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VALE ROYAL. IN CHESHIRE. By J. H. COOKE

VALE ROYAL. IN CHESHIRE. By J. H. COOKE

Thin Kook gives an seenunt of the line of Ike I llonka at Vale Royal. In Cheshire; also at !brim Priory. Runoorn; and the Nuns at Nt. Mary's Nunnery. Chester. It h , beautifully Illustrated. and ban two onloured platen which have never been produced balm*. It has hewn reviewed h
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
TWICE PER WEEK. WEDNESDAY • SATURDAY.

TWICE PER WEEK. WEDNESDAY • SATURDAY.

TWICE PER WEEK. WEDNESDAY SATURDAY. Otte week. 2 weeks. 2 weeks. 4 weeks Words l/6 2111 6/2. 5/- 50 Words 213 612. II2 716 Full Scala on Application. rites. Advertisements are inserted in the Thirteeen Newspapers published in nonnection witb the "Guardian," circulated tbrouphout
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE BY DEALERS.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE BY DEALERS.

QIIPERB German °ventral's Plano, steel frame. k ipotesi... -SS, St net. Weariness .• •E SOLO.-LANDS, FAHMS. HOUSES SHOPS, WORKS, &.. L()R SALE, near Oxford, Farm, 419 arra; e.cell'nt land, how, bnlldlore• level: Cottages s;eßeilifie Itatlor7 two mks. —A Rey Andeacto, re. Dyer-st
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
00 FOR THE BU: :'COP.

00 FOR THE BU: :'COP.

But the price paid for hay is by no means in accordance with its Meiling value; rousenuently the cutting of the vlOll 14 not dependent upon the chemical analyek The soundest practice is to go out for a big crop, and, if it is • little old, to stack it a little flesh. so as to ge
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
FAT STOCK.

FAT STOCK.

Prime quality cattle have been in very good demand all the week, making in some ram, as Mach as 474, per live cwt., while at York, out of tut hearts in the market. 1011 of the lied quality averaged 42.. 9d. per live rat. general rut« for really well-foil animals prints quality n
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
DEATH OF MISSIONARY BISHOP.

DEATH OF MISSIONARY BISHOP.

Dr. Tucker. hate Bishop of Uganda. died anddenly on Monday evening. He was taken aeriously ill white in the cloisters of Westminster' Abbey in the afternoon, and wan removed to the Deanery, where he died shortly after five o'clock in the evening. The Right Rev Alfred Robert Tuck
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
MILK REcORIM.

MILK REcORIM.

The following is the milk ;word of the 61 Potts kept: Over 11011 gallons, two rows; between 800 and 990. three; between 7110 and NO& Peven; between 0110 and 7110. sixteen; between 560 and 600, fourteen; between 450 and soo. four; between 4110 and 450, six; between 350 and 400, f
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
INYPERSLEY r, Ij.EXA!!JDRA,

INYPERSLEY r, Ij.EXA!!JDRA,

Played at Kuypersley on Saturday. Bcores: Bourne I. Lewis PO, E Hodson Price h Lewv. 9, Sellgeick v Cape h Price O. E 'reinstall o Lewis Price 0, J E Whoop r and Walker S, H Simpson c Lewin Walker 4, E klosedale h Price 11, R Bates c Walker Is :Sterrenton 14, E Belson h Lewis 1,
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
TI PERLEY v. TIIE WESTERN.

TI PERLEY v. TIIE WESTERN.

At Tit;l;triey --- o;B;itt;iliy..P.;;;;; 7 ' . *limperley.—F Church lbw h P Alteltnerdine le, E Chum!) lbw h P Rbelmertlino Pt. H Henshell r Mainprire h J Shelmerdine 10. F Clayton h P Rhohnertline S. ShuttlPunrth I. Renshaw W. 0 P Turner Mao:Laren h Renshaw 7. Dr. Tattersall oa
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
CIIINIIIKB EDUCATION OUAILIITFIL Tim mutably meeting waa held at Crewe uu Myatt.), Dr. W. Hodgson (chairman) 'academe. OKANTS TO UNIVERSITIEs.

CIIINIIIKB EDUCATION OUAILIITFIL Tim mutably meeting waa held at Crewe uu Myatt.), Dr. W. Hodgson (chairman) 'academe. OKANTS TO UNIVERSITIEs.

At a meeting of the Higher Education Stile committee it was reported that the grants nook to the univereities tit Manchester and Liverpool by the Cheshire County Council had been as tollues: For the year embus March, 1912, .4:400 each; year eliding March, 1913, each; year ending
16 June 1914 - Runcorn Guardian - Runcorn, Cheshire, England