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2038 REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER

2038 REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER

police wore making inquiries. If that was done, prisoner said, they would not know them. Witness asked him what he meant, if it was the coat that he sold her and told her that he got it for putting a load of coal in, and prisoner replied, "Yes, I had it give me all the same." On
23 April 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
JOURNALIST'S DEATH.

JOURNALIST'S DEATH.

Mr. A. Fryer wrote expreaning her thank, to ths Board for their resolution cf sympathy passed upon the death of her huqband. Mr. Albert Fryer, one of the Preqqmen attending the Board meeting.
23 April 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
ried out, and the kindness and consideration which have been displayed towards the patients. The sum of £22 lls. 9d.

ried out, and the kindness and consideration which have been displayed towards the patients. The sum of £22 lls. 9d.

has been received by the nurses in small sums from grateful patients during the Jeer. The financial statement showed that subscriptions for the year amounted to £228 35., church collections to £2O 18s. 6d., donations £32 15s. 9d., works collections A:149 16s. Id., and a special
23 April 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
WIDNES ALLIANCE.

WIDNES ALLIANCE.

A great crowd assembled on the recreation field at Penketh on Saturday to witness the game between a selected team of the League versus the Champions (Great Sankey), and a good and interesting game was the outcome. Unfortunately three changes bad to be mode in the league team. M
23 April 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
FIXTURE.

FIXTURE.

Widnes v. Warrington. at Witass. Widnes: J. Brassington ; W. Taylor. C. Redmond. D. Harding; J. Noon, J. Kelly; S. Aspey. C. Hemriok, T. H. Lloyd, H. O'Hare% W. Townsend. Reserves: W. T. Davies. An additional charge 01 3d. ü tor the wee of a " Weekly News" boa ~ember when replie
23 April 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
GARSTON FOOTBALLER AS SNIPER. THRILLING EXPERIENCE. PROMOTED ON THE BATTLEFIELD.

GARSTON FOOTBALLER AS SNIPER. THRILLING EXPERIENCE. PROMOTED ON THE BATTLEFIELD.

..-.41.•-• The umuy friends in Garaton district of Tommy Kearns, the once popular half-back for the Gas Works and the North End clubs, will be glad to hear of his doings in the Army. Corporal Kearns, Sniper Section. Headquarters Staff, Ist Soots Guards, as he is now officially k
23 April 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
DAVID WELDING. AUCTIONEER & VALUER, ACCOUNTANT & ESTATE AUENT. 124, WIDNES ROAD, WIDNES. AUCTION SALES conducted. Immediate settlements. Terms reasonable.

DAVID WELDING. AUCTIONEER & VALUER, ACCOUNTANT & ESTATE AUENT. 124, WIDNES ROAD, WIDNES. AUCTION SALES conducted. Immediate settlements. Terms reasonable.

Furniture in large or small quantities bought for cash. VALUATIONS for Probate, Transfer, etc. ACCOUNTANCY in all branches. ESTATE AGENCY. Careful management Consignments of Goods received at SALE ROOMS, LUGSDALE ROAD (adjoining Market Hotel), for realisation by Auction or Priva
23 April 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
HALL, WIDNES. 7-0 TWICE NIGHTLY 9-0 MONDAY, APRIL 26th, and During Week. CHARLIE BELL IND CO. In the Novel Absurdity:

HALL, WIDNES. 7-0 TWICE NIGHTLY 9-0 MONDAY, APRIL 26th, and During Week. CHARLIE BELL IND CO. In the Novel Absurdity:

"THE DEMON PHOTOGRAPHER." MAY MILLOM, Versatile Entertainer. KATHLYN. No. 11: The Forged Parchment. HUGH McCUSICER Irish Comedian and Dancer. MELFORD TRIO. The Dancers from the Mose Empire Following Week: "Consul the Great." PRICES Aff 17817 AL.
23 April 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Exors. T. S. SWALE, 11 1 p 35, VICTORIA ROAD, WIDNES • •

Exors. T. S. SWALE, 11 1 p 35, VICTORIA ROAD, WIDNES • •

23 April 1915 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
FIREMEN SAVE CAT; QUELL CAR BLAZE

FIREMEN SAVE CAT; QUELL CAR BLAZE

TE Fire Brigade at Runcorn have had variety introduoed into their duties this week • they have rescued a gat and quelled a car blaze. On Monday morning they were brought out to rescue a cat which had spent a week-end perched on the top of a 301 t. pole at the 'oottom of Brunswic
18 March 1949 - Runcorn Weekly News - Runcorn, Cheshire, England