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July 22, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
THE MAGIC MIRROR OF INK.

THE MAGIC MIRROR OF INK.

The use of the ink-mirror, says Science Siftings, is not confined to the Arabs, but extends to the natives of India, who employ it chiefly to discover ! theft. In the South the ink is poured upon the green leaf of the plantain (banana), where it stands in globular form, like a l
July 22, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE.

THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE.

KAYE'S WORDSELL'S PILLS Are a certain cure for Indigestion, Biliousness, getische Dyspepsia. Constipation, Liver and Klioey (lomplaints,A4. For Ladles of all ages they are invaluable. Of all Chemists, ii. 2s. 9d., and 41. 6d. per box or post free on receipt of . stamps to . . DE
July 22, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
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July 22, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
GRAPPENHALL'S NEW RECTOR. ---- Rev. H. V. Pigot Accepts the Living.

GRAPPENHALL'S NEW RECTOR. ---- Rev. H. V. Pigot Accepts the Living.

GRAPPENHALL'S NEW RECTOR. Rev. H. V. Pigot Accepts the Living. The Rev. H. V. Pigot, M.A., vicar of St. Thomas', Stockton Heath, has been offered and has accepted the living of St. Wilfrid's Church, Grappenhall, rendered vacant by the death of the Rev. Richard Greenall. The patro
July 22, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. CAUGHT RED-HANDED.

BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. CAUGHT RED-HANDED.

At the Warrington Police Court on Monday Fred Davies, no settled abode, and James Higham. Bankstreet, were charged with stealing a quantity of block tin value £lo,the property of the Whitecross. Company Limited.—Mr. Steel, who appeared to prosecute stated that on the night of th
July 22, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
MORECAMBE V. RUNCORN.

MORECAMBE V. RUNCORN.

Jo beautifully fine weather, and before a moderate gate, this game was contested at Nlorecambe. The visitors kicked off, and after several exchanges Runcorn exhibited good passing, and a movement along the three-quarter line resulted in Flannigan getting over, Butterworth failin
September 23, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
EDUCATION COMMITTEE. MR. MAY PROTESTS AGAINST SECRECY. The Employment of Married Women as Teachers.

EDUCATION COMMITTEE. MR. MAY PROTESTS AGAINST SECRECY. The Employment of Married Women as Teachers.

The monthly meeting of the Warrington Education Committee was held at the Town Hall on Monday evening, Alderman Bennett presiding. There were also present :—Alderman Pierpoint (Vice-chairman), the Mayor (Alderman Bolton), the Revs. Canon Morley Stevenson and Father Wilson, Alder
September 23, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
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I _ „ McDOUGALUS Pateiit SELF-RAISING FLOUR , chiffon which last winter, and the winter before held so large a place in the world of fashion. Robes de Nuit.—The newest nightdress . are either ; Princess or Empire in style, and the fabrics in favour ! are silk and lawn. Lace is t
September 30, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
St. John's Presbyterian Church.

St. John's Presbyterian Church.

The annual harvest thanksgiving services were held at St. John's on Sunday, the Rev. J. L. Milne, 8.D., minister of the church, 'preaching morning and evening. There was a good attendance at each service. In the evening the preacher chose for his text Deuteronomy, c. 12. v. 10 t
September 30, 1905 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England