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January 29, 1902 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER HISTORICAL I SHAKESPEARE'S COUNTRY. PAGEANT.

CHESTER HISTORICAL I SHAKESPEARE'S COUNTRY. PAGEANT.

USEFUL INFORMATION. The Chester Pageant's Committee's advice to everyone interested in the ""Teat event of next July ie " Book early; book often." . . Complete arrangements for the booking of 'seats have been made and a phenomenal demand is expected. Full arrangements are also b
March 5, 1910 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
REV. WILLIAM WATSON AND THE BIBLE SOCIETY.

REV. WILLIAM WATSON AND THE BIBLE SOCIETY.

The annual meeting of the Liverpool Anxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held in the Liverpool Town Hall on Monday, under the -presidency of the Lord .Mayor (Alderman W. H. 'Williams). The hon. fiegretary of Allis auxiliary is the Rev. B. C. Jackson. vicar of S
March 5, 1910 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
DEATH OF MRS- HARRIET EMMA ROBERT&

DEATH OF MRS- HARRIET EMMA ROBERT&

We regret to record the death Of the estimable person., which event took place on Sanday, February She was the wifo Of OoOtaili P. Roberts, daughter of ' the William Hugh Rome, ship owner. Bank, Angrai e teringeat sister of the Rev. It. Leigh the Manse, Roll. Wrexham, and aunt o
March 5, 1910 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
feet. Soine hundreds of men irill, it is anticipated, employed for nearly six months, for the dock bottom is almost

feet. Soine hundreds of men irill, it is anticipated, employed for nearly six months, for the dock bottom is almost

entirely composed of rock, necessitating laborious cutting and SOMO blasting. The work was (altered upon on Wednesday, the contractors being a Preuton firm. It is clear that a, very serviceable corps of special constables could be recruited from the members of the Town Council.
March 5, 1910 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 

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EARL SHREWSBURY.

EARL SHREWSBURY.

warrior, mentioned by Sbakespeare. His lordship is, of course, one of the three largest landowners of Birkenhead, owning some hundreds of acres in the Oxton triet. Lord Shrewsbury is a noted sportsman, a famous mach, ardent. motorist, a keen polo player, and a follower of the Ch
March 5, 1910 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
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March 5, 1910 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
I ZINGARI LEAGUE.

I ZINGARI LEAGUE.

Div isloa .1. Marine Balnyinal Orrell r. L .... 12 7 1 4 34 11 18 9 8 U 1 22 4 17 13 6 4 3 NI 14 15 Marlborough 0.8 12 5 3 4 26 18 14 Brow. P00l Litberland Vie. Li6eard Central Valkyrie L'pool Caledonians 11 2 5 4 11 17 8 Prenton Melrose Results of matrhes played last Saturday:
March 5, 1910 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
PYKE CUP SEMI-FINALS.

PYKE CUP SEMI-FINALS.

The of tb. Pyke Cup o'ovapet Rion have bAeu a rrauged as Harrowby v. Burn*ll's Ironworks, at Mill. lane. Cheiter Castle v. Egrement or Hoylake, at the Docks ruckaoure. ' March 12th, 3.30 p.m.. Extra time iu of a dra%.
March 5, 1910 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
HOYLAKE AND WEST KIRBY. WEST KIRBY FEELINGS

HOYLAKE AND WEST KIRBY. WEST KIRBY FEELINGS

As two districts rapidly merging into one, Iloylake and %Vest Kirby have als•ays been on the friendliest of terms, but certain side lights, on the recent Hoyle Lake Scheme Meeting bring one to the conclusion that • the Kuhyites had something up their sleeve. As a molt . West Kir
March 5, 1910 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England