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HUNTING.

HUNTING.

THE CHESHIRE HOUNDS. The Duke Westminster led the Cheshire Hunt in a good day's sport from Shipbrook on Saturdav. A fox from Marshall's Gorse made a b*g circle to Loetock, and got to ground. Another from Whatcroft travelled along King street towards By ley and back to Whatcroft,
7 February 1910 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A series of charges of housebreaking were, the Salford Police Court, oil Saturday, preferred against young man and young woman

A series of charges of housebreaking were, the Salford Police Court, oil Saturday, preferred against young man and young woman

named John Wilcoek and Ada Coops, who have been residing in Brunswick street, Salford. They were committed the Liverpool Assises for trial. For giving a false alarm of fire a gentleman of independent means, named Ernest 29, of Greenbank-avenue, Heaton Mersey, was, Saturday, the
7 February 1910 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE PREMIER'S PUNS

THE PREMIER'S PUNS

RETURN TO LONDON ON WEDNESDAY. DEMANDS OF THE FACTIONS CABINET'S DILEMMA According to present arrangements the Prime mister will arrive in London from Canwes on evening in readiness for Council which Las been fixed lor Yesterday He another interview wiih Mr. Lloyd-G<*nge and Mr.
7 February 1910 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TWO GRAND OLD MEN.

TWO GRAND OLD MEN.

OCTOGENARIAN OARSMAN. Despite the inclement weather, Dr. Furnivall, the veteran scholar and oarsman, who was 85 years old last Friday, had his customary outing on the Thames yesterday. There was a large a'tendance of male and female members of the Furnivall Sculling Club present
7 February 1910 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"BENEFICIAL PAUL PRY&"

"BENEFICIAL PAUL PRY&"

SIR J. RICH TON-BROWNE AND SANITARY INSPECTORS. Sir James Crichton Browne, speaking Satur day the annual dinner of the Sanitary spectors' Association at the Gaiety Restaurant, London, said that 50 years ago the national death •ate stood at 22 per only years ago still stood at Fo
7 February 1910 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG TEACHERS.

UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG TEACHERS.

WHITEHALL POLICY CONDEMNED. The Rev. Robert Hudson, M.A., Principal Mark* Training College. < hekiea, speaking the annual dinner, Saturday, of the students that college Manchester, gave gloomy out look tl»e teaching profession far employment is concerned. There were, eakl, many
7 February 1910 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FOUR DREADNOUGHTS

FOUR DREADNOUGHTS

THIS YEAR'S PROGRAMME. TWO "OPTIONALS." It is believed, says the Press Association, that while this year's shipbuilding programme will provide lor the laying down four new Dread noughts," power will taken, as lest year, commence construction others—probably two in number—should
7 February 1910 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
•T' j; IB AIIY. —Opm the s*^uT rt -^ , %?•« ">ws" ■nmiiilgM, .. . LORD BURY TO HIS SUPPORTERS.

•T' j; IB AIIY. —Opm the s*^uT rt -^ , %?•« ">ws" ■nmiiilgM, .. . LORD BURY TO HIS SUPPORTERS.

NOW thai Ih. .Utlioo .word it. for tk. mom.at, retained it* acahbsrd, tetter my Thank* ell thoae who by work have gi«et> »n of their bnt efforts and energies toward* reducing the Liberal majority .0 the "* lilt ill ■ J and furthering raitir the safe government « f una larger mes
7 February 1910 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
a THE ' PREMIER FOOD * OF ITS CLASS. This what the "Medical Times (June ad, «*y* 0® PLASMON OATS

a THE ' PREMIER FOOD * OF ITS CLASS. This what the "Medical Times (June ad, «*y* 0® PLASMON OATS

The finest oats grown in Scotland, combined with Plasmoit no husk, no fibre, require only minutes 1 boiling— PER PACKET. Sir J. —. M.D., writes:—" Theyar© roagn flcent, and have porridge made from them every morning." PLASMON COCOA The "Lancet" fays: *'Plasmon Increases the food
7 February 1910 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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JilrffMli paif Wiftayl

JilrffMli Wiftayl public fioiitti. eIM THEATRE, SHEFFIELD. A Nil TWO HATfKU OPWBA OOMPAITT. 7 ia 6-30. -THE MIKADO." , ~, T«LUw . Stolard^ Week D'OTLT . the -; . U , -Jiy u.M S I’INAFORfr-. TYiun.- ‘TBOMF.S THE OUAHB". IDA'' S-turdev iM»tinee). -THE Tl» 3t'BBCß|PTr(i?( L(BT will
7 February 1910 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England