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McDOUGALL'S Patett SELF-RAISING FLOUR MAKES TBEST PASTRY.

McDOUGALL'S Patett SELF-RAISING FLOUR MAKES TBEST PASTRY.

31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England
 
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, , . For INFANTS, INVALIDS, and the AGED THE BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL says: "Benger's Food has by its excellence established a reputation of its own." A delicious highly nutritive and most easily digested Food, specially prepared for Infants and for Adults whose digestive powers
31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England
 
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31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England
 
HOCKEY.

HOCKEY.

CHESTER v. STOCKTON HEATH. Played at Chester. From the bully-off even play resulted, each side attacking in turn. At last, after a. grand run by Baxter, W. Richardson, opened the scoring for Stockton Heath. Chester attacked strongly, but sound play by the Stockton backs, L. Fair
31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England
 
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31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England
 
Programme of Manchester Council.

Programme of Manchester Council.

The arrangements for the Tenth Annual Council to be held in Manchester from 6th to 9th are now nearly complete. The wide and varied scope of the interests now touched by the federation movement is strikingly shown. The sessions will be held in the Free Trade Hall, and the St. Ja
31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England
 
SORE HANDS

SORE HANDS

Itching, Burning Palms, Painful Finger Ends, Shapeless Nails.
31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England
 
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31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England
 
The Examiner, Saturday, December 31, 1904„ "NON-TRADERS' METHODS." WARRINGTON IN 1904.

The Examiner, Saturday, December 31, 1904„ "NON-TRADERS' METHODS." WARRINGTON IN 1904.

Education have consulted the Education Committee who have now submitted to the Board the conditions under whica they will take over financial responsibility in respect of the school. Their terms include adequate representation on the governing body, a reduction of fees, and the
31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England
 
A. PETITION.

A. PETITION.

The Clerk read an fiXtf , asively-signed petition from property owners and reiidente in Fairfielt-rd,asking th 3 Committee to reject plans for the erection of property fronting on the new road about to be made from Fairfield-road to Mill-lane. This property, they contended, if c
31 December 1904 - Widnes Examiner - Widnes, Lancashire, England