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BAPTISM OF FIRE.

BAPTISM OF FIRE.

GENERAL PLUMER COMMENDS TEES SIDE RECRLITS. The officers and men of the Tees defences inspected Hartlepool General Plumer, of the Northern Command, who addressed them with regard to the bombardment. "We Englishmen, he said, did not exaggerate, but they had come through a trying
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

CLOSE OF THE ALTCAR MEETING. Though not to the standard of Wednesday the coursing at Alt car yesterday was quit* good, and, favoured by fine, if dull, weather, attracted a fair number of spectators. Results: UNITED PRODUCE STAKES. ThiTd Round.—Harmon icon beat Happy Jim: Bachelo
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT

BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT

An account, pursuant to the Act 7 and 8, Victoria, cap. 32, for tho week ending Wednesday, December 16, 1914: Banking Department. Prop-tow- cap..£14. 968,674 io, tow cap 3,244,894 Other securit's 116,481,844 V 43,167,729 Note: 54,841,915 & otposlu. 122,736,426 Gold and Olver and
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AMERICAN PRODUCE.

AMERICAN PRODUCE.

NEW YORK REPORT. [REUTERS TELEGRAMS.] NEW YORK. Thursday. WHEAT. WHEAT opened steady, and prices soon rose owing to light receipts, foreign purchases, and good export business. The market closed strong, 1%/ c. to higher. Spot firm. To-day. flay. Winter, to arrive 1.29% 1.28% Spr
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FARM PRODUCE.-Potatoes: Yorkshire Chcshira 3/6 3/9 . Edwards. ,3. Lincoln limestone Edwards, 4/6 Cheshire, J" 4 * /0 w 4

FARM PRODUCE.-Potatoes: Yorkshire Chcshira 3/6 3/9 . Edwards. ,3. Lincoln limestone Edwards, 4/6 Cheshire, J" 4 * /0 w 4

, 6 . 3,9 4;0 per . 5/0; Lin^J", wedes. 25 washed. 50/0 per Turnips, "'. , , 10/6 to 12/6 per case; Dutch
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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ST. MARY'S HOSPITALS.

ST. MARY'S HOSPITALS.

At tire monthly meeting the Board Management of these Manchester hospitals held yesterday,' Sir Frank Forbes Adam, C.1.E., in the chair, it was reported- that a donation of £50 had been received from the Trustees Dickenson's Charity, also that of had been received from the Execu
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST WILLS.

LATEST WILLS.

Mr. Abraham Cecil Francis Rowlands, better known Ctcil Raleigh," the famous playwright, more particularly associated with the Brury Lane successes of recent years, left all his estate to Miss Ada G0w—£8,575. Mr. Henry Aches of Colnc, 12. Wellington-road, Witibinpton. Manchester,
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PICRIC ACID EXPLOSION MYSTERY.

PICRIC ACID EXPLOSION MYSTERY.

. /The inquest into the deaths of ten men killed by the picric acid explosion Heckmondwike recently was resumed yesterday. • Counsel stated that with proper precautions there was no danger in the manufacture of picric acid, arid hoped it would be found that the explosion was due
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THROWN INTO THE LIFFEY.

THROWN INTO THE LIFFEY.

In Dublin yesterday a laboured named Patrick was sentence to ten years' penal servitude for throwing Dublin police sergeant into tap River Ln'fey on Christmas Day of last year when the strike troubles were oa.
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FELL FROM BEDROOM TO KITCHEN.

FELL FROM BEDROOM TO KITCHEN.

FAMILY BURIED RUINS. BOY'S HEROIC CONDUCT. At* house in Wykeham-street, Scarborough, lived a family of six named Bennett, and old lady, invalid. Now only the father. Vie son, and the lady remain, and their residence is a ruin. The boy has given a pathetic account of his experien
18 December 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England