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Sir Joseph Hooker, the famous naturalist and surgeon, celebrates his 92nd birthday to-day. The induction of the Her. A. E. Talbot as rector of the Stowell Memorial Church, Salford, will take place on Saturday next. Ordered complete rest, Mr. W. C. Heaton- Armstrong, M.P., has pa
June 30, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SUFFRAGETTE RAID. Over -a Hundred Arrests- at Westminster. Defendants at the Police Court. Wild scenes took place in the precincts

SUFFRAGETTE RAID. Over -a Hundred Arrests- at Westminster. Defendants at the Police Court. Wild scenes took place in the precincts

of Parliament yesterday evening when the deputation of suffragettes headed by Mrs. Pankhurst endeavoured to force their way to the House. There were many desperate encounters with the police. and Mrs. Pankimrst, being denied entry, struck Police-Inspector Jarvis several blows on
June 30, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Neave's Food

Neave's Food

A perfectly safe food for the youngest and most delicate child. It contains all the essentials for flesh and bone-forming in an exceptional degree, assists teething, relieves infantile constipation, and when used with milk, as directed, forms a complete diet for infants. NEA VE'
June 30, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A FATAL POULTICE.

A FATAL POULTICE.

Lily Williams, aged three, the daughter of a couple living in Halston-street Hulme, died at the Withington Workhouse on Monday. She , was admitted about a fortnight ago suffering from rather extensive scalds on the throat, due to the application of a poultice which was too I hot
June 30, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SOUTH AFRICA AND THE EMPIRE.

SOUTH AFRICA AND THE EMPIRE.

A Reuter Wellington telegram says:--Sir Joseph Ward, Premier of New Zealand, while at Perth, Western Australia, reoeived from the President of the South African National Convention, Sir J. H. De Villiers, a reply to his telegram of congratulation the oonsum=non of the South Afri
June 30, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SALES BY PRIVATE CONTB.AO'L HORSE& CARRIAGES. HARNESS. As.

SALES BY PRIVATE CONTB.AO'L HORSE& CARRIAGES. HARNESS. As.

SALES BY PRIVATE CONTB.AO'L HORSE& CARRIAGES. HARNESS. 'riCART_,_ &early DOW: vet tradesman: owing colw-70, Great Clowewitreet. Lower FOR SALE—a =Tim; tr. Bungee Lase. Withlotrow Pocr. 13bee.. Se. law :Hawitini Cut. Herpees. 45...-Oreeneaccu. 64.Chepelot.. Ardwiee UMA, Hume. ROM.
June 30, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
INCIDIEI 11ACILIIIIIIT. TOOIA AL

INCIDIEI 11ACILIIIIIIT. TOOIA AL

11ACILIIIIIIT. TOOIA AL MOSTAR MILL. TM. aid Ono mater, Salo TrYlti3, This. Balm /Owl main sow. Oda/ft 1 and BAUM: a Speeality.-11 APPLETON. Granby Dm. WYK GM IL UV OM nor T 1.. . 130. led Wk. Wlor. P.Z.P. GAS ENGINE: *ad US droop for kola sas.—Aalnes MIL Nom. Tres-trams Tombs Lo
June 30, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TOO LATE TOE CLASSIFICATION.

TOO LATE TOE CLASSIFICATION.

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August 10, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
1110TOlt CYCLI

1110TOlt CYCLI

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August 10, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MEDI AND COUNTRY APARTNENTS WANTED

MEDI AND COUNTRY APARTNENTS WANTED

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August 10, 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England