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Shakespeares's Evil Influence.

Shakespeares's Evil Influence.

Kind Lady: Do you mean to tell me that reading Shakespeare brought you to prison? What works did you read? Prisoner: "Romeo an' Juliet," mum! Kind Lady: But what evil influence could that have on you/ Prisoner: Why, it taught me to be a porchclimber, mum! Curious Cause of Bush F
18 May 1906 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PAY us A VISIT AND SEE WHAT YOU SAVE.

PAY us A VISIT AND SEE WHAT YOU SAVE.

For Deferred Payments 10 oio Extra will be Charged. CENTRAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSE. S. NEW BROWN•STREET, (four doors from Market-street) , MANCHESTER. Purchases Delivered Carriage Paid any distance. TO BE SOLD. TO BE SOLD. Owing to Termination of Lease, and contemplated Alteration
18 May 1906 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"EIGHTEEN YEARS' WEAR." 6, BALLS CHACE, HALSTEAD, ESSEX, 26/4(06. DEAR SIR,—I AM STILL WEARING THE WATCH I HAD FROM YOU

"EIGHTEEN YEARS' WEAR." 6, BALLS CHACE, HALSTEAD, ESSEX, 26/4(06. DEAR SIR,—I AM STILL WEARING THE WATCH I HAD FROM YOU

ABOUT EIGHTEEN YEARS AGO, AND IT HAS REALLY BEEN A SPLENDID TIMEKEEPER. THERE ARE MANY OF YOUR WATCHES WORN IN OUR FORCE. I THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR SENDING ME ON YOUR BEAUTIFUL CATALOGUE. I HAVE NO DOUBT I CAN FIND MANY THINGS THERE I MAY REQUIRE. — I AM, YOURS TRULY, A. CLARKE
18 May 1906 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WAREHOUSE FRICTION HOIST. for eat head: limit 10 cwt.—Bennett, Salisbury Building, Salford.

WAREHOUSE FRICTION HOIST. for eat head: limit 10 cwt.—Bennett, Salisbury Building, Salford.

Wanted WANTED, Oft. MORTAR MILL: must be In dition and orer-driven.—Address 0 266, Eve] IxTANTED, Two Cast or Wrought Iron TANKS,Sft. d con. News. E. I:I). Second-hand TANK. in good condition, about 5.000 gallons.—Suidnitt Laundry. Derhy-st.st Oxforel.st. go a l MACHINE. Pa S n
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

BIRMINGHAM MEETING. Handicapper: Mr. Rowland Leigh. Judge: Mr. W. Ford. starter: Mr. J. M. Malin. Clerk of the Scales: Mr. Charles Frail. Secretary and Au , Coneer: Mr. John Ford. Stakeholders: Messrs. Ford and Sons. Clerk of the Ccurse: Mr. Stanley B. Ford.
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOVEMBER 18, 1005 TO-DAY'S SPORTING NEWS. MANCHESTER BETTING. MANCHESTER NOVEMBER, HANDICAP. (One mile and a half. Saturday, November 25•) -

NOVEMBER 18, 1005 TO-DAY'S SPORTING NEWS. MANCHESTER BETTING. MANCHESTER NOVEMBER, HANDICAP. (One mile and a half. Saturday, November 25•) -

6to 1 Airship, 4y, Bst, 816, taken Brewer 8 to 1 Imari, 4y, 7st 511), taken Pic:,et .I,g 8 to 1 Long Tcm, 6w, 7st, 1311), taken .. ...... E , .;c.tt 10 to 1 Pradella, 6y, "Bst, taken 10 to 1 Outbreak, 3y, 8-at, taken Wright 10 , to 1 Catscradle, 4y, 7st 111 b, taken 10 to 1 Burg
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Pussy's Friend.

Pussy's Friend.

The cats'-meat man is almost exclusively a London institution. Certain rounds have been sold for as much as £3OO as going concerns, and many such rounds change hands at a price for the goodwill of from £2O to £lOO. Several London cats'-meat men have made considerable fortunes.
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Yankee Push.

Yankee Push.

The general opinion of the ingenuity of the American business man as an advertiser will be confirmed by the announcement that the Export Shipping Company of New York is arranging to send around the world a floating exposition of products of the United States. A 12,000- ton vesse
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A Broad Hint.

A Broad Hint.

Lady (at railway station, to porter): ,' Nov!, porter, are you sure I have all my luggage in the carriage ?" Porter: " Yes, Ma'am." Lady: "Nothing left behind ?" Porter: "Nothin', ma'am; not even a copper, ma'am."
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England