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THE RACECOURSE ARBITRATION.

THE RACECOURSE ARBITRATION.

MORE EXPERT EVIDENCE FOR THE CANAL COMPANY. To-day, at the Westminster Palace Hotel, London, Mr. Robert Vigers, the arbitrator, continued the hearing of evidence as to the value of the Manchester racecourse, which is be purchased by the Ship Canal Company under their Act of 1900
March 4, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A Queenstown telegram states that the troopship Algeria, with horses for the front, has sailed for Capetown.

A Queenstown telegram states that the troopship Algeria, with horses for the front, has sailed for Capetown.

April 6, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE AUSTRALIAN NAVAL BRIGADE.

THE AUSTRALIAN NAVAL BRIGADE.

Hong Kong, Saturday. The steamer Chingtu, with the Australian Naval Brigade, passed here to-day. The brigade was inspected by the Governor who, addressing the men, welcomed them back to British waters, and expressed the general admiration which their conduct and patriotism had e
April 6, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A COLLIERY DISPUTE SETTLED.

A COLLIERY DISPUTE SETTLED.

COLLIERY DISPUTE SETTLED. At a meeting of the Coal Defence Association, held ftt Wigan, to-day, Messrs. Isherwood and Greenall, miners' representatives, attended along with Messrs. W. S. Barrett and J. S. Burrows. A full discussion tool; place relative to the dispute the Tyldesle
April 6, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ATHLETICS.

ATHLETICS.

SALFORD HARRIERS' SPORTS. This annual spring gathering was held at Belle Vue this afternoon, in fine though cold and threatening weather. Although the meeting a week earlier than last year there were 20 more entries, the total numbring 473. They included Rimmer, the four mile ch
April 6, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

THE ATTACK ON LICHTENBURG REPL BOER GENERAL KILLED. MORE GUNS AND SUPPLIES DE WET'S FORCE SCATTERING- DESPATCH FROM LORD KITCHENER. FOURTEEEN BRITISH KILLED AND TWENTY WOUNDED. The War Office this afternoon issued the following despatch from Lord Kitchener: Pretoria, March 6th,
March 8, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE CHINESE TROUBLE.

THE CHINESE TROUBLE.

« FAREWELL TO THE NEW SOUTH WALES CONTINGENT. (Press Association Telegram.) Pekin, Thursday. Genarl Gaselee has held farewell inspection of the New South Wales contingent. He complimented tbe officers and men on their high state of efficiency, and expressed his regret that they
March 8, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SALE OF CORPORATION LANDS.

SALE OF CORPORATION LANDS.

The Improvement Committee of the Manchester Corporation have decided to offer for sale public auction a number of plots of land which were purchased to enable them to carry out public improvements in various parts of the city. One lot is the residue the land left upon the comple
March 8, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CRIME IN SALFORD.

CRIME IN SALFORD.

CRIME SALFORD. CHIEF CONSTABLE'S ANNUAL RETURN. In his statistical return for the year the Chief Constable of Salford (Mr. J. W. Hallam) states that the number of peraons proceeded against for offences of a criminal nature was 6,699, decrease of aa compared with the previous year
March 8, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE

THE MANCHESTER MARKET. Manchester, Friday, 11 30 a. The. unsettled conditions which still prevail in the cotton markets of the United States have a retarding influence upon ours. Business is restricted to small dimensions, only rare instances are present inquiries of much import
March 8, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England