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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASlTUltR SnsoLrr'.rn, residing at Fraser Road, Cruransll. trading at Banging Bridge Chambers, both Manchester. HEsRser- SePsRuniS, Piccadiltyand Sewerby Street, Moss Side, both Manchester. SA-.t4URL Cr-nxess, Green Lone, Walsall, china manufacturer. WILL1.ter GRuADwPr., Clon Avon, Barrow, rriiway and general contractor and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is Open to Accept Ceoamic- vices or Agencics.' Security, if requiredL-Addres~s, J. B. S., I, Dudley Grove, Dudley Street. Moss Side, -31alaiiester. ofll~1 V thy wholesale Bristol house holding valuable agoncies.-APIply, 'Pox 256, Post~itice, Bristol. coil -SITUAYIONS VACAN1T [Capies Only Subscribers-only content

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    Open to Accept Conieis- s-cs or Ageo ies. Securcty. it requires5.-Addrrss, J. B. S. 1, li:.;i- cirove. Dudley Strcet. Moss Side, Manchester. c9692 reRyAVECLLERS Wantedi: wholesale Tea Trade: holding o Ier I coniruiss5ons.-X. Y. Z., Broothurst, Chinch Stretton. Shrop- .-e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hedge Lane, both in Nottingham, journeyman joiner, lately trading as a joiner and builder. JAMES AvuSTIN AIRE, Yarborough Street, Moss Side, Manchester, shopkeeper. ) JOSEP SIBSOr i HOLMcS, Stockton Street, West Hartiepool, painter. FIRST MEETINGS AND DATES OF PUBLIC EXA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    large sod wealthy cootne':ion, is open M o Treat ferns hcgnageiient, or P'ccrtnersbip.-Aplcly, by le'tter, to 37,1 Wes~tenod Street, Moss Side, Manchester. 02 4 I EWE tE,S Ilietail).-Partrnst Required, with £3,000 cashi as old-astab~liohrd Boniness In Midiland county town ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Curson Street, both Leicester, late grocer and beenseller, now ontof business. HsABsr1v lloep.r CaBnLvs BucuAsseo JAcxsoo, Princes load, Moss Side, trading at Chepstow Street, both Manchester, beerbouse-keeper. Wr=nc TrISTRAss, lately Bagleylead parish, Dilwyn, now Staunton-on-Arrow, both He.efordshire, shoemaker and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following extraordinary circmtances:-In Nove r of last year a young man named George Henry France, drysalter, of Stockton Street, Moss Side married the prisoner before the registrar at the Chorlton. Union offices. Heo had knowrn her about twelve' mcnths,' she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court yesterday, a midtle- aged man, named Frederick Dalton, was charged under the Vagrant Act with soliciting alms in Moss Side on Saturday. Prisoner had various documents, in his pos- session showing that he was entitled to over £800. as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for kicking a horse. RUGBY. . A CoNuERciAL TRAVnLIEZi iN TRouneL-At the IPetty Sessions, yesterday, Arthur Wesley, commercial traveller, Moss Side, Manchester, was charged with travelling on the London and North-Western Railway without a ticket.-tefendant was at Euston on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B -rewery ffisnimted).- WaItIndE -Offer for ten Ordinary and Sten Preference BLi- Shares fully paid.-Wtr. Molineaux, 1114. yarlsurgh Street, Moss Side. Manchester. Oi2l ti A]LNVRS,-Seven-guiuea Set for l7e. 6d.comprising 12 T 'lageknies,12 snmall meat carvers. game carvers, and steal. Crayordivor-pined Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I CnARLs Tanoao and WnasaM TAmLoe, Biekley .Street, Moss Side, near Manchester, late Longrove, s Ashton-on-Mersev; now residing at Caton Street, Hulme, Manchester, trading as Taylor and Sons, Lloyd Street, Moss Side aforesaid, builders and contractors. F.EDsarcK RowEarAMu, formerly trading Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchester County Police Court, yesterday afternoon, El-yn Davies (17), but of diminutive size, was charged with ) begging at Moss Side, under the following circum- stances. A shopkeeper, who had been asked by the prisoner for assistance, took the boy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S2ITIUATION Wanted, by'tborougily-doesesticated young Person, as WorkingBarmaid or Housekeeper; age 26. Good references. Address, J. M., 61, Bradshaw Street, Moss Side, Manchester. c4761 Tll7'ARTED. Situation. as good Cook; also Situation as under. W e housexmaid, -ge 16.-Address, E. P., 10, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANflD" CLASS of ADYERTISZMENTSi ta se't~iroertions of the clauises of small Advertisemoent- psnattitwk~irid is-low the f-i wists urt- the ;,re;uid chairges, sehicl- iaust he laitin iu ostal uutcs. in all camsLeslo Address is counted as~ es41ta - 11. Wort:s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in. the part of Trikai. got The new school buildings which have been erted i had connection with the Moss Side Unitaian Free Church, W sy in Srewsbiiry Street, Brools's Bar, facester, were Bir- opened6on Saturday. The cost of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House; plenty _d 1o. fori Lbi adingatoer; nituate S. 1Erwrickyane, MosdelyRoad, Bit- coni-ham-Apply, l. J. Jones, 18, Bishop Street, Moss Side, Man. Cbeeer. c641 ' glJAVVAO~hBY.-Stonlsy Wotks, S0, A~dtion t~ii RooBet H~sosieat rsang of soppig, saa y -m Cotet' holler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House; plenty of room for .Libuilding assother; situate 9, Yyrwick's Lane, Moseloy RoadBir- mingham.-Apply, &.J. Jones, Ai Bishops Street, Moss Side, Man- cheater. o6il 'WANUFA(YORY (staple BirmIngham. trade) for Disposal. on XS.account'of ili-health of proprietor:. pofits about £110. ; books Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'WANTE~D" CLASS ot ADYEB2fSEM-NTS. for cote-ItaUive ftmertdom of the ol25S of 0mall Advc'liscenst ptitlfsidbelow tbefollowing are the yrriaid ctbgs. wbat?' mutb adin postal notac i alicaes the Address i counted as extra;- l6 Words, once .. d. ( '17wt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    abundant in the Severn estuary during the last month. Arrangements have been wade in connection with the Baptist Church, Moss Side, Manchester, whereby, durinx the Sunday evening service, mothers who would other'ise be unable to attend the service can leave Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seven o'clock. IRON CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALIA &d. Estimates and Designs free on appicanfion to James Lee. 6,1Rock. jogham Sutret. Moss Side. Manchester. 1176 fiENTENARY OF THE BAPTIS3T MISSIONARY SOCIETY. ON MONDAY EVENING NEXT. SEPTEMBER M6 A SPECIAL CENTENARY SERVICE OF Subscribers-only content

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