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WHY DANES ARE COMING.

WHY DANES ARE COMING.

A correspondent of a contemporary, dealing with the fact that Danes are coming over to work on the land, sneers at the suggestion that these representatives of "ideal agricultural prosperity" should be willing to serve "the effete English farmer" for wages. A lot of irritating n
22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
SWEET SMELLING FLOWERS.

SWEET SMELLING FLOWERS.

How often do we find that many people, in filling their flower beds and borders, quite ignore the sweet smelling flowers, only giving place to those that are gaudy and bright? What more pleasing than to visit the garden of one who, recognising the value of fragrance, grows the n
22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Easter Offerings.

Easter Offerings.

The Bishop of Chester is sure that the laity of the diocese will understand and forgive his reminding them, in connection with Easter offerings, that the war brings to clerical incomes no profit, but by the increased price of commodities and heavier taxation seriously reduces st
22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
'Women's Liberal Association.

'Women's Liberal Association.

Among those who made donations to the whist drive held at the John Crosfield Memorial Ball -last week, in addition to those already announced, were: Mr. Andrew Rathbone, Mrs. Lindley, and Mrs. Nurse. The winner of the doll given by Mrs. Jones, Bewsey-road, was - Mrs. Monks, 83,
22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
DRUNKENNESS AND RESTRIC- TIONS.

DRUNKENNESS AND RESTRIC- TIONS.

Sir,—ln reply to Mr. Parkes: The four weeks immediately preceding the introduction of their restrictions is the period taken by the Control Board for purposes of comparison, as I stated. Mr. Parkes' comparison of five months in 1914 with five months in 1915 is not really of muc,
22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. HOUGHTON GREEN ODDFELLOWS,

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. HOUGHTON GREEN ODDFELLOWS,

At the annual meeting of the " Sir Gilbert Greenall " Lodge (Loyal Order of OddIellows), held at the Plough Inn, Houghton Green. on Saturday, Bro. George Mather, of Fearnhead, was elected President for the ensuing year. He has held the position of President of the society for. 4
22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
The Accounts.

The Accounts.

Mr. Bradshaw presented the Parish Council accounts, which showed that the year Was started with a balance in hand of £4 18s. 7d. while the balance now in hand was £4 12s. ad. The care of trees had cost £6 10s. The accounts of the overseers for the half-year ended 30th September,
22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
FAILED TO REPORT. Ex-Territorials Not Within Scope Of The Compulsion Act. HOWARD DISCHARGED.

FAILED TO REPORT. Ex-Territorials Not Within Scope Of The Compulsion Act. HOWARD DISCHARGED.

Thomas Howard, a well-known Socialist, 3, Precie.rick-etreet, who was arrested in the hills of Scotland last week on a charge of failing to report himself under the Military Service Act, ‘vaa again brought before the Borough Court, on Monday, and on the application of the Chief
22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
BABY "NOT STRONG."

BABY "NOT STRONG."

In reply to Mr. Steel, witness described the mother of the deceased as "not strong." The baby was prematurely horn and was very small. She - told accused that deceased was not strong and would require a lot of care. By Mr. J. Sefton, Liverpool (who watched the proceedings on beh
22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
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22 April 1916 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England