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MORE NAMES OF MEN HELD

MORE NAMES OF MEN HELD

Accused of Wife Murder ■PATRICK AUGUSTINE McDonald, (37), of Stan- ley Road, Old Trafford, was remanded in custody for 14 days at Manchester City Police Court to-day on charge of attempting to murder his wife, Doris, in a house at Osborne Road, Harpurhey. on December 31. and mal
03 January 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MILAN RESISTANCE

MILAN RESISTANCE

German commander of the | Milan region has asked for rein|torcements to cope with the spreading patriot resistance, ireports Algiers (United Nations) iradio. —Reuter. Rescue is Prevented by Approaching Train MISS MINNIE- GREGORY, (30), an aircraft hand of Bedders Lane, Marten. B
03 January 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WORKS CONTROL Findin

WORKS CONTROL Findin

g the Reason for Six Strikes By a Staff Reporter of alleged inefficiency in the management of an Oldham factory making aircraft parts w as given before a committee of investigation in the Tow n Hall at Oldham to-day. The chairman of the committee is Mr. R. A. Sellers, K.C., w ith
03 January 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ENGAGEMENTS

ENGAGEMENTS

ASPINAIX—FARRELL.—Mr. and Mrs. R. ASPJNALti, 13. Broa'dley Avenue, Benchlll, have pleasure in announcing the Krufa«emcnt their only daughter. IVY ASPINALL. to Mr. WILLIAM! FARRELL, -7, Cresswell Grove. West Dldsbury, M. C. on New Year’s E>ay, CJJTT —LINES.—Mr. and Mrs. W. CUTT.
03 January 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CONTINUED IN COLUMN FIVE

CONTINUED IN COLUMN FIVE

City plans to sweep away £1,000,000 area EN tiling News Reporter Seven hundred employes of Holdsworth and Gibbs, Ltd., Swinton, attended a presentation to-day to Mr. Norman S. Wood, when he retired after 30 years as managing director. He is continuing as chairman of the company.
28 June 1948 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LAUNDRIES & CLEANERS wET WASHER CLEANERS: good wages.—Apply White Way, Cawdorstreet, Patricroft. SPOTTER FOR DRY CLEANERS. £3 to ► £5

LAUNDRIES & CLEANERS wET WASHER CLEANERS: good wages.—Apply White Way, Cawdorstreet, Patricroft. SPOTTER FOR DRY CLEANERS. £3 to ► £5

10 to good worker: excellent conditions.—Address R 462. Evening News. HAIRDRESSING. &c. Wahl Clipper: good condition: £4.—P 315. Young Girl for Lhdif.s' Sa:.— REA 3994. MPROVER REQUIRED for Pallov. - field Saloon: must be good setter.--P 843.
28 June 1948 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS SALES

MISCELLANEOUS SALES

PERSONS REPLYING to Box Numbers are advised not to enclose cash.
28 June 1948 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE EVENING NEWS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1870. Charles J. has been appointed lecturer on medical jurisprudence at the Owens College

THE EVENING NEWS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1870. Charles J. has been appointed lecturer on medical jurisprudence at the Owens College

School of Medicine. The wife-of Major Butler, better known as Miss Elizabeth Thompson, the painter, witnessed tho departure of the J Lancers yesterday, and took a of the fcene. The ltalle of last right states that Queen Victoria b&s decided to pay a visit to Italy. It adds that
25 February 1879 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
This morning saw the end of Charles Peace, and the sensational narratives which havo appeared in the newspapers respecting the

This morning saw the end of Charles Peace, and the sensational narratives which havo appeared in the newspapers respecting the

doings of this murderer and thief will shortly cease to appear. It is matter for regret, that every now and then, malefactors should come to the front whose foid deeds are found to possess considerable interest for the public. The Directors of the City of Glasgow Bank have been
25 February 1879 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"PROPRIETARY FOODS. JL PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, TINNED MEATS, and aU GROCERY and ITALIAN GOODS imri.e.ise variety, cheap as any hou3e

"PROPRIETARY FOODS. JL PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, TINNED MEATS, and aU GROCERY and ITALIAN GOODS imri.e.ise variety, cheap as any hou3e

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25 February 1879 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England