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•,CAPITAL" CHAT.

•,CAPITAL" CHAT.

• , CAPITAL" CHAT. There are already fourteen pages of amendments to the Registration Bill, but this is probably only a tithe of what we may expect. One Conservative menlb,r has drafttd between thirty and forty am-ndreents, not one of which yet appears on the paper. In point of f
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
AN ATHLETE'S DIET.

AN ATHLETE'S DIET.

" What is the best dietary on which an athlete Fhntild train ?" is a question often put. Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson has four : , pecifit_:.s :—Abßtinence hurtful thins; regular and good habits ; calmness of ternpr ; laudable ambition. He demands, along with all good trainers a
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
TEMPERANCE MEETING.

TEMPERANCE MEETING.

In connection with the Haydock Wesleyan Band of Hope, a temperance meeting was held in the Wesleyan Chapel, Haydock on Tuesday e vening. Mr. John Fairhurst who presided over a small attendance, gave a brief address at the opening, but earnest addresses on temperance work were af
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
A. WARRINGTON HUSBA.ND AND HIS WIFE'S DEBTS. IMPORTANT TO TRADESMEN.

A. WARRINGTON HUSBA.ND AND HIS WIFE'S DEBTS. IMPORTANT TO TRADESMEN.

At the Warrington County Court on *Thursday, before his Honour Judge Wynne Ffoulkes, Peter Woodward, Catherine-st., Bewsey, baker, sued John Holmes, Leicester-st.,foreman fustian cutter, for Mr. Platt, for £l2 Os. lid, for bread supplied between February 1887 and January last. M
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1861.

ESTABLISHED 1861.

JAMES WEBSTER. mIDDELBURG, HOLLAND, (Late of Calais and Bculagne-Sur-Mer, France.) Bankers :—England—London and Westminster Bank. London. Scotland—Bank of Scotland, Glasgow. Ireland—Bank of Ireland, Dublin. The 2,000 Guineas. Manchester Cup. Derby, &,.—Double and Treble Events.
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
THE E \ MINER, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1894,

THE E \ MINER, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1894,

there has lately been a rather mysterious manifestation in pa!rts of India, which in some respects is similar to the signs that preluded the outbreak of forty years ago. At that time small cakes, known as chapatties, were distributed in a mysterious but singularly expeditious wa
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
____.....ib.,.._......_. lIINERS AND THE WAGES QUESTION.

____.....ib.,.._......_. lIINERS AND THE WAGES QUESTION.

A :MEETING OF THE FEDERA.TION. B Pecial meeting of the Executive Council of the Federation was held in St. Martin's Town London, on Wednesday, to consider the O e Scot- W ages question. M r . W oo d s, M.P., vice presiat, presided, in the absence or Mr. Pickard, who started for
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
PRESENTATION TO AN ORGANIST AT NEWTON.

PRESENTATION TO AN ORGANIST AT NEWTON.

On Sunday afternoon after service, a gathering took place in the vestry of zit. Mary's and St. John's Catholic Church, Crow-lane. The purpose of the meeting was to present Mr. James Leyland with a purse of gold (£lO 103.), and an illuminated address on his retirement through ser
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
RENT AUDIT DINNER AT NEWTON.

RENT AUDIT DINNER AT NEWTON.

The half yearly rent audit dinner to the tenap, - , farmers on the estate of Lord Newton, took place at the Pied Bull Hotel, Newton, on Monday afternoon. Between 50 and 60 of the tenants sat down to a substantial repast served by Mr. 13man. The after proceedings were presided ov
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
OUTBREAK OF - ALL-PDX AT WARRINGTON. A QUARANTINED LODGING-HOUSE. FEmr Italian "organ grinders" came into town on Wednesday night and

OUTBREAK OF - ALL-PDX AT WARRINGTON. A QUARANTINED LODGING-HOUSE. FEmr Italian "organ grinders" came into town on Wednesday night and

secured lodgings at a lodginghouse in Ship Yard, off Bridge-st. The next day one of the Italians, an elderly woman, complained to the landlady of feeling unwell. She was advised to go to the infirmary, and she did so. Upon arriving at the institution she was examined by Dr. Bowd
May 12, 1894 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England