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ENGINEERING SECTION

ENGINEERING SECTION

HEAT TREATMENT OF STRUCTURAL STEEL. Saturday evening' 3 meeting of the Manchester Association of Engineers, Mr. Harry Brearley read paper on " The Heat Treatment Structural Steel applied to Mechanical Engineering. The author started with the assumption that engineers are not now
26 October 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CITY SESSIONS IN THE ASSIZE COURTS.

CITY SESSIONS IN THE ASSIZE COURTS.

The Manchester Town Hall Committee have come to a decision in regard to the holding of the City Sessions at the Assize Courts. An arrangement has been entered into whereby, commencing March 31st, 1915, the sessions shall be held at the Assize Courts for the period of one year. T
26 October 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GERMAN SUCCESS AT YPRES

GERMAN SUCCESS AT YPRES

500 BRITISH SOLDIERS TAKEN PRISONERS. AMSTERDAM, Sunday. The Berlin official report to-day says: The Yser-Ypres canal, between Nieuport and Dixmude, was crossed on Saturday further strong forces, after heavy fighting. The German troops advanced at several points east and north-e
26 October 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
JUST HEARD OF THE WAR.

JUST HEARD OF THE WAR.

Evidence the remoteness of some of the outback stations Australia was exemplified by the receipt in Melbourne, on September 2nd, of the following telegram: Alarming war news just received. Money great factor in war peace. Have little, but. wiring you herewith £10 for a war fund;
26 October 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Twenty-two hundred hauliers of the Cambrian collieries, Clydach Vale, went on strike on Saturday over diepute regarding claims extras. The

Twenty-two hundred hauliers of the Cambrian collieries, Clydach Vale, went on strike on Saturday over diepute regarding claims extras. The

Board of Trade announce that they have received a letter from the Consul-General of the United States London stating that he is prepared to remit to his colleagues in Hamburg supplied shipping companies for the support captains and crews of British vessels detained Hamburg. Tlx;
26 October 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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THE COTTON CRISIS.

THE COTTON CRISIS.

WASHINGTON, Sunday. Following the conferences between Sir George Paish and Mr. Blackett, officials are optimistic concerning the Anglo-American financial outlook. The Federal Reserve Board has approved loan of 155,000,000 dollars to relieve the cotton situation, and the early re
26 October 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
During tbe week ending October 24th there were 1 066 attendances at the Manchester and Salfo-d Hospital for Skin Diseases,

During tbe week ending October 24th there were 1 066 attendances at the Manchester and Salfo-d Hospital for Skin Diseases,

Quay-street I 181 these were treated the X-ray and ' light treatment" derailments and 385 the ordinary out-patient department. Private Cardwell, one a family of eight lad 8 residing at Blackburn, has been killed in action while serving with the East Lancashire Regiment. In his l
26 October 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BATTLE OF THE YSER MARSHES.

BATTLE OF THE YSER MARSHES.

VIVID ACCOUNT OF WARSHIPS' WORK. SAVING THE POSITION. HOW A BRITISH OFFICER WENT TO HIS FATE. "TIMES" TELEGRAM (BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT). W EST FLANDERS, October For three days tlie cannon have boomed and battered over the sand dunes and along the marshes the Yser. Agonising hear
26 October 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. CTEPHENSON'S CHINA & GLASS SHOPS Barton Arcade, Manchester. PIANOS : BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LOWER ANYWHERE. IRON-FRAME SECOND-HANDS FROM

BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. CTEPHENSON'S CHINA & GLASS SHOPS Barton Arcade, Manchester. PIANOS : BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LOWER ANYWHERE. IRON-FRAME SECOND-HANDS FROM

£10. TUNINGS AND REPAIRS. ESTIMATES FREE. HOWARD'S , 56. OLDHAM STREET, MANCHESTER. "IYfOLINEUX' S *' CHECK-REPEATER - L "-*- PIANOS. Guineas, at 10>. 6d. per month till paid for. PIANOS TUNED, Repaired, and Exchanged. SHORT IRON GRANDS, by Cramer and others. MOLINEUX SON. Bridg
26 October 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE WATCH TOWER.

THE WATCH TOWER.

"My Business in this State makes me a Looker-On."— Shakespeare. A WEEKLY SURVEY OF CURRENT EVENTS Quotation. Europe's eye fixed on mighty things ; the fate of Empires the fall of Kings."— Robert Bin 71s. H °spital Sunday. will be told to-morrow in the Cheltenham Churches that it
24 October 1914 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England