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Great Sale of Pianos at Milsom's COMMENCED on WEDNESDAY, i t0 dis P<>se the many excellent Piano winch, during- the

Great Sale of Pianos at Milsom's COMMENCED on WEDNESDAY, i t0 dis P<>se the many excellent Piano winch, during- the

past season, we hare accepted in part exchang-e for Pianola Pianos, are now holding" a Sale of Over 200 Pianos by well-known makers at greatly reduced prices. Many of these Instruments are almost new, and the ordinary way their owners Wild not have parted with them for many year
February 2, 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LACROSSE NOTES.

LACROSSE NOTES.

HULME IN FORM. BY YHE CRITIC. Stockport evidently fully appreciated the importance of the game against Albert Park, at Didsbury, for Lewis Johnson was out again for them. The game was played under the pleasantest conditions, and, from start finish, was a very fast one. For the f
February 2, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PIANO FACTORY BURNED DOWN.

PIANO FACTORY BURNED DOWN.

NEW YORK, Saturday. Walters' piano factory here has been destroyed by Are. The loss is estimated £60,000. Several firemen, while endeavouring to extinguish the flames, were slightly injured through the explosion of varnish vat.—Reuter.
February 2, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
UNIONIST CHALLENGE

UNIONIST CHALLENGE

MB. S. TOWNROE AND THE ' LIB-LABS." OPEN INVITATION. reunion of members of Egerton Conj servative Club, Smallbridgo, near Rochdale, was held in the club on Saturday night, at which the chief speakers were Mr. 13. B. Townroe and Mr. A. J. Law, prospective Unionist candidates for
February 2, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHESHIRE UNIONISTS.

CHESHIRE UNIONISTS.

There was large and an enthusiasm ing of and District Saturday evening, among those prese the member for the Division, Colone and Sir William Cobbett. In a brief Speech Colonel Sykes ret* the splendid work of his supporters. ftll d had had, he said, a successful y e- \_o had to
February 2, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GRAIN MARKETS.

GRAIN MARKETS.

MANCHESTER. The market lor most cereals is rather quiet, with few changes note Current quotations.—WHEAT: English, 32,0—53/0 per 5041b. on rails; ioreign, per 1001b.: No. 1 Northern Manitoba (new crop), shortly ready, 7/4%—7/5; No, 2 ditto (new crop), shortly ready, 7 3%—7,4; No
February 2, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THIRTY YEARS A JUDGE.

THIRTY YEARS A JUDGE.

DEATH OF AUTHOR OF FAMOUS REPORT. His Honour Sir Thomas William Snagge, K.C.M.G., judge of County Courts, Oxfordshire, etc., since 1833, died last evening at his London residence after a short illness. Deceased, who was 77 years age, was the sole Commissioner to conduct the inqu
February 2, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EX-PRESIDENT TAFT.

EX-PRESIDENT TAFT.

ON THE BOND BETWEEN ENGLAND AND HER COLONIES. OTTAWA, Saturday. Ex-President Taft, who is the guest of the Duke of Corinaught, delivered an address at a luncheon given tiie Canadian Club to-day, at which the Duke of Connaught, Air. Borden, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and members of the
February 2, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TEMPERANCE LEGISLATION.

TEMPERANCE LEGISLATION.

IMPORTANT MANIFESTO TO THE I GOVERNMENT. J The National Temperance Federation and the thirty national, provincial, and denominational bodies federated with it, despatched to each member of the Government on Saturday a memorial bearing the fac-simile signatures of the chief offic
February 2, 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE HOOLIGANS.

NEWCASTLE HOOLIGANS.

ASSAULT-AND ROBBERY IN WEST J ESMON D. DARK fvTREETS AND • evident that numerous instances of violent assault and robbery Newcastle reported the Press a few Tyeeks ago are not yet concluded. The latest case occurred Sunday morning, the district thie tiifte being West Jesmond, an
February 2, 1914 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England