what , it can do for us. Even so, but when we think ab
08 August 1914 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Flowers in the Arctic.

Flowers in the Arctic.

the Arctic . " i; not bare and lifeless. Mr. Aubrey Fullerton, in an article in the curtient "Chamber's Journal," tells that flowers there are legion. The view of the topmost country, as seen while coasting along the Arctic shore in July and August, is normally a view of long gr
08 August 1914 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE SECRET CAVE.

THE SECRET CAVE.

Milly Penrose and her brotlier Bob lived uith their grandmother and their 'Uncle Jack in an old rambling house, which had been built . in the time of Queen Elizabeth. The house was about two miles from a little village in Cornwall, and stood upon a cliff above the sea, very lone
08 August 1914 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Power made in the very act of asking us to j9in it in breaking treaty obligations to another nation. And

Power made in the very act of asking us to j9in it in breaking treaty obligations to another nation. And

so the Government have their consciences and all parties in the State behind them. We shall present a united front to the enemy such as our annals have rarely witnessed. When madmen are let loose upon humanity, humanity, as a body, must look to itself. No effort will be spared t
08 August 1914 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Howard Place.

Howard Place.

At the Town Council meeting on Tuesday the Sanitary Works Committee will report . that they have accepted the tenders of Messrs. J. Broadhurst and Sons, for the erection of urinals in Lovely-lane at ,2105, and in Howardplace at £3OO. The Town Hall, Parks and Baths Committee have
08 August 1914 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
INCREASING THE ARMY AND NAVY.

INCREASING THE ARMY AND NAVY.

Mr. Asquith also asked on behalf of Lord Kitchener, the new War Secretary, for power to increase the Army by half a million men , and for 67,000 more men for the Navy. HEALTH INSURANCg OF RESERVES AND TERRITORIALS.
08 August 1914 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
PRAISE FOR THE MEN.

PRAISE FOR THE MEN.

A detach - mn - t i le — ft - the Barracks the previous night, under the command of Captain Evans. Major Green, who is in command of the Barracks, the depot of the "South Lancashires" in an interview, said the manner in which the men had come in had been surprising"most extraord
08 August 1914 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England