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1,100 Cases of Scarlet Fever in Birmingham.

1,100 Cases of Scarlet Fever in Birmingham.

1,100 Cases Scarlet Fever in Birmingham. An epidemic of scarlet fever has broken out Birmingham. Ther* are now 90Q cases in the isolation hospital. During the past week 223 fresh oases were notified to the authorities, and 232 the previous seven days, which is the highest number
8 October 1913 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WATER POLO AT BOLTON.

WATER POLO AT BOLTON.

Stockport played the return polo fixture at Bolton last ' ht. The Bolton goal had many escapee. Then Kenney scored from half the length of the bath. minute later Robinson added splendid second, while directly from the restart Sadler placed the third. Griffiths obtained fourth fo
8 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AMERICAN COTTON.

AMERICAN COTTON.

Another Day for the " Bears " Opening Losses Range from 13 to 20 Points Another Crop Estimate, 14,550,000 Futures Close Weak, 21 to 2 Points Lower Spot Reduced 20 Liverpool Due About Down. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.! NEW YORK, Tuesday. The bearish " sentiment noted the! otton
8 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NEW YORK'S LATE MAYOR.

NEW YORK'S LATE MAYOR.

RELATIVES' THANKS TO CITY OF LIVERPOOL. Yesterday the Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Sir Harmood-Banner, received the following communication from the, relatives of the late Mayor of Jsew York, Mr. William Gaynor, who recently died while crossing the Atlantic: "Twenty-Eighth Brooklyn,
8 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RADICAL WRECKERS.

RADICAL WRECKERS.

PRESTIGE OF COMMONS DESTROYED. PARLIAMENT ACT CRITICISED , Mr. G. C. HamTlton, M.P. for Altrinoham, and Mr. J. B. Martindale. the prospective Liberal candidate for Widne3, were the principal speakers at Chester Debating Society's opening debate last night. Mr. Hamilton, who was
8 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"FLOUTING THE COURT."

"FLOUTING THE COURT."

CHARGE AGAINST COLLIER TREASURER. At the Manchester County Police Court yesterday William Baker, a miner, of Bolton-road, Pendlebury, and formerly treasurer of the Chiton, Kearsley, Pendlebury, and Pendleton Accident Society, appeared to answer a summons why OS had not complied
8 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SCHOOLS FOR LATHEES.

SCHOOLS FOR LATHEES.

LADY WHO SENT TEATS CABINET MINISTERS. Schools for fathers were yesterday advocated by Miss Mary Murdoch, the well-known lady doctor, in a speech Hull the conference the National Union Women Workers. She declared that ignorance of health laws was as prevalent among the rich as t
8 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ALLEN.—On in*t„ *i.& ° I the wile of - and gir)). ' HAGGLE.—On the sth in«t., * e lands Gill,

ALLEN.—On in*t„ *i.& ° I the wile of - and gir)). ' HAGGLE.—On the sth in«t., * e lands Gill,

County Durham. Sinclair a ion. _ BARLOW.—On the 6th inst.. a'- 1 J* . Bank, Ashton-uncler ,''Y 1 ~b!!K* <, years.—lnterment U'' Octooer 9th, '.ii* Service A3hion-un««?r-Lyne o'clock.—lciciuiriea Jou Alt'!.' BEAUMONT.—On October.. ; Henry Frederick Beaumont, > Huddeisi:i. U'i, ag
8 October 1913 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THIRD FOOD-SHIP

THIRD FOOD-SHIP

A CITY WITH 20,000 HALF. STARVED FAMILIES. A contribution of Ll.OOO per week from the Miner; Federation; a Trade Union relief fund already totalling about £9.000; and the despatch of a third food ship this week ! With such facts as these does the British Trade Unionist answer th
8 October 1913 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England
 
REGULARLY ASKS HOW BUSINESS GOES.

REGULARLY ASKS HOW BUSINESS GOES.

(From Our Own Correspondent) BERLIN, Tneeday. • - The "Vossische Zeitung " publishes an amusing illustration of the Kaiser's business habits in connection with a small and restaurant erected by him our the historic mill of Sane Souci at Potsdam. 'llse former restaurant warn remo
8 October 1913 - Daily News (London) - London, London, England