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WHAT IS TRUTH !

WHAT IS TRUTH !

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January 13, 1872 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
Lost His Trousers.

Lost His Trousers.

James Commons e2Bl, loserbwl a s a labourer. residing at tin. Church Stile lodging-house, was also fined r. and eost , for having been drunk :mg tht.vricrly. P.C. Cain stated that the °tient* was monmitted in Mills Street about S-30 on Saturday night. Commons said lie had become
July 3, 1912 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
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July 3, 1912 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
Rochdale Sails C.C.

Rochdale Sails C.C.

On Clatiuday si=ne's Eagles went for a spin to Alexandra Park at Man. clesiter. and (nays Mr. A. E. Morris. the bon. a delightful spin it Leaving heinlipiarters at 2 4.1 i, we went. under the direction of Mr. A. Barber as captain, Mr. W. Barber sub.captain, and Mr. F. Williams m
July 3, 1912 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
TAP, IRO MM.

TAP, IRO MM.

The following resolution. whi c h wm moved by Mr. 'F. FcrmoPHj'fkpth, prospective Unionist candidate for Eiersood, was carried:—" That the alarming increase of Officialism attendant upon Ministerial action constitutes a grave burden on the taxpayers of the °inanity and the Conne
July 3, 1912 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
THE CATTLE PLAGUE.

THE CATTLE PLAGUE.

How it Affects Rochdale District. Rochdale. in common unit other towns, will suffer considerably as a result of the serious outbreak of font and mouth disease among the cattle of the country and the consequent order of the Board of Agriculture prohibiting the removal under any c
July 3, 1912 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
110YTON.

110YTON.

Parfait, Spinning. After allowing full depreciation there is a prolit fag the hala•year of 1:4) 0 2/4. The dirirtorn propow to pay a dividend of 2s. per Pantry, or 10 per rent. per annum, absorbing £2.(“), and leaving to carry forward. OTHER CONCERNS. West, End Spinning, ()Wham.
July 3, 1912 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
Looker Vent Out to Hit.

Looker Vent Out to Hit.

ball from Lowe at the same total, and in Cottrell's next over Cropper was sent back for a single. also ■t 48. Mid*, was l'•wled by Cottrell with the addition of Imo for a no-ball. Looker, who arrived last, moved the score with a single off Cottrell, but from the next hall Creenw
July 3, 1912 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
Whittaker.

Whittaker.

Tl.O first annual campetitom for Mr. E. C Harvey's challenge cup (36 holes medal play) derided on Saturday. A gond number of members turned out for this event in showery weather. E. R. Taylor returned the best card : —133-2 S--163. The previo"a winner; were:-1911, P. A. Ashcroft
July 3, 1912 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England
 
Workmen's Tram Tickets.

Workmen's Tram Tickets.

The Traniiiiis Committee, at their meeting on June 19th. had twfore them a letter from the Secretors of the Rorhdate and District Trades eouncil requesting the committee to remise a deputation with referenee to the granting of workmen's tickets to oorkmen available any car. It a
July 3, 1912 - Rochdale Times - Rochdale, Lancashire, England