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CHATTER.

CHATTER.

••••••• Heard in Lugsdaho, Widnes: Mrs. Pat: An' who gay* you those black eyes! Pat: Shure, nobody gave them me; I had to tight for them. The "Butterfly on the wheel," which ereuted • stir in dramatic tirelos a short time ago, will be seen at, the Widnes Theatre in a few weeks.
January 3, 1913 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
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January 3, 1913 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
WIDNES AND BROUUHTON SCHOOL- BOYS DRAW.

WIDNES AND BROUUHTON SCHOOL- BOYS DRAW.

WIDNES AND BROUUHTON SCHOOL- DRAW. Prior to the mooting of Broughton Itain,•ora and Widnes, the Sehoolboya ..,ct and played a pointlear draw a heavy Widnes hovs were handicapped by being improp•rly nine of them having to play in their ordinary hoota. The itaelf was a very enjoy-
January 3, 1913 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
GAS FIRES may be purchased from the Department— No charge for Piping and Fixing. NO HOME IS COMPLETE WITHOUT ONE.

GAS FIRES may be purchased from the Department— No charge for Piping and Fixing. NO HOME IS COMPLETE WITHOUT ONE.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, APPLY GAS WORKS :: ANN STREET EAST
January 3, 1913 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
and complete House Furnisher, Ltc.

and complete House Furnisher, Ltc.

January 3, 1913 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
A TREAT FOR THE POOR CHILDREN

A TREAT FOR THE POOR CHILDREN

The annual treat for the poor children of the district, arranged h . % the members of the Hutchinson Street Mission, took place on Tuesday evening. Over eighty youngsters presented themselves at the Al;ssion Room for tea, and the wholesome digestibles quickly disappeared. Afterw
January 3, 1913 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
SDEDEN DEATH OF ACUEROIII • LADY.

SDEDEN DEATH OF ACUEROIII • LADY.

January 3, 1913 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
GUINEA FOWLS.

GUINEA FOWLS.

In the wild etate guinea fowls show a preference for forests and wooded valleys, and congregate in large Hocks. Under favour:o,le condition the flocks are much smaller and the birds range over largo areas. In thia natural habit the food varies with the Thus in spring they feed u
January 3, 1913 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
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January 3, 1913 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England