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FOREIGNERS' MARRIAGES.

FOREIGNERS' MARRIAGES.

Alleged False Declaration. wjt aidinz and abetting in the •• alleged declaration • • ;he Marriage Declaration Act, , :r.o Br-inner, aged 63, • Swiss inter. . . , eintherlenTi-street. Pimlico, was tth,,ted f"r trial at Marlborough-street, yesterday. Jt a- alleged that Brunner. ac
March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRAGEDY AT NIGHT. Alleged Murder of Woman who Sought Shelter. WHO STRUCK THE BLOW?

TRAGEDY AT NIGHT. Alleged Murder of Woman who Sought Shelter. WHO STRUCK THE BLOW?

Upon a charge of murdering his father's paramour. John Morton, a Shirebrook miner, working at.Wersop. was et Chesterfield yesterday remanded for a week. Morton 1.. young man of 23 and the 'halm, Sarah Ann Arundell, 30 She bad Previously lived with his fsthen who was years her se
March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ITCHING, BITING ULCERS. Another Splendid Zantauk Cure Ends Terrible Leg Torture.

ITCHING, BITING ULCERS. Another Splendid Zantauk Cure Ends Terrible Leg Torture.

Miss Mary Onsigh.ill, of 4; Retina-road, Aswan*, Cumbertand, is neither likely to forget the torture she endured from ulcers nor her remarkable cuss by Zatn-Buk. To • Oarlisle revolter Miss Craighlll eazd "My ankles got swollen about four years ago, and the skin all round was va
March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A MOTHER'S DUTY to her Daughter.

A MOTHER'S DUTY to her Daughter.

Every mother who calls to mind her girlhood knows how urgently her daughter i s likely to need help and strength during t h e between schooldays and womanhood. it is th a t growing girls droop, and b ee „ tn 1 fragile, bloodless and nervous. Nature is ca lli ng for more nourishm
March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PEDESTRIANISM

PEDESTRIANISM

WELLMGTON GROUNDO. BURY.—A 60 yards' handicap attracted several hundred epectatora at these gronnd yeeterdaY. ran off twielre heat.. Feint- Ashworth. .Bin - Y. 2.6; Whitehead. }tor-3j. & m iter, Bury. 41. Leach. FinrY. 6. Final: B. Bentley. 1; A. Learb. 2. Good rad. Won by inche
March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LANCASHIRE WALKING CLUB'S SECOND ANNUAL

LANCASHIRE WALKING CLUB'S SECOND ANNUAL

mum scratch road walking race for I Ward Jackson Cup, held Disterday over a circular COIII6O by way of ffusbohne. Old Trafford, Stretford, Sale. Aitrincham. and Cheadle, starting and finiehimg at Fallowfield. Proved another for Toni Payne, the world'. record beater, who covered
March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RARVERSON ANXIOLS FOR ANOTHER MATCH

RARVERSON ANXIOLS FOR ANOTHER MATCH

• Barnum will be to play a patch • ~ht or sixteen up. on level st.th balls. tor £5O. Tax PROPOSED GRAY v. OSMAN MATCII. - -- - Mr. H. Gray. the tateer ol George Gray. told an ,prresetatire son 4lay Inman on the terms by him. manly, £ 2lO made. with uryttalite the to telte 60 and
March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER BETTIIIM LIZTOOI,79ITI R 11.!UrDICAP.

MANCHESTER BETTIIIM LIZTOOI,79ITI R 11.!UrDICAP.

MANCHESTER BETTIIIM R 11.!UrDICAP. IR "V ' • . . tonne, ono 6to 1 SPCslatil PRINCE. 4ea. 8.5. t Morton 7to 1 MERCUTIO, 8-4, 'um and 0ff...1 Cannon leo to 8 DM-Nail/AO. 7-11, tkn and off 00 to 8 EI:DORUP. Sys.. 8-2, thra and off Brower Itn) 1. 8 Cy 3. 7.13. tkn and off Duller .00
March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
savmg Worry you should use the "all-soap " soap in powder " Let the clothes soak overnight, In the morning

savmg Worry you should use the "all-soap " soap in powder " Let the clothes soak overnight, In the morning

they'll be white." Could anything be mori worrying than the ordinary washing day—the hot steam—the back-breaking, fabricwearing rubbing—the difficulty of getting out the stains? All these• worries vanisli when you wash the " Witch way." No boiling. No rubbing. Soak in " Witch "
March 19, 1911 - Empire News & The Umpire - Manchester, Lancashire, England