Read All About It - Neston Newspaper Clippings from Days Gone By - Part 12
|Published: 13th May 2014 08:19|
The last installment (for now) of fascinating news clippings from Neston's past.
Our thanks to John Cartlidge for researching these clippings.
All articles below are (c) British Library Board
First up this week, a clergyman from Thornton Hough is in a spot of bother. From the Manchester Times of 26 January 1884:
Good luck Hilda! From the Evening Telegraph of 16 June 1927:
Looks like Robert Robinson's in for it....From the Liverpool Mercury of 4 November 1887:
From the Cheshire Observer of 7 October 1882, a visit from the Duke and Duchess...shame they're not around on 5 June this year! :
The tale of the stolen ass, as reported in the Liverpool Mercury of 29 April 1865:
Ye Olde Trip Advisor? From the Chester Courant of 22 June 1813, an advertisement for the George Inn:
And finally...you know when you've been 'Musselled'! From the Cheshire Observer of 20 March 1886:
We will be running a special edition containing clippings about Neston Female Society and the Ladies Club Day in time for the 200th anniversary walk on 5 June 2014.
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