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BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Intimations of Births. Christenings, Deaths, and Memoriams (which must authenticated by sender's Name and Address) inserted

BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Intimations of Births. Christenings, Deaths, and Memoriams (which must authenticated by sender's Name and Address) inserted

.n the N«*s will charged SIXPENCE per Line each insertion. BIRTHS. CORRAN.—On the 10th inst.. at 18. nighiield Villas, wife of JOHN G. son. MARTIN.—On the lltb inst.. at Elm Bank, Moor Lane, Kersal. the wife THOMAS MARTIN, of daughter. DEATHS, BEADsHAW May 29th, sea. SIDNEY BRAD
11 June 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE ACTION AGAINST A MANCHESTER COLLIERY MANAGER.

THE ACTION AGAINST A MANCHESTER COLLIERY MANAGER.

Mr. Justice Wills, and common jury resumed the hearing in the Crown Court at the Manchester Assizes to-day, of tbe action which Alfred Tongue and Co., chartered accountants, of Manchester, claimed £1,000 from Henry Bramhall, colliery engineer, and managing director of Andrew Kno
26 April 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WARSHIPS IN MANCHESTER.

WARSHIPS IN MANCHESTER.

VOYAGE DOWN THE SHIP The passage of the flotilla of torpedo rundown the Slip Canal yesterday attr * *i thousands of r.pectators who were del>g novel spectacle. They were, however, ot than the officers and crews ofthevar The trip was every respect successful one, and there is no
26 April 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ANGLING NOTES.

ANGLING NOTES.

tab wll-kaown phrase football ha.T* arrv»ed half _,me in respect the close season for coarse fish. far the coarse Usher has had difficulty bearing his annual sentence, for the wretched weather was enough to crush entirely all long for the river lake. With the sudden advent plono
26 April 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NEW STEAMSHIP ??? FROM CHICAGO.

NEW STEAMSHIP ??? FROM CHICAGO.

"E-press' «olop;ram from yestord ■ «?.ys:—The steamer which left I yesterday, bound for i.urope, beins irst of the j projected line, was built a local yard, and m<»aned Chicago crew. She will proceed through the great lakes, the St. Lawrence River, and the Gulf of St. Lawrence t
26 April 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
YYOOD, ABRAHAM'S SPECTACLES. J. J. wood, oftician Market-st., & St^mv-st. T WANTED, by private limited company, 5 per cent, secured

YYOOD, ABRAHAM'S SPECTACLES. J. J. wood, oftician Market-st., & St^mv-st. T WANTED, by private limited company, 5 per cent, secured

debentures : employment or directorship to capable man with necessary capital: principals only.-Address in first instance, C. H.,c/o. Afflecks, Income Tax Rel ef and Repayment Agency Ltd., 72, Market-street. TOOLS. JOHN NESBITT. TOOLS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE 42, T. SPANISH GUITAR a
26 April 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHARGE AGAINST A SOLICITOR. £1,530 INVOLVED.

CHARGE AGAINST A SOLICITOR. £1,530 INVOLVED.

At Worcester City Police Court, to-day, Arthur Henry Halford, 45, solicitor and justices' clerk, surrendered to bail on a charge misappropriating sums £1,530 belonging to client, Mr. Thomas Cliffe Fittou, Macclesfield. There had been rumour that the prosecution had been withdiaw
03 June 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"THE SILVER SLIPPER" AT THE LYRIC.

"THE SILVER SLIPPER" AT THE LYRIC.

Manchester people have special interest in the new modern extravaganza " " The Silver Slipper,'' produced for the first time at the Lyric Theatre, London, on Saturday evening. The music, composed Mr. Leslie Stuart, the author of Florodora" is charmingly melodious, though trifle
03 June 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Scalded to Death.—This afternoon an inquest was held at Rochdale on the body of Ethel Howard, aged eight years, daughter

Scalded to Death.—This afternoon an inquest was held at Rochdale on the body of Ethel Howard, aged eight years, daughter

of Mi. John Howard, of 58, Manchester Road, Rochdale. The deceased, while taking teapot off the bar of the fire let it accidentally tall and was so severely scalded that she died the U
03 June 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SPANISH ELECTION RESULTS.

SPANISH ELECTION RESULTS.

THIS MORNING'S TELEGRAMS. (Reuters Telegram.) Madrid, Sunday. The results of the election to the Senate are as follows:—Liberals elected 117, Conservatives 56, Tetuomsts 7 Gomazists 4, Republicans 2, Romensi 1, Independent'!, and Archbishops and Bishops 9.
03 June 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England