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THE IINIYEBBITY TESTS BILL.

THE IINIYEBBITY TESTS BILL.

TESTS BILL. Something akin to controversy was first raised on the secon, t clause, which defines the offices in the Universities fOr the holding of Which tests are to be abolished, , when Lord Emond ritzmaurice proposed to insert "headship of a college." • • Thereupon .Mr. Gladst
June 18, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
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June 18, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
RITNOORN IMPROVEMENT COMMISSIONERS.

RITNOORN IMPROVEMENT COMMISSIONERS.

ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Runcorn Improvement Commissioners .was held at the Board-room, Public Offices, on Wednesday last. W. W. Brundrrtt, Esq., i was elected chairman n the absence of C. Hazlehurst, Esq., and the following Were the commissioners and ratepayers
June 18, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
RUNCORN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

RUNCORN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

RUNCORN BOARD GUARDIANS. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Board was held at the Workhouse, Dutton, on Thursday. The Rev. Canon Barclay occupied the chair, and. J. S. Wilson, Esq., occupiedthe vice-chair. There were also presentthe Revs. W. H. Spencer, F. E. Belcombe, J. W. N.
June 18, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
SUBSCRIPTION in aid of the sufferers by the late FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION at Messrs. Roberts, Dale, and Co. It must

SUBSCRIPTION in aid of the sufferers by the late FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION at Messrs. Roberts, Dale, and Co. It must

be understood that many benevolent people, whose names are usually found in subscription lists, were not called upon, as the amount of money required was furnished by the undernamed : L s„ d. .£ s. d. C. J. Holmes, Whitecross (iron Mayor Messrs. Evans Friends, per Mr. Sons, and
June 18, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
CLEARANCE SALE. • R. ROBERTS, 19, BRIDGE STREET, WARRINGTON, S ELLING OFF a quantity of BOOTS AND SHOES, a little

CLEARANCE SALE. • R. ROBERTS, 19, BRIDGE STREET, WARRINGTON, S ELLING OFF a quantity of BOOTS AND SHOES, a little

soiled, at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Must be cleared away in a few days to make room for Spring and Summer Stock. .
June 18, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
COALS! COALS!! COALS !! ! BANK QUAY COAL YARD, WARRINGTON. 110ALS, Cannel, Coke, Nuts, and Slack, v from the Hulton

COALS! COALS!! COALS !! ! BANK QUAY COAL YARD, WARRINGTON. 110ALS, Cannel, Coke, Nuts, and Slack, v from the Hulton

Park and Wigan Collieries, can be had from the above yard. JOHN WEIR General Agent, 23, Golborne Street:Warrington.
June 18, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
BOROUGH JEWISH SCHOOLS.

BOROUGH JEWISH SCHOOLS.

On Sunday last, the annual distribution of prizes to the pupils of the above school took place at the Lecture Hall, Carter street, Mr. Barnett Meyers presiding. There were many of the friends of the school present, and the tout memble of the scene was exceedingly enlivening, and
June 24, 1870 - Jewish Record - London, London, England
 
WANTED A CLERK WHO UNDERSTAND! BOOKKEEPING. A preference will be given ' one who has been used to the watch

WANTED A CLERK WHO UNDERSTAND! BOOKKEEPING. A preference will be given ' one who has been used to the watch

business. Address, stating full particulars to I. Cohen and Co., 22, S I place, E.C. W U . s- ANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE Girl of the Jewish persuasion, age 20, a situatt: in a small family to make herself generally uge f c. wages no object, but a comfortable home. Address C., Jewis
June 24, 1870 - Jewish Record - London, London, England