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LATEST SPORTING NEWS

LATEST SPORTING NEWS

TO-DAY'S MANCHESTER BETTING NORTHUMBERLAND PLATE. (Wednesday, June 25. Two miles.) 3 to 1 Osbech, aged, 9st, taken and offered Peck 1 Servitor, 4 yrs, Sst 51b, taken and offered...Blackwell 7to 1 Patron Saint. 4 yrs, 7st 91b, taken Cole to 1 Champagne, 4 yrs, Bst 31b, taken W. W
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION.

THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION.

The Health Committee of the Cheshire County Council have reported favourably upon the desirability establishing sanatorium or sanitoria Cheshire .or the treatment of consumptive patients the :ountj. Liverpool has splendid institution of this find tat Cheshire at Delamere Forest,
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

GATWICK MEETING c Stewards: Earl Durham, Mr. C. A. & Howard, Capt. W. Hope-Johnstone, Mr. J- St*r« Mr. F. Luscombe. Judge: Mr C E C . Mr. A. Coventry. of the Scales . pcre Handicapper: Mr. E. K. Co. of the Course, and Stakeholders: Messr«• * — PROGRAMME FOR TO-MORB" The DORKING
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SMART PUNISHMENT FOR WIFE DESERTION.

SMART PUNISHMENT FOR WIFE DESERTION.

Charles Henry Clarkson was keone ss, night at Ashton-under-Lync for dru " o» * brought up at the police court there „ over to the Oldharn police, who w more *erious charge. _„ vlI1 » He had gone away months *° l and four children who had to g and had never heard from him eC ntP
June 23, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, _c, WANTED. Sharp Girl, about lA—6. Stove-street, Tipping-streetTArawiek. jrjAPS".-SiZERS and Packers: smart Girls to lourn.-Doniger, O^ni?^ L A

CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, _c, WANTED. Sharp Girl, about lA—6. Stove-street, Tipping-streetTArawiek. jrjAPS".-SiZERS and Packers: smart Girls to lourn.-Doniger, O^ni?^ L A

e^S, yOUNGLAD^a^ ANTED iii wages A PPRENTICE WANTED for the joinery and shop fitting trade : -C_ no premium.—Apply Parnails, 43, Dutton-street, vl YOUTH, about 10.-App'y 137. Quest for eountin* knowledge of shorthand.—Address T 162, Evening News. Af TRIMMER Ac—lndoot MACHINISTS,
January 9, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE EVENING NEWS. THURSDAY', JANUARY 2, 1902. Lord Rosslyn's initial attempts to break the bank at Monte Carlo with his

THE EVENING NEWS. THURSDAY', JANUARY 2, 1902. Lord Rosslyn's initial attempts to break the bank at Monte Carlo with his

"system" have not proved very successful, and it looks as though the system is on a par with others which have enly added tbe revenue of the famous gambling plr.ee. The first day his lordship won but subsequently he lost £2,000, and looks likely to lose his capital of £10,000 in
January 2, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HERR KRUPP'S NEW YEAR'S GIFT.

HERR KRUPP'S NEW YEAR'S GIFT.

According to a telegram from Essen, Privy Councillor Krupp, proprietor of the famous Krnpp ironworks, has presented a sum of half million marks to his workmen's pension fund as a New Year's gift, it is expected that a similar sum will be presented to the fund of th 9 clerical st
January 2, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ROUGH PASSAGE OF AN ATLANTIC LINER.

ROUGH PASSAGE OF AN ATLANTIC LINER.

The W Star liner Germanic, which arrived at Queenstown to-day, with mails and passengers from New York, reported having experienced terrible weather in the Atlantic. Last Sunday the wind blew from the north-west with hurricane force, attended with high seas, so that for twenty-f
January 2, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GALE AND FLOODS.

GALE AND FLOODS.

■ -o- , STEAMER ASHORE IN TEE CHANNEL. A gale is raging off Dover. A steamer, believed to be the Vulcain, of Rouen, went ashore to the west of Hythe, having struck sandbar. The Dover harbour tag Latiy Vita v. em to her assistance. Heavy rain has again fallen North Wales during t
January 2, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM.

PEDESTRIANISM.

THE POWDERHALL £100 HANDICAP. The second final heats were decided to-day at Powderhall Grounds, Edinburgh. The weather was again pleasant, though treacherous looking, and a cold breeze blew down the straight. Prior to the racing the betting underwent change, Holmes displacing Da
January 2, 1902 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England