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Feeling Like , A New Man Dear Sirs, Leeds, 26th March, 1945. I felt that I must write to you

Feeling Like , A New Man Dear Sirs, Leeds, 26th March, 1945. I felt that I must write to you

and let you know of the wonderful results I have obtained through Macleans Powder.... I was discharged from the forces in July 1944, suffering from stomach trouble. and until taking your powder I was more or less in ill-health caused by the discomfort and pain from my complaint
October 12, 1945 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
HAL Dance each Evening at GRAHAM RIALTO BALLROOM and his LIVERPOOL BAND at 7-30 p.m. WEDNESDAY—OId Time at 3 p.m.

HAL Dance each Evening at GRAHAM RIALTO BALLROOM and his LIVERPOOL BAND at 7-30 p.m. WEDNESDAY—OId Time at 3 p.m.

ITS NfW SATURDAY —Modern Dancing at 3
October 12, 1945 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
CHRIS SCIENCE SOCIETY Victoria Rumor s Services: Sandal 6 - 30 p.m.; meetings ist Wed:nada, each month. 715 p.m. Sunday

CHRIS SCIENCE SOCIETY Victoria Rumor s Services: Sandal 6 - 30 p.m.; meetings ist Wed:nada, each month. 715 p.m. Sunday

School 2-30 BETHESDA cosauGATioNAL RUNCORN MISSIONARY Sunday. Ootober 141.13. 1945 10-30 a.m. Rev. Dona.l4 Ford, 6 p.m. Rev. H. V. Re v . B. V. is one of m representat ivee on committee concerned with the formation ot the South United Church
October 12, 1945 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
ST. JOHN'S PRESST'TERIAS CHURUI : : THANKSGIVING SERVICES for the Sacriaces of Men Women in H.R. Force. Sunday Nest. October

ST. JOHN'S PRESST'TERIAS CHURUI : : THANKSGIVING SERVICES for the Sacriaces of Men Women in H.R. Force. Sunday Nest. October

ion 10-30 a m. .Re. 0. (Chaplain to the R.A.)'. at Aerodrome' 6-0 p.m. ... Rev. N. P. B. Anthony (Staff Chaplain to the Weston Oonmenand Collections for H.R. Service' , Charities. All townspeople invited.
October 12, 1945 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
CHURCH PARADE AT RUNCORN.

CHURCH PARADE AT RUNCORN.

A large number of townspeople assembled near the Parish Church on Sunday morning when the recruite of the new battalion of the Cheshire, paraded for church. Headed by the Regimental Band the men marched from the Drill Hall to the town and listened to an appropriate and telling s
April 23, 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
DEATH OF MR. HENRY HUFTON. OF WIDNES. A REMARKABLE RECORD OF CHURCH WORK. HIS LABOURS ON BEHALF OF ST. MARY'S.

DEATH OF MR. HENRY HUFTON. OF WIDNES. A REMARKABLE RECORD OF CHURCH WORK. HIS LABOURS ON BEHALF OF ST. MARY'S.

Much regret has been occasioned in Widnes during the week-end, and especially in the West Bank district, by the death of Mr. Henry Hufton, of 83, Mersey road, who passed away on Saturday night at the age of 66. circumstances of Mr. Hufton's illness and its sudden termination aft
April 23, 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
and Ifra. T. Campbell; Madge and Jack; Mn,. 'Whittaker and "Little Florrie." The bearers were Messrs. S. Campbell, P. Campbell,

and Ifra. T. Campbell; Madge and Jack; Mn,. 'Whittaker and "Little Florrie." The bearers were Messrs. S. Campbell, P. Campbell,

J. Campbell, A. Connor, M. O'Donnell, and A. Joyce. SENTENCE OF TWELVE MONTHS. —At the Liverpool Quarter Sessions, on Tuesday, James Read, a labourer, was sentenced . to twelve months' imprisonment for assaulting Patrick Walsh, another labourer in a Victoria street lodging house
April 23, 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
PAGE SIX 4 ,WHY SUFFER vi nN• TRY THE EFFECT OF TAKING F I R :I m nIGES II u

PAGE SIX 4 ,WHY SUFFER vi nN• TRY THE EFFECT OF TAKING F I R :I m nIGES II u

THE SEIGELSI AND SYRUP STOMAOI BOUM? DAILY, AFTER MEALS AMUSNG CASE AT POLICE COURT. The Clerk: Let me explain. You don't seem to understand the procedure. You can ask questions now and say what you like afterwards. In answer to questions, Sergeant Worthington repeated his evide
April 23, 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
RUNCORN MS C.

RUNCORN MS C.

The following officials have been appointed by the members of the Runcorn Methodist Free Church Cricket Club for the ensuing season, during which it is hoped to run two teams:— President, Mr. T. Moore; treasurer, Mr. W. M. Coventry; fixture secretary, Mr. .1. Hutchinson; bon. ge
April 23, 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
ORDER AT ONCE FROM

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64-66 Mersey Road, or 72 Albert Road, Widnes was disappointing. The contastaata were Prodshem and Ewloe Villa, neither side rose above the =edict% although both defences were sound and safe. Towards the close temper wa4 shown by both players and spectators. with, the result that
April 23, 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England