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Killed Eight Single-handed J CHINESE soldier tak- • ■ ing part in the fight for the Japanese position ■ of

Killed Eight Single-handed J CHINESE soldier tak- • ■ ing part in the fight for the Japanese position ■ of

Hkawng Lawhang. in ■ ■N. Burma, killed eight ■ Japanese, two of them * ■ oflßcers, saved his wounded ■ squad-leader and him- ■ S self received wound, in a ■ single-handed grenade at- ■ tack, cables a corre- spondent in the Jambu- ■ bum area. his feat • For exceptional ■ of heroi
03 April 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Missing, Believed Drowned

Missing, Believed Drowned

Spr. Joseph Hough, Katherinest., Ashton-under-Lyne (Indian war theatre). Was employed by Ashton firm ol cotton spinners. Prisoners Dvr. R. I. Carter, Stockport Rd., Ashton under-Lyne (in German hands). Had been reported missing on February 10. and had served in North Africa and
03 April 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
S GUIDE URMSTON

S GUIDE URMSTON

CURZON.— -Ralph Richardson and John Clements THINGS TO COME Empress <a.b.c.). gentleman JIM (T 7). Cont. 2 0 Qbod Friday. UALACE.—Susan Peters, Pierre Aumont, *■ ASSIGNMENT BRITTANY."
03 April 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mrs. Duncan Collapses Receiving Nine Months in Seances Trial

Mrs. Duncan Collapses Receiving Nine Months in Seances Trial

‘OH, GOD, I HA VEN’T DONE IT!’ DOCK CRY \TRS. HELEN DUNCAN, known throughout Britain as a ■ - Spiritualist medium, collapsed moaning in the Old Bailey dock tonday when the Recorder (Sir Gerald Dodson) sentenced her to nine months’ imprisonment for her part in the Witchcraft Act
03 April 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
J. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS. Mon., April 3. 1944.

J. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS. Mon., April 3. 1944.

03 April 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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Oil Wharves 1/1134* Queen's Hotel -• R. H. O. HU1 S (EpJ.) 11/3 'Slack Mills 12 6 x.d
03 April 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SLACKS

SLACKS

Half coupon rate and much less than halfprice ! Further supply 100 pairs only, smart pin-stripe patterns in maroon, blues, brown, etc. Sizes 24 to 28-lns. 4 f* / (Pair) | - UNDERWEAR Half - price and half coupon rate ! Women’s vests and Knickers in good quality interlock. Cream
03 April 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LOCAL BILLS IN PARLIAMENT.

LOCAL BILLS IN PARLIAMENT.

To-day the Examiners of Standing Orders had before them number of private Bills. Among those connection with which the examiners found that the standing ordei-3 had been complied with were several local Bills. One these, the Heywood and Middleton Water Board Bill, is a measure f
21 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
(Special Telegrams.) DEVTH OF LANCASHIRE LEAGUE CRICKETER. The death announced from consumption of Mr. J. W. Bush, whose splendid wicket-keeping

(Special Telegrams.) DEVTH OF LANCASHIRE LEAGUE CRICKETER. The death announced from consumption of Mr. J. W. Bush, whose splendid wicket-keeping

was largely instrumental Rawtenstall winning the Lancashire League Cricket Championship 1894. The deceased, who was only 26, was a native of RawtenstaU.
21 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A SAILOR DROWNED AT RUNCORN.

A SAILOR DROWNED AT RUNCORN.

This morning the body of sailor was recovered from the Ship Canal at Runcorn. The body has been identified that Paul Jeay. aged 49, of Mansell Court. Guernsey, able seaman on the schooner Lancashire Lad, of Barrow, who had been missing for a month. He is supriosed to have fallen
21 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England