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June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A LANDLORD FINED.

A LANDLORD FINED.

At Lanesstm Yesterday William Red Lien Rotel, Waring. Carnforth, wee fined 85 for permitting A railway been neglecting his work drinking with soother railwsy employe, .as foiled drank is the with whiskey before him while the landlord wee scoring aerie I. the game room. The firem
June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Earl Speneer at Northampton.

Earl Speneer at Northampton.

Earl Yesterday afternoon, in reviewing the three Northemptoo minimise of the Church Brigade. addressed them as one who in old a active Volunteer, nod who wag still eximedingly to see all 'tbe defensive force of this in ea efficient condition. School brigades were not only good f
June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SIR 11. CAMPBELL BANNERMAN AT HERNE BAY

SIR 11. CAMPBELL BANNERMAN AT HERNE BAY

Sir if. Campbell-Bannerman, in opening the Edwards Convalescent Home for Reilw•ymen at Hems Bay, yesterday, referred to she great movement in the direction of convaleeeent homes throughout the country. That institution, he said, was for the benefit of railwaymen, and to that cla
June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST FRU NIWBUIT. YESTIEROArti WORK.

LATEST FRU NIWBUIT. YESTIEROArti WORK.

(11T Was rasa con The swot.. yawed to Ita., sod .11boarttooly owe trial maw martin ttroasis,aeter& scot 013 op tootto sublort.d to Isms tapgamota. ON Mt BURY RIDE, •RCHIRTI Wads.. plkedd 8 vs batman .1 addle' pee. Other. of the WE eserede. CHALONER dot Macs and a good gallop of
June 9, 1901 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RAILWAY DISASTER. GUARDING THE STOCK. raNUTZIeB TILS4BAZIB.I_

RAILWAY DISASTER. GUARDING THE STOCK. raNUTZIeB TILS4BAZIB.I_

MIDDELBURG (TRANSVAAL), JIM* A —Large numbers of cattle and sheep sent to the low canntry tor the winter. They are graaine for the most part on the property of surrendered bur.rhers, who har• armed by the Government to cot as guavas for their own property. nese men have been fou
June 9, 1901 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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June 9, 1901 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
JUNE 9. 1001.

JUNE 9. 1001.

I !: OFFICE REFORM. THE ROYAL VISIT TO some salt. Unfortunately. in bowing to thiehess, captain aceidentally . uproot the salt over her dress. In accordance with the world-wide superstition concerning the spilling of salt ibe incident to THE DUKE'S BIRTHDAY. a rough voyage to No
June 9, 1901 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England