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HEARTS OF OAK BENEFIT SOCIETY.

HEARTS OF OAK BENEFIT SOCIETY.

CONGRATULATIONS - BIS MAJESTY. THE CONVALESCENT" HOMES. The annual delegate meeting the Hearts Oak Benefit Society was continued yesterday at the Hearts of Oak Buildings, Euston Road,. London, under the presidency of W. Westcott (West Newingtonl. The President moved that the con
June 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP. The entries for the 54th open golf ehampimi* ship closed at the Prestwiek club last evening, on whose course the event will decided on June 18 and 19. The entry totals 193 which is the lowest number since the championship was last played at Prestwick, in 1
June 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Death was due gastric catarrh, set eating shreds of clothing, it was decided at Walton-on-the-Naze on Tuesday, at the inquest

Death was due gastric catarrh, set eating shreds of clothing, it was decided at Walton-on-the-Naze on Tuesday, at the inquest

on John Alexander Allen, aged 40, an inmate of Ea-lswood Asylum Home. The International Fire Service Council is holding an executive meeting in London June 15. 16, and 17, the invitation of th«i British Fire Prevention Committee, when tlio principal items under consideration wil
June 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Canadian Pacific Railway.—Mr G. Brown, European manager of the Canadi Pacific Railway, etates that the has completed arrangements by f

Canadian Pacific Railway.—Mr G. Brown, European manager of the Canadi Pacific Railway, etates that the has completed arrangements by f

the Allan Line triple-screw turbine Virginian will take the sailings which had arranged for the Empress of Ireland dv' lfl f summer season. The Virginian will first sailing from Liverpool to Quebec Montreal on Friday, June 12, and thereafter. V.M.C.A. Brotherhood.—On Sunday lC ]
June 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ITEMS OF LOCAL NEWS.

ITEMS OF LOCAL NEWS.

The Rev. Thomas Kingdon Allen, formerly Windsor Terrace, Clifton date vicar of St. Peters, Clifton Wood), who died at 207, Kingshall Road, Beckenham, Kent, on the 13th April last, left estate valued £1.123 6d gross. Prince's Theatre.—There will be a matinee performance to day at
June 4, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL COMPANY.

MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL COMPANY.

REPORT OF DIRECTORS FOR • THE YEAR. The report of the directors for the year 191* was issued yesterday. It states that the net income of the whole undertaking. Skip Canal and Bridgewater Departments, amounted £564,040, against for the previous year, being increase of £7,963. Out
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SCENES AT THE OPENING DAY OF MANCHESTER RACES.

SCENES AT THE OPENING DAY OF MANCHESTER RACES.

SCENES THE OPENING DAY OF MANCHESTER RACES.
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE PLAYHOUSES.

THE PLAYHOUSES.

THIS WEEK'S PROGRAMMES IN MANCHESTER. The delightful double programme of classical comedy at the Gaiety is happily being extended for another week. Shakespeare's fantastic come'-iy merrily trills through the first hour, striking not only the notes of laughter,, but the chords de
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FLATTERING BUSINESS OFFER

FLATTERING BUSINESS OFFER

CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED FRAUD WITH " NOTHING IN IT." A charge of attempting to obtain by false pretences was preferred against a Chorlton-on- Medlock man at the Manchester City Police Court yesterday. The prisoner was James Livesey, Brighton-street, and he was prosecuted by George H
February 16, 1915 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England