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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
January 21, 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.
January 21, 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
January 21, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE FATAL EXPLOSION ON THE RAILWAY.

THE FATAL EXPLOSION ON THE RAILWAY.

Lieutenant-colonel Yon Donop, in his report on the explosion of the toiler of an engine at Westerfield, en the Great Eastern Railway, on September 25, when the driver and fireman were killed, says that the manner which boi'er repairs are carried out seem to call for greater supe
January 21, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A COSTER COMEDIAN'S CLOTHES.

A COSTER COMEDIAN'S CLOTHES.

DAMAGES AGAINST ALEC HURLEY. In the Westminster County Court to-day, Messrs. Skinner and Co., West End tailors, claimed £25, 13s. for clothes supplied to Alec Hurley, coster comedian. Plaintiffs' case was that the sums charged were their ordinary charges. Seven guineas was charg
January 21, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A BURNING FATALITY.

A BURNING FATALITY.

An inquest was held this morning the City Coroner (Mr. S. Smelt) on the body of Jessie Heard, aged four, of 42, Chancery Lane, Ardwick. From the evidence appeared that on Wednesday last deceased was taken her sister to .house in Union-street Ancoats. In this house newspaper was
January 21, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THEFT OF LETTERS.

THEFT OF LETTERS.

At Hyde, to-day, Samuel Hyde, of 38, Hyde Lane, Hyde, was charged wtth stealing four letters on the 21st inst. The Chief Constable informed the bench that the prisoner was detected by man named John Cheetham tampering with the Kingston Brow letter box. His actions were so suspic
January 21, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MR. CROSS'S CONCERTS.

MR. CROSS'S CONCERTS.

large audience attended Mr. Cross's concert in the Association H*ll Saturday The entertainment was provided Mr. Harris, the popular society humourist, with the assistant of Miss Nellie Gallafent: Mr. Harris gentleman of remarkable versatility, and throughout a long succession of
January 21, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DROWNING CASES.

DROWNING CASES.

Seaton, Durham, yesterday, lady visitor, Miss Frances Atkinson, a teacher under the London School Board, was drowned while bathing. Seeing the lady in difficulties two gentlemen made separate attempts to rescue her, but she sank before they reached her. une ot them dived after h
August 3, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England