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NOTABLE SHIPBUILDING FEAT.

NOTABLE SHIPBUILDING FEAT.

The steel screw steamer which went ashore last summer the West Coast of Scotland, after being floated was purchased in her damaged condition by Messrs. Clayton and Co. Ltd., of Birkenhead and Liverpool. vessel was taken one. of their private docks in Birkenhead, where she was th
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NO CHANCE FOR THE TIPSTER

NO CHANCE FOR THE TIPSTER

CHANCE FOR THE TIPSTER JUDGE MELLOR AND THE VIRTUE OF CRICKET. opening a bazaar in aid of the Hollinwood Cricket Club on Saturday, His Honour Judge Mellor commended the game as being the only pastime, so far as he knew, which afforded no opportunity to the tipster. In these days,
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ASHTON'S TERRITORIAL RECRUITS

ASHTON'S TERRITORIAL RECRUITS

Remarkable success has * nt cle recruiting campaign conu feW - c last week at Ashton-under-Lyne. - st ,t 250 recruits have been added of the Ashton battalion. 6 Mr. Henry C. Shaw, . Ashton, and Mr- , G " st* ' man R. Wood, ex-Mayor of joined as officers.
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOTES ON THE RUGBY GAME.

NOTES ON THE RUGBY GAME.

KfiHSAL OUTPLAYED win at SALE. ECCLES' NARROW VICTORY •s* cak side ending the game *. gan U ' with 13 men—they had 14 *a' ** * ater lose e ar Wftv* * ° Same—put up their feeblest dis- season against Heaton Moor, who the }Iby1 ' h The main cause of siti e's heavy defeat was a wea
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WIGAN ROUTED.

WIGAN ROUTED.

HUDDERSFIELD WIN BEFOUL GREAT CROWD SALFORD'S VICTORY AT LEEDS. NORTHERN LEAGUE RESULTS & SCORERS •HUDDERSFIELD, 8—10—46; WIGAN, 2—2—10. For Huddersfield, Moorhouse (4t), Posenfeld [St), Holland (8g), Gleeson (t), Clark (t), Jones (t); for Wi?an, J. Thomas and 2g), Francis (tl.
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRANSVAAL AND ENGLISH FOOTBALLERS.

TRANSVAAL AND ENGLISH FOOTBALLERS.

JOHANNESBURG. Sunday. The Transvaal Football Association, with the permission of the South African Association has cabled to Mr. Bndgett of the South Shields club, asking him to bring out a team for the coming Transvaal season. cable has also been sent to Mr. Wall, secretary of
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LEAGUE PROBLEMS.

LEAGUE PROBLEMS.

VALUABLE POINTS FOR DERBY COUNTY. WOOLWICH AGAIN BEATEN FIRST LEAGUE RESULTS AND SCORERS. '.MIDDLESBROUGH, 3; MANCHESTER U., 1. For Middlesbrough, Stirling, Elliott, Malcolm; for Manchester United, Anderson. Attendance, 12,000. (Middlesbrough won lar,t season, 3—2.) "NEWCASTLE U
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PROGRAMME FOE TO-DAY.

PROGRAMME FOE TO-DAY.

THE MEETING. A-The PORTSLADE SELLING STEEPLECHASE soys; lour year-olds lOst 101b, five list 121b, six 4lb; winner to be sold lor 50 allowances. Two miles. \\ [lit. Botromlev) Hare IRISH WISDOM 'Mr. L. ..Hammond a 12 TLBCULUM (Mrs. E. Humphrey! Clancy a 12 GOLD SEAL 11. Major Wat
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

BANK RATES. Per Cent. Fixed. LONDON „ 29th January, 1914 PARIS 29th January, 1914. BERLIN sth February, 1914. LONDON, Saturday. Money was in rather better supply, and with the demand on a very moderate scale loans over the week-end were easily obtainable at 4 per cent, weekly ad
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE MINING MARKET.

THE MINING MARKET.

STILL WAITING FOR THE TURN OF THE TIDE PARIS. LONDON. Saturday. Little attention was paid to any business this morning beyond that of the preliminary carry-over. There is no change in the conditions which have prevailed throughout the week, operators being quite indisposed move
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England