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MR. GALLOWAY, M.P.

MR. GALLOWAY, M.P.

THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS. (Special Telegrams.) Upon inquiry this morning at the London residence of Mx. W. J. Galloway, M.P., our reporter was informed that the conditon of the member for South-West Manchester was much the same, but that turn is expected about Wednesday.
January 7, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FATALITY ON THE CHESHIRE LINES RAILWAY.

FATALITY ON THE CHESHIRE LINES RAILWAY.

This afternoon at Northwich Mr. Yates, Cheshire coroner, opened an inquiry regarding the death of Elizabeth Blain, 53, wife of Thomas Blain, School Bank, Norley, Frodsham, who was killed on the Cheshire Lines Railway on Friday night. Inspector Simpson, Liverpool, represented the
January 7, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST COMMERCIAL.

LATEST COMMERCIAL.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. TELE BANK RATE. The Directors of the Bank of England, their weekly court this morning, made no alteration their official miuimum, winch remains 3 cent. London, Thursdat. a.m. Americans opened with irregular tendency. New York Central is harder. P.v. The st
August 15, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE DISCOVERY.

THE DISCOVERY.

(Special Telegrams.) The British Antarctic exploring ship Discovery ha 3 arrived Madeira on her way to the Cape and Australia. Tbe officers and crew are in excellent health and spirits. Captain Scott says the vessel is a splendid sea boat. —Renter.
August 15, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TELEGRAPH BOYS ON PARADE.

TELEGRAPH BOYS ON PARADE.

A large number of telegraph messengers employed in Manchester Post-office to-day paraded headquarters and marched to the Albert-street Tolice Yard, where they watched dozen boys from Stockport give exhibition of drill. Altogether there were on parade 100 rank and file, band 28,
August 15, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FOOTBALL. FOOTBALL SEASON 1901-2. SEASON 1901-2. manchesteeT~evenin(} news HANDBOOK OF FOOTBALL A FIXTURE FOOTBALL c FIXTURE 5 FIRST AND SECOND

FOOTBALL. FOOTBALL SEASON 1901-2. SEASON 1901-2. manchesteeT~evenin(} news HANDBOOK OF FOOTBALL A FIXTURE FOOTBALL c FIXTURE 5 FIRST AND SECOND

DIVISIONS OF THE LEAGUELANCASHIRE LEAGUE AND COMBINATIONNORTHERN LEAGUE. LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE SENIOR * OF THE NORTHERN UNION, &c, &c. R rday. HANDY FOR THE POCKET. PRICE P E N Can be obtained from all Newsagents.
August 15, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE EVENING NEWS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1901 Mr. Brodrick, the Secretary for war, is at Balaoral, and a* a consequence

THE EVENING NEWS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1901 Mr. Brodrick, the Secretary for war, is at Balaoral, and a* a consequence

the gossips are troubling their heads as to what is in the wind, the idea that his presence is accounted for by •he fact that he is the Minister-in-Waiting upon King is pooh-poohed. There are other Ministers available, the knowing ones say, and Majesty would not have summoned th
October 14, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A LIVERPOOL BREACH OF PROMISE ACTION.

A LIVERPOOL BREACH OF PROMISE ACTION.

LIVERPOOL BREACH OF PROMISE ACTION. THE DEFENDANT PLEADS THAT HE WAS DECED7ED. At the Liverpool Assizes, to-day, before Mr. Justice Wills, an action for breach of promise was heard in which the plaintiff was Emily Bennett, aged twenty-two years, and the defendant was Lawrence Cum
December 3, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RETURN OF THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS.

RETURN OF THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS.

ARRIVAL AT BURY- rf The Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, first militia corps to be embodied a _ t«rd in South Africa, landed from the transport Victorian, which am Solent overnight and anchored off Net ey ' d, aDC these who met the Fusiliers were Lord ° ß , number of men belongin
October 14, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MATRIMONIAL TROUBLES AT ECCLES.

MATRIMONIAL TROUBLES AT ECCLES.

The magistrates at Eccies this morning were occupied considerable time hearing charge assault and continued cruelty preferred by Annie Pendlebury against her husband, James Pendlebury, of Eccies. appears that the parties have been married upwards of three years, ond the complain
October 14, 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England