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55,800! 219,700 387,900 281,490 944,' 00 18,600 209. • no 77.300 195.600 735,200 340.300 1,204.200 46.300 333.300 185,100 161.600 680,000

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January 8, 1901 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
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January 8, 1901 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL CASUALTIES.

LOCAL CASUALTIES.

DEATH FROM DISEASE. TS- War Office issued the fol V-wit-g • Ist York sad Lancaster Regiment—-5159 IN. J. thnl from enteric at Newcastle, date not stated. DANGEROUSLY ILL The following wn* ill Moot Rirer. January sth: 2nd Yoricbiro Rcgimmt.—3Uo Pt. W. Got*, Ist L 1.—3249 Pt, D. H
January 8, 1901 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PROPOSED POOLING 01 FUNDS.

PROPOSED POOLING 01 FUNDS.

The -Standard juts— not know whether the manager* eminently aeeful aaeodationa which are thus to formed out of existence have been consulted, whether they will concur in the doom of extinction. But the public, which haa provided all them benevolent agencies with the mean* of car
January 8, 1901 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRANKFORT.

FRANKFORT.

Jan 7. Jan. 5. | Jan. 7. Jan. 5. Ui 'Homaa Raak.. 10160 10S.M . . 45 41 S, I nil. I*'.l IOiIOIUIO 4p.e Hoot * »t*a** « ® : Pat tJ»a 10* 104 *0 4p la Tan *5 Si 4. ,spt l» Usa. Ip 1811 *9lO 94 ' O* ffhtra*. »I<xi<aalt.irti. . ■A) *»a Ao-tfi Pae. M*L I 0« 0 * ... 41 4l7siKa »t 45 *
January 8, 1901 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
rROVISTON??.

rROVISTON??.

T.TVKRPOOT. -Karon danse l»»t w»*k fmrn Awrtra b»»« r*M»k«d trailinc a>« it .tin, *M a t*»i t» • »e«A» 0»kl*« T* a *hprn adTiuvr*, bowerr:. »up?r>rt flrfrpf tf-p- aroniie't hi->tO»r«. a-1 tal’iPt ut«r'jtn-l mia ar» (ol** oxl. nhort r.k a**J it 'rt rtcar b»in» I*pf r9t tb«<i*h p'
January 8, 1901 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IrONDON TURF MARKET.

IrONDON TURF MARKET.

In repeewentai vr pathmr.g town yewtwday few wagers were made on the Derby. To Volodyovrki, the favourite, who will now run in the name ** Mr. Warren.” 460 100 was booked, the rata still offered: while after 500 to 25 bad gore down to Revenue, 500 to 30 wav taken and offered abo
January 8, 1901 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM STEEPLECHASES. ABANDONMENT OF TOE MEETING.

BIRMINGHAM STEEPLECHASES. ABANDONMENT OF TOE MEETING.

For many year* January has been the month when winter has set in with buhnese intent, and illostra tion of this came at the week-end. when sharp spell amred. There was nothing, to stop sport until yesterday, when, after waiting until noon, the frosty state the ground at Bridge,
January 8, 1901 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ASSOCIATION.

ASSOCIATION.

BEESTON HILL BAPTISTS r. BFESTON CHURCH. c#ton "Fh* Church started uphill, and play for a lime was keen and even. Passing the Baptist forward* forced a corner, and though this was futile, a score was not long dciavod. the tall went through bw own goal off Simpson, scoring th« fi
January 8, 1901 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England