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COTTON TRADE NOTES.

COTTON TRADE NOTES.

Live, c °tton Kk - 1 * »»...•
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.

CLYDE CRUSHED SUGAR-Official report: Refiners having accepted decline, a good business was done. For the week prices show fall of d. per cwt. Private report: Fair business done at about 3d. decline. COHK BUTTER. —First 965., second 905., fine 955. In market, SOa. DEAD MEAT—Few f
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Field Marshal H.R.H. tho Duke of Connaught has consented to preside at the annual dinner of the Royal Colonial Institute

Field Marshal H.R.H. tho Duke of Connaught has consented to preside at the annual dinner of the Royal Colonial Institute

at the Whitehall Rooms, Hotel Metropole, Friday, the 19th of May. Llangollen Rural Parish Council on Saturday decided to enter into agreement with the General Post Office for the establishment of a telegraph office for Vroncyryllte, which has a population of nearly one thousand.
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
INFANTS AT SCHOOL.

INFANTS AT SCHOOL.

There have been during the past year no fewer than 228 deaths of children under one year at Crewe. Dr. Laird, his annual report, points out that owing to the susceptibility infants to disease medical men are opposed to children under six years attending school.
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO-DAY'S ARRANGEMENTS.

TO-DAY'S ARRANGEMENTS.

, jleet 1 .'3, Manchester Royal Infirmary *J oar ßar thol° Bishop of Manchester »t. Salford, 30. Alee*" I*'1*' Manchester Education Commits Hall, Mcct eeti Salford Education Committee Lancashire Education Conin N Preston, 11 30. Meeti Cheshire Education Committee 11- S. Ann's, M
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GRAND HOTEL (St. Pancras), LONDON, N.W. LUXURIOUS AND ECONOMICAL. SPECIAL TERMS FOR STAYS OF OVER WEEK, ALSO WEEK-ENDS. JJERR DRESCHER'S

GRAND HOTEL (St. Pancras), LONDON, N.W. LUXURIOUS AND ECONOMICAL. SPECIAL TERMS FOR STAYS OF OVER WEEK, ALSO WEEK-ENDS. JJERR DRESCHER'S

ORCHESTRA (as now playing at Midland Hotel) PLAYS DAILY DURING LUNCHEON AND DINNER. RESTAURANT (with special Private Kitchen) IS JUSTLY FAMOUS FOR ITS MAGNIFICENT " CUISINE " AND CHOICE WINES. Particulars obtained and rooms booked Office of Midland Hotel this City. W. TOWLE, Man
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MONEY TO BE LENT. NO PRELIMINARY FEES CHARGED. PRIVATE ADVANCES in Largo Small Sums (not less than £10) ON BORROWERS'

MONEY TO BE LENT. NO PRELIMINARY FEES CHARGED. PRIVATE ADVANCES in Largo Small Sums (not less than £10) ON BORROWERS'

OWN PROMISSORY NOTE. Upwards of £3,250,000 lent during the last 20 years. For Prospectus and Terms apply to GEORGE PAYNE. ACCOUNTANT, KENNEDYSTREET. MANCHESTER. _ Established UNION LOAN AND DISCOUNT COMPANY X OF MANCHESTER LTD., 8. St. MaryWreet". Deansgate, Manchester. Es*. 187
April 17, 1905 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BON M/^RGHE.

BON M/^RGHE.

SPECIAL SHOW TO-DAY AND FOLLOWING DAYS HATS. SKI' OUK WINDOWS. SUFFOLK ROAD (Near the College), CHELTENHAM PROPRIETOR, RALPH NEGUS. twS-' Lcckhampton Trams pass Suffolk Road (Ron MarcLe two minutes’ walk from the
April 17, 1905 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
lEcert the H d accoritu-r- y SKGOTWO FATSLITY HEAR LEO3URY,

lEcert the H d accoritu-r- y SKGOTWO FATSLITY HEAR LEO3URY,

lEcert the accoritu-r- y SKGOTWO FATSLITY HEAR LEO3URY, GLOUCESTER APPRENTICE KILLED. A fa«l shoot iui: fatality occuned Miub cear Ledbury, Monday morniDS. Mr. B-rnard Weston. 18 years ie. the ■ bird son of Mr. Henry Weston, the atll-k.-.own Hc.efordahire cider jrrewcr, the Bound
April 17, 1905 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
BROWNING TESTIMONIAL.

BROWNING TESTIMONIAL.

9. d. "Greswolde” h ® H. J McCormick J 0 Lewis Vizard • Mrs Nicholson, ’ Bramery, A.st.-ue « " .1 W • Moorey Robert Strang • « Cha-les Daft Rev Flecker J® ® 1! W Thomas '® ® Gcortc Row . g HUNTING. THE DUKE S BAG OF 116; BRACE. The Duke of Beaufort’s Hounds, which have not been
April 17, 1905 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England