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T HE ST. HELENS EXAMINER . . AND PRESCOT ANDHUYTON NEWS. _

T HE ST. HELENS EXAMINER . . AND PRESCOT ANDHUYTON NEWS. _

T HE ST. HELENS EXAMIN ER . . AND PRESCOT ANDHUYTON NEWS. _ WESLEY SOPtgatrOL, BOLD-ST., SERVICES 20.31011R0W (SUNDAY) la.r.EB Wm. 6-30. 3n nfternnon, at 2-30. THE Cnltectinns at edsvine for schonl pußbte IiALL, WARRINGTON DYSON'S DIORAMAS GIPSY CHOIR. WPRX. NAGNIFICRNY PICTURNS,
08 June 1889 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
OPENING OF THE PARIS AN EARLY INSPECTION IS INVITED.

OPENING OF THE PARIS AN EARLY INSPECTION IS INVITED.

J. & W. DUTTON,
08 June 1889 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
TILE EXAMINER. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1889. The Universal Verdict of the Press of London.

TILE EXAMINER. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1889. The Universal Verdict of the Press of London.

08 June 1889 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
_ 46 T_TOW TO ENSLRE HEALTH" A medical doNl• alrlua ;desorption. Instructions of all kinds of deLility. free. stamod-Address D.

_ 46 T_TOW TO ENSLRE HEALTH" A medical doNl• alrlua ;desorption. Instructions of all kinds of deLility. free. stamod-Address D.

8.., IS. Lansdale-soap, land.. 70, MARKIITSTRBET. MANCHESTER. ANZER COOKE R ss. ro 23 38. Od. WANZER LAMPS, 100. 64. Non-Eodwilie, No Chimneys. Cooks a fur eight people in 231.ra. ; one farthing. Putout kilvieN during I. Summer ;malls. DAMEN COOKERS LAMP CTrebli SAVE MONEY. COAL
08 June 1889 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
T E S. FRYER'S UNSURPASSED 2s. TEA. A DELICIOUS BLEND OF INDIAN TEAS. S. FRYER (Late 1. 0. helm.). DEALER

T E S. FRYER'S UNSURPASSED 2s. TEA. A DELICIOUS BLEND OF INDIAN TEAS. S. FRYER (Late 1. 0. helm.). DEALER

AND FAMILY GROCER. ST. BRIDGEST.. RUNCORN.
08 June 1889 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
DISAGREEABLE GRASS.

DISAGREEABLE GRASS.

In some parts of the New Mexico there grows a grass which produces a somniferous effect on the animals that graze upon it. Horses, after eating the grass, in nearly all cases, sleep standing, while cows and sheep almost invariably lie flown. It has occasionally happened that tra
27 July 1895 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
HEALTH AND COLOUR.

HEALTH AND COLOUR.

Whistler's yellow room may have been artistic, but it could not have been healthy. Yellows are best suited for halls or vestibules, but should pot be used extensively in the dwelling. Being non-absorbents of light, and acting as strong reflectors these colours will be found part
27 July 1895 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Women and Cricket.

Women and Cricket.

A few weeks ago Mrs. Grundy (or was it Mr. ?) was shrieking with horror at the audacity and impropriety of girls playing football. It is not so many years ago since the same indignant howl went up on account of the lady cricketers. But the outraged feelings have subsided since t
27 July 1895 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
OAS WORKS.

OAS WORKS.

The gas works show - a - Prat — On the year of £12,118 I.l‘. 80., and the income includes £37,760 is. 61. for gas, £847 us. 51, for meter rents, £2,525 lls. 11d., for tar productions, and these with various other items makes a total of £53,868 Os. BAd. Wages and repairs have req
27 July 1895 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE EXAMINER, SATURDAY, JULY 27 1895

THE EXAMINER, SATURDAY, JULY 27 1895

were each fined 2s. 6. and costs.--James Anderson and John Brennan, of Salford, were charged with attempting to pick pockets on Saturday night on Eariestown Station. Detective-Sergeant Goode, and Detective Kynaston of the Railway Company, gave evidence which went to show that th
27 July 1895 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England