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DEATH OF LIBERAL PEER. MR. CHURCHILL'S COUSIN SUCCEEDS TO THE TITLE. The death occurred Canford Manor, WimbOrne (Dorset), early yesterday

DEATH OF LIBERAL PEER. MR. CHURCHILL'S COUSIN SUCCEEDS TO THE TITLE. The death occurred Canford Manor, WimbOrne (Dorset), early yesterday

morning, from heart failure, of Lord Wimborne. The deceased peer, who was 78 years of age, was the son of Sir Guest, the first baronet, succeeding to that title in 1852. He was created a baron in 1880, and is succeeded by his son, Lord Ashby St. Ledgers. He married in 1868 Lady
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RULER OF ALBANIA.

RULER OF ALBANIA.

PRINCE WILLIAM RECEIVES FORMAL OFFER OF THRONE, NEUWIED, Saturday. The Albanian deputation arrived here to-day and proceeded to the castle, where, in the presence of the members of the princely family of Wied, Essad Pasha, addressing Prince William in Albanian said that the depu
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DEATH THROUGH SHAVING CUT.

DEATH THROUGH SHAVING CUT.

A death due to a shaving accident has occurred Boston Hospital. Joseph Pell, of Donington, while shaving, cut his chin slightly, and next day had swollen lfp. doctor was called and lanced the lip, but soon the wound grew worse and spread to the neck and face. Pell was removed to
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WRONG MAN IN THE DOCK.

WRONG MAN IN THE DOCK.

When a charge being found on enclosed, premises was being heard at Hull Police Court Saturday, the man in the dock exclaimed, " I'm not the roan." It transpired that the ■wrong mar had been placed in the dock. The real delinquent, a man named Wise, was brought up, and it was see
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNT ACQUITTED.

COUNT ACQUITTED.

POLISH CASTLE TRAGEDY. MESEMTZ, Saturday. Count Mielczynski has been acquitted of the charge of wilfully killing his wife and Count Mianczynski. There was delay in the beginning of the trial of Count Mielczynski this morning, as the Count was in such state of nervous excitement
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TEMPERANCE REFORM

TEMPERANCE REFORM

GOOD TEMPLARS DEMAND BILL THIS YEAR. At the annual session of the South-East Lancashire District Lodge of the International Order of Good Templars, held the Congregational Hall, Chapel-street, Saiford, on Saturday, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : " This Dist
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BUILDERS' DISPUTE.

BUILDERS' DISPUTE.

TO-DAY'S CONFERENCE: UNIONS INDIGNANT. The prospects of the building trade conference, which will take place to-day, between the Council of the London Master Builders' Association and representatives of thirteen trade unions, are being actively discussed by building workers. A l
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RESTORATION OP SULGRAVE MANOR

RESTORATION OP SULGRAVE MANOR

Tho Duke of Teck, hon. president of the British Committee for the celebration of the Centenary of Peace between Great Britain and the United States, left London on Saturday by motor-car, accompanied by Viscount Bryce, Mr. A. Shirley Benn, M.P., Mr. Donald, Mr. Stewart, and Mr. H
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LADY SCOTT INSPECTS ANTARCTIC PICTURES.

LADY SCOTT INSPECTS ANTARCTIC PICTURES.

Lady Scott on Saturday night inspected Mr. Ponting's pictures her late husband's expedition to the Antarctic for the first time. She had long cherished a wish to see these wonderful pictures, but had been unable hitherto to summon up sufficient courage to do so. On Saturday she
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"RIVETS OF THE EMPIRE."

"RIVETS OF THE EMPIRE."

Miss Baden-Powell, sister of General Sir Robert Baden-Powell, speaking at a meeting in London on .Saturday organised by the promoters of the Girl Guides movement, said that so successful had the movement proved that there were now girl guides in every part the world in which flo
23 February 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England