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OLDHAM BOY STEALS THE TILL.

OLDHAM BOY STEALS THE TILL.

A lad named James Fallon, aged 17, was this morning brought before the magistrates at Oldham on a charge cf stealing a cash register till containing 263., the whole being worth £3. 165., from the shop cf Messrs. Granville Wood and Company, chemists, 172, Waterloosireet, Oldham.
02 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST SPORTING NEWS.

LATEST SPORTING NEWS.

TO-DAY MANCHESTER BETTING LINCOLN HANDICAP. (One mile. Tuesday, March ._,__—_ 9 to Harrow, yrs, 7st 61b, off; after 10 to 1 laid.Wishard 100 to 9 Nightshade, 4 yrs, 6st 101b. taken G. Chaloner 100 to 9 Good Luck, 5 yrs, Sst lllb, takeu <fc offered.J. Waugh 100 to 9 Forfarshire,
20 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RADCLIFFE'S NET PARK.

RADCLIFFE'S NET PARK.

Contracts have just been let the Radcliffe District Council for the construction of new park at a cost of £4,500. The park will he eight acres in extent, five of which have been given the Earl of Derby. The remaining three acres have been acquired at a cost £600, and with a view
20 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BERTH. PBINCE.—On the 20th inst., at The Wheeleries, Manchester, wife WM. PRINCE, a son. DEATHS. BARXETT.—On

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BERTH. PBINCE.—On the 20th inst., at The Wheeleries, Manchester, wife WM. PRINCE, a son. DEATHS. BARXETT.—On

the 19th inst., 34, Clarence-street, Moss Side, GEORGE BARNETT, the beloved husband Eleanor Barnett, in his 72nd year. Interment Thursday, four o'clock. Southern Cemetery. Friends kindly accept this (the only) intimation. BIESTY.—On the 17th, JOHN BIESTY, eldest son John and Ann
20 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. MgSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Genuine Old Violin: stomped R.Duke: £4,-Hillsbach.44,Stockport Rd £7.—Collard Piano, fuJ_cmnpass ivory keys.—4o7Plyniouth-street Broadwood Cottage

SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. MgSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Genuine Old Violin: stomped R.Duke: £4,-Hillsbach.44,Stockport Rd £7.—Collard Piano, fuJ_cmnpass ivory keys.—4o7Plyniouth-street Broadwood Cottage

Piano: 655.—5, Bright-street, Liverpool-street." Bargain.—lron frame Piano: gemline7—"49TMa wson-st.,Ardw'k'Grn SOUND SECOND-HAND PIANO"iTORT"ES, from £8, HIME and ADDISON S. 30, Victoria-street. PIANOFORTE: Ivory keys: cost3sgs.: perfect: llgs. Evenings, seven to nine, Reposito
20 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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THE EVENING NEWS. MONDAY. MARCH 11, 1901. Lord Wolseley is evidently determined to return to the attack on War Office

THE EVENING NEWS. MONDAY. MARCH 11, 1901. Lord Wolseley is evidently determined to return to the attack on War Office

administration, and his projected visit Canada will probab y be postponed for that purpose. It is said he intends to relate his experiences during the five years he was Commander-in-Chief, and if he does eonsidercbly more light will be thrown upon the relath which have in the pa
11 March 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Skins on Fire ! Skins on ! SKINS ON FIRE ! SKINS FIEE With torturing disfiguring eczemas, and every species

Skins on Fire ! Skins on ! SKINS ON FIRE ! SKINS FIEE With torturing disfiguring eczemas, and every species

of itching, burning, bleedin, scaly and blotchy skin, scalp and blood humours, with loss of hair, are instantly relieved cured warm baths with CUTICURA SOAP, to the skin of crusts and , scales and the thickened cuticle, gentle anointings with CUTICURA, the great skin cure, to al
01 April 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE BOSTOCK LITIGATION.

THE BOSTOCK LITIGATION.

*~ the Manchester Chancery _ cf I Honour, Vice-Chancellor Hall, d« re Bostoch and Co., Ltd., which I sideration of the court the results oß ,pa*JW- creditors and shareholders of the " M' I ' _jr question who should be ■ Mather appeared for the Official and Mr. Grant for the larg
01 April 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CYCLING ACCIDENT AT WALKDEN.

CYCLING ACCIDENT AT WALKDEN.

CYCLING ACCIDENT WALKDEN. Considerable excitement was cause Road, Walkden, about four o clock o• noon through a young man named gate, Little Hulton, who was cycles losing control of his machine. *» a p was knocked down by violently to the ground. Mrs. Seddon i and shaken, and had
01 April 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE SINGULAR MATRIMONIAL ACTION.

THE SINGULAR MATRIMONIAL ACTION.

the E CARRY'S DECISION. a ' Court, this morning, his decision in the singular matri\ Was heard court on Plaintiff was Thorpe, and q . her husband, Charles Henry to e domestic differences the parties *tich and a covenan w drawn up, to busband t charge of one child, ? / a his wife
01 April 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England