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JUANCHESTER WEEKLY. TIMES." THE LARGEST P PAPER. SINCEa THE ENLAREMENT . AND ADDITION OF NEW AND ATTRAOTIVE FEATURES, THE asMANCHESTER WEEKLY TIMES," HAS INCREASED ITS CIRC ULATION BY MANY THOUSANDS. Il IS NOW THE BEST FAMILY NEWSpAPER, AND SHOULD BE READ IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD. IT I
12 June 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COUNTRY LIFE.

COUNTRY LIFE.

E COUNTRY LITP, BY "RANGER." XXIV. l IL-TEE COMIG OF THE 131pBk With our face deep buried in summer gres If lying on the margin of the wood. All the 43 s fast-falling blossom is littered, and teail instinct with the very breath of life, Z starlings, picking among the sheep, ar bu
12 June 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Commercial Intelligence.

Commercial Intelligence.

Conmnmercial Erntelligence. MANCHEISTER COTTON MARKET. I . FRIDAT, JUNE IL The cloth market remains steady as a whole, but I geuerally quiet. In no department is there more than a moderate inquiry. The rather thin attendance on 'Change denotes the approach of the Whitsuntido I ho
12 June 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST A MINISTER.

CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST A MINISTER.

I CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST A fStB I MAGISTERIAL PROCEEDINGS. At the Manchester City Police Court, on Monday, before the Stipendiary magistrate (Mr. P. J. Headlam), the Rev. James Mackie, minister of the Scotch Nationail Church, Bloomgburv, Chorlton-Tpon-Med- lock, was brought up
25 September 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HEARTH AND HOME.

HEARTH AND HOME.

BY A LADY CONWnIBUTOR Miss Hosalind Ellicotb intends to make music her profession. She is an accomplished singer; but singing is not the direction her career will take. Miss Ellicott means to attack the citadel of music, and stand or fall by her powers of musical composition. I
25 September 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIFEBOAT DISASTERS.

THE LIFEBOAT DISASTERS.

' !AE OPFIAL tIIPORT. ti VERDICT OF THE JURY. The inquest on the tweyty-six bodies of the South- 'port and St. Afife's lifebdat 6etiw who were drowned b on the morning of the 10th inst. was resumed on Satur- b dayihtsiePalace.Hotel,Birkdale, near Southport. The tl district coron
24 December 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE CAMPBELL DIVORCE SUIT.

THE CAMPBELL DIVORCE SUIT.

THE CAMPBELL DIVORCE SM. SummING UP. THE VERDICT. In the Divorce Division on Saturday, Mr. Justice ! Butt and a special jury resumed for the seventeenth time the hearing of the consolidated suits of Campbell Iv. Campbell-Camppbell ?? Campbell, the Duke of Marl- I borough, Captain
24 December 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RESIGNATION OF LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL.

RESIGNATION OF LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL.

RESIGNATION OF LORD RANDOLPH C IURC HILL. MINISTERIAL CRISIS. The Times yesterday made the following announce- 3 ment:-- Lord R. Churchill has resigned the office of Chan- callor of the Exchequer. We understand that the immediate cause of his lordship's resignation was his .unwil
24 December 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.

WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.

WOMEN'S SUFFRAGTE. The nineteenth annunal meoting of the Manchester National Society for Women's Suffrago was hold at the Manchester Town Hall on Wednesday, under the pre- sidency at first of the Mlayor (3fr. Alderman Gold- schmidt), and afterwards of Mr. Woodall, M.P. The Execut
06 November 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HEARTH AND HOME.

HEARTH AND HOME.

HEARTH: AND HOME.| BY A LADY gONTRIBUTOR, How bored the Queen must be with the attentions of her admirers, the' scribblers who present her with books and songs, generally of the dullest kind I Here are a few examples culled from the papers Mrs. John Bigelow bas been sending to th
06 November 1886 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England