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THE PURCHASE OF THE DROGHELA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

THE PURCHASE OF THE DROGHELA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

The purchase cf the vessels and other property of the Drogheda Steamship Company by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company for £80,000, or about £12 per share, has been completed subject to the consent of the shareholders and the sanction of Parliament.
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MARQUIS OF DUFFERIN AT EDINBURGH.

MARQUIS OF DUFFERIN AT EDINBURGH.

The Marquis of Dufferin delivered address as Lord Rector to the students of Edinburgh University in the M'Ewan Hall to-day, before large audience. The address was chiefly a retrospect of tho past century in which he marked the points of advancement and retrogression, religious,
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
POLISH COLLIERS AT HAYDOCK.

POLISH COLLIERS AT HAYDOCK.

Recently the Miners' Federation, annual conference, referred to foreigners who could not speak Enghsh being employed in coal mines. A typical case came before the Newton-le-Willows magistrates this morning, when three Poles residing Haydock were charged with doing damage house p
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LODGING-HOUSE THIEVES.

LODGING-HOUSE THIEVES.

A young married couple named Herbert Emmett and Mary Agnes Emmett, natives of Hebden Bridge, were charged at Todmorden to-day wdth larceny. The prisoners lodged Todmorden one night, and returned the hospitality by leaving with a watch, shawl, albert, and a savings box containing
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER AND ITS SUBURBS.

MANCHESTER AND ITS SUBURBS.

' PARK AND THE WILTONS. mted the first article dealing with l l * Jnoda °° Uple y * a g°»'Heaton Park *« S^* Pplication to a district hitherto better ly Wooden Lane, and still so described »c»tter <lumbered peacefully for centuries, a *rs and irre gnlar line of cottages, until a
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT CATARRH. Many people do not know that catarrh is disease arising from a corrupt condition of the

THE TRUTH ABOUT CATARRH. Many people do not know that catarrh is disease arising from a corrupt condition of the

blood. ome fact, nevertheless, and those who suffer from this complaint and who have tried all kinds of f V should at once see what Hood's Sarsaparilla can do lor It goes to the root of the evil; promptly eradic blood scrofulous poison which is the real cause ot catai : the same
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SALE OF A THACKERAY RESIDENCE.

SALE OF A THACKERAY RESIDENCE.

SALE OF THACKERAY RESIDENCE. (Special Telegrams.) This afternoon, an auction in London, the Crown lease of 2, Palace Green, Palace Gardens, Kensington, London, held for a term of forty-one years unexpired, at ground rents amounting to £125 per annum, and the freehold garden groun
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ALLEGED FALSE PROSPECTUS.

ALLEGED FALSE PROSPECTUS.

At the Liverpool Police Court, to-day, Herbert J. Mallabar and Patrick Sherry were charged with issuing a company prospectus knowing the same to be false, and James Rogers and Thomas Geddcs with aiding and abetting. Mr. Tobin, who prosecuted for the Treasury, said the prospectus
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COLLAPSE OF A MINE.

COLLAPSE OF A MINE.

The entire surface plant of the Aurora Zinc Mining Company, at Oronogo, Missouri, was swallowed up yesterday by cave-in." The surface above the extensive workings suddenly collapsed, and the office buildings engine-house, and hundred-ton mill were buried. It is impossible to est
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CROSS-COUNTRY NOTES.

CROSS-COUNTRY NOTES.

There seems to be a great divergence of opinion to the advisability of covering long distances in the early runs of the season. Even experienced runners like Charles Souch and S. J. Robinson differ on the point. The veteran argues that a man's stamina is greatly improved and tha
14 November 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England