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AMUSEMENTS.

AMUSEMENTS.

THEATRES. &c. T HEATRE ROYAL. TO-DAY at 2 7 30. MERELY MARY ANN. TRINCE'S 'THEATRE. TO-NIGHT at 7 30. Mr. C. W. SOMERSET and COMPANY in THE WOMAN LN WHITE. H. SAMUEL'S BEAUTIFUL WINDOWS ARE NOW T HE ABLAZE WITH THE LATEST SEASON'S SELECTIONS. GOLD & SILVER WATCHES, DIAMOND & GEM
September 2, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TWENTY BANDS SELECTED FROM THE PRINCIPAL: PRIZE RANDS OF THE KINGDOM Will Compete for THE CHAMPIONSHIP CHALLENGE COP (Black Dike

TWENTY BANDS SELECTED FROM THE PRINCIPAL: PRIZE RANDS OF THE KINGDOM Will Compete for THE CHAMPIONSHIP CHALLENGE COP (Black Dike

Mills present holders) AND OTHER PRIZES, £350 IN VALUE. P,on band will play a Grand Selection from Mozart's Opera Cosi Far Thai," specially arranged .for this contest by Lieutenant Charlee Godfrey. EXTRA GRAND REPRESENTATION OF THE DECISIVE JAPANESE VICTORY, THE BATTLE OF MUKDEN
September 2, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TUTORS, GOVERNESSES &c.

TUTORS, GOVERNESSES &c.

September 2, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WANTED, a BOY, about 16 or 17, for bakehouse: must be used to the trade.—Address K 67, Evening News office.

WANTED, a BOY, about 16 or 17, for bakehouse: must be used to the trade.—Address K 67, Evening News office.

adies' Shirts.—Wanted, thoroughly exper. Machinists, for best work only.—H. F. Barnes & Co.. 67, Lever-street. MIXPERANCED MACHINISTS for Blouses and Under- clothing.—Hugh Stubbs & Co., 13, Mason-street. Swan-st. ts for jackets &overcoats V h,?iliesaarpleGSl:isthin chin to learn
September 2, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKSMITH (first-class) Required for bleachworks: must be well up in horse shoeing, and steady.--11 95, Ev. N. WANTED, au ERRAND

BLACKSMITH (first-class) Required for bleachworks: must be well up in horse shoeing, and steady.--11 95, Ev. N. WANTED, au ERRAND

GlRL.—Apply Miss Crompton, St. Ann's Passage. WAN` smart OFFICE BOY, about 15: wages 6s.— Address, own handwriting, K 89, Evening News office.
September 2, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATEST DISASTER

THE LATEST DISASTER

Every great railway disaster seems to present some special and terrible features of its own, and the heart-breaking catastrophe at Witham Junction, on the Great Eastern Railway, which took place yesterday morning, was no exception to the rule. Few more awful stories are chronicl
September 2, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO-DAY'S PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

TO-DAY'S PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

MANCHESTER, FARM PRODUCE.-Potatoe : Cheshire, rounds 3a. to 4e. 6d., kidneys 4s. to as. ; Bedfofd, 3s. to 46. per cwt. Qnions: Valencian, 6s. to 7s. 6d. Turnips, washed, 70s. to 80n. ; carrots, washed, 60s. to 70s. MANCHESTER GAME AND POULTRY.--Geese 3s. to ss. each. Chickens, L
September 2, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE MANCHESTER MARKET. MANCHESTER. 11 15 a.m.—Yesterday's American markets recovered bib slightly, New York closing 1 to 4 down and

THE MANCHESTER MARKET. MANCHESTER. 11 15 a.m.—Yesterday's American markets recovered bib slightly, New York closing 1 to 4 down and

New Orleans 4 to 5 points down. The " Financial Chronicle" says advices have been less favourable concerning the crop this week. Where rain has fallen it is generally light, and in Texas dry weather is reported. The crop is opening rapidly, and is b e i ng mar k e t e d qu it e
September 2, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO BE LET

TO BE LET

INNS. PUBLIC-HOUSES, c &c. As HOUSE. adjoining railway station Asmiles from city : tenant there year A.- 8 -2, Chorlton Rd. M'r. To LET, the BEERHOUSE known as the Bridge Inn. situate at Shepley, Duldnfleld : low ingoing and rent : immediate possession.—Apply, personally, to Gar
September 2, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VWORFINCi HOUSEKEEPER or experienced GENE ATE: Abington : good wages for reliable service.— X 67, E N. IDDLE-AGED Woman wants

VWORFINCi HOUSEKEEPER or experienced GENE ATE: Abington : good wages for reliable service.— X 67, E N. IDDLE-AGED Woman wants

Situation as Housekeeper to :...TJLworiang man.—Mrs..l, S., 38, Bedford-stalulme.tdancilPster CATION as Working Housekeeper by thoroughly domeEti d young woman.—A., 14, Parl.Gr,. Thurlow-st., Rusholme- LADY, as companion. age 17, wants comfortable 1 home will belp with housework
January 4, 1905 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England