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ALARMING INCIDENT AT BROAD HEATH.

ALARMING INCIDENT AT BROAD HEATH.

Works Struck by Lightning. Great excitement was caused at the Linotype Works, Broadheath, during a thunderstorm this morning. The lightning struck the gable end of one of the foundries, and loud explosion caused consternation a large number girls, and many suffered from shock an
August 23, 1917 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
As only .05 .rain fell in the Longdendale valley yesterday the Manchester water supply has been reduced by one day,

As only .05 .rain fell in the Longdendale valley yesterday the Manchester water supply has been reduced by one day,

the figure being 65 days. The Northumberland Miners' Executive have not only decided assist in new recruiting scheme at the ooal mines, but are recommence that instead of the age of recruits being limited from 18 to 25, as provided amended scheme, it should be from 20 41. Member
August 23, 1917 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SUPPLIES FOR FRANCE.

SUPPLIES FOR FRANCE.

Paris, Wednesday.—The . e has discussed the question of L l > corn and coal, and has <jii ventory made the dispose com in Spain. Authority Minister of Finance to make e corn in view of the v> price. As to coal, it was the navigation companies e supplv foreign coal.—Excha
August 23, 1917 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The King and Queen have intimated their intention of being present on Saturday at military fete and garden produce show

The King and Queen have intimated their intention of being present on Saturday at military fete and garden produce show

to held at Aldershot in aid of the military chariites»
August 23, 1917 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER STOCKS.

MANCHESTER STOCKS.

MARKETS FIRM. Business continued of satisfactory dimensions on the Stock Exchange, and a feature was a revival of interest in rubber shares, which were decidedly more cheerful. Industrials generally held good without special feature, apart from some marked advances in the brewer
August 23, 1917 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL COTTON.

LIVERPOOL COTTON.

11 45 &.m. Spot inquiry is small. Rales 2,000 bales. Futures opened 25 lower. Quotations: August 17.90, August-September 17.57, September-October 1' -2 /, Oet.- Ncvember 16.85, January-February 16.20, March-April 16.02, May-June 15.86 _ . Elgyptian opened 10 points lower; Octobe
August 23, 1917 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE SUICIDE IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE.

THE SUICIDE IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE.

INQUEST TO-DAY. This morning, Mr. F. Frice, county coroner, held an inquest at the Black Horse Inn, Crescent, Salford, on the body of Samuel Cheetham, who, as already stated/,was found dead In the carriage railway train from Liverpool on its arrival at Exchange Station on Wednes
January 10, 1890 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A TEACHER ATTACKED BY 500 CHILDREN.

A TEACHER ATTACKED BY 500 CHILDREN.

According to a Dalziel's despatch from New York today an extraordinary scene has occurred school i° Boston, 500 children setting upon and severely heating a teacher who had been cruelly ill-treating one of th* scholars.
January 10, 1890 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MR. DANIEL ADAMSON'S ILLNESS.

MR. DANIEL ADAMSON'S ILLNESS.

Mr. Daniel to-day reported to be in very weak state, and no hopes are -i-ertained as to his recovery.
January 10, 1890 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OFFICIAL FRAUDS IN CUBA.

OFFICIAL FRAUDS IN CUBA.

A Madrid correspondent telegraphing last night says : Despatches from Havana state that the frauds the Cuban Treasury Department represent a sum of over 200,000 dollars. In addition to the secretary of the Municipal Council, who absconded and was arrested New York, the Controlle
January 10, 1890 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England