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Development and Danger.

Development and Danger.

Mr. J. R. R. WILSON, in the course of an interesting and reminiscent reply, remarked that they bad now inspectors to look after practically everything. One gentleman went to sec that they did not take blind ponies into the pit, and he thought it was generally recognised that the
23 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
USE OF THE CANE AT GRIMSBY

USE OF THE CANE AT GRIMSBY

There was a spirited discussion at the monthly meeting of the Grimsby Education Committee upon a proposal to confer upon all assistant teachers over 23 years of age the right to administer corporal punishment. Alderman J. H. Tate said that to adopt the proposal was “asking for t
23 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MESSRS. W. 11. AND J. A. EADON

MESSRS. W. 11. AND J. A. EADON

Messrs. W. H. and J. A. Eadon, their saleroom, St James’s Street, Sheffield, offered for sale, property 7 and land in the vicinity of Bents Green. The first lot, a freehold dwelling-house, fronting Ringinglowe Road, with vacant land adjoining, was sold for £3OO. Three dwellingho
23 July 1913 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MINING MARKET.

THE MINING MARKET.

VALUES MAINTAINED, BUT BUSINESS VERY QUIET. LONDON, Tuesday. With better monetary conditions prevailing Continental centres dealers in the Mining department opened values on a better level this morning, and a certain amount local speculative support, followed. Curiously enough t
23 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Traffics.—Great Eastern £3.400 decrease, Great Southern and Western £2.099 increase, Isle £51 decrease, Metropolitan £109 inorease; Underground—Metropolitan £632 increase, London

Traffics.—Great Eastern £3.400 decrease, Great Southern and Western £2.099 increase, Isle £51 decrease, Metropolitan £109 inorease; Underground—Metropolitan £632 increase, London

Electric £755 increase, Central London increase, City and South £7 decrease, London General Omnibus £6,935 increase: South-Eastern and Chatham £4,806 increase, Taff Vale £468 increase, Great North of Scotland £690.
23 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FINANCIAL AND PERSONAL

FINANCIAL AND PERSONAL

The subscription list the issue £250.000 per cent mortgage debenture stock the Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company will clooe this afternoon. The price issue is per cent, and applications will received by Lloyds Bank and branches. The prospectus appeared yesterday <mrier." Ban
23 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FACTORY A FURNACE

FACTORY A FURNACE

25 GIRLS PERISH FIRE LEAP FEOM FOURTH STOREY Binghamton, town of 40,000 inhabitants in New York State, was yesterday the scene of a serious fire. The outbreak occurred in an overall factory, and in 20 minutes the building was destroyed. One hundred and twenty-five girls were ins
23 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE OPIUM TRAFFIC

THE OPIUM TRAFFIC

CHINESE GENERAL MANCHESTER. APPEAL TO MERCHANTS. Lieutenant-General Chang, the president of the Chinese National Opium Prohibition Union, and intimate friend of Yuan-Shi-Kai. President the Chinese Republic addressed mooting members of the Manchester Chamber o; Commerce yesterday
23 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FRAUD ON THE PUBLIC.

FRAUD ON THE PUBLIC.

SIR JAMES BARR'S UNCHANGED VIEW OF INSURANCE ACT. At a meeting of the British Medical Association at Brif»'on yesterday, Sir James Barr, the retiring presidency sa he had not altered his views on the Insurance Act one iota. He still considered it a fraud upon the public. He had
23 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTHS. Hio** OLPHIN.-July 20, The CoH«£- wife of the Rev. A. R. Dolphm. H>MILTON.-On July 20th, ton. Shropshire, the wife

BIRTHS. Hio** OLPHIN.-July 20, The CoH«£- wife of the Rev. A. R. Dolphm. H>MILTON.-On July 20th, ton. Shropshire, the wife

» Bs.miiton, Royal Indian Marine. —c>«# son Mis. SeUide to 01 Mr. and Mrs. M. H. K>n*. »» VFKRMAN-KEYMER.-On the Christ Church, vicar, ihe Rev. F.R.C.0.. curate, to F widow of the late John side, Thup<erley. DEATHS- COBLEY.-On the Chorlton-cuni-Hardy. * Kevninatgn Cobley. the la
23 July 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England