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LEEDS AND NEIGHBOURHOOD Bailev—SnAO.tLETON.-fJ»y sth. at Week St. Mary's. O.ruwall by the Rev. O. IX. Aogeil William De Vero, Becond

LEEDS AND NEIGHBOURHOOD Bailev—SnAO.tLETON.-fJ»y sth. at Week St. Mary's. O.ruwall by the Rev. O. IX. Aogeil William De Vero, Becond

sou of John Stamp Bailey, Esq., Sa-idown-villa, Upcer Norwood, Surrey, to Sarah Alice, second daughter of the late John Shackleton, Esq., Gipton Lodga, Leeds. Bsavmo.nt -Clarkson. —May lltb. at the parish chnrch, by tbe Rev. Maurice Ponsonby, Frank Beaumont, butcher, son of the
May 16, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Six persons, out of a boating party of nine, were drowned at Margate, on Thursday, by the sinking of their

Six persons, out of a boating party of nine, were drowned at Margate, on Thursday, by the sinking of their

boat as they were returning home. The following is a list of the lost: —Mr. and Mrs. Jefferay, Miss Moore, Mr iUntan (visitors), and John fledges and Arthur Elliott, coastguardsmen. The three saved v, ere Messrs. Ackerv and Morley (visitors), and William Miller (coastguard). The
July 18, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AS IT OUGHT TO BE.

AS IT OUGHT TO BE.

HornCa^ lence of quality, witn the tea I obtained from their stock at docka.-—3,2*8 Aseata-Cheaiiste, goolecti«aeri, 4c,
May 30, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

Mayo Election : Declaration op the Poll.— The High Sheriff has just announced the state of the poll, and declared Messrs. Browne and Power duly elected. The following is the result of the poll :—George G. Browne, 1,330 ; O'Connor Power, 1,319 ; Thos. Tighe, 1, 272.— The greatest
May 30, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NOT LOST.

NOT LOST.

Let me recount to you a true love story ; a story of love undefiled—love as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. It was late in the afternoon of a dull autumnal day that a group of young people came chatting down the flight of stone steps leadin
May 30, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Vice-Chancellor Bacon on Saturday sanctioned the appropriation of the surplus of the Cotton Famine Relief Fund, amounting to upwards of

Vice-Chancellor Bacon on Saturday sanctioned the appropriation of the surplus of the Cotton Famine Relief Fund, amounting to upwards of

£133,000, to some object in the nature of a hospital or convalescent, institution for operatives engaged in the Lancashire cotton industry. A sad occurrence took place on Tuesday evening in the saloon of the Adelphi Theatre, London. A gentleman named George Atkinson, a native of
May 30, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
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£JOODALL'S BAKING POWDER, AWARDED DIPLOMA OF MERIT at the VIENNA EXHIBITION, 1873, for its superior quality. ALL'S BAKING POWDER, Incomparably the Best ever Introduced to the Public. QOODALL'S BAKING POWDER Makes Delicious Puddings, Pastry, &c, without the usual quantity of Eggs.
May 30, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Kxnahan's LL Whisky.—This celebrated and most delicious old mellow spirit is the very cream of Irish whiskies, in quality unrivalled,

Kxnahan's LL Whisky.—This celebrated and most delicious old mellow spirit is the very cream of Irish whiskies, in quality unrivalled,

perfectly pure, and more wholesome than the hnett cognac brandy. Note the words "Kinahan's LL" on Seal, Label, and Cork. Wholesale Depot, 30, Groat Tltctfield-street(rxfoid-swoet, London, W.—Auvt.;
May 30, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

W. Atkinson.—Newcastle-upon-Tyne. G. B. C. B.—ln York Minster. Big Peter is the largest bell jit weighs about eleven tons.
January 10, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BRADFORD.

BRADFORD.

fContinued from our 3rdpage.) We understand that Mr. W. Morgan ia about to ItTrec^Tfi?!n men H ,° f a Z?*« «tertainmenf at St. UMTge iHaIL He has entered into an arrangement, with tne directors by which he will conduct these entertainments for several yca.-s. The new arrangement
January 10, 1874 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England