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It curious to note how many different "morals'' can be drawn from by-election. The fact that the conclusions arrived at

It curious to note how many different "morals'' can be drawn from by-election. The fact that the conclusions arrived at

by the critics invariaWy contradict each other may have puzzling effect on the public who are anxiously looking out for a lead. • But this same public have become pretty well used to such situations, and are disposed take a calm view of them, finding refuge in the unsatisfactory
December 24, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AN EPILEPTIC'S SINGULAR DEATH.

AN EPILEPTIC'S SINGULAR DEATH.

EPILEPTIC'S SINGULAR DEATH. 'y-Au inquest was held, to-day, at the Home for Maghull, near Liverpool, on the body a Patient named Tabitha Roberts, aged 24, who was drowned a bath. Deceased and another patient to the bathroom on Tuesday morning, and in temporary absence of the nurs
December 24, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The "Evening Post" (New York) learns that the South London Harriers have entered A. Shrubb and several other prominent athletes

The "Evening Post" (New York) learns that the South London Harriers have entered A. Shrubb and several other prominent athletes

competitors the Olympic Games to be held at St. Louis ft connection with Exposition.
December 24, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE SWISS PRESIDENT.

THE SWISS PRESIDENT.

The new President of the Swiss Confederation, M. Robert Comtesse, is fine specimen of the type statesman produced by early political training. Though only 56 years eld he has been in public life for 25 years, mostly a member of the Cantonal Government of Neufchatel. Four years a
December 24, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A DUKINFIELD HOUSEBREAKING CASE.

A DUKINFIELD HOUSEBREAKING CASE.

Three youths named James Potts, Robert Bellis, and Samuel Bridge were at Dukinfield to-day charged with breaking into the residence of Harry Richardson Ashton-street and stealing quantity of wearing apparel, which is still miscing. It was stated thai Potts, a cripple, was the ri
December 24, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NO XMAS CIRCLE COMPLETE WITHOUT JEWSBURY BROWN'S SODA WATER, LEMONADE, GINGER ALE. REV. W. G. POPE at City Road Mission

NO XMAS CIRCLE COMPLETE WITHOUT JEWSBURY BROWN'S SODA WATER, LEMONADE, GINGER ALE. REV. W. G. POPE at City Road Mission

Hall NEXT SUNDAY, at 11 and 6 30. Q STM A S DAY. THE CENTRAL HALL. 30: SERMON by Rev. E. LLOYD-JONES. 2 30: ANNUAL LOVE FEAST, conducted Rev. S. F. COLLIER. BOXING DAY. at 7 30 p.m. GRAND LANTERN LECTURE and CINEMATOGRAPH EXHIBITION, "Across Sweden."by Councillor HIBBERT, F.R.G.
December 24, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The La Claphira ' Cigar tobacco its highest form; hand-marie fay Cigar Makers. Threepence each. OI best Tobacconists and tsapramacj

The La Claphira ' Cigar tobacco its highest form; hand-marie fay Cigar Makers. Threepence each. OI best Tobacconists and tsapramacj

Cigar Factory. Bradford,—[Ajjvt.J
December 24, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. _^ MUSICAL IXSTBUME2ITS. Phonograph, Edison Home: £4. IPs.—l4, Mulberry-street. Hulme. _ PIANO, good condition : £15

SALES BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. _^ MUSICAL IXSTBUME2ITS. Phonograph, Edison Home: £4. IPs.—l4, Mulberry-street. Hulme. _ PIANO, good condition : £15

or best offer: cash needed —O 185. " Grenadier Guards " Gold Moulded Records.—279, Stretford Mandoline (Italian) and Case: quite new: excellent present.—O £5. IPs.—Piano, modern: sweet toned.—34, Lloyd-st., Greenheys. OUBLE Manual and Pedal American ORGAN, lOOgs.: take £38: equa
December 24, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
on the Koofs.—A strange hunting incident occurred recently with the Atherstone Foxhounds South Leicestershire. A young dog fox who had

on the Koofs.—A strange hunting incident occurred recently with the Atherstone Foxhounds South Leicestershire. A young dog fox who had

been bustled out the Sutton woodlands made off in the direction of Market Bosworth. the rear cf the Black Horse Inn he made his way to some outbinldings to escape the attention of crowd of villagers, and, a» enterprising tradesman climbed after him, retreated on to a higher roof
December 1, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THREE NEGROES LYNCHED.

THREE NEGROES LYNCHED.

New York, Tuesday. Belcher, Louisiana, states that ye "eSToea who were arrested a charge Mr. Robert Adier, a respected ' Sunday, were all hanged from the I<L a tree yesterday. They had been identij before he died, and had confessed j Negroes participated the lynch, which j v by
December 1, 1903 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England