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MORE ON POOR-LAW.

MORE ON POOR-LAW.

EFFECT OF LABOUR DISPUTES: SOME STRIKING FIGURES. A Blue Book published from the Local Government Board yesterday shows that the total expenditure, other than out loans, of Boards of Guardians in England and Wales on poor lelief during the half-year ended the 30th of September l
11 September 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Olympic Games Fund subscriptiona amount to #7.071

The Olympic Games Fund subscriptiona amount to #7.071

11 September 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HERO'S FATE.

HERO'S FATE.

LIFE LOST HELPING DROWNING LADY. SAD BATHING TRAGEDY. As the result of gallant attempt to save a lady bather, who had got into difficulties while out for an early morning dip at Bridlington yesterday, a well-known Manchester young man, Mr. Hedley Thomas Broadbent, lost his lite.
11 September 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HUNTING HONEYMOON.

HUNTING HONEYMOON.

«•— ——" iV COTTON KING'S DAUGHTER POLICE CHIEF, Miss Glen Coats, only Thomas Glen Coats, Bart., was p#l B<flß noon married Major E. H. ' p? o, |* Constable of the London Metropolian ceremony took place Coats J» Paisley. d The church was lavishly decorat , white and pink lilies b
11 September 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE CAVE FOR CURIOS, FINE OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE, OLD CHINA. . SILVER PLATE, COINS, RARE OLD FURNITURE, AND OLD ARMOUR.

THE CAVE FOR CURIOS, FINE OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE, OLD CHINA. . SILVER PLATE, COINS, RARE OLD FURNITURE, AND OLD ARMOUR.

WHARTON'S. STATION STEPS. LONDON-ROAD. Established IR3O. Tel. 342 Central. SALES ATTENDED COMMISSION. GOOD WORKMANSHIP CAN ONLY BE EXPECTED UNDER GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS. Sutcliffe Fans and Warming Plants give pure, healthy, comfortable atmosphere at all seasons the year.—Partic
11 September 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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CTEPHENSONS' CHINA & GLASS SHOPS, P BARTON ARCADE, and 37, PICCADILLY, Manchester. SPECIAL PURCHASE of 100 DINNER SETS. gTEPKENSON &

CTEPHENSONS' CHINA & GLASS SHOPS, P BARTON ARCADE, and 37, PICCADILLY, Manchester. SPECIAL PURCHASE of 100 DINNER SETS. gTEPKENSON &

SONS, SILVERSMITHS AND JEWELLERS. CATALOGUES FREE ON REQUEST. , 24. 26, ST. ANN'S SQUARE. MANCHESTER. BRITISH PIANOS by BRINSMEAD, BROADWOOD. COLLARD, and others. NEW and SECOND-HAND, from £15. Inspection cordially invited. HOWARDS' LTD., 55-58. OLDHAM ST. MR. G. W. BEEBINGTON (
11 September 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FASHIONS. KENDAL, MILNE & CO., DEANSGATE. MANCHESTER. (By Appointment to T.M. THE KING & QUEEN.) Telegrams. " KENMIL." Telephone, 6203

FASHIONS. KENDAL, MILNE & CO., DEANSGATE. MANCHESTER. (By Appointment to T.M. THE KING & QUEEN.) Telegrams. " KENMIL." Telephone, 6203

CENTRAL. HOURS OP BUSINESS, 8 to SATURDAYS. 1 o'clock. DISPLAY OF THE T E S MODELS FUR WEAR, Including a FINE COLLECTION CANADIAN and RUSSIAN SABLE, . NATURAL SKUNK, RUSSIAN ERMINE, BLACK, AFGHAN, and RED FOX, MARTEN the New Shading. SPECIAL VALUE SQUIRREL, MUSQUASH, and DYED SK
11 September 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SOUTH AFRICAN PREFERENCE.

SOUTH AFRICAN PREFERENCE.

MR. PAGE CROIX M.P., K ' RUMOURS. Mr. Henry. Pag© Croft, M.P., Organisation Committee of the '^-ed^-Jo I '/ League, spoke at Sotithbourne on ± 1 special reference to the rec. r ic* At, flie Dutch party in South <ro abandon the preference on Britis' 1 we now enjoy. It was no good
6 September 1913 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH & COUNTY NOTES

BATH & COUNTY NOTES

I am told one who greatly enjoyed the .Bath Electric Tramways motor char-a-banc tour in ales that everyone of the party spent a deiKhtful week the most charming scenery ot the Principality. The weather was splendid. here were one or two slight showers, but never sulacient to nec
6 September 1913 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
IN PRAISE OF BATH.

IN PRAISE OF BATH.

PRAISE OF BATH. EDWARD FITZGEB.AI TRIBUTE RECALLED. Daily Press" has published the follow J: j The recent visit to Bath of a party of participants in the International Congress Medicine has elicited no small amount further expressions touching that city's manifold attractions. Ap
6 September 1913 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England