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HIGH SHERIFF OF LEICESTERSHIRE.

HIGH SHERIFF OF LEICESTERSHIRE.

s MANCHESTER. di e " " gton, High Sheriff of r Saturday lle liad Previously under%4 ' s deceased gentlemen, f ° ir? Lle «te r ' ustice of eace ° Worce » fc ersl)ire. His family, mal_ orded tl,e Heralds' College v , for tver years. Sir ' e!dest son of-Adam de « township of Sale,
11 February 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE PIGEON EATING WAGER.

THE PIGEON EATING WAGER.

HESLIP EATS EXTRA BIRD. The contest which has excited such widespread interest in sporting circles was concluded at Farnley, Leeds, to-day, when the ex-gamekeeper Heslip accounted for his fourteenth bird within the stipulated time and to the satisfaction of the official referee.
06 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST SPORTING NEWS.

LATEST SPORTING NEWS.

TO-DAY'S MANCHESTER BETTING. LINCOLN HANDICAP. (One mile. Tuesday, March 26.) 10 to 1 Little Eva, 6 yrs, 7st lib, taken and off. ...J. 10 1 Forfarshire, yrs. Bst 91b, taken and offered ... J. lOC to 8 Good Luck, yrs, 111b, taken ~...J. Waugh 100 to 7 Misunderstood, yrs, 6st 101b
06 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST COMMERCIAL.

LATEST COMMERCIAL.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. London. Wednesday. 3 p.m. Absence business has again been the chief characteristic i-f markets. Conaola have given way for money and 3-16 for the account, and the war loan - lower at 97|. Home railways du3 ; South-Western ia 1 harder, whilst Metropolitan O
06 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OUR WAR FUND.

OUR WAR FUND.

SPECIAL APPEAL TO ALL OF THE EVENING NEWS. The following contributions have been received: s. d. Amount already acknowledged 15,959 13 7 Employes Messrs. Johnson and Nephew, Ltd., Bradford Ironwcrks and 66th weekly contributions), total to date, £209. Os. 6d.: February 23: Wire
06 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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THE GLADSTONE STATUE FOR MAN CHESTER.

THE GLADSTONE STATUE FOR MAN CHESTER.

THE .SITE STILL UNDECIDED UPON. We stated last week that a difficulty had sen respecting the site chosen for the statue 0 the bat W. E. Gladstone, funds for which were the late Mr. Roberts, a former Manchester met chant. The spot selected for and approved of the City Council was
06 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OUR CHESS COLUMN. CONDUCTED BY EJANUEL LASKER, Dk, Phil. Manchester, March 7, 1901. PROBLEM No. 8. E. Pradignat, Saujon. Fist

OUR CHESS COLUMN. CONDUCTED BY EJANUEL LASKER, Dk, Phil. Manchester, March 7, 1901. PROBLEM No. 8. E. Pradignat, Saujon. Fist

Prize of " Problem Tourney. biac-k (10 pieces). . .fl i Hill pppp£ warm (9 piecee). White to play and male in three moves. 2 2 1 8 Problems Nos. 6 and 7 were correctly solved by— "Throb," Ashton-cn*Morsey I N. Milne, Levenshulme T. P.. Manchester W. Ilalhworth, Eecles H. Morris,
06 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GENERAL BADEN-POWELL AND CAPTAIN MAYNE REID.

GENERAL BADEN-POWELL AND CAPTAIN MAYNE REID.

In the course of letter to Mrs. Mayne Reid, acknowledging the receipt of a copy of that lady's biography of her husband (Captain Mayne Reid), General Baden- Powcll says: —"I shall read it with the greatest interest, since be in his writings was one of my earliest instructors and
18 February 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE GREATER STOCKPORT SCHEME.

THE GREATER STOCKPORT SCHEME.

RESUMED GOVERNMENT INQUIRY. Mr. F. H. Tulloch, Local Government Board inspector, resumed to-day at Stockport his inquiry into the application of the Stockport Corporation for order to include within the borough area the districts of Reddish and Brinnington, and portions of Chead
18 February 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A BOY'S REVENGE.

A BOY'S REVENGE.

BOY'S REVENGE. At Nelson, to-day, Herbert Crewe, boy of 14, was charged with stabbing two boys with a knife. One of them he had wounded in the region of the heart. The evidence showed that the prisoner, who was deaf, had been subjected to a long course of persecution by his workm
07 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England