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The Channel Swim,

The Channel Swim,

Of the score or so of aspirants to conquer the Channel five are making attempts this week. Two, Holbein and Wolffe, have previously tried their luck, but Heaton, the Liverpool man, and the two Italian swimmers have not hitherto acquainted themselves with the difficulties of a Ch
August 6, 1907 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SHOPS, 000DWILLS-IN-TRADE, &c

SHOPS, 000DWILLS-IN-TRADE, &c

August 6, 1907 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LAND AND EILILDIN ..s.

LAND AND EILILDIN ..s.

August 6, 1907 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SHOCKING BURNING FATALITY IN ANCOATS.

SHOCKING BURNING FATALITY IN ANCOATS.

The Deputy City Coroner, Mr. L. J. Aitken, held an inquest to-day on the body of Sarah Ann Smith, aged years, of Square, Hamer-street, Aneoate. On Saturday evening the deceased, who was partially paralysed and walked with the utmost difficulty, was left alone the house sitting o
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FIRE IN A MANCHESTER WAREHOUSE.

FIRE IN A MANCHESTER WAREHOUSE.

About five o'clock Saturday afternoon tho Manchester fire brigade was summoned outbreak of fire in the warehouse of M. Agopians, Chorlton-street, Portlacdgtreet. Chief Officer Parker took fire six tenders, steamer, and escapes, and on his arrival found the three top storeys buil
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FIRE AT A HYDE RUBBER WORKS.

FIRE AT A HYDE RUBBER WORKS.

On Saturday afternoon a fire broke out Rcdfern's rubber works, Hyde Lane. donkey engine from the colliery close was quickly got to work, and the Borough Brigade was sent for but the main portion of buildings had been gutted when arrived, there being a great deal of infommable ma
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ILLNESS OF A COUNCILLOR.

ILLNESS OF A COUNCILLOR.

ILLNESS OF COUNCILLOR. Councillor Wilson was this morning reported to no better, he being still in a very weak condition.
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DROWNING FATALITY AT WARRINGTON.

DROWNING FATALITY AT WARRINGTON.

WARRINGTON. The body of James Edward Black, of Argyle-street, Warrington, who has been missing from his home about three weeks, has been recovered from the Bridgewater Canal at Black Bear Bridge, Latchford.
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A FARMER SHOT.

A FARMER SHOT.

The death reported of Mr. John Dean, of Manor Hou6e Farm, Crawford Village, near Wigan. His wife heard the report of firearms, and found Mr. Dean lying on the floor with wounds on the head. supposed he was taking down the gun when fell, and was discharged. The deceased gentleman
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OUR VOLUNTEERS.

OUR VOLUNTEERS.

Captain S. L. Mandleberg, the popular officer of Mounted Infantry Company of the V.8.M.R., has been promoted to the rank of major in the battalion. Captain Mandleberg has commanded the Mounted Infantry Company of this corps for over 11 years, and under him a marked degree of eff
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England