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A MAN CUT TO PIECES ON THE RAILWAY.

A MAN CUT TO PIECES ON THE RAILWAY.

MAN CUT TO PIECES ON THE RAILWAY. ten minutes past eleven last night man was found cut to pieces on the up main line near Rochdale Station. The body was subsequently identified as that of Thomas Murphy, age 23 years, who had been employed in the .goods department of the station.
17 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EMBEZZLEMENT BY A BOOKKEEPER.

EMBEZZLEMENT BY A BOOKKEEPER.

EMBEZZLEMENT BY BOOKKEEPER. respectably-dressed man named John C. Powell, bookkeeper, was charged at the City Police Court this morning with embezzling the sum of £5, the money of his employers, the Ellesmere-street Sawmills Company. Mr. W. H. Todd, who prosecuted, explained that
17 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF A WILMSLOW MAN. An extraordinary case is reported at Wilmslow this morning. William M'Gann, of Fulshaw, complained

MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF A WILMSLOW MAN. An extraordinary case is reported at Wilmslow this morning. William M'Gann, of Fulshaw, complained

his head some days ago, and died last night his home, after being unconscious for eight days. It is believed that he met with some injury to his head, but no definite information is to hand. It is, however, stated that M'Gann complained his head on returning home one night, and
17 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A WAITRESS'S DISSIPATED LIFE.

A WAITRESS'S DISSIPATED LIFE.

WAITRESS'S DISSIPATED LIFE. The East London Coroner held an inquiry, to-day, concerning the death Miss Thirza Bradley, aged 31, a waitress, who died from alcoholic neuritis. Eli Geo. Herrin said the deceased was his wife's niece. She had been addicted to heavy drinking for ■years
17 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SCIENCE TEACHERS IN CONFERENCE.

SCIENCE TEACHERS IN CONFERENCE.

SCIENCE TEACHERS CONFERENCE. -»f A lir ' EPTONISED EDUCATION." crence science teachers from all parts ' >nc;uding many from the North 0 f lS;? ? ged fa y* « Technical Education Board Sir Uay i he Sonth -*est Polytechnic h, th „ nry E '.x Eoscoe was one the chairfiy 1 sittings. S
10 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DAMAGES FOR THE LOSS OF A HUSBAND.

DAMAGES FOR THE LOSS OF A HUSBAND.

DAMAGES FOR THE LOSS OF HUSBAND. To-day claim was brought the Oldham County Court for £216. 9s. Hannah Whittaker, 39, Franklinstreet, for the loss of her husband. Mr. Wilkinson, barrister, represented the plaintiff, and Mr. Jones, barrister, appeared for the defendant, John Wagg,
10 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CROSS-COUNTRY NOTES.

CROSS-COUNTRY NOTES.

The championships are now rapidly approaching, and with the additional interest and enthusiasm grafted into . the pastime this season the events are full of promise. On all hands we hear of clubs leaving stone unturned i to be adequately represented, and few advisory remarks wil
10 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FINNIC * ma rkET-sTREE t - 123, DEANSGATE, AND 115, MABK.EJ. TRUNKS AND BAGS FOR SCHOOL USE. TRUNK* NEW FANS.

FINNIC * ma rkET-sTREE t - 123, DEANSGATE, AND 115, MABK.EJ. TRUNKS AND BAGS FOR SCHOOL USE. TRUNK* NEW FANS.

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25 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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25 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A WORTHLESS SALFORD HUSBAND.

A WORTHLESS SALFORD HUSBAND.

Chas. Jones, one of the Salford relieving officers, prosecuted concreter named Thomas Ryan at the Salford Police Court to-day, for neglecting his wife and three children, whereby they became chargeable to the Salford Union. The evidence given was the effect that Ryan would not w
14 January 1901 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England