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The Demobilisation.

The Demobilisation.

Dealing with the demobilisation of the Army after the war, the Archdeacon said those men who had been enduring the horrors of war had suffered a strain in their, nervous system that was beyond understanding. Were they going to allow them to come home in that condition to be subj
April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE VACANCY ON THE BOARD.

THE VACANCY ON THE BOARD.

Miss Broadbent proposed that the Rev. Irvine Lister should be appointed to the vacancy on the Board caused through the death of , Mr. A. J. Jolley. Miss Broadbent referred to the good work which Mr. Lister was doing in various ways in the town, and added that he had also had a b
April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE BAKER'S OPPORTUNITY.

THE BAKER'S OPPORTUNITY.

The _retail bakers might also specialise in the provision of bread and cakes made from nonwheaten flour. In America maize cakes are very popular. In this country they are practically unknown. Barley cakes and oat cakes are almost as difficult to get, and even where the housewife
April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE NEW GERMAN INDUSTRY.

THE NEW GERMAN INDUSTRY.

What the "Daily Mail" describes a "new and horrible German industry" was described in the "Independence Beige" for April 10, extracted from the "La Belgique" of Leyden (Rolland). The following are parts of ,the statement, omitting some of the most reputsive details We have known
April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
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April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Exhibition Of Soldiers" Handitvork At Whitecross.

Exhibition Of Soldiers" Handitvork At Whitecross.

Quite a number of admiring ladies gathered at Whitecross , Military. Hospital on Monday afternoon, when, Miss:.Broadbent and• Mrs. Hall held an exhibition of,the fancy work done by the patients, of their ...ward. • About 'forty •visitors were present, and alum of £6 12s. was rea
April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
GRAPPENHALL.

GRAPPENHALL.

Mr. Lister-Kaye's Resignation.—At the meeting of the Runcorn Board of Guardians and Rural District Council held on Tuesday, a letter was read from Mr. Lister-Kaye resigning his position as representative of the Grappenhall parish on the Runcorn Board of Guardian\s and Rural Dist
April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
POULTRY FOR PROFIT.

POULTRY FOR PROFIT.

MAINTAIN QUALITY. While doing all we can to raise egg-layers, there is no reason why we should let stock deteriorate. Let us show the .vorld that while we did carry on it was with an object in view, and that the quality all round did not fail, even when working under great 3iffi
April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
EARLY CLOSING BENEFITS.

EARLY CLOSING BENEFITS.

The annual conference of the Shop Assistants' Union was held in Leeds. The president (Mr. Malcolm M'Call of Glasgow) said 30,000 of their members were now in the army or navy. Referring to the extension of early closing, he said that '- thousands of shop assistants had gained gr
April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
MASTER RETURNS.

MASTER RETURNS.

Owing to the resignation from the position of acting master of Dutton Workhouse of Mr. Ratcliffe (the former master), Mr. Edward F. Parsons has, on the application of the Board of Guardians, been transferred by the War Office to Class W of the Army Reserve, in order that he migh
April 21, 1917 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England