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CRICKET.

CRICKET.

Miscellaneous Matches Played. Bowling Young Prospect v. Yeadon Napoleon, on the ground of the former. Scores :—Bowling 61 ; Yeadon 60. Sticker-lane United v. Pudbey Whits Cross, on Saturday, on the ground of the latter. Scores :—Sticker-lane, 48 ; Pudsey 89. New Wortley Excelsio
June 4, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

The South Lancashire coal trade is fully as brisk at present as it was in the early part of the year, and there is every prospect of Its continuing so, more especially as the lock-out at Leeds and Bradford must throw a good deal of work into the nearest places where it can be do
June 4, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD MARKET.—Friday.

WAKEFIELD MARKET.—Friday.

We have a good show of fine wheat to-day, which meets an improved demand from last Friday, at the currency of Tuesday. There is a good inquiry for beans, which make) full rates. Oats and other articles without alteration. LEEDS POTATO AND FRUIT MARKET. May 3L — Old potatoes a he
June 4, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

Death from Falling Down-stairs. Mr. Jewison, jun., held an inquest on Monday, at the Pack Horse Inn, Westgate, on the body of Elizabeth Walls, charwoman, aged 57, who died the same morning from (injuries received by falling down-stahs on the 22nd nit. Deceased, who was a widow,
April 16, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE REFORM QUESTION.

THE REFORM QUESTION.

LOCAL NEWS. * i«n)»c*«T»e*» •« — GREAT MEETING IN LEEL» o. On Wednesday evening there was a large gathering of tho friends of reform in the Victoria HaJl. * object being to express an opinion on the bin . forward by Mr. Baines for extending the franchise in boroughs. The Mayor o
April 16, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A PRIEST UNJUSTLY PUNISHED FOR MURDER.

A PRIEST UNJUSTLY PUNISHED FOR MURDER.

During one of my walking expeditions in the south of France I became acquainted with Monsieur Flammand, or Pare Flammand, as he was generally called. Being caught in a severe thunder-storm, I ran to the nearest habitation and asked for shelter until the storm should pass. The ho
April 16, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

NEWMARKET CRAVEN" MEETING. Monday. The Newmarket Craven meeting differed widely from those held previously, inasmuch as the weather was delightfully warm, broad sunshine lighting up the Heath, while the air was melodious with the chorus of larks, and the turf as soft and elastic
April 16, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
publications. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1812. mHE PRESTON CHRONICLE, A PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, 8 Pages (48 Columns) PRICK TWOPENCE. The " CHRONICLE"

publications. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1812. mHE PRESTON CHRONICLE, A PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, 8 Pages (48 Columns) PRICK TWOPENCE. The " CHRONICLE"

is read by all the leading families ln Preston, Blackburn, Chorley, Burnley, Clitheroe, Padiham, Accrington, Rossendale. Wigan. Ormskirk, Kirkham, Lytiiam, Fleetwood, Blackpool, Poulton, Garstang, Lancaster, Ulverston, and other tewna of Lancashire, more especially in the Northe
April 16, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A DEFENCE OF THE TURF.

A DEFENCE OF THE TURF.

It has been said that we English have much to be proud of in the possession of those po Yers of enduranca and activity which go to make up the sum of a good pedestrian, and that we might apply our capabilities in this way to very useful practical purposes. Our infantry has been
May 28, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LIFE. "Out lives are rivers, gliding free To that unfat'tiumed, boundless sea, The silent grave I m # This world is but the ragged road , Which leads us to the bright abode Of peace above; ■ So let us choose that narrow way. Which leads no traveller's foot astray From realms of
May 28, 1864 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England