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RUNCORN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

RUNCORN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

Mr J Knowles, .T.P., presided over the usual fortnightly meeting of this Council, held at the Workhouse, Dutton, on Tuesday. There were also present : Admiral J.P. Jones-Parry, Messrs S Woodward, T Baxter, CE Linaker, J B Chadwick, T Wright, J Stokes, J Mclntyre, T D.rlington, J
18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
United Evangelical Communion Service.

United Evangelical Communion Service.

On Sunday evening the animist united communion in connection with the Evangelical Free Churches of War. ringtQn was held in the Emmanuel Church, Bold-street. Previous to the service the pulpits (at the evening service) of the following churches had been inter-changed, as follows
18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
FROM WARRIN4TO3

FROM WARRIN4TO3

Acton Bridge-710, 7 40, 8 28, 10 20, 12 10, 15, 255 20, 5 35,7 29. Sundays 10.15 a.m. Altaar and Elillhous€ -7 15 835, all 2,1 25, a 3 22.a4 0, a 6 15, a 7 15'a9 25, Sundays 9 31.2 5,8 55. a Stops if roqulrea. Birmingham (L & a 2 53. b 3 23, 7 10. 9,45 11 57 15, 25, 5 20, 7 20.
18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
WIDNES FIRST TEAM.

WIDNES FIRST TEAM.

FIXTURES AND SCORES. 1900. Sept. For Agst 1 Warrington home 3 6 8 Wigan away 0 8 15 Barrow 1 home 10 2 22 Swinton away 2 10 Leigh home 2 3 Oct. 6 Salford away 0 27 13 Runcorn.. home 10 0 27 Rochdale Hornets away 0 13 Nov. 3 Warrington(S.W.LAß.T.oupo.)ftway 7 20 10 Broughton Rang
18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
SOUTH LANCASHIRE VOLUNTEERS IN NATAL. No Work for the Doctor. Swimming Gala at Sundays River.

SOUTH LANCASHIRE VOLUNTEERS IN NATAL. No Work for the Doctor. Swimming Gala at Sundays River.

The South Lancashire Volunteer Service Company determined that if they were permitted to spend Christmas Gn Sundays River in the company of their own comnany,which they naturally prefer to any other, they would make it as enjoyable and as merry a day as possible- This, however,
18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
SERGE J A CKETS! SERGE JACKETS - Every workman should have one of celebrated 4s. 6d. Rere Tacirets, strong, warm,

SERGE J A CKETS! SERGE JACKETS - Every workman should have one of celebrated 4s. 6d. Rere Tacirets, strong, warm,

and comfortable; try them.-65, BYROM-STREET. Liverpool.
18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
R. HOLLINGWORTH AND CO., AND ENCAUSTIC TILE FIXERS. • 69, ST. JA.MES'-STREET, LATCHFORD. TILE AND MOSAIC PAVEMENTS.I TILES FOR WALLS,

R. HOLLINGWORTH AND CO., AND ENCAUSTIC TILE FIXERS. • 69, ST. JA.MES'-STREET, LATCHFORD. TILE AND MOSAIC PAVEMENTS.I TILES FOR WALLS,

HEARTHS, FLOORS, &c. References :—Warrington Cemetery Church and Chapel Pavements. WALL DADOING AND TILING A. SPECIALITY. Telegrams: " HOLLINGwORTIZ. Latchford."
18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
JOSEPH WOODWARD, BUILDER AND EMMY-STREET. WARRINGTON. Repairs to Property punctually attended to.

JOSEPH WOODWARD, BUILDER AND EMMY-STREET. WARRINGTON. Repairs to Property punctually attended to.

18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE FIRST GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY OF THE NEW CENTURY. HENRY WESTON, LIMITED, 33, BRIDGE STREET, WARRINGTON. ARE NOW HOLDING THEIR FIRST

THE FIRST GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY OF THE NEW CENTURY. HENRY WESTON, LIMITED, 33, BRIDGE STREET, WARRINGTON. ARE NOW HOLDING THEIR FIRST

ANNUAL WINTER SALE, AND GIVING. A BONUS OF 3s. IN THE 4 RETURNED TO EVERY CUSTOMER. COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BARGAINS. HENRY WESTON, LIMITED, 33, BRIDGE STREET, WARRINGTON.
18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PENDLEB URY AND CO. HOUSE FURNISHERS, NEAR CENTRAL STATION, WARRINGTON. BEG to inform the inhabitants of Warrington and District '

PENDLEB URY AND CO. HOUSE FURNISHERS, NEAR CENTRAL STATION, WARRINGTON. BEG to inform the inhabitants of Warrington and District '

that in order to cope with the demands of their Increasing Business, they have recently taken over the adjoining premises lately occupied by THOMAS BANKS AND Co., and the whole Establishment comprising over 15 Showrooms, is now replete with every description of HOUSEHOLD AND OFF
18 January 1901 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England