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SALM BY AUCTION.

SALM BY AUCTION.

For '2O-DAY (Wednesday). 3rd at 11 WAN*, Auct,on Marts% lbarisalre. ORANGES. 010 Ores Valencia. ONIO/31. 111111 Ex is Dram* Psoscaa Dodo. APPIZS. 527 Casks Dutch. Mamma, 111t1sm sad mi. Docks. ONIONS. ZO numb. 215 OZsoosy. CR4211. • 000DWIN. asks& IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS. All A
January 3, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATE PROFESSOR MARSHALL HIS TERRIBLE FALL. STORY BY EYEWITNESSES.

THE LATE PROFESSOR MARSHALL HIS TERRIBLE FALL. STORY BY EYEWITNESSES.

N r. J o hn Webster, coroner, held an yesterday at Wamwater Hotel, %Male 'Head, touching the death of Pro. bow Milne" Marshall. of Owene College, in 0 / c agy, who was instantly killed on &swig' 011 Senday afternoon. Or. Joseph Collier, of Manchester, . be knew deceased. Tho was
January 3, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE BURNLEY TRAGEDY.

THE BURNLEY TRAGEDY.

VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER. Some extraordinary evidence was given at an inquest in Burnley yesterday concerning the death of Ann Slater, aged 44, for causing which her husband. Richard Slater, factory operative, is now in custody. Several neighbours spoke to frequent quarrels betw
January 3, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"DEATH PREFERABLE TO BOTHER.'

"DEATH PREFERABLE TO BOTHER.'

middle•aged woman named Parvenu committed suicide yesterday afternoon by shooting herself with a revolver. The woman is a widow, and lma a couple of children, who riwide with her at Small Heath, Birmingham. All three were home at one o'clock yesterday, when the children were sta
January 3, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AMERICAN_ STOCK MARKETS. DNSETTLED AND DEPRESSED CLOS&

AMERICAN_ STOCK MARKETS. DNSETTLED AND DEPRESSED CLOS&

A Aoirscr.l Nsw YORK. TUVIDAT. The Stock Market to-41*y opened weak and rather heavy on some li.uidat J Os and renewal of rumours regarding the stability of certain financial and commercial esecenas. This • large and fairly wellknown trust company on your side and a couple of la
January 3, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A STRANOE STORY.

A STRANOE STORY.

Harris was no Saturday afternoon by Mr. F. Hooper, solicitor. of Birmingham. Mr. Hooper* s ant had reference to the case of, William Butler, of Clifton Road, Balsall Heath, stonemason, who, early in 1889 was matteeted to fifteen month' bard labour for a woman named UM the Old Fl
January 3, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SHIP CANAL OPENING FESTIVITIES. ENTIRELY NEW DECORATIONS aod CRYSTAL EXHIBITED DAILY 3 id 9 p at 2a. TORTL•ND•STREET. with ELECTRIC

SHIP CANAL OPENING FESTIVITIES. ENTIRELY NEW DECORATIONS aod CRYSTAL EXHIBITED DAILY 3 id 9 p at 2a. TORTL•ND•STREET. with ELECTRIC

aad OAS ILLUMINATIONS atter Saamt, by DEFRIES I SONS LIMITED. yr • .1 17 HOUNDSDITCH. Leedom. oi A SELECTION ot FLORAL DECORATIONS and RICH CRYSTAL ARTICLES on be ON RAM XTEW THE SHIP CANAL. 'too hi the ante to RE-DECORATE FLOORS with HENDRY'S LINOLEUM. to that tea have limited
January 3, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OF OLD ENGLISH FURNITURE Omld vis.t CRORR'9 ESTABLISHMENT, 4. CATHEDRAL YARD, M.ANCHESTES. GRANDFATHERS* Oak. CHIPPF.IDALE INLAID FrRRITI;RE. CHTNA. MORES 0?

OF OLD ENGLISH FURNITURE Omld vis.t CRORR'9 ESTABLISHMENT, 4. CATHEDRAL YARD, M.ANCHESTES. GRANDFATHERS* Oak. CHIPPF.IDALE INLAID FrRRITI;RE. CHTNA. MORES 0?

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January 3, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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January 5, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE COTTON-SHIP BLOCK.

THE COTTON-SHIP BLOCK.

At • meeting of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board yesterday, Mr. G. Holt referred to nom, remarks which had been made in the newspapers regarding the difficulties' which some vessels had experienced in getting berths in the port. The usual plan in such cases was to cry out agai
January 5, 1894 - Manchester Daily Examiner & Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England