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THE TUNERIDGE HORROR.

THE TUNERIDGE HORROR.

THE QUESTION OF IDENTITY. persons living at Southborough vho saw Frances Hourfco riding in a waggon the night of "urder failed this morning, at Wells ro!ic° Ration, to identify Harold Anted, the prisoner, as the "■■n who drove the waggon. .Veil her could they rc-og- |' ,s the wa
06 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST COMMERCIAL.

LATEST COMMERCIAL.

.ON J STO(!K KXCIIANGE. ■ , 3 in. Not over cheerful tone ha* characterised The stork markets to-day, and prices have moved irregularly. Amongst home railways Furness, Great Eastern, aud South-Western have been in demand. A further decliue has occurred in the American market eymp
06 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MOTOR MAILS.

MOTOR MAILS.

TO BE TRIED BETWEEN MANCHESTER AND LIVERPOOL. A contract has been entered into between the Post Office and the Manchester Haulage Company for the conveyance of the night mail from Manchester to Liverpool and from Liverpool Manchester by means of the company's motors. This is ano
06 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTHS, MAREIAGES, DEATHS. Births, Chri-'teuings. Marriages, and Deaths which must be authenticated sender's Name and address; i_se_ted the Evening charged

BIRTHS, MAREIAGES, DEATHS. Births, Chri-'teuings. Marriages, and Deaths which must be authenticated sender's Name and address; i_se_ted the Evening charged

SIXPENCE per Line each insertion. » BIRTHS. CHAPMAN.—On January 5tU, Mr. and Mrs. _. H. CHAPMAN, Sunnyside, Albert Square, Bowdon, son. CLARKE.—On January 3. Mr. and Mrs. B. CLARKE, 42, Cawdor Road, son. .. FITTON.—On January 4th, at IS9, Burton Eoad, West WILSON.—Ou the inst.,
06 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SALES PRIVATE CONTRACT MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Violin, by Klotz, £6: Phonographlss.—44, Stockport Road. John Piano: cheap.—3ss. Dickenson Road, Longsight. Mornington and

SALES PRIVATE CONTRACT MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Violin, by Klotz, £6: Phonographlss.—44, Stockport Road. John Piano: cheap.—3ss. Dickenson Road, Longsight. Mornington and

Weston PIANO: bargain. £10.—P 129, E. News. D. B. Gun 59/-260,RochdaleRd Beil Organ, 10 stops: bargain.—24. Tulip-street. Lower Broughton jpiANO, £7.105., or 2s. weekly. | 89, Broad-street, Pendleton. 8"" OUND SECOND-HAND PIANOFORTES, from £8, at HIME , and ADDISON'S. 30, Victor
06 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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Yesterday's meeting of the Court of Governors of the Owens College was profoundly interesting. The subject discussed was of the

Yesterday's meeting of the Court of Governors of the Owens College was profoundly interesting. The subject discussed was of the

most vital importance, and those who discussed it spoke with authority and with full knowledge of and and enthusiasm for the topic they had consider. Summing up a single brief sentence the matter debate, the Governors of the Owens College were asked to say whether or not the tim
08 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY.

A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY.

INQUEST ON FATHER AND CHILD. To-day, at Walthamstow, near London, inquest was held en the bodies of William Henry Downes, a music stool maker, and his infant daughter, Alice Lucy, aged months, whose deaths occurred under tragic circumstances en Monday. The widow said her husband
08 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A Kidderminster says there is little alteration in the condition Sir Thomas Lea. He did not pass a good night

A Kidderminster says there is little alteration in the condition Sir Thomas Lea. He did not pass a good night

, and remains seriously il!. Lord Kitchener being unable to assume the Indian Commander-in-Chiefship this spring is understood (says an Allahabad teiegram) that General Palmer's term of office expiring in March will be extended until the autumn. Last night boy seven years old, t
08 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE ALTRINCHAM MYSTERY

THE ALTRINCHAM MYSTERY

*> STILL NO CLUE. Despite the most vigilant and untiring search on the part of the police and her distressed relatives and friends nothing has up to the present come to light that can point to the whereabouts cf Miss Mary Beatrice Leyland, tho missing Altrincham young lady. The
08 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A CHESHIRE SOCIETY EVENT.

A CHESHIRE SOCIETY EVENT.

CHESHIRE SOCIETY EVENT. The theatrical performance Eaton last night in aid of the Capetown cathedral fund was a brilliant affair. The whole the handsome suite of rooms were thrown open. The Duke and Duchess of Westminster entertained large party for the occasion. Many of the gent
08 January 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England