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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London) comprises en extensive system met of main drains which will carry the- sewage the of the- citire city to Davyhulme, where it will be beir dealt with-by precipitation works on the principle of those hich now insuccessful operaiion at Subscribers-only content

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    sewers, which would finally converge into one large outfall culvert conveying the sewage to the site of the works at Davyhulme, about four miles from the city. There the sewage is to be disposed of by means, chiefly, of chemical-precipitation, Subscribers-only content

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    and clothier. roGn PGOH, Snowden Street, Portrmadoc, miller. Jo.sn CnUa1rN, King. Street, Stretford, ILancashire, salesmnan" STUART MBom COsNioLLT, The Hollies, Davyhulme; near Maichester, lately Pall Mall, Manchester, com- mission agent. WILLIAm Auos BArEs, St. Mary Bourne, near Andover, clerk in Subscribers-only content

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    s DaYy states that the s-her Iav-well over- flowed its bankcs on November ford, and finding a lower course near Davyhulme, six mles from Manchester, had entered the cana cutting between tne new locks at Is-ln and Easton, wvinch the Subscribers-only content

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    of the late Mr. Tsoos. GOLDs- in WORPTHiY, to HANNAu. youngest daughter of the late ir. WtILLIAM Roomtts, both of Davyhulme. pu Ott the 26th ult., at St. George's church, Hanover-squaroe, London, Btu by the Venerable Archdeacon Coxe, prebend of Subscribers-only content

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    of the late AIfr. Tnos. GOLns- WOsRiso-, to HANNAHO, youngeet daughter of thle late Mr. WILLIAMg D itesiots, halls of Davyhulme. Onl the 27th nlt., at the pariah rhsircb, Halifax, by the Venerable Archdeacon Muigrers, Mr. JAMScr SAnecow TacoUNceo0, scoluntlant, Subscribers-only content

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    , of Little res Lever, near Bolton. Ta Saome day, aged 39, Mr. ALFRED GRaENWoOD, of Salford, late of inj Davyhulme. oni the 29th ulb., aged 02, Mr. JOON FAIRCLoUOG, of Ravald. at street; Salford. on Same day, at Harrogate, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. John's church, Man- clhester, by the Rev. W. fHuntington, Frederick, third aon of the late Thomas Goldsworthy, Esq., of 'Davyhulme, to Esther, eldest daughter of James; Buckley, Eoq., of Flixton, late of Blanchester. HErsON-CisPcPiE.-Feb. 22nd. at St. John's church, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Glover, all of Cheater. BOOT{o-TAynoe,-Aug. Iltb. at Lecles church, In the Rev. B. Dale, JosephJohn, son of lr. John Booth, Davyhulme, to Elieshech, only daughter of Mr. Richard Taylor, of Woslden Han3, Cadhihoad, near Warrmgstos. ComkiaNoTor -CoDUTNOToN.-Aug. 11th. at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in or towards the erec. tion of the C(hurch of St. Miry the Virein, lit the parish or district of Davyhulme, Lancaster; £1,000 towards the endowment fund of the said church; and numerous pecuniary and specific legacies to relatives ard Subscribers-only content

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    over the kerbstones on to the footpath. Person3 having to cross the Worslsy Pairk and the meadows from Barton to Davyhulme experienced much difficulty in doing so, even with lighted torches. The railway traffic generally in the county was conducted Subscribers-only content

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    with the greatest difficulty that shunting operations are con- ducted, the signals being of little service. Travellers from Barton to Davyhulme, and from Eccles to Worssly, through Broad Oak Park, carry lighted torches, as there are no lamps. At Heywood Subscribers-only content

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    the lines of the scheme of the Leeds Corporation. A plot of 95 acres cof land had been secured at Davyhulme, and the Corpora- tion had secured a wharf on the banks of the Ship Canal into which the effluent Subscribers-only content

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    under consideration the report.of their Rivers C:ommittee With reference to the disposal of the effluent fromi the eewage works at Davyhulme, ard to the disposal of the sludge fromr. the works. 'lle princiFal point in the report was a recommendation Subscribers-only content

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    BJeLLsvcr GAenzirs.-On Saturday last, Mr. Dean, the aeronaut, made another ascent from these gardens. There was an immense assemblage of spectators, probably exceeding ten thousand persons. Mr. Dean effected a safe descent in Davyhulme, distant about five miles from Manchester. Subscribers-only content

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    sewage. matter of the Ship Car.ll anld the river Morsey in the neighbourhood of tl.e Cor poration sewage works at Davyhulme. Mr. Yates zaid most anxious and careful consideraticun had been given to tbc case by hirnself and] celleagueg The Subscribers-only content

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    methods of sewage disposal which are in 7 use. ,'he Commissioners, who were conducted d over the sewage works at Davyhulme; were especi- ally.interested in the experiments which have leea in. progress for the purification of sewage by the . Subscribers-only content

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    going through this town, of a i gentleman, who said he was connected with the Manchester E press, going to Davyhulme, and asking the farmers to show him their potato fields. One of them, a bit of a wag, took Subscribers-only content

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    604.; Samlesbury, 50?. ; St. Paul a, Haslwell, 501. ; Staleybridpe man era Pid Ioverlookers, 3001. ; Clayton, 751. ; Davyhulme, 5Z. New. ..ton Heath, 261.; Ashton-under.Lyne, 1,000?. ; St. Nichael'e, IAngel Meadow, 3001.; Stileybridge, 1,0001.; Newuhurch, '. 3004,.; Birch, Subscribers-only content

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    501.; Stockport warehousenien, 501. ; Ainsworth, 501.; Loughborough, 201.; St. louisa lleywood sewing class, -101. ; Walkden Moor, 101. ; Davyhulme anti Hixton, 301.;- 0 Bolderstena and Osbaldeoton, 20?. In consequence of next o Friday being Good Friday, and on Subscribers-only content

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