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Commercial Intelligence.

Commercial Intelligence.

I rammturciaI IEntciuen. THE-MANHES3TR XA~r_ FtiDAY, JtrUN 27. There was no changecartanY no improvement in the market at opening- Selingwaafondto be very difficnlt in every department. Prices werg unaltered. but little tested, land presumably open to offer. These remarks were ap
28 June 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL ITEMS

PERSONAL AND POLITICAL ITEMS

E'PSONATL AND POLITICAL ITEjS o~r, I , . - siir. AXthur Balfour's relations with theparty Oiahndh forms. the fourth part are, the Daily News vs'oahea ,o ~ridibe SeriOsly strained. The crisis t haer's ~dmnn~tt Cor vo~ted against the hon. mern- morniog 5;ttinqa ° the Preanier's res
10 May 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

3~ J. NICOLL, Regent-street and Cornhill, * London: Paris, Manchester Liverpool, Birmingham. The LATEST FASHIONS for THlS SEASON are now ON VIEW. ,uSERr muS COATINGS, SUITINGS. and TRof the finest manufacture. OVERCOATINGS inl the newest designs. LADIES' JACKETS, COSTUMES, & ULST
26 July 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A LIVERPOOL BANKRUPTCY CASE.

A LIVERPOOL BANKRUPTCY CASE.

FORGING BILLS OF EXCHANGE. Atthe Liverpool Bankruptcy Courton ThursdaV, be~ore Mr. Registrar Copper, the publiq examination of Ernest Heymans, 18, Leigh-street, Liverpool, dealer in feathers and tinned provisions, was resumed. The debtor was questioned closely by Mr. Rogers, sol
26 July 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE PENISTONE RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

THE PENISTONE RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

| :~Tl- ?? ACCIDENT. NV kled in te acoiaent were ?? ?? K 7o-klnd CemterY. .1 Lt.7 rd5Y of thePnr, tid C3onstance Ekinn, of Har- it So , fg5 (itr f MsranWckt on 3ie Barnesf Ba2c,11 er o g.i 17 ?? t ar e w ?? A1ceofn taerhbt orso wvelre p :resentin tof whoir bes. h dt 3es. m pathe
26 July 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MANCHESTER WEEKLY TIMES. LARGEST PENNYg WEEKLy PAPEZ in the Kingdom. On Saturday, August 2, was commenced. An Original Story of Deep Intetest, "T E S E O O N D B E S T," BY CAROLINE POTHERGILL, -7- TO-DiA (Saturday), August 23, is CommeflOed " W A L' L B U R G A," A TALE OF THE T
23 August 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE FRAUDS ON THE WIGAN CORPORATION

THE FRAUDS ON THE WIGAN CORPORATION

I ARREST OF THE BOROUGH AUDITOR. The Wigan burgess auditors, Messrs. T. Swarbrick aud W. A. Byrom, are continuing their investigation into the accounts of the Corporation, and each day reveals more defalcations on the part of the late I treasurer, Air. Holt. As previously stated,
23 August 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL AND THE SHIPPING COMMISSION.

LIVERPOOL AND THE SHIPPING COMMISSION.

LIVERPOOL AND THE SHIPPING COMUIS3TO' A Liverpool correspondent states that the secretaties of the Liverpool Shipowners' Association have written to the President' of the Board of Trade that they have been unable to come to a settle ment with the Steamaship Owner ' Assocition to
29 November 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE SALVATION ARMY IN FRANCE.

THE SALVATION ARMY IN FRANCE.

Miss Booth is now in the south of France, Nimes being her headquarters, whence she visits the districts around, Last Sunday evening a great meeting was held at Niimes by Miss Booth, in a hall hired by the Salvation Army for nine years. Ontside the crowd mades a great disturbance
16 February 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS.

Josephine Eder, the sweetheart of the munr- derer Schenck, was on Monday tried before the Special Court on the charge of stealing jewels at Schenck's instigation. She was sentenced to three years' imprison- ment. Two hundred Albanian political Prisoners, who have been imprisoned
16 February 1884 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England