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D R. J. COLLIS BROWNE' CHLORODYNE. THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. CHLORODYNE is admitted by the Profession to be the

D R. J. COLLIS BROWNE' CHLORODYNE. THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. CHLORODYNE is admitted by the Profession to be the

most wonderfal and valuable remedy ever die covered. (MILORODYNE is tbe best remedy known for %.) Coughs, Consumption. Bronchitis and Asthma. CULORODYNE effectually checks and arrests those too often fatal t diseases—Diphtheria, Fever. group, Ague. CELLORODYNE acts like a chum i
31 May 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
" WAR AND POLICY."

" WAR AND POLICY."

The above is the title of a most thoughtful and instructive work from the pen of Mr Speneer Wilkinson, the Well-known military expert of the Morning Post," and which has been published by Messrs A Constable and Co., at 152: The war still 'erags on, and in the view of many people
12 April 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
ILO 13t tat.

ILO 13t tat.

-•1 PENKETH.--Cotta.ges 4e Od., 3e. 9d. and Is. Bd. pez week - . BANK STRBET OFFICE, £5 room. OFFICES SANKkuY STREET. OFFICES MARKET STREET Apply ROBERT Lowz, Estate Agent,No. 1 Bank•stroet War' Siagton. Telephone—No 55. rpo LIU good HOUSE in Derby-street, rent 4e 6d.—Apply I. W
12 April 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
CONDITIONS.

CONDITIONS.

What we consider the best and cleverest verses will be awarded prizes as above in their respective order of merit. The verses must be sent, post paid, on or before 30th May, 1901, and accompanied by a . receipt for something used for spring cleani , ,g, bought at any of the bran
12 April 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
FRODSHAM•

FRODSHAM•

"THE SuAntwa SEASON."—IC is by no means summer, but on Good Friday it would have been quite appropriate to say the Frodsham summer season commenced, for ideal weather prevailed. On Monday, however, conditions were not so favoutable, the morning beim: windy and showery and the af
12 April 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
NOTES BY THE WAY AT EARLESTOWN. [BY A COBREBPONDENT]

NOTES BY THE WAY AT EARLESTOWN. [BY A COBREBPONDENT]

The vestry meetings which have so far been held in this district have passed over without any unto ward incident. This is in sharp contrast to the proceedings at some of the local churches a few years back. Now, however, everything passes off very orderly, and the vicars and war
12 April 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
ANC HESTE R GRAMMAR SCHOOL FBR 24 4s. PER TIMM. The TERM began WEDERSDAY, APRIL 10th. Prospectuses, Forms of Application,

ANC HESTE R GRAMMAR SCHOOL FBR 24 4s. PER TIMM. The TERM began WEDERSDAY, APRIL 10th. Prospectuses, Forms of Application,

ac., may be had the Sabool. N.B.—The Boarding-house in connection with the School, is situated in Higher Broughton. OWRN W. COX, Receiver.
12 April 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
/ lIIIL-BLO finest Chilblain neater invented. Instantly ‘J stops itching, broicen or unbroken, great prevention. Box posted Is lid.—F J

/ lIIIL-BLO finest Chilblain neater invented. Instantly ‘J stops itching, broicen or unbroken, great prevention. Box posted Is lid.—F J

6to 9 Westgate, Worksop.
12 April 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
£5, £7, £lO, '.EW £3O, £5O, £lOO. ikDVANCEB MADE PRIVATELY to TRADES. MEN, FARMERS, WORKINGMEN, and all Respectatie Householders, en

£5, £7, £lO, '.EW £3O, £5O, £lOO. ikDVANCEB MADE PRIVATELY to TRADES. MEN, FARMERS, WORKINGMEN, and all Respectatie Householders, en

their own security, without delay, on your simple written promise to pay back. FAIR AND HONOURABLE DEALINGS. EVERY INFORMATION FREELY GIVEN. M. COWEN, VICTORIA CHAMBERS, WIDNES. FOOT OF CENTRAL STATION. MANAGER; JOHN E. GOOD WIN. N.B.—Established at this Address Twenty Years
12 April 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
McDO UG AIL'S PATBDIT SE LF—RAISING FLOUR 13WIT"PAITHREy.

McDO UG AIL'S PATBDIT SE LF—RAISING FLOUR 13WIT"PAITHREy.

WOMEN'S CHAI. The tour of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York through Canada. which will be the subjoat of more than one little souvenir book, will help to call attention to that country, as a field for the emigration of women. Miss E Lewthwaite, who went out to Western Ca
04 October 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England