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A Pillar of Congregationalism.

A Pillar of Congregationalism.

The Rev. E. T. Egg, whose death is just announced, though his name is perhaps not widely known, has founded more Congregational churches than any other man. He entered the ministry half a century ago at Woodford, then a village near London, and now a thickly-populated suburb. Si
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Football Enthusiast.

The Football Enthusiast.

My legs are broken, mother; . My nose fractured bad, One arm is squashed, and t'other Is not the arm I had. But all these pains, like Priam, 1 hold in light esteem: We won the game, and I am The captain of the team. My skull is fractured, mother; l'rn going fast, I fear; Say goo
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
What is Wanted.

What is Wanted.

Referees are perturbed at the stinging remarks passed upon them by members of the press. "We have reached a crisis i n t h e , matter," they say, and their cause is championed by Mr. W. rickford in a Sondon paper. He declares that some of the comments are libellous, and that had
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SCALE OF CHARGES.

SCALE OF CHARGES.

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS LMPORTA.NT.—Advertisements to be Clarained must reach this *We at 11 a.m. Monday to Friday; .0 30 a. m. Saturday, but they can be inserted up to 4 30 p.m. under 'the heading of TOO LATE FOP. CLASSIFICATION. Charge: id. per line in addition to scab charges b
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
rAPrrAL Family on tram route: rents its. 6d. and 9s.—Bey 30, Brunswick-street, Cheethara. 'Voss Lane Ea'', (247).—Attractive well-appointed House: large

rAPrrAL Family on tram route: rents its. 6d. and 9s.—Bey 30, Brunswick-street, Cheethara. 'Voss Lane Ea'', (247).—Attractive well-appointed House: large

bathroom :gard. :£28.-W.1% aornlin3,7.Brszennose-st TTRUSTON.-23, Moss Grove, Church Rd.: pleasant House: lJ good gardens: £l9. lOs.—W.W . Tomlin, 7, Brazennose-at.
18 November 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PAR'rYERBHIPS, &c.

PAR'rYERBHIPS, &c.

Partner Wanted, with £2OO, to extend business.—B Accountant Offers Far.time Bervces: remuneration on results only: view ultimate partnership & time.—B 29. LAUNDRIES &e. For Sale, good Collar or Shirt Machine, cheap.—B 247, E.N. 1, Halton-at., Brooks'sßar. ALITE. FALLOy• B', CHEA
23 June 1906 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HOTTEST DAY. The Temperature in Manchester. '

HOTTEST DAY. The Temperature in Manchester. '

The weather in Manchester is again gloriously fine to-day, though the heat is rather trying to many people. At 11 o'clock this morning the temperature nearly equalled that of the previous highest this summer, and as later on it rose still more, to-day must rank as the hottest da
23 June 1906 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE THEATRES. Popularity of the "Star."

THE THEATRES. Popularity of the "Star."

One of the most sensible reasons that have been advanced explanation of the ret;ent failure of American plays is that the pr,incers of them were seriously handicapped by not having arranged to include popular Etw.lish players in the casts. The suggestion is that these unfortunat
23 June 1906 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DEFAULTING SOLICITORS

DEFAULTING SOLICITORS

Justices Ridley, Darling, and Bray to-day, London, made an order striking off the roll of solicitors the name of Thomas Butler Redfearne, late of Scale Lane, Kingston-on-Hull, who was found by the Law Society to have misappropriated trust money. A similar order was made in the c
23 June 1906 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PRINCE EDWARD'S BIRTHDAY.

PRINCE EDWARD'S BIRTHDAY.

The twelfth birthday of Prince Edward of Wales was celebrated at Windsor to-day in the customary manner. The whole garrison paraded at midday to-day at Shorncliffe in the presence of thousands of spectators, and the trooping of the colours was performed in honour of Prince Edwar
23 June 1906 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England