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April 23, 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
kLEXANDRA THEATRE, WIDNES. -- MONDAY, APRIL 26th, AND DURING THE WEEK. 7-0 TWICE NIGHTLY. 9-0 ----- ENORMOUS ATTRACTION. JOHNNY McELROY

kLEXANDRA THEATRE, WIDNES. -- MONDAY, APRIL 26th, AND DURING THE WEEK. 7-0 TWICE NIGHTLY. 9-0 ----- ENORMOUS ATTRACTION. JOHNNY McELROY

PRESENTS THE ALL-BRITISH MUSICAL COMEDY: THE DANDY FIFTH. THE DANDY FIFTH. THE DANDY FIFTH. By Geo. R. Sims and Clarence C. Corn. Augmented Orchestra under ths direction of the composer, Clarence C. Corn. FULL LONDON CHORUS. No Advance in Prices. Early Doors at Each House. Book
April 23, 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
HIGH SCHOOL, HOUGH GREEN. Principals: The MISSES HAWKINS. Next Term oommences APRIL 15th, 1915. Thorough Education, Pupils prepared for Local

HIGH SCHOOL, HOUGH GREEN. Principals: The MISSES HAWKINS. Next Term oommences APRIL 15th, 1915. Thorough Education, Pupils prepared for Local

Examinations, Preparatory Class for Boys. Painting in all branches. l'oker Work, Maiqueterie, Drawing, Needlework. Resident French Governess (Brevet Superior). Vacancies for Boarders. Terms moderate. Good Music and Singing Lessons by highly-qualiiied teachers. 11-15:23-4
April 23, 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
prizes evening. &el-Rooth', – . SUGGESTION TO KEEP BUILDING CONTRACT IN THE TOWN.

prizes evening. &el-Rooth', – . SUGGESTION TO KEEP BUILDING CONTRACT IN THE TOWN.

prizes evening. &el-Rooth', - . SUGGESTION TO KEEP BUILDING CONTRACT IN THE TOWN. sold as "home produced," but produce front the Free State must be classified as "Empire" or "Irish." If this is correct, it is a confirmation of the preference of the public for homeproduced food. A
October 18, 1929 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT.

MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT.

The medical officer's report showed that during the past month there had been two cases of scarlet fever, both from Kingsley; one case of pneumonia each from Latchford Without and Norton; a case of tuberculosis (pulmonary) from Walton Inferior; and one case of diphtheria from St
October 18, 1929 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
EVIDENCE FOR THE DEFENCE.

EVIDENCE FOR THE DEFENCE.

Michael Reddington, foreman at the works since 1916, said he saw little difference between the condition of the applicant now and before the accident. lie was always delicate, and came to work first in the office. He afterwards left and went to the United Alkali Co., and later h
October 18, 1929 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Caere 4 Piano; Parlismoset ix. take. – 14worpeoL

Caere 4 Piano; Parlismoset ix. take. – 14worpeoL

Caere 4 Piano; Parlismoset ix. take. - 14worpeoL appliaation.
October 18, 1929 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
LIME YARDS!

LIME YARDS!

The sole leather tanned at No. 4 1 Bridge is from buffalo hides—mostly "dead" hides—sundried or drysalted. Whatever goes specially cheap in the market is purchased by the Punjabi chamars. The hides are soaked back in running water, the operation being accomplished by the workmen
October 18, 1929 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England