Page 2, 6th March 1936

6th March 1936
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Salford To Take Action

Mass Brigade And Rally To Oppose Education Bill The Bishop's Plan Following upon the Lenten pastoral letter of the Bishop of Salford, Mgr. T. Henshaw, in which he defines most......

Obituary .

Miss C. L. Casartelli The death took place last week at her residence, 70, Alexandra Road South, Alexandra Park, Manchester, of Miss Cecilia Lucy Casartelli, a well-known......

Manchester To Open New Housing Estate

A new housing estate at Middleton, with potential development for 6,000 houses, is to be opened up by the Manchester City Council. The estate is owned by the Waterworks......

The Northern Command Tattoo In July

SPACE FOR 100,000 SPECTATORS The Northern Command Tattoo is to be held in July after all. Some months ago when the time was drawing near to start preparations and training of......

Theatre Royal Closes

Future Uncertain The Theatre Royal, Manchester, one of the city's premier cinemas, did not open on Monday and as yet no announcement has been made as to when it is likely to......

Manchester Post Office Campaign All Letters To Bear...

The post office in Manchester is beginning an intensive campaign to encourage the use of district numbers in all addresses in the area. Throughout March officials intend to......

Opposition To Liquor Law Bill Hotel Workers Not Considered

At a meeting at Manchester on Sunday Manchester and Salford hotel workers decided to write to Mr. A. P. Herbert, M.P., protesting against his new bill to amend the liquor laws.......

Magistrate Praises Approved Schools

The Salford stipendiary magistrate (Mr. Percy Macbeth) praised the work of approved schools when at Salford Juvenile Court last week he refused a plea from a mother that her son......