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GCiNLdCAL. Disengaged, 1L 4*. Ss. 7 and 19 rrveahs' relercoce*.—Gratxl Hegistry. next Grand Disengaged, tapnrior. ‘l2. £2O. 13 months 2

GCiNLdCAL. Disengaged, 1L 4*. Ss. 7 and 19 rrveahs' relercoce*.—Gratxl Hegistry. next Grand Disengaged, tapnrior. ‘l2. £2O. 13 months 2

yecLnt' rofeTencea.—Grand Keg.giry. next Grand Theatre. GUNEatAL. Disengaged, 3. 0». 3 yfirs' referaaoe. public.— Grand Registry, next Grand Theatre. COO Wants Situation "(24!. £14.; soups, fish, pastry; 3'a years' reference.—Mrs. mas. 64. Camp Hid. GENERAL D 'engaged (311. £12.
June 9, 1901 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
• • * A new play by Mn. T. P. O'Connor, eatttlad "A Lady from Texas," was produced at Peneye

• • * A new play by Mn. T. P. O'Connor, eatttlad "A Lady from Texas," was produced at Peneye

Theatre lath Saturday. At the fall of the curtain on the first night the authoress appealed to her audience (which, of merge, included critics) to let their Marts take precedence of thoir heads in passing judgment. Some hearts are passing food and soft. Lot them speak of and thi
June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Bands and Bandsmen.

Bands and Bandsmen.

Tin park has menoad in good earnest. To Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bradford, Leeds, Sheffield, etc., there are several bands in the parks but then Will Dot be so money spent in the cause of " music, for the people' in the whole of the provinces as in Loodon. The LC.C. th
June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A STRIKE THAT FAILED.

A STRIKE THAT FAILED.

At Wedneebury, at a mean meeting yesterday of tube workers belonging to the South Staffordshire Distriet who have been out on strike against a reduction of 10 per cent in wages for fifteen weeks, it was definitely decided to return to work at the reduction, it being contended th
June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OUR CAPITAL LETTER./ IT JOHN HOLLINGEIII3I.D. , Leeson, Batarday. 4 far more worthy of antiquarian recorTi, even if that record

OUR CAPITAL LETTER./ IT JOHN HOLLINGEIII3I.D. , Leeson, Batarday. 4 far more worthy of antiquarian recorTi, even if that record

be in the nature of an epitaph. The passing bells of St. Mary-le- Strand, the Savoy Chapel, and Paul's, Covent Garden, are said to be t ollin g for the transition of "Simpson's." Probably the one and only "tavern" left to us in central London LS doomed, either to extinction or t
June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CYCLES I CYCLES !! Boatels.. ITheatratal AiUK 000talalag WO New sad 8.0. bawd NA to 1.5. Now vellswe Bergalas le

CYCLES I CYCLES !! Boatels.. ITheatratal AiUK 000talalag WO New sad 8.0. bawd NA to 1.5. Now vellswe Bergalas le

NM Naeltlawa ,to. New Nweltlork, MI :: Nate, £2 M. Ilaellse at AWN. series of dewertptioa to meg Primo env ultimo. Iffapted. .d. leA RAMON AND 00., crYs Itealdwoloarers, astowerapewYrre.
June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
KEMISLEYS , ‘••••.- • • •• 4 al 01 . WIDOW WELCH C g• I. • FEMALE PIL2-3 o Certliaaas

KEMISLEYS , ‘••••.- • • •• 4 al 01 . WIDOW WELCH C g• I. • FEMALE PIL2-3 o Certliaaas

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June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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131.ria'S RENOWN= HOUSES Or W 771 7, lOW r4w,a. 017 A. Us. dorm. OTHER& and SEW rums:Rum otrun. ...raft' 7W

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June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
---- THE DECAY OF ENGLAND.

---- THE DECAY OF ENGLAND.

DECAY OF ENGLAND. as a• Fate that under • yingo Government &wand would enter is us stage of decay. With no great ,mw. wie ld rivalu in the world she might in t.er old humdrum wav But i wa .:13ang.d England to fight i h , her very and that is•wi thing, agtinst the combsel world. O
June 9, 1901 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England