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YORKSHIRE MINERS' ASSOCIATION.

YORKSHIRE MINERS' ASSOCIATION.

MR. B. PICKARD, M.P., COAL PRICES. A meeting of the executive of the Yorkshire Miners' Association was held yesterday, at the offices, Barnsley, when Mr. B. Pickard, M.P., and Mr. W. Parrott, district officials, were present, Mr. E. Cowey, president, occupying the chair. Mr. B.
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. circumstances do we undertake we find unsuitable for publication. Letters will not be inserted unless the

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. circumstances do we undertake we find unsuitable for publication. Letters will not be inserted unless the

names and addresses of the authors are sent the Editor. All letters intended for publication in the " Sheffield Daily Telegraph" must be addressed to the " Editor," snd written on one side cf the paper only. are, on account of the demands upon our space, compelled to urge corres
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BRITISH TRADE RETURNS.

BRITISH TRADE RETURNS.

DECEMBER AND THE YEAR, The official trade returns for the month of December, issued the Board Trade yesterday, show that the imports into the Unitod Kingdom amounted in value to £46,446,662, increase of £5,707,766, compared with the oca.responding month, and the exports of Briti
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TURF PREDICTIONS.

TURF PREDICTIONS.

«*« special --■ .:~^ P address, Mr. T. Kings*** ' .
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
fee. friable Blade Buffer (good) Wanted.—Apply Table Knife A Manager, Christopher Johnson and Co., Portobello st, Sheffield. To Sawyers.—Wan' <d.

fee. friable Blade Buffer (good) Wanted.—Apply Table Knife A Manager, Christopher Johnson and Co., Portobello st, Sheffield. To Sawyers.—Wan' <d.

Man for Circular Saw; one who can shorten preferred; references required.— State wages and full particulars Chaa Green and Co., Wellgate, Rotherham. •TIT 0 Twiner Wan ted .—Apply Wilson, Portland Works, West st, Sheffield. WMTED~API^ Apprentice (Outdoor) Wanted.—G. T. W. Newshol
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
GREATER SHEFFIELD.

GREATER SHEFFIELD.

THE NEW WARDS AND THEIR MEMBERS. DETAILS OF THE COMMISSIONER'S SCHEME. Yesterday, the Sheffield Town Hall, Mr. Hans Hamilton, the commissioner appointed by the Home Office, resumed the inquiry under the Sheffield Lork poration Act, 1900, for the purpose of determining the bounda
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HON. A. LYITELTON ON THE WAR.

THE HON. A. LYITELTON ON THE WAR.

The Hon. Alfred Lyttelton, M.P., addressing his constituents at Warwick last night, thanked Mr. Chamberlain for speaking on his behalf while he was in South Africa at the time of the General Election. That showed that, spite of the torrent of malignant abuse showered upon him, t
January 8, 1901 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE NEWFOUNDLAND QUESTION.

THE NEWFOUNDLAND QUESTION.

The Marqnis of Lansdowne having been urged that serious efforts should made towards obtaining definitive se tbe long standing difficulties c with treaties with France concerning Newfoundland and waters adjacent and that reports of Sir John ics'ou and Ada.iral should be the Forei
January 8, 1901 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Drink OXO " Smoking Hot." THE NEW FLUID BEEF.

Drink OXO " Smoking Hot." THE NEW FLUID BEEF.

January 8, 1901 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE MALARIAL MOSQUITO.

THE MALARIAL MOSQUITO.

On# the medical problems new »ntnry -will how to circumvent or destroy sinister activities of the malarial mosqnito, rhe extraordinary energy displayed during past yeas two is the malaria, to hi 3 lair has already yielded satisfactory results. There need now tc refer the part pl
January 8, 1901 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England