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PLEASANT PARAGRAPH,

PLEASANT PARAGRAPH,

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July 4, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
of rest; but we think the risk is small; and, like other risks, it must be incurred in view of

of rest; but we think the risk is small; and, like other risks, it must be incurred in view of

the good to be gained. It is no use singing— Religion never was designed To make our pleasures less; and at the samQ time closing every avenue to enjoyment on Sunday—except that which leads to the public-house. It is, to be sure, pointed out that opening public institutions on S
July 4, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
NOTES BY THE WAY,

NOTES BY THE WAY,

BY "AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT." I was surprised last week, after my remarks the week previous anent the new church at Haydock, to find a letter signed by the whole of the wardens and sidesmen, to the effect that they were powerless to act in the matter. I suppose they mean by
July 4, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
'NOW READY. FLETT'S CELEBRATED MARMALADE.

'NOW READY. FLETT'S CELEBRATED MARMALADE.

THE WARRINGTON EXAMINER SAYS " MARMALADE TRADE.—The severe" "weather we have recently experienced in" "this quarter has extended as far south as' "Seville. It is in the neighbourhood of" "Seville, that the oranges best suited for " "marmalade making are grown. A recent" "frost (
July 4, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
RUNCORN AND WIDNES.

RUNCORN AND WIDNES.

BOLTON CO-OPRRATORS AND THE SHIP CANAL. On Saturday last 352 members and employes of the Bolton Co-operative Society paid a visit to Runcorn to view the Ship Canal works in the locality. The large party was met at Widnes by Mr. T. Riley and Mr. T. Watson, two prominent members c
July 4, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 

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ROBERT LOWE, ESTATE AGENT, ACCOUNTANT, AUCTI/lONEER AND' VALUER, OFFlNEs—Market Gate Chambers, l‘ rf AuCTiow Rooms —BatAt Street Warrington. y AGENT

ROBERT LOWE, ESTATE AGENT, ACCOUNTANT, AUCTI/lONEER AND' VALUER, OFFlNEs—Market Gate Chambers, l‘ rf AuCTiow Rooms —BatAt Street Warrington. y AGENT

TO—Sun Fire and Life Office, London. Estab-\' ' nahed 1710. Norwich and London (l Accident Plate' Glass, Fidelity Guaranree and Employers' Liability) In!mrance Association. Established 1856. Imperial Live Stock Insurance Asmciation, Limited. Established 1878. Natitaal Boiler Ins
March 7, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
tROVI PERFUMER), EXTRA CONCENTRATED exablAVPI HEW HO CONDOM

tROVI PERFUMER), EXTRA CONCENTRATED exablAVPI HEW HO CONDOM

March 7, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
MANUFACTURED ONLY Ar 78, NEW OXFORD STREIT, LONDON. And Sold by all Medicine Vendors th-oughout the World. Advice Gratis, at

MANUFACTURED ONLY Ar 78, NEW OXFORD STREIT, LONDON. And Sold by all Medicine Vendors th-oughout the World. Advice Gratis, at

the above address, daily, betweev the hours of 11 and 4, or by letter.
March 7, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
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March 7, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
UUNERALS. MESSRS. MAGINN BROS. beg to 1: inform their numerous patrons and the public that they are now prepared to

UUNERALS. MESSRS. MAGINN BROS. beg to 1: inform their numerous patrons and the public that they are now prepared to

execute funeral orders in the best and most economical manner. They have spared no expense in acquiring the most elegant and modern hearse and carriages, and srtperior matched pairs of horses either blacks or bays can be supplied as desired. Customers can rely on their orders be
March 7, 1891 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England