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PANTOA 'ME AT TILE PRINCE'S THEATRE, MANCHESTER. • EVERY DAY at TWO and SEVEN. Overtuin at I-45 and at 8-45.

PANTOA 'ME AT TILE PRINCE'S THEATRE, MANCHESTER. • EVERY DAY at TWO and SEVEN. Overtuin at I-45 and at 8-45.

LITTLE in AN UNPARALLELED SUCCESS. C 0 HE THEATRE, MANCHESTER. FOLLOWS SUCCESS. PRONOUNCED FUNNIEST IN MANCHESTER. NO ATTEMPT AT GRANDEUR, HUT PLENTY OF FUN. l'OpidSr Ss., In, bd., and ad. Motning_Perforiaanres Menday,Wedneschty, and ST JAMES'S HALL, MANCHESTER. T. A. BARRETT'S
January 24, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
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January 24, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
The Late Mr. Stephen Christy. MEMORIAL TABLET AT S. THOMAS'S CHURCH.

The Late Mr. Stephen Christy. MEMORIAL TABLET AT S. THOMAS'S CHURCH.

- - The workpeople in the employ of Messrs. I'hristy, hat manufacturers, of Higher Hillgate, Stockport, in order to show their respect for the late Mr. Stephen Christy (who was prior to his death a member of the firm, and took much interest in the welfare of those under him) dec
July 19, 1890 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

Although the German at Earls-court is the principal of the exhibitions conducted as private ventures, the Naval Exhibition will be the most popular metropolitan resort for this season, and after spending a long day roaming about the grounds at Chelsea, lam inclined to think that
May 2, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
IMPORTANT SPEECH BY PRESIDENT

IMPORTANT SPEECH BY PRESIDENT

HARRISON. President Harrison, addressing a meeting at Galveston, Texas, the other day, said: "We are great enough and rich enough to reach forward to grander conceptions than have entered the minds of some of our statesmen in the past. If you are content, I ant not, that the nat
May 2, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
NEW K.G.

NEW K.G.

The %Weil has been pleased to approve the appointment of the Duke of Rutland, G.C.8., to be a )night of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, in the room of the late Duke of Bedford, N.G. "JACK THE RIPPER" IN NEW YORK. Late at night a man and a woman entered the East River Hotel,
May 2, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
OUTRAGE ON AN ENGLISH ENVOY.

OUTRAGE ON AN ENGLISH ENVOY.

The English steamer Lido, which hea arrived at Marseilles, brings news of the mutilation of an Envoy sent to a native King by the Governor of Bathurst, West Africa. The object of the mission was the settlement of some commercial difficulties. The Envoy was admitted into the pres
May 2, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
her neighbours' window-cards grew spotted and flybespeckled, she had hardly ever any occasion to show

her neighbours' window-cards grew spotted and flybespeckled, she had hardly ever any occasion to show

11•11, Jana parsed slowly away, and a wet J 1 , " You must explain," Me mid to the shrinking girL " I had no idea that Mr. Morrison was married, if it ia really ao." I have my certificate here, in my dress." " • ' July oeeded ; the summer that had begun so brightly was "Then we
May 2, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
nis invaluable medicine has the extraordinary property of immediately relieving the above-mentioned complaints so prevalent in this country, especially in

nis invaluable medicine has the extraordinary property of immediately relieving the above-mentioned complaints so prevalent in this country, especially in

damp foggy weather, and during the winter months. During the comparatively short period of the existence of this medicine, the sale has increased so much, and the number of applications for it by people in distant localities multiplied so rapidly, that we have determined now for
May 2, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
WHEAT SHEAF ROTEL, STAMFORD ST.. ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE. PROPRIBTOR ALFRED D. RAYNER (Late of Blackburn). Beer and Dublin Stout on draught. The

WHEAT SHEAF ROTEL, STAMFORD ST.. ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE. PROPRIBTOR ALFRED D. RAYNER (Late of Blackburn). Beer and Dublin Stout on draught. The

finest goods only eupplied. Splendid accommodation for Pic-nic Parties, Ordin-lry daily at 1 o'clock.—Billiarde
May 2, 1891 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England