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COTTON IMPORTS IN CHINA. Good Prospects.

COTTON IMPORTS IN CHINA. Good Prospects.

A consular report issued to-day on the trade of Ticntein for the years 1900-03 states quit in 1902 the quantity of cotton goods imported considerably exceeded the importations of 1899, • result no doubt due to restored confidence and the necessity of replenishing depleted stock.
2 April 1904 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRAGIC DEATH OF A JERSEY VISITOR.

TRAGIC DEATH OF A JERSEY VISITOR.

The body of a young man. in an advanced state of decomposition, was found at Noirmont, Jersey, yesterday, with a revolver close by. The remains are supposed to be those of an Englishman who arrived in the island on January 29, and, after leaving his portmanteau at an hotel, was
2 April 1904 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TOPICS FROM LONDON• London, Saturday Morning• and Colontat Grown Cotton. Protection cannot help lianufacturers and merchants unless they bring tilHr

TOPICS FROM LONDON• London, Saturday Morning• and Colontat Grown Cotton. Protection cannot help lianufacturers and merchants unless they bring tilHr

commercial methods into line with the German and American systems. The railways are not likely to be nationalised, but they must be prevented from favouring foreign goods against our own. With the demand for an improvement of the consular system we have every -sympathy, and ther
2 April 1904 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
.LTAC LONDON, GINO. LOON, AND OAP/TOWN. – you NEW= K2fOW YOUR =IL'

.LTAC LONDON, GINO. LOON, AND OAP/TOWN. – you NEW= K2fOW YOUR =IL'

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2 April 1904 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
'ELL.

'ELL.

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12 November 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DOCTORS AT THE WORKHOUSE.

DOCTORS AT THE WORKHOUSE.

Mrs. Garrett Says They Are Too Few. Mrs. Garrett called the attention of the Churlton Board of Guardians, at its meeting to-day, to the need for an additional assistant resident medical officer at the workhouse. There were at present 1,233 patients in the hospital, and to tend t
12 November 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ROCHDALE AND 48 HOURS WEEK.

ROCHDALE AND 48 HOURS WEEK.

The result of the ballot of members of the Rochdale spinners on the question of a 48 hours week is as follows :—ln favour of 48 hours week, 617 ; against, 198; majority in favour, 419. There are about 850 members, and practically the whole of them recorded their votes with only
12 November 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LK. i SINGULAR

LK. i SINGULAR

LK. SINGULAR ly associated with ife of Salford for w Mayor (Alder)noured with the the peace for the een a Manchester By virtue of his adjudicate upon .lford bench, and appearance as a cupying the chair HERIFFS, Law Courts. elaborate official e Exchequer, pretice of England's , wh
12 November 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TIIE RACZ.

TIIE RACZ.

After some delay, principally due to Lady Vista, Alspice 11. drew out from Ballot, Simonson, Symons' Pride, and Santeve, Succour, White Eagle, Ily - ram, Bridge of :yarn, Adversary, and Procope next, in front of Lafayette anti Bell Rock, with Maya, Hayden, and Submit the last th
12 November 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Lady St. Ilelier's Keen Wit.

Lady St. Ilelier's Keen Wit.

Lady St. Helier is famous, not only for her brilliancy as a hostess, but also for her keen wit. At a Teception on one occasion She met a charming but talkative young lady who was desirous of learning about everything and everybody. Lady St. Helier for a long time did her best to
12 November 1909 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England