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DEATH C. J. HALL. ♦ LOCAL MUSICAL CELEBRITY. Manchester iovers of music will regret to hear of tho death of

DEATH C. J. HALL. ♦ LOCAL MUSICAL CELEBRITY. Manchester iovers of music will regret to hear of tho death of

Dr. Charles John Hall, who for many years, has been associated and identified with the higher musical hie of the city. Dr. Hall was profession a solicitor, but a great deal of hi* spare time was devoted to the cultivation of his personal knowledge music and in fostering the publ
14 May 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EIRE AT CASTLETON.

EIRE AT CASTLETON.

This morning about half-past three a portion of the large leather manufactory of Messrs. John Ormerod and Sons, at Castleton, Rochdale, was found to be on fire. Rochdale Corporation fire brigade and steamer were speedily at tho scene, and after three hours' hai'd work confined t
14 May 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WATER CONTAMINATION AT BOLTON.

WATER CONTAMINATION AT BOLTON.

WATER CONTAMINATION BOLTON. In the annual report to the Local Government Board for 1899-1900, published to-day, is included the report of the Medical Officer the gathering grounds and waterworks of the Bolton Corporation. Originally an application was made the Bolton Town Council
14 May 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
" For the Blood is the Llfe." Clarke's Wor!:;'iame:i Blood Mixture Is warranted to cleanse the blood from all impurities,

" For the Blood is the Llfe." Clarke's Wor!:;'iame:i Blood Mixture Is warranted to cleanse the blood from all impurities,

from whatever cause arising. For Scrofula, Scurvy. Ecxema. Bad Legs. Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores all kinds, its effects are marvellous. Sold everywhere 2s. 9d. per bottle. Thousands of testimonials of wonderful cores from all parts of the world. Beware worthless
14 May 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE PURSUERS OF DE WET AGAIN MISLED.

THE PURSUERS OF DE WET AGAIN MISLED.

LATEST WAR NEWS (Press Association Telegram.) Philipstown, Friday. General Bruce Hamilton's force left Paauwpans on Wednesday afternoon, report having meanwhile arrived that De Wet was nearly surrounded Petrusville, and rushed on to Leawberg. heavy rainstorm was encountered on W
02 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
new invention for extracting whole cottonseed kernels from their husks is in successful operation in Texas, and it may (the

new invention for extracting whole cottonseed kernels from their husks is in successful operation in Texas, and it may (the

New York correspondent of the " Morning Post" thinks) revolutionise the cottonseed manufacturing industry. The plant has a daily of 100 tons. The extraction is done machinery and chemicals. The kernels are be? shipped to France for the oil they contain, ana the aavi. the new ttr
02 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FURNISH ON EASY PAYMENTS at tbe WARWICKSHIRE FURNISHING COMPANY, LTD. CHAPEL-STREET, * 133 * 200, REGENT ROAU. SAL) ORD. Our

FURNISH ON EASY PAYMENTS at tbe WARWICKSHIRE FURNISHING COMPANY, LTD. CHAPEL-STREET, * 133 * 200, REGENT ROAU. SAL) ORD. Our

numerons establishment are too well known need comment in an expensive advertisment.and therefore think only neoes«ary to point out that continue to supply every description Household Furniture of the veiy best quality the lowest prlcej «nd on the following terms:— £5 worth.. 2s
02 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NIGHT MARAUDERS NEATLY CAUGHT.

NIGHT MARAUDERS NEATLY CAUGHT.

Two men, George Smith, Pump-street, Oldham, and Harry Leathley, Rome-street, New Allen-street, Manchester, were seen late last night by two constables coming from Dalton-street with quantity of old lead and brass in their possession. The constables—Ramsey and Roberts —interrogat
30 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE BURY DEATH OF MRS. * Mary Ann Goacher, whose kusba"'' '* ' Millwright-street, off Spring-street, b P. charged with

THE BURY DEATH OF MRS. * Mary Ann Goacher, whose kusba"'' '* ' Millwright-street, off Spring-street, b P. charged with

attempting to murder" on the house fire on the inst., die Infirmary, where she had been 8U1< ned V The woman, who had been badly » s head and arms, stated in the dcposi" against the oven; but the neighbour they heard her screaming Murde •
30 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE MONMOUTH ELECTION PETITION.

THE MONMOUTH ELECTION PETITION.

< t.on e f the Monmouth te - d »y. voter V d^cleri Cal Was , "?aged by the Con- W rk at the elections, and o , be signed was n Uld a * a voter, and that the ' 'fo Slgn rece ts the did »<* •W- «y hSS hey had inf d 8 the seat must go. cW . n ' as matters «ich he wished to l ** S,°
30 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England