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AMANCHESTER CAPITALIST, MEMBER of a well-known and WEALTHY FIRM. having a considerable sum of UNINVESTED MONEY, Is preparad to I

AMANCHESTER CAPITALIST, MEMBER of a well-known and WEALTHY FIRM. having a considerable sum of UNINVESTED MONEY, Is preparad to I

ADVANCE THE SAME. In SUMS of NOT LESS than £2) to £l.OOO. to persons of undoubted respectability, ON THEIR OWN PROMISSORY NOTE, WITHOUT ASKI/D1 for SURETIES or SECUEITY, at a LOW REASONABLE RATE of INTERLOT, Inc short or long perkeip As this advertisement is not connected with L
25 May 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
wP :I. I) I 41 .A THE TREASURE WINTERS 1 COM REARM HOE Till MOUNTAIN MIMM ST GEORGE MANVILLE MIN.. CHAPTIR XXIE. 1111 THZ ALKALI DIVIZZT.

wP :I. I) I 41 .A THE TREASURE WINTERS 1 COM REARM HOE Till MOUNTAIN MIMM ST GEORGE MANVILLE MIN.. CHAPTIR XXIE. 1111 THZ ALKALI DIVIZZT.

wP I) I .A THE TREASURE WINTERS 1 REARM Till MIMM ST GEORGE MANVILLE MIN.. CHAPTIR 1111 THZ ALKALI DIVIZZT. bright, e'ear, morching day, and by shirting early they hoped to reach the entrance of the valley bed proved one of no many peres on their outward journey. Alter so long an
20 July 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
RHYMES IN THE DIALECT. EAWR NEW TACKLER.

RHYMES IN THE DIALECT. EAWR NEW TACKLER.

1 Th' nail tackler finished his nooatis, • nolity seems sorry it' shop; • But li. o' tewd wry vere smile 'flay think as they'd god to stop. He piked up his an odd tackle Last nest, then he looked id away WV a secawl like a cleawd tut o' thunner ; Au' e sew tackler sterud • Yo' a
20 July 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
SI EETINO OF IRONWORKERS.

SI EETINO OF IRONWORKERS.

On Monday a largely-attended meeting of s With reference to the North v. South match, we are ironworkvrs, convened by Warrington District lent told that, of the bowler in the match. George Lohmann and Steel Workers' Association, was held in :' - te unquestionably shouldws other
20 July 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
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cal situation.. The state of matters in Ireland was so bad could not get it out of their minds, and it [ w"ut'; never . be altered until after the next general I e'Atetion. ln conclusion, he called upon Mr. Wolfenden Ito mate the foliowing resolution :—.• That this meeting ; of t
20 July 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
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20 July 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
OLD DISSENTING CLIAPELS IN LANCASHIRE. BY Tin Km B. NIONTINGIALY.. 5.--NONCONIORMITY IN WARRINGTON.

OLD DISSENTING CLIAPELS IN LANCASHIRE. BY Tin Km B. NIONTINGIALY.. 5.--NONCONIORMITY IN WARRINGTON.

OLD DISSENTING CLIAPELS IN LANCASHIRE. BY Tin B. NIONTINGIALY.. 5.--NONCONIORMITY IN WARRINGTON. SALEM CHAPEL, COLBORNE STREET. "Salem is a beautiful name, and when given to , the chapel in Golborne-street doubtlese the founders !intended that ahvaya ahould there be " Pt•ace with
20 July 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
MARICEII4.-

MARICEII4.-

FRIDAY.-- There is moth lorce in the market, only it small busiress is in quarter. not sb tb. esti• mate of glx3ll to meat all requirements. - Kira prices of American are 1-16.1 lower. a prosy., of short time it ir possible be . further movements is the same dlreetam. In yarns [
20 July 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
C• IT A NALYSIS. of Water for drinking laud boiler purpolics, Manures. Soils, Commercial Samples. c.—Apply to I'RSTIESICK RUDDOCK. F

C• IT A NALYSIS. of Water for drinking laud boiler purpolics, Manures. Soils, Commercial Samples. c.—Apply to I'RSTIESICK RUDDOCK. F

IC., ANALYTICAL and CONSULTING C/lIIMIST. 180. WILMIRSPOOL ROAD. WARRINGTON. N.B. be held during tbe autumn nod whiter. RepTuit&,. Ant OF RUPTURES. r. I NOTON'S Imprnved Rffeettial TRUSBfor Curr of Rupture registered annauttlng hours 10 Ull 3. Truss and Aim:lsnot. Works. 7 ft 9.
20 July 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATEST INVENTION FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Glees • perfect polish instead of the grey or shine usually seen. Easily applied

THE LATEST INVENTION FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Glees • perfect polish instead of the grey or shine usually seen. Easily applied

without or the poOtt lacy of dust on the Furnitureor Ceirpete and once done lasts for meek, Cleanly. sinpln. Unequalled. t• on having the c irtsule G. Ala Black Lenti. As supplied to W. E. Gladatcce. To tie ht trorn all Cmoperative Stores and Grouts. Wholesale — ALLEN, TALUS A C
20 July 1889 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England