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DUNDEE JUTE TRADE.

DUNDEE JUTE TRADE.

Tuesday. The jute branche-, show more activity. The linen trade remains nun* and inactive. A distinctly firmer tone obtains in raw jute and prices am First marks are now held at £32 5 February, and little business has been done thereat. Spot jute has changed hands to moderate ex
February 18, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Blackburn Strike.

The Blackburn Strike.

There will be general satisfaction that the Blackburn strike is an end. The fact that the Correlation Committee has steadily refused to coerced, and has taken up the attitude of Leeds and Stockport in regard settling with its employees, a matter of congratulation. From the first
February 18, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CANADA'S MINERAL WEALTH

CANADA'S MINERAL WEALTH

WELSH COAL MAGNATE BACKS BIG RAILWAY SCHEME. OTTAWA, Tuesday. The Railway Committee of the House of Commons has favourably reported on a Bill granting a charter to the Pacific, Peace River, and Athabasca Company. The project is to construct a railway from the mouth of the Vass R
February 18, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MURDER IN CELLAR.

MURDER IN CELLAR.

BLOOD-STAINED WEAPONS ARRESTED BOY'S HOME. The Sheffield Stipendiary yesterday remanded a lad seventeen years named Maurice Smith, v/ho is charged on suspicion with having murdered a married woman named Clara Wilkinson on the previous day. The crime had been committed some hours
February 18, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BREACH OF WARRANTY

BREACH OF WARRANTY

DAMAGES AGAINST A MOTOR FIRM. action for alleged breach of warranty was brought before Mr. Justice Bailhache and special jury at the Manchester Asshtfs yesterday, in which Mr. Walter Samuel Ascoli, a Manchester merchant. sued Messrs. Anne Oowburn Ltd., coach and motor body build
February 18, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VILLAGE GOSSIP.

VILLAGE GOSSIP.

VICAR'S SLANDER ACTION SETTLED In the Civil Court at the Manchester Assizes yesterday, before Mr. Juetice Bailh?.che, it was announced that a settlement had been arrived at in the case in which the Rev. Thomas Dugdale Harland, rector of Davyhulme, near Manchester, claimed damage
February 18, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
£1,000 DAMAGE BY FIRE AT COAL PITS.

£1,000 DAMAGE BY FIRE AT COAL PITS.

A fire which did damage estimated at upwards £1,090 occurred at Nos. 1 and 2 Moss Pits, Ince, near Wigan. yesterday morning. The Wigan Fire Brigade were summoned and worked for several hours before the fire was subdued. The mischief was first noticed on the surface belts, and wh
February 18, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sir lan Hamilton, Inspector-General of Overset Forces, arrived at Sydney, New South Wales, yesterday, and was accorded a hearty welcome.

Sir lan Hamilton, Inspector-General of Overset Forces, arrived at Sydney, New South Wales, yesterday, and was accorded a hearty welcome.

The Russian and French Ambassadors, the Belgian Minister. Baron Yon Kuhlmann, the German Embassy, and Hakki Pasha, the Special Representative of Turkey, were among the diplomatic visitors to the Foreign Office
February 18, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO-DAY'S RACING PREDICTIONS

TO-DAY'S RACING PREDICTIONS

LUDLOW CLUB MEETING. SPORTSMAN.-Vigilant :-l 30: '43. 2 0: Start Away. 2 Wivelad Distaff. 3 30: Cnwy or Ally Sloper. 4 0 11. Reporter the Spot:—l 30: Tha Mink. 2 0: Clf-ara*ay. 2 30: May Mint Cyril. 3 0: Spotty or Hastings' selected. 3 30: Ally Mia* Morin. SPORTING LIFF..-Augur:
February 18, 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Saturday First intend clearing extraordinary purchase of Men’s Woollen Shirts—® lirei-raie examples of the shirtmaker’s the way, at the CUT

Saturday First intend clearing extraordinary purchase of Men’s Woollen Shirts—® lirei-raie examples of the shirtmaker’s the way, at the CUT

o " ,CE 2/10 PER GARMENT. Tills special offer is reserved for Saiur<iay— not at shirt will be sold before that date, except the ORDINARY PRICE 4/6._
February 18, 1914 - Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough - Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England