of the competition was-1, Besses-o'-th'-Barn ; 2, Heywood Rifles; 3, Burslem ; 4, Silverdale Temperance; 5, Hanley Excelsior. / Mr. Lawton, the judge of the contest, made very copious notes of the performances, from which he came to his conclusions. The bands played according to
August 11, 1888 - Nantwich, Sandbach & Crewe Star - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
Room, open on Friday and Saturday evenings. hamar, J. MARSLAND ; and your oldfriend, HARRY DIGGOT F, in the Chair. Excellent accommodation for Football Clubs and Visitors. EAST'S FOR GENUINE SMOKED WILTSHIRE BACON. '3 5 • , IL L STREE cREWEt
April 13, 1889 - Nantwich, Sandbach & Crewe Star - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
Haight °The Hopper. 'lt must ba as hard as one o f his oan mill stones.' . .By say crede, it shall go hard with rue if I ilii not in similar fashion try the mreugth of the p .te, or he shall feel the lorce of woad Ariek ' S 011 - , swer, as he, without a moment's htsitatiou, pre
August 17, 1889 - Nantwich, Sandbach & Crewe Star - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
(1) Why is a lover like a father (2) What is that which is bought by the yard, and .worn by the foot? (3) When is a young lady like a part of a word. (4) Without my first, my second never could have existed, and my .whole is as old as creation. SAD FAILURE OF A CREWE CONTRACTOR.
September 8, 1888 - Nantwich, Sandbach & Crewe Star - Nantwich, Cheshire, England