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CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &e. WANT PLACES Grainer and Paperhanger Wants Work.-56,St.8knon-at.,Balfd. Painter,Paperhangei . ,(irainerWantaWork :day or piecewk.-WlO9 GONPECTIONLItY.—Young — LadY-Wants Situation

CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &e. WANT PLACES Grainer and Paperhanger Wants Work.-56,St.8knon-at.,Balfd. Painter,Paperhangei . ,(irainerWantaWork :day or piecewk.-WlO9 GONPECTIONLItY.—Young — LadY-Wants Situation

as Assistant in bakehouse.-120, Bury New Read. Uheetham• 33, Wants Work: good painting and paper-1 hanging chlap for agent and property owners.—W 14. Trustworthy abstiba er, yenta Sit„ any capacity:good writer, capable salesman; will accept small wage. —V 274. ILToung Lady (16)S
31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Unfurnisted Boom, ter _pat.: Moss Side or Rusholnie.—W 65. Iten-c-Hardy.—Ceinfortable Apar ts.-6, Cavendish Road WITHINGTON district: 2 Unfurnished It 00.61.8:

Unfurnisted Boom, ter _pat.: Moss Side or Rusholnie.—W 65. Iten-c-Hardy.—Ceinfortable Apar ts.-6, Cavendish Road WITHINGTON district: 2 Unfurnished It 00.61.8:

atteeidmice, gas, and coal, 9s. —Address V 149, Evg. News. Wanted, Sitting-room and Bedroom for 3 respectable frig lien, with beard :Harpurhey district :terms mod.—W 3.3' TTNFURN. Roams Besu , red, or share small House: Old Trait.; ford or Gorse district: bath: state terms.—V 28
31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SEASIDE AND COUNTRY APARTMENTS TO BE LET. ORDERS FOR ADVERTISSMENTB 10 BE FUNDED TN AT THE ITNDERMENTIONED 1.0 AL OFFICES

SEASIDE AND COUNTRY APARTMENTS TO BE LET. ORDERS FOR ADVERTISSMENTB 10 BE FUNDED TN AT THE ITNDERMENTIONED 1.0 AL OFFICES

OR BE FORWARDED DIRECF TO HEAD OFFICE, CROSS-STREET, MANCETESTER. One Line, one week, 6 days for 2,6, 39 days 13/6. 78 days 20/- Two Lines, one week, 6 clays for 4 -, 39 days 23,-. 78 days 39/- liiree Lines. one w-ek, 6 days for 6, -, 33 days 34'6, 78 days 58, 6 lour Lines, one
31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
T? int RESORT 3.

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T? RESORT 3. fine. fresh. V., light; tine; smooth. .S.VV.; dull; calm. and N.-E. COAST.—W. to S.W. ;fair. V., light ; cloudy, mild, changeable. barque was driven ashore at g. Dover tugs have gone to -time to-night, 4 59.
31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE MANCHESTER MARKET. MANCHESTER, FRIDAY. We suppose that few people will be coming to town to-day with the expectation, whatever

THE MANCHESTER MARKET. MANCHESTER, FRIDAY. We suppose that few people will be coming to town to-day with the expectation, whatever

may be the desire, of doing much business. After all " it is no use flogging a dead horse," and even superhuman efforts could hardly succeed in bringing about anything like a normal amount of trade. The fact that speculation has now brought up the price of cotton to a level high
31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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At the recent examination of the London College of Music Mies Eveline A. Henshaw, of Birch Lane, Longsight, obtained the diploma of Associate for pianoforte playing. Pupil of W. Procter Redmayne, Esq., KL.C.M., Manchester and Didsbury. Admiral Sir R. F. H. Henderson to-day relin
31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
tHE MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909.

tHE MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909.

31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TROUBLES OF A LAND SURVEYOR

TROUBLES OF A LAND SURVEYOR

Only Earned Twelve Shillings a Week. The arrears in a ease of wife maintenance heard at the Manchester City Police Court, today, were stated to be £174. The defendant was Alfred Ernest Ward, a land surveyor, of Brailsford. Road, Fallowfield, and the evidence was to the effect th
31 December 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England