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WILL DELIVER FREE AT YOUR

WILL DELIVER FREE AT YOUR

DOOR, This handsome, rich-toned Piano on receipt of I 01 1 6 The first monthly payment, and guarantee 3 it for 25 years. Discount for Casa. Pilot D Catalogues sent free to any readers of The Warrington Examiner organs and Harmoniums, 5/- per month. "WOMEN'S CHAT." The lie - r:ri
05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
FIXTURES AND SCORES.

FIXTURES AND SCORES.

POINTS % FOR ACM Sept. 2—Warrington h 9—Widnes h 0 3 16.—Swinton h 23—LancastAr home. 30—Broughton Rangers a Oct. 7—Rochdale Hornets a 0 7 14—Wigan h 21—Stockport h 28—Widnes a Nov. 4—Wigan a 11 Salford h 18—Tyldesley h Abandoned 25—Stockport a 2- -Tyldesly h Dec. 9 —Ola ham h l
05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
NEWS OF THE G.A.NIE.

NEWS OF THE G.A.NIE.

LONDON WANDERERS' CHAMPIONSHIP. - Mr. At- Wag won the fourth game in his match with Mr. A Jordan for the possession of the Stephens Cup and the above title. Present core:s Atwell one win, Jordan none, three games drawn, with two yet to pla.v. THE EICrF/TEI SCOTTISH TOURNAMENT.—P
05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
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05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL. Sale of the Duke's Dock, Liverpool. Terms of the Agreement.

MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL. Sale of the Duke's Dock, Liverpool. Terms of the Agreement.

A copy of the agreement which has been recently entered into between the Manchester Ship Canal Cornpar,y and the Mersey Docks and Harbaur Board has been deposited for , :entirmation by Parliament next session. Coder this agreement the Ship Canal Company,aa owners of property kno
05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
BROOKE, BOND'S TEA IS THE TEA FOR THE NEW OENTURYe

BROOKE, BOND'S TEA IS THE TEA FOR THE NEW OENTURYe

The "Daily Mail" War Corres; pondent says that just Wore the order to retire was given at the battle of Colenso, the Dublin Fusiliers had been preparing for a bayonet charge, the men standing up to inspire each other with confl-, deuce and shouting "Let's make a name for burselv
05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Botrie4tu Rorrbants, Srr.

Botrie4tu Rorrbants, Srr.

"WANTED a Glerienl SERVANT. 18 to 24 ; family four.— Y 24, LEVLAND•ROAD. Southport. WANTED, gotrd GENERAL. 20 to 25.—Apply GREENFIELD Enfield-street, Pembertln, Wigan. WANTICD Good General S RV XNT, to do plain 000kinZ. small wash, two in family.—Apply 69, TALESTSTREET, Southpor
05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
REPORT ON THR CANAL BOATS ACTS.

REPORT ON THR CANAL BOATS ACTS.

The following report by the Inspector as to the execution of the Canal Boat i Act, was recommended for adoption by the Market and Cemetery Committee : "My Lords and Gentlemen,—l am directed be the Urban District Council of Runcorn to present to you the following report as to the
05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Congratulatory Speeche3 at Warrington.

Congratulatory Speeche3 at Warrington.

His Honour Gwynn e James held his first court at Warrington on Thursday morning There was a large attendance of solicitors, including Messrs. Lont - zton, Browne, Jenkins, Forshqw, Dobson, Longland, Unsworth, Fowler, Steele, Wallhead, Roberts, Draper, and E. A. White. When his H
05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
MINOR CASES.

MINOR CASES.

Warrington Borough Court. PRIDAY.—Befo:e the Mayor (in the chair), Alderman Writ/ht. Councillor Smethurst. and Mr J. Hepherd. PILFERING AN AUTOmATIC MACHINE. - Joseph Frederick Plumb. Stutcher's-lane, and Arthur Langstaff, 325. Knutsford-road, fifteen years of ag , , were charge
05 January 1900 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England