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Local Chronology, 1919.
1918.
Dec. 16. -  Handing back Colours of the 5th Manchesters.
Dec. 18. -  Upholland and Ashton Grammar Schools Prize Distributlons. - Cotton Strike Settled.
Dec. 19. -  Hospital Saturday and Sunday Annual Meeting.
Dec. 21. -  Announcement of Extension Scheme at the Technical College. - Report, Public Meeting, at Ince re War Memorial. - Result of Ballot for first Permanent Officials of Miners' Federation.
Dec. 24. -  Death of Mr. Jonathan Phillips, J.P., aged 76 years.
Dec. 25. -  Hearty Observance of "Peace" Christmas.
Dec. 28. -  Declaration of Polls in Local Parliamentary Elections. - Presentation to Councillor T. Watson, J.P.
Dec. 29. -  President Wilson passed through Wigan.
1919.
Jan. 1. -  Admiral's Daughter Married to Bombardier at St. Thomas's Church.
Jan. 4. -  Publication of report of Wigan Air Raid. Also report of Visit to Battleflelds. - Damage by Overflowing of River Douglas. - Abram Old Folk's Treat.
Jan. 5. -  Thanksgiving Services for Cessation of Hostilities.
Jan. 8. -  Haigh and Aspull Ploughing Match.
Jan. 10. -  Death of Mr. John Mawdsley, Jam Manufacturer, aged 76 years.
Jan. 11. -  Publication of report of the Explosion at Gathurst.
Jan. 15. -  Induction Services at Scarisbrick Street Baptist Church.
Jan. 17. -  Appointment of Registrar for Pemberton District. - Death of Mr. George Sidwell Holmes, aged 84 years.
Jan. 18. -  Report re Mr. S.. Walsh, M.P., and Government Office. - Rev. F. A. Sadler, M.A., appointed Vicar of Ince Parish Church. - Report of Gathurst Explosion Inquest.
Jan. 21. -  Mr. Henry Brierley's Legal Jubilee. - Wigan and District Free Church Council Meetings.
Jan. 22. -  Annual Meeting of Temperance and Rescue Mission. - Death of Mr. R. M. Peers, aged 72 years. - Presentation to Rev. J. NeaIe, Vicar, of Ince, prior to leaving for his new sphere at Congleton.
Jan. 24. -  Death of Mr. William Hampson, retired Colliery Manager, aged 80 years.
Jan. 28. -  Wigan Soldiers' and Sailors' Comforts Committee; Treat to Returned Prisoners of War.
Jan. 29. -  Local Friendly Society Case at Liverpool Assizes: Collector acquitted on Forgery Charge.
Jan. 30. -  Annual Meeting of Licensed Victuallers' Association.
Feb. 1. -  Announcement of appointment of Mr. David Halliwell, Assistant to Superintendent of the Line of L. and Y. Railway Co. - Annual Meeting of Lancashire and Cheshire Colliery Deputies' Association.
Feb. 3. -  Local Libel Case at Birmingham County Court. - Strike of Wigan Nightsoil Employees.
Feb. 4. -  BeIgian Refugees depart from Wigan and Hindley for their native country. - Annual Meeting of the Wigan Y.M.C.A.
Feb. 5. -  Discussion of Increased Tram Fares at Wigan Council Meeting. - Borough Annual Licensing Sessions.
Feb. 6. -  Wigan County Licensing Sessions. - Lecture in Wigan by Mr. John C. Van Der Veer, Editor of the Amsterdam Telegraaf.
Feb. 7. -  Decision to re-establish the Wigan Cricket Club.
Feb. 11. -  Death of Mr. Edward Smythe, J.P., Ince, aged 70 years.
Feb. 12. -  Wigan Chamber of Trade Annual Meeting.
Feb. 13. -  Death of Mrs. Bessie Brown, Widow of the late Mr. Joseph Brown, J.P.
Feb. 16. -  Death of Mr. John Peterkin, J.P., in his 82nd year.
Feb. 19. -  Death of Capt. John Campbell, M.D., aged 30 years. - Death of Mr. George Lea Walker (Messrs. Walker Bros.), in his 42nd year.
Feb. 22. -  Announcement that Wigan Corporation had come into possession of a Captured German Machine Gun.
Feb. 25. -  Wigan Butchers' Annual Dinner resumed. - Deatb of Mr. John Hankin Taylor, formerly of Wigan, Cotton Master, aged 93 years.
Feb. 26. -  Wigan Education Authority: New Scholarship Scheme.
Feb. 27. -  Nominations for Lancashire County Council.
Feb. 28. -  Death of Miss Vera Walsh, youngest daughter of Mr. S. Walsh, M.P.
Mar. 1. -  Presentation to the Vicar of Upholland (Rev. G. F. Wills) in recognition of war services. - Lord Crawford, Lord Gerard, and Mr. S. Walsh, M.P., appointed Deputy Lieutenants for Lancashire,
Mar. 4. -  Houses referred for Compensation at Adjourned Licensing Sessions.
Mar. 5. -  Mr. Wm. Billington appointed General Manager of Corporation Tramways. Mr. B. Hall appointed Tramway Works Manager. - Question of Sunday Cinema Performances discussed at Town Council Meeting.
Mar. 7. -  County Council Elections.
Mar. 12. -  Lt.Col. N. ff. Eckersley appointed Sheriff for Shropshire. - Annual Meeting of Wigan After-Care Committee.
Mar. 17. -  Re-opening of Elementary Schools after Influenza outbreak. - Mr. Wm. Gorman appointed Secretary to Wigan War Pensions Committee.
Mar. 20. -  Rev. E. Baguley (St. Paul's), appointed President South-West Lancashire Federation of Free Church Councils. - Funeral of Mr. Joseph Winstanley, Pemberton, aged 66 years. - Rev. P. Temple's address in Wigan in connection with the life and liberty movement of Church of England.
Mar. 24. -  Wigan Council Budget Day. - Annual Meeting of Wigan District Branch Catholic Young Men's Societies.
Mar. 25. -  Publication in Observer of Judgment on an application regarding table of fees for the Parish of Haigh-with-Aspull.
Mar. 26. -  Sub-Postmasters' Federation Meeting in Wigan.
Mar. 27. -  46th Annual Meeting of Wigan Rowing Club. - Presentation at St. Patrick's School to Father W. Westhead.
Mar. 29. -  Sixth Annual Report Wigan and District Division of Red Cross Society. - Announcement that Mr. R. J. N. Neville does not intend to seek re-election for Wigan. - 21st Annual Meeting of Wigan and Districts Miners' Permanent Relief Society
Mar. 31. -  Presentation to Mr. John Dean, J.P., Chairman of Standish Urban District Council. - Mr. George Wm. Bond, a Wigan Tradesman, found drowned in a cistern. - Death of Rev. Father Walmesley, Standish, aged 61 years. - Closing of the Woodlands Hospitals.
April 2. -  Exciting Scenes at Wigan Council Meeting: Business unfinished. - Deatb of Mrs. Elizabeth Cowper, second daughter of the late Alderman T. Cook, Wigan. - Wigan Catholic Bazaar in St. John's Hall.
April 5. -  Presentation to Mr. Harold Sumner, M.B.E., J.P., at Woodlands Hospital.
April 7. -  Wigan Territorials: Return of the Colours from the War. - Urban District Council Elections. - Heywood-Davenport Concert at Queen's Hall. - Death at Sunderland of Mr. Arnold Miller Johnson, Solicitor, a native of Wigan.
April 9. -  Annual Meeting of Wigan and District Grocers' Association.
April 10. -  Annual Meeting of Wigan Charity Organisation Society. - Lord Leverhulme distributes prizes at Technical College.
April 14. -  Mr. Walter Farrar appointed Chief Engineering Assistant in Borough Engineer's Department.
April 15. -  Quarter Sessions: No case for hearing.
April 22. -  Death of the Rev. O. Jones, Welsh Presbyterian Minister, aged 65 years.
April 23. -  Conference of Boot Trade Association in Wigan.
April 24. -  Death of Mrs. James Marsden, aged 74 years.
April 25. -  Death of Mr. Harry Weedall, Wigan, aged 40 years. - Presentation to the Rev. A. P. Thorne, St. Mark's Church, Newtown.
April 26. -  Mr. George Airey's Will published.
May 1. -  Local Breach of Promise Action at Liverpool Assizes.
May 2. -  Milk Strike in Wigan.
May 5. -  Presentation to Rev. C. J. Buckmaster (Hindley), on his 70th Birthday. - Presentation to Rev. Father John Lynch, at Ashton.
May 7. -  Induction of Rev. W. A. Wood, Trinity Presbyterian Church, Wigan.
May 8. -  Annual Meeting of Governing Body of Wigan Workshop' for the Blind.
May 9. -  Local Government Board Inspector's Visit to Wigan regarding Corporation Housing Sites. - Presentation to Mr. John Dean, at Standish. - Death of Mr. Charles Mather, Hindley, aged 53 years.
May 10. -  Annual Meeting of Wigan Branch of Workers' Educational Association. - Official opening of Municipal Bowling Greens. - Institution and induction of the new Vicar of Ince, Rev. F. A. Sadler.
May 14. -  Inaugural Meeting of Lancashire and Cheshire Councli of Boot Trades Association, held in Wigan.
May 15. -  Visitation at Wigan Parish Church.
May 21. -  Death of Mr. John Kellett, Iron Merchant, in his 84th year.
May 22. -  Local action, Wordsworth v. Tagg, at Manchester Assizes.
May 24. -  Annual Meeting of Lancashire and Cheshire Miners' Permanent Relief Society.
May 25. -  Death of Rev. Samuel Mort, Wesleyan Minister.
May 28. -  Wigan Football Club Annual Meeting.
May 30. -  Wigan Miner's Wife gives evidence before the Coal Commission. - Funeral of Mrs. Margaret Johnson Houghton, grand-daughter of the late Mr. T. Knowles, M.P. - Mr. R. B. Mawson appointed Chairman of Board of Management of Lancashire and Cheshire Miners' Permanent Relief Society.
May 31. -  Report of Closing Festivities Billinge Military Hospital..
June 4. -  Town Hall question before Wigan Council Meeting. - Local Government Board Inquiry in Wigan relating to application to borrow 101,250 for the Electricity Undertaking. - Gallipoli Commemoration Concert at Drill Hall.
June 7. -  Wigan Corporation Motor Bus Service begins. - Wigan County Police Sports. - Institution of the new Vicar of St. Mark's Church, Newtown. - Death of Rev. J. M. Courtenay, Vicar of St. Thomas's, Ashton.
June 9. -  Gala at Abbey Lakes in aid of an Infirmary Memorial. - Military Sports at Ashton.
June 10. -  Death of Mr. Cornelius E. Beazer. J.P., C.A., aged 81 years.
June 11. -  Death of Mr. Arthur Stones, Mining Engineer, Hindley, aged 58 years.
June 16. -  The Edward Medal awarded to Mr. R. E. Finch, Colliery Manager, Park Lane.
June 18. -  Wigan Tradesmen's Holiday.
June 19. -  Murder Charge at Lincoln Assizes against ex-Sergeant Joseph Woodhall, Goose Green.
June 21. -  Announcement of Death in America of Mr. John Hyslop, a Wigan gentleman, in his 83rd year. - Wigan and District Miners participate in Demonstration at Blackpool.
June 23. -  Death of Mrs. William Richard Bryham, Bank House, Wigan.
June 24. -  Centenary Celebrations commence at St. John's R.C. Church, Standishgate.
June 27. -  Annual Meeting of Wigan Permanent Benefit Building Society. - Second Annual Meeting of Wigan Soldiers' and Sailors' Rest Rooms.
June 28. -  Thanksgiving Services on receipt of news that the Germans had signed the Terms of Peace.
June 30. -  Wigan Infirmary Annual Meeting.
July 2. -  Wigan Council: the new Corporation Houses
July 3. -  Samuel Graham, Stockbroker, sentenced to three years penal servitude at Liverpool Assizes.
July 4. -  Inquest on J A. Dewar, Coal Merchant, aged 45 years.
July 5. -  County Bowling Match at Garswood Institute.
July 6. -  Peace Thanksgiving Day: Mayor's State Visit to Parish Church: Death of' Mr. George Holcroft, Licensee.
July 9. -  Wigan Compensation Authority Awards.
July 10. -  Unveiling Memorial Tablets, Wigan Grammar School. - Funeral at Aspull of "Daff" Hulme, ex-Footballer. - Dedication Memorial Windows in Bickershaw Church.
July 12. -  Verdict in Soutbport Scrap Brass Case at Liverpool Assizes,
July 16. -  Presentation to Mr. W. Williams, retired L. and N.-W. Stationmaster.
July 18. -  Presentation to Mr. James Brown at Eckersley's Mills.
July 19. -  Official Peace Day: Great Celebrations in Wigan and District. - Wigan Territorials' Colours in London Peace Procession. - Total of 478,893 18s. 6d. invested in Wigan in the Victory Loan.
July 21. -  Miners' Strike begins in Wigan and District.
July 24. -  Wrightington Estate Sale.
July 26. -  Rose Queen Festival resumed at Abram.
July 28. -  Local Miners resume work.
July 29. -  Mr. Robert Smillie, President of the Miners' Federation, of Great Britain, gave Address in Wigan on Nationalisation of the Mines. - Philharmonic Society decide to give two public concerts in the coming season.
July 30. -  Scene at Wigan Council Meeting: Conservatives leave Chamber as protest against a resolution "of a political character." - W/igan Education Authority: Resignation of Mr. Henry Brierley and Mr. John Browne. - Unveiling Roll of Honour at Wigan Post Office.
July 31. -  No cases for trial at Quarter Sessions.
Aug. 2. -  Death of Mr. John Henderson, Scotch Draper, aged 78 years. - Death of Mr. Roger Green, formerly passenger agent for L. and Y. Railway in Wigan, aged 77 years.
Aug. 6. -  Serious Fire at Messrs. Griffins' Furniture Premises, Market Place. - Death of the Rev. O. E. Hill, formerly Curate of Ince Parish Church.
Aug. 9. -  Report of Death of Mrs. Bridget McHugh, Highfield, Pemberton, oldest Pit Brow Woman. - Haigh Foal Show. - Inquest on Wigan Soldier at Sutton (Surrey).
Aug. 11. -  Death of Mr. Andrew Carnegie, a Freeman of Wigan, in his 83rd year.
Aug. 16. -  Billinge and Winstanley Foal Show.
Aug. 17. -  Death of Mr. Thomas Smith, Estate Agent, aged 68 years.
Aug. 18. -  Presentation at County Police Court to Officials for rescue work at Park Lane Colliery.
Aug. 20. -  Final for Blundell Bowling Cup. - Death of Mr. R. H Entwistle, Blackrod, formerly of Wigan, aged 80 years.
Aug. 23. -  Memorial Tablet at St. Paul's, Standishgate. - Allotment Holders' Show in Mesnes Park.
Aug. 27. -  Mrs. Annie Besant in Wigan.
Aug. 29. -  Important local farms for sale.
Aug. 30. -  Hindley Allotment and Garden Association's Second. Annual Show. - Parbold Allotment Holders' First Annual Show.
Aug. 31. -  Closing of Soldiers' Rest Room, Wallgate.
Sept. 3. -  Presentation to Mr. N. Wright, President Grocers' Association.
Sept. 5. -  Appointment of New Borough Magistrates.
Sept. 6. -  Ince and District Fur and Feather Society's First Show.
Sept. 7. -  Dedication of Memorial Bed in Infirmary.
Sept. 11. -  Death of Mr. G. A. Cowburn, formerly Headmaster of St. Catharine's School.
Sept. 12. -  Annual Meeting of Wigan and District Band of Hope Union.
Sept. 14. -  Demonstration of National League of the Blind.
Sept. 17. -  Opening of New Labour Club for Ince.
Sept. 20. -  Official Welcome to Returned Soldiers and Sailors at Wrightington. - Announcement that Mr. John W. Taylor, Wigan, had been appointed Post Master of Eccles. - Announcernent of the Death at Frimley, of Dr. W. O. Meek, in his 40th year.
Sept. 21. -  The King's Proclamation as to the claims of Disabled ex-Service Men read in Churches.
Sept. 23. -  Wigan Profiteering Act Committee appointed.
Sept. 24. -  Mr. Frank Hodges, Secretary of the Miners' Federation, of Great Britain, addressed meeting at Ashton.
Sept. 25. -  Death of Mr. Peter Sixsmith, a forner Wigan businessman, aged 68 years. - Annual meeting of Wigan Chess Club.
Sept. 26. -  Great Railway Strike Begins.
Sept. 27. -  Report of Sale of Local Hotels and Beerhonses belonging to the Albion Brewery Company.
Sept. 29. -  End of Summer Time. - Mayor presented 40 representatives of Demobilised Sailors' and Soldiers' Assoclations cheque for 500, which was handed over to the Management of the Infirmary for endowment of a bed.
Oct. 1. -  Opening of New Labour Club at Poolstock. - Coundfilor. J. M. Ainscough, J.P., selected as next year's Mayor.
Oct. 4. -  Publication of special report on health of St. Patrick Ward.
Oct. 5. -  Railway Strike settled.
Oct. 6. -  Mab's Cross removed from its old position.
Oct. 7. -  Death of Mr. Robert Barlow in his 80th year. - Quarter Sessions Court not held, there being no cases for trial.
Oct. 8. -  Induction of new Vicar of St Thomas's, Ashton (Rev. A. P. Burton).
Oct. 11. -  Mr. H. Twist adopted Labour Candidate for Leigh. - Death of Mr. Edmund Brown, Hindley, an old Bellringer, in his 81st year.
Oct. 12. -  Mayor's Visit to St. John's Church, Pemberton. - Soldiers' and Sailors' Unemployment Demonstration at Ince. - Annual Conference of Catholic Young Men's Societies.
Oct. 13. -  Inquest opened re gas ignition at Bispham Hall Collieries.
Oct. 15. -  Election in All Saints Ward: Woman Candidate defeated. - Death of Mr. W. Carnelley, for some time Chairman of Messrs. Rylands and Sons, Ltd., 96 years of age. - Grand Concert at Queen's Hall. - Annual Meeting of the Borough of Wigan and District Permanent Benefit Building Society.
Oct. 17. -  Important Farm Sale at Royal Hotel: Corporation purchase Pemberton Sewage Farm.- A nnual Meeting of Wigan Golf Club.
Oct. 18. -  Dr. J. S. Haldane, F.R.S., at Wigan Mining College.
Oct. 23. -  Mr. A. J. Hawkes (Aberystwith), appointed Chief Librarian of Wigan Libraries.
Oct. 24. -  Nomination of Candidates for Municipal EIections. - Departure of Col. Broome Giles, C.B., from Ashton Military Convalescent Hospital.
Oct. 25. -  Announcement of Captain P. W. de Courcy Smale's appointment as Organist at Wigan Parish Church. - Death, at Wigan, of Mrs. Emily Hannay, mother of Rev. Canon Hannay, better known as "George A. Birmingham," Irish novelist. - Irish Demonstration in Wigan.
Oct. 27. -  Death of Mrs. E. H. Woodcock.
Oct. 28. -  Case, Ogden v. Mason, at Liverpool Assizes. - First Meeting of Wigan Profiteering Tribunal.
Oct. 29. -  Hambourg Concert at Queen's Hall. - Wigan Council: Report on Motor Bus Services to out-districts.
Oct. 31. -  Retirement of Councillor J. M. Ainscough as Mayor-Designate. - Death of Mr. James Higham, Master Plumber and Painter, aged 70 years. - Skelmersdale Tragedy: Mother sentenced to death at Liverpool Assizes. - Death of Mr. E. H. Ambrose, formerly Wigan Workhouse Master.
Nov. 1. -  Announcement of Death of Very Rev. Dean Barry, formerly Rector of St. Marie's, Standish, in his 80th year. - Wigan Municipal Elections: Labour Party gain three seats; two women Candidates contest. - Councillor James Walkden selected to be Mayor of Wigan for ensuing year.
Nov. 4. -  Death of Mr. J. S. R Phillips, Editor of the Yorkshire Post, and formerly associated with Wigan. - Brotherhood Demonstration at St. Paul's Church, Standishgate.
Nov. 7. -  Death of Mrs. Kellett, widow of the late Wm. Kellett, J.P., Mining Engineer. - Meeting in Wigan regarding Farmers and Co-operation.
Nov. 8. -  Complimentary Dinner to Alderman Cheetham, the retiring Mayor.
Nov. 9. -  Golden Jubilee of St. Benedict's Church, Hindley.
Nov. 10. -  Wigan Council Annual Meeting: Councillor James Walkden appointed Mayor. - Home Secretary respited sentence of death (with a view to reprieve) passed on Elizabeth Williams for drowning her son at Skelmersdale.
Nov. 11. -  Armistice Anniversary Observances.
Nov. 12. -  Old Age Pensioner roasted alive in house fire in Wigan. - Wigan Cricket Club Annual Meeting.
Nov. 14. -  Annual Meeting of Wigan Education Authority.
Nov. 15. -  Death of Mr. John Lockhart Young, Director, Messrs. R. Burland and Sons, Bishopgate, aged 36 years.
Nov. 16. -  Death of Mr. J. M. Whitehead, Secretary, National Union Life Assurance Agents, aged 63 years. - Mayor's State Visit to the Parish Church.
Nov. 17. -  Wigan Police Force Entertainment.
Nov. 19. -  Annual Meetings Wigan and District Free Church Council.
Nov. 26. -  Death of Mr. James McLellan, Draper, in his 63rd year. - Grand Concert at Queen's Hall.
Nov. 27. -  Funeral of Mrs. Linton, of "Oakdale," Wigan Lane.
Nov. 28. -  Death of Mrs. Mather, Wife of Ex-Councillor A. E. Mather, aged 67 years.
Nov. 29. -  Rev. E. F. Forrest, Pemberton, appointed Hon. Canon of Liverpool Cathedral.
Dec. 1. -  Death of Mr. Joseph Speakman, Parbold, in his 81st year. - Death of Mrs. McCorquodale, widow of Mr George McCorquodale, in her 84th year.
Dec. 2. -  Death of Mrs. Knowles, widow of Mr. John Knowles, J.P., aged 57.
Dec. 3. -  Corporation Building Scheme discussed at Wigan Council Meeting. - Mr. Benjamin Hall appointed General Manager of the Tramways.
Dec. 4. -  Wigan Girls' High School Prize Distribution.
Dec. 6. -  Annual Meeting, Wigan and District Association, National Union of Teachers.
Dec. 7. -  Death of Mr. Henry Dee, Shevington, in his 79th year.
Dec. 8. -  Address in Wigan by Sir Robert Horne, Minister of Labour.
Dec. 9. -  Wigan Amateur Operatic Society decide to resume Performances. - Death of Mr. Harold O. Timmins, Hindley, Gas Engineer, aged 46 years.
Dec. 10. -  Upholland Grammar School Prize Distribution.
Dec. 11. -  Wigan Grammar School Prize Day. - Hospital Sunday und Saturday Annual Meeting.
Dec. 15. -  Presentation to Mr. Henry Brierley at Wigan Girls' High Scbool. - Inquest Double Drowning Fatality at Shevington.
Dec. 16. -  Judge Spencer Hogg's farewell at Wigan County Court. - Builders' Annual Dinner.
Dec. 17. -  Performance of "Elijah" by Wigan and District Philharmonic Society.


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