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GUILD WILL NOT BUILD CHEAPER.

GUILD WILL NOT BUILD CHEAPER.

Builder No. 2' says: " I do not believe that, as Councillor Trepess says, the houses will be I built at the rate of hundreds of pounds cheaper I than they would be built by a contractor. They I say they Will employ the builders in a eonsultative capacity. This will cost them far
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
" MAYOR AND CORPORATION."

" MAYOR AND CORPORATION."

"The Mayor and Corporation" was proposed by Mr. T. S. Steel.. The duties of a town councillor were never more important than they were to-day, he said. In Councillor ljenShall, the Mayor, they had a man of ability, who had worked to make the town wdrthy. of its inhabitants, and
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
PATTERN IN

PATTERN IN

Prince's Plate Prince's Plate Spoons and Forks are made in a variety of beautiful pat. terns at the Company's own Works, a guarantee of quality. Prices and full particulars post free. A selection of goods will he sentfor approval at the Company's risk and MAPPKelltim! 1,3 7: 162
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
THE REFUSE TIP. Parochial Committee Still Not Satisfied.

THE REFUSE TIP. Parochial Committee Still Not Satisfied.

The Sanitary Committee reported to the Parochial Committee on Tuesday that dissatisfaction was still expressed with the refuse tip. 'gr. Pearson said he proposed ..at an early date to propose the committee appoint a maA to keep the the place in order. The contractor, in reply to
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
ADVANCE THE MONEY.

ADVANCE THE MONEY.

Alderman ;Tames Evans sOd he had . signed three applications for this ease. It was disheartening that appeal after appeal should be made without - their getting a reply. In regard to the woman there was nothing it but to do what they did: at. first, and that was to advance the m
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
Eggs, Poultry, &c.

Eggs, Poultry, &c.

, ILIGGS. 10/-; Chickens. Li dozen; Wyandottcs I.eghorns, Minorcas, Rhode Island Heath-road, Penketh, Warrington. FOUR pure-heed White Wyand o tt e C oc k e rels Birkett's Mrain) For Bale. 20/.• make Wand stuck birds.—Mr. Powell. Boar's Head, near Wigan. PVLLETS, t laying straiu
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
CURE YOUR COLO.

CURE YOUR COLO.

, Up to last week I had a severe cold, picked up at the seaside in September. I could not get• rid of it. A friend of mine who uses Vivamol, well-known Asthma remedy, drew my attention to the" Vivamol Glass Inhaler." lie called it A splendid "Cold Curer," and " Cold: Preventer,"
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
CHESHIRE COUNTY LEAGUE.

CHESHIRE COUNTY LEAGUE.

MONKS HALL V. MACCLESFIELD, Monks Hall.—Jones; Leah, Carter; Morse. Spencer, Theobald; illidge, Rhubothatn, Woods, Forster, and Vernon. Macelesfield.—Butler; Hulme, Raison; Twemlow, Rourke, Forster; Whittaker, Swaine, Taro, Schofield, and Daley. Referee.—Mr. Hill, Chester. At At
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL MEDAL COMPETI. TION. WARRINGTON ATHLETIC v. AIGBURTH VALE.

LIVERPOOL MEDAL COMPETI. TION. WARRINGTON ATHLETIC v. AIGBURTH VALE.

At the Flying Ground, 'Chester-road. , Warrington - Athletic.—Jones; Kendrick, H. Leah,. sue. ; Holland, Birehall, liobinson; Munition, Allen, H. Leah, E. Leah, and Houghton. Aigburth Yale.—Williams; Morris, Paterson.; Stringfellow, Sherridan, Lewis; Evans, Nelson, W. Green, Car
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England
 
GRAPPENHALL UNITED v. COMRADES " A."

GRAPPENHALL UNITED v. COMRADES " A."

GRAPPENHALL UNITED v. COMRADES " Grappenhall 15.—Everett; Coleman, Foster; Boardman, Bebbington, Thornton; Moody, Edelston, Cochrane, Jones, and Humphries. Comrades "A."—Williams ; Halpin, Pritchard; Weston, Ashton, O'Day; Holt, Adams, Ashton, Boyle, and Smallman. There was a goo
February 14, 1920 - St. Helens Examiner - St Helens, Lancashire, England