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A DANGEROUS HABIT.

A DANGEROUS HABIT.

In the Edinburgh Court or Session to-day, Glasgow ship steward named John Brown sought a divorce from his wife, Maggie M'Cartney, Brown. According the evideuco the petitioner was led to suspect his wife's unfaithfulness because of remark she made in her sleep. The parties were m
22 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRADING BY OFF-LICENCE HOLDERS.

TRADING BY OFF-LICENCE HOLDERS.

AX IMPORTANT POINT. This morning the County Police Court Catherine Powley,'- Gorton Lane, Gorton, the holder of a grocer's off-licence, was summoned for keeping open licensed premises and exposing beer for sale during prohibited hour 3. The offence was committed on Sunday, Janua
22 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE MANCHESTER AND SALFORD PENNY BANK.

THE MANCHESTER AND SALFORD PENNY BANK.

The twenty-third annual report submitted the next meeting of Manchester and Salford Penny Savings Bank Association states that the banks in the association now number 10 new banks having been open, and seven closed. deposits these bunks wS £41,668, and the repayments £12,927. On
22 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MARTIN'S APIOL AND r, , ld . «,* ll Chemists, price 4». 60, jtiAitTlN, Che-mat, Southampton Eg* PAINTS, VAN ISHES,

MARTIN'S APIOL AND r, , ld . «,* ll Chemists, price 4». 60, jtiAitTlN, Che-mat, Southampton Eg* PAINTS, VAN ISHES,

Brushes, *c.,beft quality•'s^ ?, Manufacture: j. 28, OXFOHD-ST., C.-on-M^ji^"^^^^ RD. JOHNSON, CLAPHAM, * „ LIMITED, „rMT)II' 1 ' and 26, LEVER-STREET, PICCA"* COMPLETE FURNISHBRS* NEW SEASON GOODS. - rCf^ V SOLID ASH OAK BEDROOM AND RAWING ROOM-SE> v*u * OVERMANTELS. ff- HIGH-C
22 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Cera Cold Tahl«U. Ail XkTKEIstS teft^i U fills cursv is. I*o.— *"

Cera Cold Tahl«U. Ail XkTKEIstS teft^i U fills cursv is. I*o.— *"

22 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST NEWS. EVEN IK O SUITS OFFICE, Tuesday WEATHER REPORT. A large tends from the Continent over the southern parts

LATEST NEWS. EVEN IK O SUITS OFFICE, Tuesday WEATHER REPORT. A large tends from the Continent over the southern parts

the United Kingdom, but the barometer is falling most places. South-westerly or westerly winds prevail generally, and blow very strongly in the extreme north of Scotland. The weather is fine at some of our east coast stations, but. dull elsewhere, with rain at several places in
22 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MINERS' MEETING IN MANCHESTER TO-DAY.

MINERS' MEETING IN MANCHESTER TO-DAY.

THE BURNLEY DISPUTE. I ARBITRATION ACCEPTED. the executive of the Lancashire and Cheshire Miners" Federation met at the Association Hall, Manchester, under the presidency of Mr. Joseph Parkinson, of Wigan. The principal business was the further consideration of the dispute which
04 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GENERAL BULLER AT CREWE.

GENERAL BULLER AT CREWE.

Sir Redvera Buller, who staying with the Earl of Crewe, Crewe Hall, joined in a shoot to-day over the extensive Crewe estates. There was a distinguished party present. The weather, however, was exceedingly foggy, and interfered with good sport. is understood that General Buller
04 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CURIOUS CAUSE OF TELEGRAPHIC INTERRUPTION.

CURIOUS CAUSE OF TELEGRAPHIC INTERRUPTION.

A correspondent telegraphs to us that a remarkable curious interruption of telegraphic communication with the north of England was eifected a short time back by the careless handling of a string of sausages. The incident happened just before Christmas, and caused infinite amusem
04 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A LONDON TRAGEDY.

A LONDON TRAGEDY.

A WOMAN'S HEAD NEARLY CUT OFF. At an inquest held London to-day on the body of Lucy Smith, thirty-one, whose head was nearly severed from her body ar.d for whose murder Sampson Slias Salmon, her cousin, stands charged, a verdict of wilful murder was returned against Salmon, who
04 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England