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ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BELLE VUE. LJ OPEN DAILY, from a.m. Band Monday. Wednesday, and Saturday, from 4 p.m. Admission Sixpence Each

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BELLE VUE. LJ OPEN DAILY, from a.m. Band Monday. Wednesday, and Saturday, from 4 p.m. Admission Sixpence Each

BOTANICAL GARDENS, MANCHESTER. The Renovation of the Gardens and Buildings is proceeding rapidly, and quite a new face is being put on all round. The 133TANICAL ORCHESTRA is engaged, and the uniforms are hi hand. Every prayer in this Orchestra IS A SOLOIST, and' the whole of Eng
25 March 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THOMPSON &

THOMPSON &

'PER'S VOICE AND THROAT PEARLS give immediate relief from Hoarsness, Loss of Voice, Sore Throats. Coughs, &c. Invaluable to Vocalists, Public Speakers, &c. In bottles, post free, Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. Sta. HENRY lam° writes : " Your Throat Pearls are Excellent." Thompson & Capppe
05 January 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RAILWAYS.

RAILWAYS.

CHESHIRE LINE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL MA'TC'H ANPIELD, LIVERPOOL. ENGLAND v. WALES, On Monday, March 27th, 1905, CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued to LIVERPOOL (Central), by Express Trains as under,— Stationw. a. m. Manchester dep. (Central) Liverpool arr. 'Centr
25 March 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO UR. to Gibraltar. a ll the members of Wily arrived at hed sterdaY, and lunc Mar i a Pia.

TO UR. to Gibraltar. a ll the members of Wily arrived at hed sterdaY, and lunc Mar i a Pia.

A fter a arid up the hills ? e 1 : i there is a vi viw to Lisbon• s ligh t n d there a ight Yo ward a visit, s correspondent tel cted here on goods,' litY AleVindra April Victoria and Prince Denmark, and Will be the the birthday of C., who was born is expected to wog% l e : vr i
25 March 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AGENTS. TRAVELLERS COMMISSIINS.

AGENTS. TRAVELLERS COMMISSIINS.

;n4uranee Agews W:.nted.—Supt.. 47, New Bailey-Atrc,et. every defier p .t t.d.iiespeople iii die`iewties as tea.-J. th&LCo.,a , :e' nts,. - . 5.M ,r,set-st. Te'.42x. 6& id. Bazaar tioc•cis.-I.argest elle., pe3t •aiuse whoiesale 2 ea:aliigu • !re.. —Henry May, inerellant 1619., B
05 January 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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THE TREND OT OPINION.

THE TREND OT OPINION.

After the evening meetings there were smaller gatherings in the licensed houses, and it is here, round the parlour fire, that the fate of Parliamentary candidates is sealed. In Stalybridge, where the public-houses and beerhouses lie thick on the ground, thero are Tory houses and
05 January 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
;VENING NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1905. Weather Forecast. DISTRICT ITEMS. (11 a.m. To-day to 11 a.m. To-morrow.) Manchester and District:—Cloudy,

;VENING NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1905. Weather Forecast. DISTRICT ITEMS. (11 a.m. To-day to 11 a.m. To-morrow.) Manchester and District:—Cloudy,

dull; some rain. Another fall of the barometer has occurred in the west, but pressure is now increasing at Valencia. Fresh southerly winds prevail at all western stations, but, further east they are light, the weather is dull generally, with rain at several western stations, and
25 March 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BOATRACE PRACTICE.

BOATRACE PRACTICE.

Cambridge were out for a short time this morning on a low ebb tide. The weather was fine but dull, with a slight south-west wind. The Dark Blues went out shortly after their rivals, and when a rigger had been adjusted paddled up the river against the ebb. KAISER'S VISIT TO TANGI
25 March 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
rHE MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS, PiIhit7RSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1905.

rHE MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS, PiIhit7RSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1905.

It may seem to colder-blooded Britons that there is more than a touch of hysteria in the telegram, just as in the much-discussed order of the day which Kuropatkin issued. "High- falutin' " was the descriptive adjective used in the latter case by level-headed critics outside that
05 January 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
KING AT CHATSWORTH.

KING AT CHATSWORTH.

To-day's Programme. This morning's sport at Chatsworth was spoiled by heavy downpours of rain, between which occasional glimpses of sun made the country look pretty. Rain-drops on the trees scintillated like diamonds, but the scene would suddenly change, and again rain came in t
05 January 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England