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THE SHIP CANAL.

THE SHIP CANAL.

After a busy week end traffic on the Canal this morning was rather small dimensions, the arrivals numbering four cud departures two. These for the greater part were coast and continental vessels, which frequently visit docks carrying general goods. At present two of the Manchest
23 June 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRAGEDIES AT STOCKPORT.

TRAGEDIES AT STOCKPORT.

STRANGLED BY A CORD. inmate tho Stockport Nurses' Home, named Joseph Longson, aged 50 years was yesterday found dead that institution. He had been strangled by piece of cord. The deceased had resided Sandy Lane, Stockport, and had been admitted into the institution to undergo an
23 June 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COLLAPSE OF AN HOTEL IN TEXAS

COLLAPSE OF AN HOTEL IN TEXAS

COLLAPSE OF AN HOTEL TEXAS Twenty Lives Lost. The St. James's Hotel, Dallas (Texas), completely collapsed to-day from some cause at present unknown. Tho hotel was filled with visitors. Twenty lives were lost, and many persons were injured.—Central News.
23 June 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A PUBLIC-HOUSE QUARREL.

A PUBLIC-HOUSE QUARREL.

At Church, this morning, a labourer named Frederick James Crvssley, Commercial-street, Church, was charged v.th unlawfully wounding a professional runner named Robert Whittle, in Navigation Inn, ~,n r ' daturasy night. A dispute, arose about walking from Holt Mill, to Thorn Inn
23 June 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE SHIP CANAL POLLUTION CASE.

THE SHIP CANAL POLLUTION CASE.

To-day, at the Salford County Court, His Honour Judge Parry again had before him the case of the Mersey and Irwell Joint Committee against the Salford Corporation in respect of the pollution of the Ship Canal by Salford sewage. The case was previously before the court on Februar
23 June 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST CRICKET.

LATEST CRICKET.

LANCASHIRE v. Lancashire—s9 for wickete. 4 : Ward, c Fishwick Glover 13 YORKSHIRE AUSTRALLINS. XOTTS v. LEICESTERSHIRE, Leicestershire—22 for no wicket. (- <'/)L'CESTERSHIR v. crce-tcrshire—l6l for 3 wickets HAMPSHIRE v. KENT. •» Kent—lo6 for 3 wickets. M.C.C. v. DERBYSHIRE. -M.
23 June 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WEBBERS VITADATIO, VITADATIO, THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN HERBAL - REMEDY, Is now being introduced into England Mr. S. A. PALMER who

WEBBERS VITADATIO, VITADATIO, THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN HERBAL - REMEDY, Is now being introduced into England Mr. S. A. PALMER who

has established in all tbe States of Australia and New Zealand, the fame of the wonderful remedy for the cure of all diseases arising from an impure state of the blood, namely ' Consumption,Bright's Disease, Cancer, Tumours, Abscesses, Hydatids, Gall Stones, Gravel, Stricture, L
23 June 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
P GB^A^-STOCKTAKI SALE ITTS'S LONDON ROAD, MANCHESTER (Just past Station, through Railway Arch) ALSO PITTS'S, PANTHEON, GAYTHORN (Just past Manchester

P GB^A^-STOCKTAKI SALE ITTS'S LONDON ROAD, MANCHESTER (Just past Station, through Railway Arch) ALSO PITTS'S, PANTHEON, GAYTHORN (Just past Manchester

Central Station) _ _ PATRONISED BOYALTY, NOBILITY GRAND BARGAINS FOR QUICK _*yE S. PITTS'S STOCKTAKING SALE.— HOTTSFS OP FURNITURE 154, 221, 231, 88*. 50, 75. up to guineas, specially augmented in Quality and Quant ? n,f Articles, for this Sale far SURPASSES ALL OTHEK particular
23 June 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE ALERT," 3, Spring Gardens. Ittarket-street.—All classes of superior SERVANTS now waiting.

THE ALERT," 3, Spring Gardens. Ittarket-street.—All classes of superior SERVANTS now waiting.

03 April 1907 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WANTED, immediately. respectable GIRL for Workroom. Kitchen: references requinexi.—Apply Affleok and Brown. Furnishing Department, Oldham -street. V GENERAL CLERK for

WANTED, immediately. respectable GIRL for Workroom. Kitchen: references requinexi.—Apply Affleok and Brown. Furnishing Department, Oldham -street. V GENERAL CLERK for

engineer's office. chart. V, hand and typist, age about 90: state experience and salary.—Address T 256, Evening News office.
03 April 1907 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England