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THE COLOMBIAN REVOLUTION.

THE COLOMBIAN REVOLUTION.

(Reuters Telegrams.) New Tork, Saturday. Latest reports indicate that the revolution in Colombia has received severe check, and that General Rosas, who led the insurgents near the frontier of Ecuador, has been defeated. is further reported that General Rosas was killed.
26 October 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FIRE AT A HYDE MILL.

FIRE AT A HYDE MILL.

FIRE AT HYDE MILL. fire broke out the Apethorrte origl morning and did considerable damag y »nd Jyo» through friction from one of tea rapidly. The Hyde Corporation fare tv» on the scene and quickly overpowerea building is situated on the canal The damage would have been more exte
26 October 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

An attractive programme will be presented the Theatre Royal next week by the return visit Manchester of very popular comic opera by Leslie Stuart, entitled " Florodora." Some variations have been made in the cast since its initial performances here, but there is every reason for
26 October 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LANCASHIRE OFFICERS IN A WEST AFRICAN FIGHT.

LANCASHIRE OFFICERS IN A WEST AFRICAN FIGHT.

LANCASHIRE OFFICERS A WEST AFRICAN FIGHT. Advices from Nigeria report that Captain W. J. Venour, of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, adjutant of the Southern Nigeria Battalion, had great assistance from two Lancashire oftcera wlien command of the expedition, rendered necessary the "ho
26 October 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST SPORTING NEWS.

LATEST SPORTING NEWS.

30—PARK HANDICAP S CHASE—3m. 5 to winner, 9 to to 1 third
26 October 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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CLERKS ABSISTANT3. &c. WANTED. Fish, Game, and Poulterer's.—Young Man, used trade— R 131. FUR CUTTING.—LESSONS: opens now.— R 139. Evening

CLERKS ABSISTANT3. &c. WANTED. Fish, Game, and Poulterer's.—Young Man, used trade— R 131. FUR CUTTING.—LESSONS: opens now.— R 139. Evening

News. Kespectable quick Ottice Boy Wanted.—R 173. Evening News office. Wanted, good Boy for milk business—Apply 9. Garden-st., Ardwick i'.OY, for office and errands: wages Ss.—Address 223, Evg. News. Folder and Sewer—6, ERRAND BOY WANTED: wages Cs—4s, Alexandra Road. Good IMPROV
26 October 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE PATENT NOVELTIES CO.

THE PATENT NOVELTIES CO.

CHARGES OF CONSPIRACY. ANOTHER REMAND, The fir3t Court in the City Police Buildings was this morning besieged people anxious to obtain admission for the purpose of catching glimpse of the baker's dozen of prisoners who have been charged on a warrant with conspiracy to defraud Wm
29 October 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MYSTERIOUS DEATHS IN LIVERPOOL.

MYSTERIOUS DEATHS IN LIVERPOOL.

SUSPECTED PLAGUE. Medical experts are investigating several Liverpool presenting symptoms of food poisoning £ discover whetae* there are grounds for susnir- plague. A nunber of the deaths have occurred house under mysterious circumstances. Another telegram says: —Shortly after t
29 October 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ANGLING NOTES.

ANGLING NOTES.

* J .' im ' ' mbered as day on b P ° rtant fishin contests were decided, * ' / feSU!ta whole lcfc the experiment h ate ******* hurry. A little courtesy " »d a " undesirablo a heartburnings and rally - of four ter-4, of y ', and further advance the figures ,T advocate the abandon
23 August 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNTY CRICKET.

COUNTY CRICKET.

NOTES ON SOME LEICESTER MATCHES PLAYED AT OLD TRAFFORD. (THOU COBRJSSPONDEHT.) Long before tbe Leicestershire County Club was promoted to the front rank their team had made occasional visits Old Trafford. The earliest of these occasions was in 1875, when the home team won an inn
23 August 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England