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PARLIAMENT AND THE TOBACCO TAX. DE ROUGEMONT AGAIN.

PARLIAMENT AND THE TOBACCO TAX. DE ROUGEMONT AGAIN.

M. Louis de Rougemont is once more in the public eye, recalling five years more ago when he produced his startling series of adventures and tales of unknown lands, which deceived even the British Association but ver - -ards discredited. True or not true, his story of a modern Ro
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
Hawthorn ll Thornycroft b R. Cook Surridge not out l7 Tunstall not out 3 Extras Total .., 115 Total SANKEY

Hawthorn ll Thornycroft b R. Cook Surridge not out l7 Tunstall not out 3 Extras Total .., 115 Total SANKEY

WIRE MILLS 2ND V. ST. PAUL'S, WARRINGTON.—On the ground of the former on Saturday, and resulted in a tie. Score: — WIRE MILLS. ST. PAUL'S. J. eritchard c Dawson b W. Lawless b Partridge 6 Lawless 4 H. Ince b Brough P. 0. Bailey b Mason ... 9 R. E. Foster b Gleave 9 H. Brough run
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
Fels-Naptha

Fels-Naptha

No use to use it unless you go by the book. • No use to use it and boil yourwash. Go by the book. 39 , Wilson street London E C
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
llarbtral.

llarbtral.

BXTBILNAL THBATMIINT.-SIMPLE, SAFE CHELfAIN. NO HUMBJJG, NO BUNKUM. G UARANTBBD THIS MOST WONDBRIPUL SPECI FOR HUMAN SUFFBRING HVBR PLAUBD BEFORB THE PUBLIC.
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. Business of the Next Meeting.

THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. Business of the Next Meeting.

The monthly meeting of the Education Committee will be held on Monday evening at 6o'clock, when the following, among other business, will be dealt with. THE NEW EDUCATION OFFICES. A report of the sub-committee appointed to consider and accept tenders for the work to be done at t
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 

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OUR LOCAL CHURCHIL Padgate Wesleyan Church.

OUR LOCAL CHURCHIL Padgate Wesleyan Church.

The Rev. A. Freeman (formerly minister of the Warrington circuit), preached the annual Sunday School sermons in this church on Sunday when there were large congregations. In the afternoon the Rev. John Gunnell conducted a flower service and gave an address on "Lilies." Lovely bu
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
TRADE UNIONISM.

TRADE UNIONISM.

In our discussions we have also dealt with another matter of great and vital importance indirectlyto every workingman, and directly to every Trade Unionist,—l refer to the Taff Vale decision. (Cheers.) On this subject I believe there is absolute unanimity in the Liberal Party—(c
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
• PROTECTING THE CHILDREN. THE WORK OF THE WARRINGTON BRANCH OF THE N.S.P.C.C.

• PROTECTING THE CHILDREN. THE WORK OF THE WARRINGTON BRANCH OF THE N.S.P.C.C.

Mr. William Long, J.P., presided at the annual meeting of the Warrington branch of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children which was held in the Council Chamber at the Town Hall on Thursday afternoon. There was a good attendance, including Miss England, of
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
NOTES ON GAMES AND ATHLETICS. Cricket.

NOTES ON GAMES AND ATHLETICS. Cricket.

Warrington's unbea — tet:TeCord is maintained, the fourth match of the season resulting in a brilliant victory over Bootle. Present prospects are decidedly encouraging, and the eleven are to be congratulated upon their creditable achievements. Bootle had first turn with the will
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England
 
( , ‘,OUNTY BOROUGH OF WARRINGTON.- HORSE PARADE. PREaminur : SIR GILBERT GREBNALI. BART. THE FOURTH ANNUAL PARADE WILL TAKE

( , ‘,OUNTY BOROUGH OF WARRINGTON.- HORSE PARADE. PREaminur : SIR GILBERT GREBNALI. BART. THE FOURTH ANNUAL PARADE WILL TAKE

PLACE ON SATURDAY, MAY 21.8 T. V°II PETITORS TO BE ON THE FIELD BEHIND ARPLEY STATION AT 11.45. JUDGING AT 12 PROMPT. to lrlv Competitor not in his place when the Judging munences will be disqualified. R IIrRANCII FOR COMPETITORS BY WAY OF SLUTCHEA'S LANA ONLY. No n -Competitors
14 May 1904 - Warrington Examiner - Warrington, Lancashire, England